Be prepared for some awesome homemade floats in the Key Biscayne’s 55th annual Fourth of July Parade which takes place along Crandon Boulevard to West Enid. Anything goes in this contest of creativity with a $1000 purse to the winning team. The fireworks will follow later on at sunset on Village Green, rain or shine, starting at 9pm. You can watch the fireworks from the Village Green, or anywhere with a view of the Atlantic ocean. This year, there will be a $1000 prize for best homemade float, with $500 for second place. They recognize itâ€™s not easy to put something together, and maybe this can inspire a little friendly competition, and some awareness about the parade and the fact that itâ€™s you and your neighbors who make this great American celebration what it is.Â So if youâ€™re interested, or you know creative types, enter here.
Friday, August 28, 10am-6pm – Ward Rooming House Gallery, 249 NW 9th Street, Miami “No More Blues” aÂ photographic anthology dedicated to advocacy and change for Black Lives captured by photographer Cendino TemÃ©Â opens August 28, 2015 at the Historic Ward Rooming House in Miami Overtown.Â Thought provoking exhibition inspired by the 2014 #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations in South Florida, […]
Friday, December 4, 5pm-10pm – Barry University Campus Mall, 11300 NE Second Avenue, Miami Shores Join Barry University for a Barry Special ChristmasÂ where the palm tree-lined main campus will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland! There will be holiday lights and the Christmas Tree lighting, Santa’s Village, the Food Court, including seasonal fare, hot chocolate […]
Saturday, January 29, 10am-2pm – Village of Merrick Park (3rd floor), 358 San Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables The grand opening of the Merrick Park center will consist of a variety of activities for both children and parents, including class demonstrations and opportunities for children to explore the play equipment during Open Gym from 10:00AM-11:30AM. […]