HIllary Van Dyke (L) and Joshua Bean at a Green Book of Tampa Bay art exhibition.
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HIllary Van Dyke (L) and Joshua Bean at a Green Book of Tampa Bay art exhibition.

Green Book of Tampa Bay 4th anniversary brunch

Get Tickets $50 & up
In an homage to Victor Hugo Green's famed travel guide, Green Book Tampa Bay founders Hillary Van Dyke and Josh Bean have spent the last four years doing everything they can to support and shine a light on local Black-owned businesses by listing them in a huge online directory and sending regular newsletters about the best Black-centric happenings in Tampa Bay.

To celebrate another year of the Green Book, Van Dyke and Bean have teamed up with St. Petersburg's [email protected] to throw a brunch party where guests are invited to dress up in their "A Midsummer Night's Dream" cosplay.

Brunch, two mimosas and sweets are included in the ticket prices.

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