Posts Tagged Under: Miami

Poetry in Paradise Renewed

O, Miami & Art Prevails Project Are Pleased to Present
Poetry in Paradise Renewed
Free and open to the public

Art Prevails Project is a performing and literary arts collective committed to impacting South Florida and beyond by providing engaging and authentic artistic and cultural experiences through

22 Apr





The Miami Design Preservation League proudly presents an “Only in Miami Exhibition” opening on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 6-10 pm during the Culture

17 Apr

Oceans to Everglades Environmental Initiative

Please join Virginia Key Beach Park Trust, Ocean Conservancy and the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee for the kickoff beach cleanup to launch

17 Apr

Invest Miami: Historic Virginia Key is Looking to the Future

Historic Virginia Key Beach Park

As its name implies, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is rich with history. Since it reopened in 2008, however,

17 Apr

Sunset Cocktails on the Rooftop

Enjoy a beautiful sunset rooftop Cocktail Party at the New World Center, in Miami Beach! Best part…your participation will help raise funds for

10 Apr

2019 Synergy Summit for Cultural & Heritage Tourism

The Cultural Heritage Alliance for Tourism, Inc. (CHAT) in partnership with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau (GFLCVB) and Broward Cultural

10 Apr

Explore the Wonder of Trains..Celebrating International Train Day

We’re Celebrating 




Join us for a FREE family-friendly event that includes children’s activities, refreshments, and all

10 Apr

Baynanza 2019

Baynanza’s 37th anniversary is a celebration of Biscayne Bay and its significance as one of our most important ecological systems in South Florida. While Baynanza

10 Apr

Earth Month Eco-Tours

Explore the environmental impact of Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (HVKBP).
Come learn about the ecological masterpiece that so many call home.

Tours held Tuesday,

10 Apr

Activism and 20th Century Black Miami: A Symposium

The Historic Virginia Key Beach Park (HVKBP) holds a significant place in the history of South Florida’s black communities. During the 1940s and

25 Mar