Join Mayor Tomas Regalado and Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff for the launch of an exciting educational initiative to increase the use of Simpson Park as a resource for the community. South Florida’s oldest urban forest located in the heart of downtown Miami offers residents educational classes and hands-on workshops in biology, ecology, local history and art. Enjoy a beautiful evening in this natural hammock amid endangered trees, savoring food and wine donated by local restaurants and a silent auction. Listen carefully, you may hear a nearby owl.
Saturday, September 24, 11am-3pm – Johnson and Wales, 1701 NE 127th Street, North Miami Common Threads is partnering with Johnson and Wales University to host first ever Cooking for Life Family Takeover Day. Come join community partners and Common Threads partner schools for a FREE day of healthy fun!Â You can take part in cooking classes, […]
Saturday, June 21, 3pm-8pm – Trio Yoga, 2330 NE 2 Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District Join Planet KitchenÂ to celebrate the maiden voyage of their action packed highly educational organic tour that showcases local farms, markets, restaurants and wellness businesses making real food, drinks, and healing us naturally a growing trend here in South Florida.Â Come out […]
Sunday, April 26, 3pm-6pm – The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, 455 Grand Bay Dr, Key Biscayne The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne invites you to experience a fanciful oceanfront cirque show featuring acrobatic dancers, jugglers and a magician that will leave guests in suspense. Enjoy $12 cocktails and a mouthwatering gourmet burger menu, as our resident DJ spins […]