Dolphin Mall Kicks Off Christmas Season with “Photos with Santa” 11/18/22 – 12/24/22

Dolphin Mall Kicks Off Christmas Season with “Photos with Santa”
Friday, 11/18/2022-12/24/2022, 11:00 am-07:00 pm
Dolphin Mall
11401 NW 12 Street,
Miami, Florida, 33172
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Cost: 39.99

In celebration of the start of the winter holiday season, Dolphin Mall is teaming up with Jackson Health System to host its annual Photos with Santa event, beginning Friday, November 18, and running through Christmas Eve, December 24.

This year’s photos will be staged with a brand-new holiday set, “Cozy Winterland,” and include a striking 20’ Christmas tree. This year’s new holiday set is sponsored by Lorenzo GMC Buick.

Customers who purchase picture package A will receive a $25 Dave & Buster’s Power Card while supplies last. For more information and a complete list of packages, visit https://shopdolphinmall.com.

Absolute Queen Concert at The Casino @ Dania Beach 12/15/22

Absolute Queen Concert at The Casino @ Dania Beach
Thursday, 12/15/2022-, 08:00 pm-
Stage 954 at The Casino @ Dania Beach
301 E Dania Beach Blvd,
Dania Beach, Florida, 33004
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Cost: $25-$30

Absolute Queen, the most authentic Queen Tribute Show band on the planet returns to Stage 954 on Thursday, December 15 at 8 p.m. Performing the beloved band’s iconic hits and meticulously reproducing layered harmonies and instrumentation, the performance has been blowing audiences away for years. Tickets are $25-$30 and VIP tables are $60 pp. Must be 18+ to attend.

Movies By Moonlight Holiday Edition: “A Dog Named Christmas” 12/15/22

Movies By Moonlight Holiday Edition: “A Dog Named Christmas”
Thursday, 12/15/2022-, 05:00 pm-10:00 pm
Las Olas Oceanside Park
3000 E Las Olas Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316
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Cost: Free

Presented by the City of Fort Lauderdale’s Beach BID and benefiting the Broward County Animal Care Lunch Buddies & Adoption Program.
• Details: Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, favorite movie dates, and four-legged friends to Movies by Moonlight: Holiday Edition on the main lawn at Las Olas Oceanside Park. Come early to get in some holiday shopping at The LOOP’s vendor marketplace or catch a pick-up game of pickleball, corn hole, checkers and chess. Food and drinks are available to purchase onsite; limited chairs and picnic blankets are available to borrow. Minors (under 16) must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
• Synopsis: “A Dog Named Christmas” is a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie produced by Brent Shields and based on the novel by Greg Kincaid. The film stars Bruce Greenwood, Noel Fisher, and Tony Award nominee Linda Emond. This movie tells the tale of a developmentally challenged young man with a penchant for caring for animals in need. He sets out to convince his family – and their whole rural community – to participate in a local shelter’s inaugural “Adopt a Dog for Christmas Program.” (Rated PG)
• Cost: FREE and open to the public; Minors (under 16) must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
• Time: The holiday marketplace opens at 5 pm; Photos with Santa, the Grinch, and Cindy Lou Who from 5:30 – 7:00 pm; the film begins at 6:45 pm.
• For more information, please visit: https://theloopflb.com/events/movies-by-moonlight-4/

Chono Thlee: Sparking A New Era in Seminole Art at History Fort Lauderdale 11/6/22 – 1/10/23

Chono Thlee: Sparking A New Era in Seminole Art at History Fort Lauderdale
Sunday, 11/06/2022-01/10/2023, 10:00 am-04:00 pm
History Fort Lauderdale
231 SW Second Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33301
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Cost: $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students; free for members, military and children ages 6 and under

History Fort Lauderdale, celebrating 60 years of stewardship of our community’s past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, will partner with the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum to present “Chono Thlee: Sparking A New Era in Seminole Art” at the New River Inn History Museum from Sunday, November 6, through Tuesday, January 10. The exhibit, launching during Native American Heritage Month, highlights new contemporary works by indigenous artists that analyze elemental relationships for the future based on community foundations of trust, truth, dignity and integrity. The exhibit opens to the public on Sunday, November 6, at 1 p.m., with music, storytelling and an artist meet and greet. A VIP art talk will be held on Saturday, December 3, at 9:30 a.m., with complimentary admission being extended to Art Basel First Choice or Preview cardholders.

Curated by Tara Chadwick, “Chono Thlee: Sparking A New Era in Seminole Art” will showcase a variety of contemporary and traditional media including oils, acrylics, fiber, glass, metals, mixed media and digital art from 13 multigenerational Seminole artists: Tia Blais-Billie, Durante Blais-Billie, Nick DiCarlo, Jacob Osceola, Leroy Osceola, Daniel Tommie, Samuel Tommie, Shonayeh Tommie, Gordon Wareham, Krystle Young, Brian Zepeda, Corinne Zepeda and the late Jimmy Osceola.

“Chono Thlee: Sparking A New Era in Seminole Art” is one of several insightful multicultural experiences at History Fort Lauderdale. Permanent exhibits include “From Dugouts to Dream Yachts,” a visual narrative weaving the story of the ever-changing use of Fort Lauderdale’s waterways by following the strokes of the first people to today’s sightseers, “The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale” which allows visitors to experience the story of the City of Fort Lauderdale as told through the pioneer family that shaped its development from an agricultural outpost in 1896 to a bustling city in the 1920s to its current status as a leading Metropolis, “Juliette Lange: A Portrait of a Mezzo Soprano,” a fashion and lifestyle glimpse of the socially prominent Fort Lauderdale resident with a lauded career as a star vocalist of musical comedy, plus “Archaeology of the New River” and a multitude of stories and photos sharing the history of other founding families of Fort Lauderdale. The nonprofit museum also hosts a variety of yearly multicultural exhibits highlighting African American, Caribbean, Latin and women artists sharing their views of history and an artists’ collective collaborative space.

“Chono Thlee: Sparking a New Era in Seminole Art,” is sponsored, in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward County Cultural Council and Visit Lauderdale – Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. With additional support from Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.

Entry to the exhibit is free with general admission – $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students (through age 22 with a valid student ID). Admission is always free for members, military and children ages six and under. Tickets are available online at http://bit.ly/HistoryFortLauderdaleTickets.

History Fort Lauderdale is proud to host a variety of engaging multicultural experiences, year-round. Permanent exhibits include “From Dugouts to Dream Yachts,” a visual narrative weaving the story of the ever-changing use of Fort Lauderdale’s waterways by following the strokes of the first people to today’s sightseers, “The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale” which allows visitors to experience the story of the City of Fort Lauderdale as told through the pioneer family that shaped its development from an agricultural outpost in 1896 to a bustling city in the 1920s to its current status as a leading Metropolis, “Juliette Lange: A Portrait of a Mezzo Soprano,” a fashion and lifestyle glimpse of the socially prominent Fort Lauderdale resident with a lauded career as a star vocalist of musical comedy, plus “Archaeology of the New River” and a multitude of stories and photos sharing the history of other founding families of Fort Lauderdale. The nonprofit museum also hosts an artists’ collective collaborative space.

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, on Instagram @ftlhistory and on Twitter @FTLHistory. Subscribe to us on YouTube at youtube.com/user/FTLhistory.