A visit to the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival on Saturday

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The Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival, with fresh produce and information on everything from growing plants to cooking methods, plus live music and other entertainment, is today until 5 p.m. at the Woodson African American Museum and surrounding streets of St. Petersburg. More information can be found at tbcgf.org.

People shop for collard greens of all styles, from pork to vegan, during the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival Saturday in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. Crowds of people turned out for the fifth annual Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival on Saturday for an all-day block party featuring live music performances, vendors, food trucks, educational and cooking demonstrations. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
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Fresh cabbage leaves were in a truck during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
Fresh cabbage leaves were in a truck during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
[ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
Miracle Rivera, 18, a student from Osceola High School serves her contest-winning Collard Green Devil Eggs during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, February 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg to Dr. Carter G. Woodson Afro- American Museum.
Miracle Rivera, 18, a student from Osceola High School serves her contest-winning Collard Green Devil Eggs during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, February 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg to Dr. Carter G. Woodson Afro- American Museum. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
People participate in a Pathfinder Community Climb during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.  The local non-profit organizes recreational tree climbs and hosts educational outdoor events.
People participate in a Pathfinder Community Climb during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. The local non-profit organizes recreational tree climbs and hosts educational outdoor events. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
The Collard Greens are seen during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, February 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.  Crowds of people turned out Saturday for the fifth annual Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival for an all-day block party featuring live music performances, vendors, food trucks, educational and cooking demonstrations.
The Collard Greens are seen during the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival 2022 on Saturday, February 19, 2022 in St. Petersburg at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum. Crowds of people turned out Saturday for the fifth annual Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival for an all-day block party featuring live music performances, vendors, food trucks, educational and cooking demonstrations. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
St. Petersburg's Allene Gammage-Ahmed smiles with St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch, who kicked off the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival Saturday in St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg’s Allene Gammage-Ahmed smiles with St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch, who kicked off the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival Saturday in St. Petersburg. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
On Saturday, St. Pete Police Officer Bryan Santiago joins the West African drum and dance bands show at the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival.
On Saturday, St. Pete Police Officer Bryan Santiago joins the West African drum and dance bands show at the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
Pinellas School Board member Caprice Edmond and her 8-year-old son Jair Edmond, both of St. Petersburg, climb a tree during the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival on Saturday.
Pinellas School Board member Caprice Edmond and her 8-year-old son Jair Edmond, both of St. Petersburg, climb a tree during the 2022 Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival on Saturday. [ ARIELLE BADER | Special to the Times ]
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