Kicking off the Haitian Heritage Month, on Friday May 9, 2014 The Haitian Heritage Museum and The National Museum of Haiti (MUPANAH) with support of Pierre E. Domond presents Toussaint Louverture exhibition, A man, A Destiny, A Story. The exhibition show the path set for us by Toussaint this extraordinary visionary who escaped from the chains of slavery and has successfully put together the moral qualities we all know with intelligence and boundless courage, to be able to lead our steps as a first Black, Independent and free nation.
June 13 & 14, 10am-5pm – Fruit & Spice Park, 24801 SW 187th Avenue, Homestead In celebration of the South Florida’s summer fruit season, the Fruit & Spice Park will host its Annual Redland Summer Fruit Festival. The event will feature local agriculture and tropical fruit plants on display and for sale, along with food […]
Sunday, September 22, 12pm-4pm – JW Marriott Marquis Miami, 255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami Catwalk for Charity, the year’s most anticipated fashion fundraiser in South Florida returned for its sixth consecutive year! The event was hosted by Angels for Humanity, a Florida-based nonprofit organization, that benefits impoverished children in Haiti granting access to quality education, medical, dental and […]
Thursday, April 21, 7pm-9:30pm – Rostad Edwards Fine Art, 97 NW 25th St, MiamiÂ Wynwood Arts District Contemporary art gallery Rostad Edwards Fine Art in Wynwoodâ€™s burgeoning art district is showcasing exclusive paintings from “Faraway Nearby,” the inaugural Miami solo exhibition of renowned Norwegian artist Elisabeth Werp, starting April 22nd through May 22nd. The “Faraway Nearby” […]