The Belle of Amherst 4/2/21-4/6/21

The Belle of Amherst
Friday, 04/02/2021-04/06/2021, 12:00 am-
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Cost: $30

Actors’ Playhouse and Palm Beach Dramaworks have joined forces to present a virtual coproduction of The Belle of Amherst by William Luce. Based on the life of Emily Dickinson, this one-woman show tells the story of the independent, enigmatic, reclusive, witty poet through her letters, verse, and the playwright’s rich imagination, interweaving the voices of friends, family, and acquaintances to create a vivid portrait of the artist. Margery Lowe portrays the enigmatic poet and William Hayes directs.

Tickets are $30 and all proceeds will benefit PBD and Actors’ Playhouse, supplying much-needed revenue at a time when the theatres are earning no income. Once a ticket is purchased, the play can be viewed at the ticket holder’s convenience any time from April 2nd through April 6th.

Inside the Music: House Concert 4/6/21

Inside the Music: House Concert
Tuesday, 04/06/2021-, 07:00 pm-09:00 pm
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Cost: FREE

From South Korea to New World Center, we’re bringing you an incredible online performance of Baroque and Classical chamber music by NWS Fellows sheltering in place at home on the other side of the globe. Both natives of Korea, second-year Oboe Fellow Joo Bin Yi and second-year Violin Fellow Jung Eun Kang have a special concert prepared just for you! Get the full program and set a reminder for Tuesday, April 6th at 7 PM ET #LIVE on our Facebook page, website, or YouTube channel: nwsym.ph/2NWu4zI

The New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy (NWS), prepares graduates of music programs for leadership roles in professional orchestras and ensembles. In the 33 years since its co-founding by Artistic Director Michael Tilson Thomas and Lin and Ted Arison, NWS has helped launch the careers of more than 1,150 alumni worldwide. To learn more visit, nws.edu

Young Everglades Patrons Virtual Event 4/6/21

Young Everglades Patrons Virtual Event
Wednesday, 04/07/2021-, 05:30 pm-07:30 pm
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The Everglades Foundation’s first Young Everglades Patrons event will be held virtually on Everglades Day, and will be hosted by Mac Stone, National Geographic photographer and member of The Everglades Foundation’s Board of Directors. Through his immersive photography and firsthand experiences, Stone will illustrate the importance of restoring and protecting the global treasure. To participate, click here

The Young Everglades Patrons is a group of young, like-minded individuals dedicated to raising awareness of the vital importance of the restoration and protection of America’s Everglades, and to raising funds to help the Foundation carry out its mission. For more details, visit evergladesfoundation.org/YEP, or contact Karina Buenrostro, kbuenrostro@evergladesfoundation.org.

The Everglades Foundation will celebrate Everglades Day, April 7, with events designed to educate and engage families and young professionals on how they can play an active role in restoring and protecting America’s beloved Everglades.

Since 2012, Everglades Day has been held on April 7, celebrating the birthday of Everglades activist Marjory Stoneman Douglas, who dedicated herself to protecting and conserving the globally unique ecosystem.

America’s Everglades provides drinking water to nine million Floridians, habitat for 78 threatened or endangered species, and includes 14 National Wildlife Refuges and four National Parks, including Everglades National Park – a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere, and a Wetland of International Importance. The Everglades also supports a robust tourism-based economy, and helps mitigate climate change through carbon sequestration.

Since its founding in 1993, The Everglades Foundation has been devoted to restoring and protecting the precious ecosystem through science, advocacy, and education. On April 6 and 7, the Foundation will host virtual events designed to provide intriguing information about the one-of-a-kind ecosystem, and to engage participants in conversations about how to take an active role in restoring and protecting it.

Culinary Passport Camp (Ages 9-13 / 5-day) 4/5/21,4/6/21,4/7/21,4/8/21,4/9/21

Culinary Passport Camp (Ages 9-13 / 5-day)
Monday, 04/05/2021-04/09/2021, 01:00 pm-04:00 pm
Taste Buds Kitchen
14740 sw 26 St,
Miami, Florida, 33185
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Cost: 50

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

Get ready to expand your palate and travel the world! Join us as we taste new flavors and create delicious recipes. We’ll learn about cooking around the globe, including Cardamon Coconut Cookies in India, Sushi Rolls in Japan, Veggie Patties in Jamaica, Pikelets in Australia, and many more. Grab your culinary passport and let’s get cooking!

This camp is drop-off. Sign up for the whole week and save 10% and receive a free apron.

We also offer custom events and experiences! Contact our Miami Kitchen for special pricing and availability – mailto:miamiwest@tastebudskitchen.com or call 305-903-2023.

Culinary Passport Camp (Ages 4-8 / 5-day) 4/5/21,4/6/21,4/7/21,4/8/21,4/9/21

Culinary Passport Camp (Ages 4-8 / 5-day)
Monday, 04/05/2021-04/09/2021, 09:00 am-12:00 pm
Taste Buds Kitchen
14740 sw 26 St,
Miami, Florida, 33185
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Cost: 45

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

Get ready to expand your palate and travel the world! Join us as we taste new flavors and create delicious recipes. We’ll learn about cooking around the globe, including Cardamon Coconut Cookies in India, Sushi Rolls in Japan, Veggie Patties in Jamaica, Pikelets in Australia, and many more. Grab your culinary passport and let’s get cooking!

This camp is drop-off. Sign up for the whole week and save $25 and receive a free apron.

We also offer custom events and experiences! Contact our Miami Kitchen for special pricing and availability – mailto:miamiwest@tastebudskitchen.com or call 305-903-2023.