Jungle Island debuts its thrilling “Hallow Fest,” a themed weekend-long adventure that is open to guests of all ages at the newly designed eco-adventure park. Filled with interactive games, haunted trails, pumpkin painting, face painting, costume contests, animal interactions and much more! It’s Miami’s best location to take a festive journey through a decorative jungle and celebrate the season with the children. Every weekend, beginning on October 13th through October 28th, Jungle Island will bring a new adventure of engaging events and activities, scenic photo opportunities at a real pumpkin patch, a winding hay barrel maze, scarecrows, and a trick-or-treating candy trail all throughout the park. With every child admission, children will receive a free small pumpkin to decorate at the park’s pumpkin painting station, with medium and large pumpkins available for additional purchase. Each costume contest will be held from October 26 – October 28, with a variety of exciting prizes including VIP Adventure Tours, Annual Passes, and General Admission Tickets. Children aren’t the only one’s getting all the fun, as parents and friends will also be able to enjoy all the festivities with special Halloween-themed carnival food, potion drinks, smoking cocktails, pumpkin spice lattes, and a festive beer garden for grown-ups. General admission: $52.95, $39.95 (3-10 years). Children two and under are free. In celebration of National Adventure Day, guests can also take advantage of their entry to the park with Jungle Island’s “Buy A Day, Play For A Year” special through October 21st, turning a one-day admission into an annual pass. With this ticket to adventure, Jungle Island is providing guests with ultimate year-round access to all of its brand new amenities as they roll out.
Tuesday, November 17, 6:30pm-9:30pm – Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, 10975 SW 17th Street, Miami Voto Latino, the leading non-profit organization empowering Latino millennials and engaging them in the civic process, will join Defend Our Future, Environmental Defense Fundâ€™s campaign to empower millennials in the fight against climate change, for a conversation about […]
Sarurday, September 14, 11am-3pm – The Morgans Restaurant, 28 NE 29th Street, Miami Midtown The second SoFlo Brunch Series is September 14th, at The Morgans Restaurant in Midtown. The #SoFloBrunch Series aims to empower and connect a dynamic group of professionals/entrepreneurs in various industries by sparking in-depth conversations. Special guest Michelle Madison of Miami Now […]
Thursday, July 11, 4:30pm -Â Greenberg Traurig, 333 SE 2nd Avenue, Suite 4400, Miami Spain United States Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend Florida’s Infrastructure and Transportation Conference. Special guests:Â Ananth Prasad, P.E., Secretary of Transportation, FDOT; Ysela Llort, Director of Miami-Dade Transit.Â Topics: Floridaâ€™s Current Infrastructure â€¢ Current Investment Trends in Infrastructure â€¢ Challenges and Innovations […]