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By JON WILSON, Consulting Editor, TB Reporter

The St. Petersburg Museum of History is presenting perspectives on the city.

ST. PETERSBURG – The St. Petersburg Museum of History continues its popular Happy Hour with the Historian on Monday (May 13) with a presentation from Emily Elwyn and Monica Kile about the preservation movement in St. Petersburg. The 6:30 p.m. program is titled Preserving the Burg and the suggested donation is $5. Elwyn is president of St. Petersburg Preservation Inc. and Kile is the organization’s executive director.

On May 17, the museum is introducing Painted Past, Art by the Glass, a painting party where anyone can create a masterpiece of a St. Petersburg landmark – the Vinoy Hotel. Cost for the Painted Past workshop is $30 per person and includes all paint supplies, hors d’ oeuvres and wine. To reserve a spot for the event, stop by the Museum of History, Pinot Palette, 1572 Central Ave., or go to

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