Want to get into the Halloween spirit? Take a spooky ride from the Coral Gables Museum to the oldest cemetery south of the Miami River, and the final resting place of many of Dade County’s pioneer settlers. Though Pinewood cemetery was once abandoned, overgrown, and desecrated by vandals and thieves, it is now protected and recognized as a historic site within the city of Coral Gables. Ride costs $5 for Museum members and $10 for non-members.
Saturday, March 25,Â 8pm-1am,Â BÃ¢oli Miami,Â 1906 Collins Ave, Miami Beach Paris By Night with the legendary Bob Sinclar is coming to BÃ¢oli Miami on Saturday March 25th! Expect a full blown fiasco when you arrive with special performers and costumes so feel free to express yourself with burlesque attire and be ready for one of the biggest […]
Tuesday, March 19, 5pm – Marlins Park, 501 Marlins Way, Miami Enjoy a happy hour and an exclusive tour of the premium hospitality spaces at Marlins Park. The tour will conclude at our skyline terrace, where you will be able to take a VIP hard hat tour of our brand new AutoNation Alley Deck. This will […]
Thursday, November 15, 6pm-11pm – The Rusty Pelican Restaurant in Miami, 3201 Rickenbacker Cswy, Key Biscayne The 14th Annual Rotary Key Biscayne Wine & Food Fest will be held at The Rusty Pelican. The evening’s proceeds will benefit the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne Foundation (RCKBF) and its affiliated charities for adults and children. n […]