Miami River Commission created the Miami River Day Festival, a day of paddle-board and kayak races, boat tours, libations, and entertainment along this burgeoning downtown waterway. The Sixth Annual Miami River Rally will be the opening event for the 22nd Annual Miami Riverday Festival. From the waters of Biscayne Bay, past high rises to generations-old commercial fishing fleets cluttered with lobster traps, to old Miami dating back to the time of early Western settlers, continue on to early native lands once the home of Tequesta Indians, continue past limestone bluffs and solution caves. Food vendors range from Casablanca Seafood Bar & Grill to hot dog stands, while historic reenactments at some of Miami-Dade County’s oldest buildings and live music will keep you from even thinking about the beach. Admission is free.
Tuesday, November 29, 9â€“11pm – Dezer Schauhalle Miami, 2000 NE 146th Street, North Miami You are cordially invited to the preview opening of thesecond exhibition in the Dezer Schauhalle Miami. Long ago it was Venice and Florence, then Paris and later New York and today the city for emerging art is Berlin. Without a doubt, […]
Sunday, April 2, 10:30am-8:30pm – Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami The first annual Locales Festival by Chef James is a one-day celebration of the Latin American community and Miamiâ€™s diverse culture, debuting in South Florida at Bayside Marketplace on Sunday, April 2, 2017! Hosted by Chef James Tahhan and produced by Premier Tourist and Landmark Association, the […]
Sunday, April 10, 10am – Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach Enjoy a day’s worth of Japanese-themed activities during annual Japanese Spring Festival, celebrating Miami’s friendship with Japan. Some of the featured activities include: â€¢ Taiko drumming performances by Fushu Daiko, â€¢ Ikebana classes, the Japanese Art of Flower arrangement (for […]