Bring the whole family to The Barnacle for an Up Past Bedtime outdoor movie presentation of An American Tail–the story of a young Russian mouse searching for his family and trying to survive in a new country. The gate opens at 7 p.m., and the movie begins at 8. Last entry is at 8:15 p.m. Chairs, blankets, and coolers are welcome. Flashlights are recommended and modest pajamas encouraged. No pets, please. The Barnacle Historic State Park is administered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Events are sponsored by The Barnacle Society, Inc., a non-profit organization created for the preservation and financial support of this historic site. The price is $5 ages 6 and up, $3 ages 2 to 5, and free for those under 2.
Thursday, March 14, 8-11pm -Â The Bass Museum of Art, 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Miami Beachâ€™s key cultural landmark,Â the Bass Museum of Art, along with a select group of the cityâ€™s leading arts patrons, socialites andÂ taste-makersÂ hosted annual fundraiser, â€œA Night at the Museum.â€Â While enjoying cocktails & refreshments fromÂ Miami Club Rum,Â Pavan,Â Perrier Sparkling Mineral Water, SoykaÂ andÂ TiramesUÂ with beats […]
Wendesday, March 27, 8pmâ€“2am -Â Grand Centra,Â 697 N. Miami Avenue,Â Miami Tracy Mourning, Honey Shine Inc. founder will co-host â€œTo Her With Love”, along with the Bohemia Roomâ€™s event producer Ingrid B, and the women of Ethnicity Models to celebrate Women History Month. The event will also raise funds to support Honey Shine Inc.â€˜s programming that empowers […]
Saturday, April 9, 11am-6pm – Historic Overtown District, Main Street 1000 NW 3rd Avenue, between 9th and 11th Streets, NW 3rd Avenue, Miami The Overtown Rhythm & Arts Festival, organized, planned and implemented by volunteers from the non-profit group Magic-In-Action and local leaders of the Overtown Community, aims to celebrate the rich history of one […]