Florida Turkish American Association (FTAA) is proud to present “Broward Goes Turkish” in celebration of Broward County’s 100th year. The festival’s highlights include performances by folk dance groups , live Turkish music, and belly dancing. Delicious Turkish foods such as doner kebab, boerek , baklava, and Turkish coffee , will be available for purchase. There will be traditional fortune tellers reading coffee grinds. Demonstrations of Turkish art will give guests the opportunity to purchase unique forms of Turkish arts and crafts. Free children’s activities will include face painting, balloon sculpting, and a bounce house making the festival a family affair.
Saturday, August 18, 7pm – Hollywood Mural Project at Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison Street between 21st Avenue and Young Circle, Hollywood Downtown Hollywood will unveil acclaimed local artist David â€œLeboâ€ Le Batardâ€™s new jazz-inspired mural to launch the districtâ€™s new curated outdoor mural program. Aptly dubbed the â€œDowntown Hollywood Mural Project,â€ the initiative is slated […]
Saturday, May 4, 7pm-11pm – Zoo Miami, 12400 SW 152nd Street, Miami Sample over 100 kinds of beer from around the world and enjoy live performances by Naughty by Nature, with hits like O.P.P and Hip Hop Hooray, as well as Uncle Luke. Brew at the Zoo is sponsored by Miami New Timesâ€™ and Zoo […]
Friday, September 27, 6pm-9pm – Hollywood Eyes, 2011 Harrison Street, Hollywood Dr. Barry Kay is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Hollywood Eyes by hosting an exclusive Dior trunk show and cocktail soiree benefitting The Friends of Broward Homeless.Â The Friends of Broward Homeless is focused on the singular goal of “breaking the cycle of homelessness” by […]