EspaÃ±ola Way is reviving up for its monthly event, Noche de Coche (Night of Cars). In Spanish, “coche” translates to cars, but it also means stroller. For EspaÃ±ola Way’s Noche de Coche, this pedestrian-only street is inviting families to visit with their children and for one night each month parade down the street with wagons, tricycles, scooters and strollers. Restaurants lining the street will be offering specials, there will be balloon artists, lawn games, astronaut ice cream, bitbits chocolate, activities and prizes! There will also be prizes for parents as well! EspaÃ±ola Way is a historic street between 14th and 16th street on Miami Beach, stretching from Washington Avenue to the western corners of Drexel Avenue. It is a quaint and picturesque Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean Revival style. The historic hotspot is experiencing a renaissance, living out the intentions of those who built it nearly a century ago.
Saturday, April 11, 8pm â€“ The Gleason Room – Backstage at the Fillmore, 1700 Washington Ave, Miami Beach Yo, donâ€™t miss the 10th year of the South Beach Comedy Festival! This weekend at the iconic Fillmore Miami Beach, local legend Michael Yo will be among the headliners at one of the most anticipated comedy events of the […]
July 12 & 13 – Mayfair Hotel & Spa, 3000 Florida Avenue, Coconut Grove The National Association of Hispanic Journalists and theÂ Society of Professional JournalistsÂ South Florida Chapters present theÂ 2013 NAHJ/SPJ Miami Regional Conference! An opening reception is the evening of Friday, July 12, followed by an intense one-day conference on Saturday, July 13. For as […]
Thursday, June 27, 6pm-9pm – Delano South Beach, 1685 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach The Associations of Fundraising Professionals invites you to come mix and mingle with some of Miami’s TOP fundraising professionals! Want to learn about fundraising? Interested in getting involved with non-profits? Come to The Delano Hotel for their June networking eventÂ and enjoy aÂ complimentary […]