Don’t miss the chance to see the latest achievements in robotics during the RoboDom show, which runs through Aug. 3. Photo: Robodom / VK.com
Tuesday, July 29
A video of a Queen concert from 1986 will be shown today at 8 p.m. in Yaschik, 50/13 Ligovsky Prospekt.
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Wednesday, Sept. 24
AmCham’s Human Resources Committee meets this morning to discuss Labor Market Trends in their office in the New St. Isaac Office Center on Ulitsa Yakubovicha. The meeting begins at 9 a.m.
Thursday, Sept. 25
Learn more about tax controls on prices at AmCham’s Taxation Committee Round Table Meeting this morning at 9 a.m. Vladimir I Golishevsky, Acting Head of the Transfer Pricing Department of the Federal Tax Service of Russia, will be in attendance to discuss amendments to the Russian Tax Code. Register in advance if you wish to attend by emailing email@example.com.
Today is the last day to check out “Inventing Everyday Life. Part III: Street” exhibition — one of Manifesta’s parallel programs on at 36 Morisa Toreza Prospekt until 8 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 26
Feel yourself Spanish for a little bit at Spain Day, a celebration of all things Iberian this evening at the Derzhavin Mansion in the city center. Speak Spanish during the open classes, practice your footwork on the dance floor to the sounds of flamenco music or chow down on paella while learning more about the country’s culture.
Saturday, Sept. 27
Local KHL team SKA St. Petersburg welcomes Vityaz from the Moscow region this afternoon at 5 p.m. in a Western Conference showdown. Tickets are still available to the match and can be purchased on the team’s website, at the arena or in their merchandise shop on Nevsky Prospekt.
Let Biblioteka restaurant on Nevsky Prospekt teach your children how to be proper gentlemen and ladies during “Etiquette for Children,” a class for children five to 11 years of age that promises to help them become the cream of society. The class starts at 5 p.m. and costs 600 rubles ($15.60). Call 322 2526 to reserve a spot for your child.
Sunday, Sept. 28
For something different, head to the African Pride Event being held by Nick’s Walkabout Tours, who have also helped bring African tribal leaders for the celebration. Check Vkontakte for more information.
Monday, Sept. 29
Experience Baltic culture through the medium of drama during the Baltic House Theater Festival, which starts on Sept. 25 and continues through Oct. 13. Not only are some of the region’s most famous dramatic works planned for production but the event acts as a creative laboratory for a future generation of dramatists. Check the event’s website for more details about the festival.
Tuesday, Sept. 30
Local neo-pagans invite all worshipers to the dedication of a new Heart Tree in Sosnovka Park, Gods’ Wood. 4 p.m.
The second MIFIC Expo begins today at Lenexpo, providing an interactive platform for industry experts and manufacturers. Accessories, surfaces and interior decoration materials are just some of the things that will be available for perusal at the expo, which runs through Oct. 2.