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Go back in time with us and explore the museum with the family while learning about prehistoric animals that used to call South Florida home. Be a history detective with our scavenger hunt. Enjoy craft activities and learn about mammoth’s during our story time. Made possible wit support from AT&T. Family Fun Day programming is subject to change without notice. Family Fun Days are possible with the support of the Miami Dade County Department of Cultural affairs, the Cultural Affairs Council,…Find out more »
Immerse yourself in the tastes and sounds of the Dominican Republic at Club Típico Dominicano, Miami's oldest Dominican nightclub and restaurant. During this unique experience, the club owners will guide participants in a food tasting highlighting some of their most popular dishes while sharing the history of this iconic space and its importance to the local community. Then it’s time to dance with an interactive performance of merengue music by Reylin Pascual. Registration required. Location: Club Típico Dominicano, 1344 NW…Find out more »
Members: $85, Non-Members: $95, Children 12 & Under: $50Meet at Island Queen Cruises at Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 Join HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian, Dr. Paul George, as he recounts the history of Biscayne Bay. Discover the storied past of Stiltsville, a series of colorful wooden houses built on the flats of the bay and located inside Biscayne National Park. Known in the 1940’s, 50’s and 60’s as a playground for wealthy and well-connected, Stiltsville was once…Find out more »
Join us for a special evening and meet Fountainhead’s September artists-in-residence – Seung Min Lee, Joiri Minaya and Allan Richardo. Focusing on Technology and New Media, the residency considers the implications of technology in a rapidly evolving world, and the open house is an opportunity to learn about these artists’ lives and inspirations – and experience their work up close. Fountainhead is the oldest live/work residency in Miami, welcoming 33 national and international artists to the city each year. Every…Find out more »
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