Friday, February 20th
10:00 pm – 5:00 am
1342 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
“IT’S ALL ABOUT LATIN ROCK RAP AND HIP-HOP MUSIC”
3CO @ 11pm
“On tour from Puerto Rico
Misa E’ Gallo @ 12am
Cubita Da Poet @ 1AM
Hip-Hop Flavor upstairs with DJ Fiyah Vibez til 5am.
Saturday, February 21st
Elizabeth Virrick Park
3255 Plaza Street,
MIAMI, Florida 33133
Join us for Arts for Learning’s Lewis Arts Studio Pop-Up Family Arts Days!
Free Dance classes for the whole family, featuring A4L Teaching Artist, dancer & choreographer Marisol Blanco!
Dance sessions will be held every Saturday from
January 31st – March 7th from 12:30 – 2:30 pm at
Elizabeth Virrick Park (3255 Plaza Street, Miami, FL 33133).
Sunday, February 22nd
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
831 Ninth Street,
Miami BEach, Florida 33139
Cost: $30 in advance.
A day of Lifting your mind, body, spirit and social well-being.
Being A Better Person – through what we eat, how we take care of ourselves, how we treat ourselves and how we treat others. Many of us find some, most or all of these topics difficult to follow in our daily lives. Add the pressures of family, peers, ageing, economy and surroundings, and it often becomes overwhelming.
Join Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, the first and only organization for the Latino|Hispanic|LGBTQ Community since 2002, for a Day Of Being Nicer.
Attendees may choose from a variety of 1 and 2 hour workshops and activities throughout the day, including:
Guest Speaker: John J. McNeill | Father John McNeill was expelled from the Jesuit order for being openly gay, was a prisoner of war during WWII, co-founder of SAGE and with partner for 49 years. Sharing excerpts of Taking a Chance on God (a documentary about his life).
Welcome breakfast and healthy lunch, courtesy of Whole Foods
– Yoga and Meditation in the Garden with Joseph Armstrong
– Health and Wellness Fair | Agencies, organizations and vendors will have tables in main room to promote their services.
– Nutrition and You, sponsored by Care Resource, with nutritionist Rogoberto Ng
– Choose Your Life Choices – Quantumly with and Gus Briand
– Tools For Being Happier and Less Toxic with life coach Thea Sommer
– Painting in the Garden with David Sexton
– Personal Growth Through Poetry with Caridad Moro
– Socializing and Dating 101 with David Kessler, LCSW
– Trans Understanding and Support with Aryah Lester and Arianna Lint
– Annie Appleseed Project | Healthy ways to reduce Cancer risk, reduce recurrences, toxicities of conventional therapies and to introduce alternative treatments
– Spirituality, Faith and being LGBT with Harold Sloan-Marrero (Miami Beach Community Church), Rabbi Tom Heyn (Temple Israel) Lazarus Miles (olorisha) ordained Lukumi priest, and other faith leaders discuss what different faiths say, and don’t say, about homosexuality.
– Reiki and Kigong with Tony Salvetti
– Urban Habitat | Learning and caring for native plants with Howard Tonkin
– Creating Cocktails from the Garden with Hiro
– Elevate Tea Dance with DJ Miik – 8o’s music – easy listening, socializing)
Monday, February 23rd
BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2015 – AFRICAN HERITAGE CULTURAL ARTS CENTER: THE BLACK LIFE EXPERIENCE
Art of Black
AFRICAN HERITAGE CULTURAL ARTS CENTER – AMADLOZI GALLERY
6161 NW 22ND AVE.
MIAMI, FL 33142
Call the phone number or visit the website for more information.
Over the past century, African American life, history and culture have become major forces in the United States and the world. African Americans have influenced music, art, literature and politics and continue to evolve. Miami-Dade County residents and visitors are invited to take part in the events planned throughout the destination.
Tuesday, February 24th
Florida Memorial University Lou Rawls Auditorium
15800 NW 42nd Avenue,,
Miami Gardens, Florida 33056
Miami-Dade senior high and middle school students demonstrate their
mastery of Black History facts in efforts to win monetary prizes and the coveted Carter G. Woodson Achievement Award. The structure of the Bowl is an academic quiz style tournament designed to increase and test student’s knowledge of Black History. Schools have the opportunity to form teams of 6 students who will compete in a round-robin tournament against neighboring schools.
Wednesday, February 25th
Your Big Picture Cafe
5935 South University Drive,
Davie, Florida 33328
If surrender, and being fully present in your body during sex and intimacy, and being able to ask for what you want and receive a man, and being able to tune into and know a woman’s body like a magician is of supreme value to you, this is a unique and intimate experience that will cultivate your skills and richen your real-world experiences.
Thursday, February 26th
Broward College South Campus – Performing Cultural Arts Theatre
7200 Pines Boulevard,
Pembroke Pines, Florida 33024
Cost: Free for students with valid ID; $10 for general public
“Afro-Diaries” identifies and embraces the stories of women, with excerpts from Caputo’s portfolio of solo and collaborative performances, which include “Spit Boxing,” “The Waiting Room,” “The Lynching Eye,” “Raw Footage,” “Souled-Out,” “Truths Carved from the Belly,” “Women of the Drum,” “The Proud Pilgrim”, and “Deconstruction & Deliverance.” The production is a powerful exploration of women, politics, issues of gender, race, equity and equality in society. Visit alexiscaputo.com.