Historic Virginia Key Beach Park
As its name implies, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is rich with history. Since it reopened in 2008, however,
Guy Forchion, Executive Director of Historic Virginia Key Beach Trust, talks about the history of Virginia Key Beach during the Activism & 20th Century Black Miami symposium at Florida International University.
Take a glimpse into his trip to Florida International University for the Activism & 20th
Recently, Udonis Haslem of the Miami Heat launched his new apparel line called “Homegrown Collection”. The Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (HVKBP) was used as the backdrop to showcase the variety of official gear to mix and match with. Check it Out Here!
Garth Reeves Sr.
The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust (VKBPT) would like to send a special congratulations to one of our founding members, Mr. Garth Reeves Sr. on clocking 100 Years. We thank you for your continued support and effort.
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Join us in celebrating Miami’s rich destinations and culturally diverse communities by participating in the GMCVB’s Arts & Heritage Months. Go back in
Please be kindly informed that Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (HVKBP) will be closed to the public on January 25 th ,
Go back in time and experience Miami’s most famous beach get-a-way attraction for people of color during the 1940’s & 50’s.
Miami Marine Stadium Talking Seats World Premier Preview Artwork ExhibitPre-Art Basel 2018 Visual Artist Summit
Don Worth and Nina Weber Worth, the co-founders of Restore Miami Marine Stadium, The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust and Angela Shlyakhov, President of Anzhelika Productions are excited to announce that they have
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Statement by The Virginia Key Beach Park Trust About
Ultra Music Festival
Public spaces have become an important topic of discussion for many
On October 13th, HVKBP and its partner Treemendous Miami celebrated the University of Miami Gandhi Day of Service.
National Gandhi Day of Service, the largest day of service on the University of Miami campus, brings together a diverse group of ‘Canes to volunteer in the South Florida