5 things you need to know happening in Florida

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5 things you need to know happening in Florida on Wednesday



at CASA's headquarters in St. Petersburg. Domestic violence survivor Melissa Dohme, who survived being stabbed 32 times by her ex boyfriend, will serve as a volunteer advisor for Sunstar. "CASA and Sunstar are working together to make the safety of every person in our community a priority, and I'm proud to be a part of that effort," said Dohme. "It's everyone's job to look out for our neighbors, friends and coworkers so that http://www.cheaphandbags.us.com/ we can put an end to this cycle of abuse." Over the past 36 years, CASA has provided refuge, crisis intervention, advocacy, professional training and community outreach to Tampa Bay area victims of domestic violence. (2) So You Think You Can Dance Live! The top ten finalists from Season 10's So You Think You Can Dance bring their nationwide tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Wednesday night. The tour will feature this season's most popular routines as well as original pieces created specifically for the tour. The show's producers say to expect a variety of sizzling, one of a kind dance routines from their favorite dancers. "This year's astonishing Top 10 will undoubtedly bring you to your feet," said Nigel Lythgoe, co creator and judge of the hit Fox show. Ticket prices start at $48. (3) Selena Gomez in concert Pop star Selena Gomez brings her Stars Dance World Tour to the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Wednesday night. The 21 year old first gained recognition acting on Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place. She released her first studio album Kiss Tell as Selena Gomez Wholesale Hats the Scene in September 2009. The album peaked at 9 on the Billboard 200 chart. Her latest album, Stars Dance, released on July 19, hit 1 on chihairstraightener.us.com the Billboard chart. Non ticketed parents and guardians can wait for their children at the Tampa Bay Times Forum free of charge during the show. Parents will wait in a designated area inside the building by using the premium entrance. The waiting area is not in view of the concert. You are asked to early as there may be heavy traffic near the arena. (4) Howl O Ween Pet Parade The historic Loews Don CeSar Hotel on St. Pete Beach is hosting its Howl O Ween Pet Parade and Doggie Costume Contest on Wednesday night. Costume pet prizes will be awarded for the Scariest Scoundrel, Best "Gatsby esque", Funniest and Top Dog. and costs $25 per person which includes an adult reception and treats for the dogs. Space is limited. If you want to attend, call (727) 363 5077 to reserve a spot for you and your canine companion. The event benefits Southeastern Guide Dogs Paws for Patriots program which helps place service and therapy dogs to veterans who need them. (5) Hypno Halloween Show Comedy hypnotist Gary Conrad will perform his Hypno Halloween Show at The Improv in Tampa on Wednesday night. During the PG rated show, Conrad will put volunteers into a hypnotic trance and then get them to participate in "twisted" scenarios. The various scenarios are based on famous Halloween stories, television shows and movies including A Tell tale Heart, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Invisible Man, The Adams Family, Dracula and A Nightmare on Elm Street. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.