Red Lips Fridays at RUBI – Brickell 4/10/15

Red Lips Fridays at RUBI – Brickell
Friday, 04/10/2015 – 10:00 pm – 05:00 am
IMG_8150Rubi Lounge
141 SW 7th St,
Miami, Florida 33130
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Cost: Complimentary Admission on David Garay’s VIP List

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On DAVID GARAY’s VIP list: Complimentary Admission for Gentlemen until 12am

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RUBI- Brickell

141 SW 7 Street, Miami, FL

Venue Description:

The new lounge in Brickell. Come and see this beautiful place that everybody is talking about.

Emerging New City Tour 4/11/15

Emerging New City Tour
Saturday, 04/11/2015 – 01:00 pm – 04:00 pm
BikeRideFlyer02_FacebookFountain at Bayfront Park
301 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida 33132
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Cost: Free

The New Tropic is proud to partner on a community bike ride to discuss a variety of local issues from transit to gentrification while visiting the diverse and fascinating neighborhoods of Coconut Grove and Little Havana. You’ll get to meet with community leaders from incredible organizations like Emerge Miami, Diversity Miami, Coconut Grove’s Collaborative Development Corp. and Little Havana Tours.

The tour’s pace will be leisurely enough so our group stays together during the entire excursion, which is approximately 15 miles long with multiple stops scheduled for every few miles. Required gear is close-toed shoes (e.g. sneakers), while sun protection is recommended (e.g. hat, sunscreen, etc.). The tour will culminate back at museum park for the annual Philanthrofest Festival.

ROUTE:

First stop: The fountain at Bayfront Park
Coconut Grove stops: Historical emphasis will take place along Charles Ave. next to the Mariah Brown House and Odd Fellows Hall. Current/Future Development emphasis will take place just outside the Collaborative Development Corp.’s office along Grand Ave.
Little Havana stops: Historical emphasis will take place at the Los Pinarenos Fruiteria along 8th Street across the way from Cuban Memorial Park. Current/Future Development emphasis will take place near intersection of SW 12th Ave. and 6th Street by Con Sabor a Mexico.
Last stop: PhilanthroFest at Museum Park

The event is BYOBike but you can also rent a Citi Bike for $18 for the day.

Space is limited so we ask that you get an RSVP below. For any questions or comment please contact [email protected]

ECOMB’s 4th Annual Miami & the Beaches Environmental Film Festival 5/15/15

ECOMB’s 4th Annual Miami & the Beaches Environmental Film Festival
Wednesday, 04/15/2015 – 04/19/2015 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Ecomb_FF_Poster-11x172_NO-LOGOS_CropedColony Theater
Lincoln Road Mall, 1040 Lincoln,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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Cost: 0

Join the Environmental Coalition of Miami and the Beaches (ECOMB) for the upcoming 4th annual Miami and Beaches Environmental Film Festival.

This years event will be held April 14-19th, 2015 and will highlight its overarching theme climate change awareness. Showcasing a compelling array of films based on environmental issues of local and global concern, this year’s Festival also coincides with important milestones, namely the Centennial of Miami Beach and the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, which has been at the forefront of raising awareness globally about sustainable development and climate change.

In addition to screenings of feature length documentary films, fiction, short films, and animation, this year’s Festival will also include interactive workshops and complementary exhibits and other activities for people of all ages.

Wynwood Life 4/24/15 – 4/26/15

Wynwood Life
Friday, April 24: 5:00pm – Midnight
Saturday, April 25: 12:00pm – Midnight
Sunday, April 26: 12:00pm – 9:00pm

2015 WL Commemorative PosterWynwood Arts District
NW 2nd Avenue and 23rd Street
Wynwood, Florida 33127
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Tickets start at $15. Pre-purchase tickets online, or by calling (305)461-2700.

Street Festival Brings The Best of Wynwood to Life!

Wynwood Life is back and packed with everything that Miami loves. The colorful, annual event is all about art, music, fashion and food. This year’s new location will feature more artists, fashion shows, art displays, musical bands, interactive features and a new collaborative cooking showcase that will highlight popular Wynwood restaurants and chefs.

A wide selection of featured artists will be organized by world renowned painter Alexander Mijares, who will also design the festival’s 2015 collective poster. For the first time ever, Mijares will have a pop-up gallery showcasing his unique style of art, which finds inspiration in the colorful energy of both this city and heritage. “It’s unusual to have an artist of his caliber showcasing at a festival. Wynwood Life is a great place to see him in action, and while you’re there, be sure to pick up an original work of art,” said Javi Zayas, co-founder of SWARM, the organizer behind the festival.

The Peroni Style Lounge will once again feature fashionistas at their pop-up boutique, and during the event, it will showcase multiple fashion shows with local boutiques, fashion bloggers and stylists.

It wouldn’t be Wynwood without Food Trucks, so the festival will have the biggest food truck rally ever with over 50 favorites and a number of food vendors ready to please all taste buds. In addition, the event has partnered with Wynwood neighbor, Miami Club Rum. Several bars will be equipped with the hand-crafted rum made in Miami’s first distillery by artisans with a family history of rum production that dates back five generations. Beer lovers rejoice! The Blue Moon Brew Pub will be back with a fully stocked selection of cold brews and mixed drinks. New this year is the Wynwood Culinary Showcase, which will feature top restaurants and chefs from the area showcasing their cuisine. Wynwood Life is sponsored by Miami Club Rum

This year’s musical line-up is bigger and better, featuring many local favorites including Problem Kidz, Spam Allstar, Suenalo, The Tremends, Danger Flow and Elastic Bond to name a few. For a complete schedule of performances, click on Live Music at www.WynwoodLife.com.

Reef Guard – Adopt A Buoy Event – Lecture on the Wreck of the Half Moon / Germaina 4/9/15

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Reef Guard – Adopt A Buoy Event – Lecture on the Wreck of the Half Moon / Germaina
Thursday, 04/09/2015 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Sailing-yacht-Germania-Nova-SailingUniversity of Miami – RSMAS Campus
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway,
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149
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Cost: $10

Miami-Dade Reef Guard is a local non-profit charged with protecting the reef by placing mooring buoys for use by the boating public in hopes of reducing anchor damage.

We have an “Adopt-A-Buoy” program and are celebrating our two newest sponsors 1-800 Yacht Charters / 1-800 Bare Boat & The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation

A happy hour with drinks provided by Wicked Dolphin Rum / Mako Vodka and food by Salt Waterfront Restaurant will precede a talk by Reef Guard President, Professor Michael J. Beach, on the wreck of the Half Moon, formerly known as the Germania. This ship has a very interesting and storied past. The site is made more unique by the fact that our sponsor, 1-800 Yacht Charters, has a replica of the vessel within its fleet. Hence the title of the talk “History Comes To Life”!

Suggested donation is $10 and, with it, you are entitled to free food and drinks and entered into a raffle for great door prizes!

The auditorium, graciously donated by the University of Miami, holds 300 people. Lets pack the place!

Fairchild Palms 5K 4/4/15

Fairchild Palms 5K
Saturday, 04/04/2015 – 07:30 am –
5K-imageFarichild Tropical Botanic Garden
10901 Old Cutler Road,
Coral Gables, Florida 33156
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Cost: $35

Join the Fairchild Palms at the Inaugural “Fairchild Palms 5K” race in one of Miami’s most unique settings set amid 83 acres – Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden.

Be one of the first to run the course through stunning garden collections and exhibits, in addition to the botanical ambience of a tropical rainforest, dry desert, and the Palmetum, a grove of 1,000 palms. Whether you’re an advanced runner or want to stroll with friends for a cause, experience the artwork of Dale Chihuly and his larger-than-life glass sculptures.

Race timed by Split Second Timing.To register, visit www.fairchildpalms.org

Books and BBQ 3/28/15

Books and BBQ
Saturday, 03/28/2015 – 01:00 pm – 04:00 pm
BOOKS-BBQ-v2Magnolia North Community Park
2123 Ali Baba Avenue,
Opa-locka, Florida 33054
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Cost: Free

OLCDC & Bookleggers Library are hosting a fun-filled, family-friendly afternoon at the park, complete with FREE books and $5 BBQ plates! Everyone’s invited!

Bookleggers is a community mobile library based out of South Florida, setting up at rotating venues once a month and giving away free books to the public. As of 2015, Bookleggers Library operates with the generous funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
For those who are new to Bookleggers, the rules are simple:
1) Everyone gets one book for free;
2) We accept trades, a book for a book;
3) Each additional book is $2.