The Buzz on Honeybees at Fairchild 9/12/15, 9/13/15

The Buzz on Honeybees at Fairchild
Saturday, 09/12/2015 – 09/13/2015 09:30 am – 04:30 pm
Bee-HiveFairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
10901 Old Cutler Road,
Coral Gables, Florida 33156
Webpage Link
Cost: $25 for adults, $18 for seniors 65+, $12 for ages 6-17; Free for Fairchild members and ages 5 and under

Did you know 1/3 of the world’s crops are pollinated by honeybees? Or that honeybees “dance” to communicate the location of nearby nectar? Sadly, the population of these amazing creatures is in rapid decline, but there are simply ways we can help. Fairchild is honoring these incredible insects with a weekend of beekeeping demos, honeybee products for sale, and lectures on what we can do to protect the bee population.

Miami Beach Convention Center and the Environmental Coalition of Miami Beach Cleanup 7/12/15

Miami Beach Convention Center and the Environmental Coalition of Miami Beach Cleanup
Sunday, 07/12/2015 – 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Beach-Sweep-flyerMiami Beach
Meet on sidewalk by the beach at 17th Street,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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Cost: Free

The beach clean-up is presented in partnership with the Miami Beach Convention Center and the Environmental Coalition of Miami. The beach-clean up will take place Sunday, July 11 from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Both locals and visitors are welcome to volunteer to help clean up a portion of South Beach (17th-20th Avenue).

Sponsorship opportunities are also available for companies to brand themselves during MTO.

For more information and travel package prices, please visit or call 954.609.0566

Media inquiries and interviews: Harris Public Relations-786.897.8854 or [email protected]

Environmental Film Festival at Colony1 Under the Sky of Wynwood 9/10/15 – 9/12/15

Environmental Film Festival at Colony1 Under the Sky of Wynwood
Friday, 07/10/2015 – 07/12/2015 08:00 pm – 11:00 pm
10669216_494909147324494_1300123289158054586_oColony1 Wynwood
550 NW 22ND Street, Miami, FL 33127,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: FREE


International Film Festival, SIMA, partners with local non-profit, Art of Cultural Evolution (Colony1), to host SIMA MIAMI, a 3 day festival featuring award-winning impact films from around the world, July 10-12, 2015

With stories from Ghana, Cambodia, Mexico, Iceland, England and the US – SIMA Miami gives conscious citizens and documentary enthusiasts a platform to share and inspire ideas, mobilize support for causes, and generate discussions about global issues in their own community through the power film.

SIMA exists to propel and elevate global social-impact storytelling that inspires crucial perspectives and demonstrates unique potential to enlighten, transform, and positively impact our contemporary world.

“Art of Cultural Evolution (Colony1) is excited to be able to offer this series of unique and powerful films to Miami. The films are guaranteed to inspire and on the very ground of Miami’s first sustainability center, we know this festival will be an inspirational a catalyst to keep the Miami movement going” Blair Butterfield Director of Art of Cultural Evolution

When – Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12 @ 8 PM to 11 PM

Where – Colony1, 550 NW 22ND Street, Miami, FL 33127

Join SIMA and Art of Cultural Evolution (Colony1) in Catalyzing Impact Cinema Worldwide

For More Event Information Contact

About SIMA –
SIMA (Social Impact Media Awards) champions social-documentary storytelling of excellence, and connects international audiences and organizations with the best global impact cinema through the annual awards and year-round film programs. SIMAAWARDS.ORG

About Art of Cultural Evolution – A non-profit organization whose mission is to share environmental and social ideas through art, film, publications, classes and workshops. The organization provides programs, exhibitions, events and projects to educate and engage the public in new ideas about cultural and environmental sustainability.ARTOFCULTURALEVOLUTION.ORG

An Ethical Love Affair Eco Fashion Wedding Event 6/5/15

An Ethical Love Affair Eco Fashion Wedding Event
Friday, 06/05/2015 – 05:00 pm – 09:00 pm
go-green-front-biz-cardHistoric Virginia Key Beach Park
4020 Virginia Beach Drive.,
miami, Florida 33149
Cost: FREE

Friday, June 5th, 2015

“An Ethical Love Affair”


Historic Virgina Key Beach alongside Go Green Fashionista presents “An Ethical Love Affair”, an elegant runway show featuring Miami’s Top Eco-Friendly Fashion Designers showcasing couture bridal gowns, high fashion reception dresses and flower girls.

A highlight of the eras from 1940’s – Present will be recreated through vintage wedding dresses presented by Go Green Fashionista: FabVintage Collection. A blast from the past fashion is in celebration of Historic Virginia Key Beach 70th Anniversary. This event will be filled with bridal gifts, ethical fashion, cocktails & beautiful floral décor accenting the bridal imagery. Guests will enjoy complimentary cocktails and appetizers.


About Go Green Fashionista:

“Go Green Fashionista” is a MOVEMENT honoring environmental awareness through community outreach, while introducing holistic sustainable living and eco-friendly fashion. “Go Green Fashionista” is also dedicated to giving back to our communities and around the world. There will be much insight on various eco-friendly foundations who cater to those who need shelter, clothes, food and water amongst the many bare necessities for the human race. The focus is to be informed and inspired by holistic and cost effective habits in relations to the earth.

About Historic Virginia Key Beach:

2015 marks the 70th year Anniversary of the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. In the 40’s, 50’s & 60’s Virginia Key Beach located on the island of Virginia Key, was designated as a unique vacation spot strictly for blacks. Located in Dade-County, this beach was the answer (for people of color) to South Florida’s whites-only beaches pre-1960’s Civil Rights. By 1979, Virginia Key Beach had been transferred to the City of Miami and was transformed into park status. Then in 1982 the park closed and was left abandoned until 2008. During the nearly 20 years of abandonment, the Virginia Key Beach Park Trust was formed and the park saw life again! This committee of dedicated people achieved getting the park placed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Florida Historic Marker. This “Paradise Renewed” is also designated as a Historic Site by the Miami Historic & Environmental Preservation Board! Today, Historic Virginia Key Beach Park is an anchor in the rebirth of the beautiful natural island of Virginia Key, “Miami’s Central Park”!

Vendor and Sponsor Inquiry: Information/Media Inquiry:

Michelle Swaby-Smith Fabienne Claude

Special Events Liaison Special Events Director

Virginia Key Beach Park Trust [email protected]

4020 Virginia Beach Drive 786-953-3416 Office

Miami, Fl 33149

305-960-4618 Office

954-558-9664 Cell

4020 Virginia Beach Drive, Miami, FL 33149, United States

Dream in Green’s Living the Dream 5/8/15

Dream in Green’s Living the Dream
Friday, 05/08/2015 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
v161 Hotel South Beach
2341 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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Cost: $100

Hollywood Beach Sweep 5/9/15

Hollywood Beach Sweep
Saturday, 05/09/2015 – 07:00 am – 10:00 am
CharnowCharnow Park
300 Connecticut Street,
Hollywood, Florida 33019
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Keep Doral Beautiful Fair 5/16/15

Keep Doral Beautiful Fair
Saturday, 05/16/2015 – 11:00 am – 02:00 pm
eflyer-UPDATEDowntown Doral Park
8395 NW 53 Street,
Doral, Florida 33166
Webpage Link
Cost: FREE

To commemorate Earth Day, the City of Doral will be hosting an Eco-Fair at the Second Annual “Keep Doral Beautiful Fair”, on Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Downtown Doral Park, located at 8395 NW 53rd Street, Doral, FL. Join us for a fun-filled day at the park with music, food, kids’ corner, rain barrel raffles, give-a-ways and more!