International Women’s Day with La Adelita Tequilla at 1 Beach Club 3/8/21

International Women’s Day with La Adelita Tequilla at 1 Beach Club
Monday, 03/08/2021-, 07:00 pm-09:00 pm
1 Hotel South Beach
2341 Collins Ave,
Miami Beach, Florida, 33139
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Cost: 50

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer? YES

“A woman is the full circle, within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.” ⁣

To celebrate International Women’s Day we are partnering with La Adelita tequila in honor of the fearless women who fought in the Mexican Revolution.
Come celebrate the warrior within as we join together for a barefoot beach experience paired with the exclusive use of SOUND OFF noise canceling headphones.

Each participant will be personally guided through an empowering sunset meditation, immersive sound bath, journal exercise & movement powered by meaningful beats and silent disco dance party. We will toast to our fearlessness through our mindful tasting experience, rooted in community & connection.

7:00 pm-9 pm: Warrior Within – Ladies night OUT to Tune IN under the stars

Ticket includes:
Sunset Meditation
Immersive sound bath
Journal excercise & movement
Silent disco dance party
Mindful tasting experience
Specialty La Adelita Tequila cocktail

In order to comply with CDC guidelines, please wear masks and follow the social distancing guidelines provided at 1 Hotel South Beach.

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Batch Gastropub: Miami 3/8/21

Batch Gastropub: Miami
Monday, 03/08/2021-, 11:00 am-
Batch Gastropub: Miami
30 SW 12th St,
Miami, Florida, 33130
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Cost:

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer? YES

Batch Gastropub: Miami is back a full 7 days a week starting March 8th! Come and get your Batch fix any day of the week you want, the staff will be ready to serve. Miami’s friendly neighborhood gastropub and go-to for a locally-sourced approachable menu and expansive drink list will be back serving all of your favorite scratched-cooked dishes and craft cocktails Monday through Sunday. Here are the new promos:
Monday – Eat All The Wings: Rock out with your flock out with $15 AYCE Boneless Wings
Tuesday – Get Toasty: Happy Hour Menu featuring ½ off Drinks and $6 Small Bites
Wednesday – Sip Whiskey That Wows: Peruse their selections or ask to pick your new favorite cocktail.
Thursday – Get Dazed N Infused: $5 Housemade Infused Spirits and $5 Batch Black Barrel
Friday – Swipe Right: On Chill Date Night Dishes and Drinks
Weekend – Go Bottomless: Endless Sangria, Mimosas, and Bellinis Every Saturday and Sunday Brunch.
Through the restaurant’s efforts toward utilizing fresh ingredients and the newest technologies, guests can celebrate any occasion knowing they are receiving top-quality products. Known for its reliable establishment, locals can unwind and dine on simply good American fare. Whether you are dining in, taking out, or ordering delivery through https://www.batchgastropub.com/miamiorder/, enjoy the Batch experience wherever you’re at. With a dedicated social media team, events team, and intensive marketing efforts, Batch prides itself on being a one-stop-shop for food, drinks, and fun to Miami!

Batch Gastropub: Miami is your friendly neighborhood gastropub and go-to for a locally-sourced approachable menu and expansive drink list. Through the restaurant’s efforts toward utilizing fresh ingredients and the newest technologies guests can celebrate any occasion knowing they are receiving top-quality products. Batch is a reliable establishment for locals to unwind and dine on simply good American fare and is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday and brunch on weekends.

“Beyond the Shimmering Waters: Everglades + Immokalee Photography,” a visual narrative by Lisette Morales at History Fort Lauderdale 3/8/21 – 5/28/21

“Beyond the Shimmering Waters: Everglades + Immokalee Photography,” a visual narrative by Lisette Morales at History Fort Lauderdale
Monday, 03/08/2021-05/28/2021, 10:00 am-04:00 pm
New River Inn
231 SW Second Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301
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Cost: Admission is $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students (through age 22 with a valid student ID).

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer? YES

History Fort Lauderdale, proud steward of our community’s past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, will celebrate Women’s History Month and World Water Month with “Beyond the Shimmering Waters: Everglades + Immokalee Photography,” a visual narrative by award-winning artist Lisette Morales. The exhibit will open on Monday, March 8, International Women’s Day, with a special livestream virtual reception via YouTube where attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a Q & A with Morales, at 4 p.m. The exhibit will be on display through May 28 in the New River Inn (231 Southwest Second Avenue in Downtown Fort Lauderdale) and available digitally via History Fort Lauderdale’s YouTube channel.

“Beyond the Shimmering Waters: Everglades + Immokalee Photography,” is a project created entirely in 2020 and 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This exhibition at History Fort Lauderdale begins with a series of images highlighting Miccosukee Grandmother and Everglades conservationist Betty Osceola, Panther Clan, and her work promoting respect and awareness for our planet by organizing Indigenous prayer walks through the Everglades. It also highlights a collection of portraits of women who work or live in Immokalee and whose strength and perseverance are admirable and worthy.

Lisette Morales is a Nicaraguan-born photojournalist and interdisciplinary artist based in Florida. Her camera has been her tool for activism since the early ‘90s when she traveled through war-torn areas of Central America, documenting the disruption from military conflicts. After surviving domestic violence in her own life, Morales turned to painting and illustration as a mode of catharsis and self-expression. Her work echoes the feminist worldview that she now embodies and has been featured in numerous publications. In recent years, Morales has returned to photography as her media of choice. Morales was an official delegate to the United Nations Women 2018 Commission on the Status of Women. She is a member of the Artful Activist, Zuma Press, The Authority Collective, ArtAid Naples and Colectivo Liminal.

“Beyond the Shimmering Waters: Everglades + Immokalee Photography,” is one of several stories that History Fort Lauderdale is proud to offer during Women’s History Month. In addition to this exhibit, History Fort Lauderdale and The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale will also present “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” another photography exhibition, March 4 -31. This exhibit, to be displayed at The Galleria (2414 East Sunrise Blvd), will showcase six prominent women of today who are proponents of change along with historical female predecessors who helped to pave the way for our community. A ticketed exhibition preview and recognition ceremony honoring these women of today and benefiting History Fort Lauderdale will take place on Wednesday, March 3, at 5:30 p.m., at The Galleria. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/HFLWomenTrailblazers.

History Fort Lauderdale is currently open seven days a week from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. with docent guided tours, daily, at 1, 2 and 3 p.m. Group walking tours are available upon special request. Admission is $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students (through age 22 with a valid student ID). Admission is free for members, military and children ages six and under. Tickets are available online at HistoryFortLauderdaleTickets.

In compliance with local and state health guidelines, visitors to History Fort Lauderdale will be required to wear a mask, have a digital temperature reading and practice safe social distancing of six feet apart. Hand sanitizer will be available at the front desk admission point and all surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned multiple times a day, per CDC guidelines. Additionally, guests will be asked to sign-in, daily, for contact tracing.

For more information about History Fort Lauderdale, please call (954) 463-4431 or visit us online at historyfortlauderdale.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ftlhistory and on Instagram @ftlhistory and subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/user/FTLhistory.

History Fort Lauderdale Presents “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” A Photography Exhibition, at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale 3/4/21 – 3/31/21

History Fort Lauderdale Presents “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” A Photography Exhibition, at The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, March 4-31
Thursday, 03/04/2021-03/31/2021, 11:00 am-07:00 pm
The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale
2414 East Sunrise Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33304
Website
Cost: Free

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer?YES

In honor of Women’s History Month, History Fort Lauderdale and The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale will present “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” a photography exhibition, March 4 -31. The exhibit, to be displayed at The Galleria (2414 East Sunrise Blvd), will showcase six prominent women of today who are proponents of change along with historical female predecessors who helped to pave the way for our community.

This engaging 40-image exhibit will celebrate the contributions of outstanding women of today including Kareen Boutros, executive director of Broward Workshop; Lori Chevy, market president of Bank of America; Heather Havericak, CEO of Broward Health Medical Center and Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital; Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ph.D., president and CEO of Broward Community Foundation; Stacy Ritter, president and CEO of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and Burnadette Norris-Weeks, Esq. of Austin Pamies Norris Weeks Powell, PLLC and founder of the Women of Color Empowerment Institute.

Past pioneering women to be highlighted include Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, author and founder/publisher of the Seminole Tribune; Dr. Susie Holley, prominent philanthropist; Edee Green, award-winning journalist and one of the founders of Kids in Distress in Broward County; Ivy Cromartie Stranahan, prominent suffragette, first school teacher in Fort Lauderdale, philanthropist and part founder of the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society (now History Fort Lauderdale) and Easter Lily Gates, Broward County’s first woman president of the State Supervisors of Elections, among others.

Sponsored by Broward Health Foundation, Broward Community Foundation, City & Shore Magazine, The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants and GPR | Goodman Public Relations.

In compliance with local and state health guidelines, visitors viewing the “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” exhibition at The Galleria, will be required to wear a mask and practice safe social distancing of six feet apart.

For more information about “Women Trailblazers: Champions of Change – Broward County,” please call (954) 463-4431 or visit historyfortlauderdale.org. Additional information about The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale is available at facebook.com/GalleriaFtLauderdale or www.galleriamall-fl.com.