From December 26th to January 1st, tribal members from across the Americas will make Miccosukee Indian Village their destination, celebrating the 39th Annual Miccosukee Indian Arts & Crafts Festival and astounding locals and international visitors alike with bold traditions, spectacular Native dance performances and storytelling, daring feats, the largest artists’ pavilion of authentic and one-of-a-kind Native American arts & crafts, and a kaleidoscope of Native culture. Festival goers can expect to be spirited away to a land of myth and legend by the traditional Cherokee storytelling of Diamond Go-Sti, sharing an oral tradition that’s been passed down from generation to generation, dazzling dance performances by world-renowned artist and two-time World Champion Fancy Dancer Larry Yazzie, and the spellbinding, fire-defying acts of the Mai Kai Dancers.
Saturday, August 10, 11am-2pm – Mercy Hospital Campus South Shore by the Bay, 3663 South Miami Ave, Miami Join Mercy Hospital to celebrate the end of summer with a free community event. Guests will enjoy a water and foam slides, a dunk tank, pony rides, train rides, face painting, arts & crafts, a bubbles show, […]
Saturday, April 4, 12pm-4pm – Everything But Water atÂ Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura Agua Bendita designers Catalina Alvarez and Mariana Hinestroza will be in-store showcasing the latest from their modern, unique line. Guests will receive a gift with purchase and the chance to enter the in-store giveaway.Â Everything But Water is the largest specialty swimwear […]
Saturday, October 26, 7pm-10pm -Â Alfred Dupont Building,Â 169 East Flagler Street,Â MiamiÂ Kicking off its 73rd continuous season of grand opera, Florida Grand Opera (FGO) hosted the “Smoke & Mirrors” gala and its first-ever after partyÂ “Crash the Bash“.Â Hosted by event chairs Gloria Portal and Isa Leibowitz, this lavish affair took over the historic Alfred I. DuPont Building […]