Karavan Census 9/20/20

Karavan Census
Sunday, 09/20/2020-, 01:00 pm-07:00 pm
Karavan Census
11510 NW 17th Ave,
Opa-Locka, Florida, 33167
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Cost:

Requiring social distancing? YES
Requiring masks? YES
Providing hand sanitizer?NO REPLY

Florida Counts Census 2020 has partnered with Sant La Haitian Community Center, the Miami-Dade Haitian Complete Count Committee (HACCC) and their community partners, in a “Karavan Census” on Sunday, September 20 from 1-7 p.m. The Karavan route will pass by neighborhoods in Opa-Locka, North Miami and Little Haiti. The goal for this event is to encourage residents in these communities to complete their census before the September 30 deadline.
The event will include a Rara Band, a party float truck and a mobile billboard flashing messages in Creole and English about the importance of the Census. “Break the Cycle” bicycle club will lead the Karavan through Opa-Locka. Staff from the Census Bureau will participate and distribute giveaways to attendees. Community leaders and census Bureau staff will be on site and equipped with computer tablets to help people complete their census. This event will respect all Miami-Dade County requirements for social distancing, masks and participant behavior.
The Karavan will start in Opa-Locka at 115th St. to the north, North West Seventh Avenue to NW 17th Ave. to the east and NW 135th St. to the south. It will then travel to North Miami Beach, Starting at Uleta on 167th St., North East Third Avenue, stopping at North Miami Beach Library on 164th St. NE 16th Ave., stopping at City Hall on 17011 NE 19th Ave. and moving west towards West Dixie Highway. It will move to Little Haiti, traveling on NW 62nd Street – North West Second Avenue until it arrives at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex on 59th Terrace.

Cinnamon Rolls Class (Ages 2-8 w/ Caregiver) 9/20/20

Cinnamon Rolls Class (Ages 2-8 w/ Caregiver)
Sunday, 09/20/2020-, 10:00 am-11:00 am
Taste Buds Kitchen
14740 sw 26 St,
Miami, Florida, 33185
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Cost: 28

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

Warm, fresh and homemade Cinnamon Rolls? Yes, please! Join us as we learn how to make, roll, and bake the perfect Cinnamon Roll complete with a delicious vanilla cream cheese icing. Your little chef will love learning about yeast, kneading and rolling out the dough, and of course the taste test at the end. Roll up your sleeves and let’s get baking!

This menu is egg free and vegetarian.

This class is designed for kids and parents to cook together! Register for the number of children, a spot for the caregiver is included in the price.

New American Fund Celebration & Close Out Brunch, LIVE on Facebook 9/20/20

New American Fund Celebration & Close Out Brunch, LIVE on Facebook
Sunday, 09/20/2020-, 01:00 pm-03:00 pm
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Cost: Free

Join The Office of New Americans for a New American Fund Celebration and Close Out Brunch featuring food demonstrations. Cook along with Chefs Ana Sofia Pelaez, author of The Cuban Table Cookbook and Chef Cybille St.Aude, featured on Food Network’s Chopped will be making dishes from the Carribean. Grab a plate and tune in LIVE to ONA’s Facebook page! (Visit us online or follow on social media, for the list of chefs that will be joining us and featured recipes.)

With a theme of Food. Family. Freedom., the community-at-large is invited to celebrate the social and economic contributions of the more than 2 million immigrants in South Florida.

As a part of Miami Citizenship Week, residents are encouraged to support immigrant powered businesses, attend virtual events, learn about those that make Miami so vibrant and diverse, and even try a new recipe from one of the many countries that make up Miami-Dade. Events include discussions with immigrant business owners and local elected officials, virtual brunch, naturalization clinics, food recipe sharing, and more. In partnership with Cities for Citizenship (C4C), this week of happenings is part of a major national initiative of more than 85 participating cities and counties aimed at increasing citizenship among eligible U.S. permanent residents and encouraging investment in citizenship and financial empowerment programs.

Schedule of events
September 20th, 1pm: New American Fund Celebration & Brunch w/ Celebrity Chef Demonstration

To register for events: http://bit.ly/miamicitizenshipweek2020

The Office of New Americans is a countywide initiative to raise awareness about the importance of citizenship. Its mission is to empower immigrants eligible for naturalization to become more civically and economically engaged in our communities by facilitating access to the resources they need to attain citizenship and to prosper.

A Taste of Italy Class (Couples / 18+) 9/20/20

A Taste of Italy Class (Couples / 18+)
Sunday, 09/20/2020-, 04:00 pm-06:00 pm
Taste Buds Kitchen
14740 sw 26 ST,
Miami, Florida, 33185
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Cost: 125

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

Dreaming of visiting a villa in the hills of Italy? So are we! Join us for a tasty trip to enjoy a delicious tour of homemade Italian favorites. Grab a friend and your favorite wine as we learn that you don’t have to fly across the globe to get the fresh taste of homemade Italian cuisine!

Fresh Chicken Parmesan
Wild Mushroom & Truffle Oil Risotto
Cannoli Rolls

This menu is BYOB.

This is a couples class.
Registration is required, space is limited.

WBHI Pink Walk – The Virtual Movement 9/20/20 – 9/27/20

WBHI Pink Walk – The Virtual Movement
Sunday, 09/20/2020-09/27/2020, 12:00 am-11:59 pm
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Cost: $29.50

The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative (WBHI) Annual Pink Walk Goes Virtual in its 4th Year. Pink Walk— The Virtual Movement offers remote participation for a two-mile outdoor walk. The walk can take place anywhere, down your street, at the park or beach, around Aventura Mall.

If you are already a walker or jogger, you can help save and change lives at the same time! Join WBHI to help our community beat the odds of breast cancer through prevention and early detection, one step at a time!

Participants of WBHI Pink Walk – The Virtual Movement are invited to take a two-mile remote walk around their neighborhood, or at the park, beach and to spread the word among friends, family, and the community at large, while challenging three other people to join in. Participants are also empowered to play an active role in helping to save and change lives through personal sponsors and raise a minimum of $50 to receive a special fundraising medal.

All proceeds will benefit WBHI.