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Free new films explore South Florida ecosystems

Two films will be screened by The Ocean Conservancy and Sereia Films 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, at Barnacle Historic State Park, 3485 Main Highway, Miami, FL. Guests are invited to learn about how they can protect our oceans and beautiful South Florida ecosystems. The Ocean Conservancy’s “Everglades to Oceans” series brings viewers on …

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Viernes Culturales in Little Havana: Music, art and free walking tour

Viernes Culturales (Cultural Fridays) is a South Florida tradition. This free arts and music festival typically takes place on the third Friday of each month on Calle Ocho, in the heart of Little Havana.  Every month, enjoy music in Domino Plaza, as well as works by local artists and artisans. There’s even a free Little …

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Farmers markets, vendor fairs: Food, vintage wares and handmade goods

Shop for fresh produce, prepared foods, vintage treasures, art, decor and other items from South Florida vendors, farmers and artisans. Farmers markets and vendor fairs in Broward, Miami-Dade and greater Palm Beach often include opportunities for extra fun and entertainment like yoga, live music, hayrides, pony rides, face painting or petting zoos. Usually entry is …

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Coconut Grove Arts Festival set for Feb. 18-20, 2023

President’s Day weekend in Miami means a long weekend of course but also, the annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival. The annual festival along Coconut Grove’s waterfront is a Presidents Day weekend staple, set for Feb. 18-20, 2023. The outdoor festival, which began in 1963, In 2023, will feature the work of 285 fine art artists in …

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Touring vintage Miami’s historic buildings

Despite Miami-Dade County’s modernization, historic buildings can still be found throughout the region. Look closely and these buildings have stories to tell. Map out your route and take a drive to these points of interest. They provide a history lesson via architectural design and structure. By no means is this a comprehensive list, but we …

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Free United First Responders Musicfest set for Saturday

For one special day, heroes are joining together and using the universal language of music to unite the community at the United First Responders Musicfest.  This special free event is taking place Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, in beautiful Regatta Park, 3500 Pan American Drive in Coconut Grove – bringing together “musicians, who are presently active …

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Get ready! Check out free & cheap things to do on a Friday in Miami

Is it Friday yet? If you’re ready to enjoy that fabulous day that ushers in the weekend – but you don’t want to break the bank – we’ve got you covered! We’ve done the research and rounded up the ways you can enjoy a Friday in Miami for free or on the cheap. Make sure …

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Free Shakespeare in the Park

According to festival organizers, 2021 dates are still TBD. Florida Shakespeare Theater presents Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” at various locations around Miami. Jan. 3-5 at the North Beach Bandshell. Admission is free. Shows on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 6 p.m. Outside food and beverage and pets not permitted. Food for sale on site. …

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