Dolphin Mall Celebrates Easter with Family-Friendly Activities Starting 3/24/23 – 4/9/23

Dolphin Mall Celebrates Easter with Family-Friendly Activities
Friday, 03/24/2023-04/09/2023, 11:00 am-
Dolphin Mall, Entry 4, near Forever 21 and Saks OFF 5TH
11401 NW 12th Street,
Miami, Florida, 33172
Cost: Free

With spring just around the corner, Dolphin Mall – Miami-Dade County’s largest outlet and retail value shopping center with more than 240 stores – invites locals to experience the official arrival of the Easter Bunny on Friday, March 24, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Kids can enjoy complimentary face painting and canvas painting every Saturday starting March 25 – April 8 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

To continue the Easter celebration, Dolphin Mall is partnering with Cherry Hill Programs to host Photos with the Easter Bunny from March 24 – April 9. Various package options will be available, and participants will receive a FREE gift with their purchase while supplies last. Please note that reservations are limited and walk-up visits are welcome.

Good Miami Project 3/8/23 – 3/31/23

Good Miami Project
Thursday, 03/08/2023-06/30/2023, 10:00 am-10:00 pm
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
1300 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida, 33132
Cost: Free

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami Dade County (@arshtcenter) is pleased to present the Good Miami Project (@goodmiami) exhibit, a visual arts project showcasing 60 pieces of art produced by artist Greg Clark. The passion project, inspired by Clark’s volunteer experience with Overtown Music Project and Miami Waterkeeper, started in 2020, and highlights all the good that happens in Miami with 40 different nonprofit organizations. The pieces are on display in the lobbies of the Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall and Ziff Ballet Opera House, marking the largest exhibit of Clark’s work.

American Academy to Host Virtual Webinar “Communicate with Confidence – Techniques for Students with Learning Differences” 3/28/23

American Academy to Host Virtual Webinar “Communicate with Confidence – Techniques for Students with Learning Differences”
Tuesday, 03/28/2023-, 07:00 pm-09:00 pm
Cost: Free

American Academy, a program within American Heritage Schools, is pleased to host “Communicate with Confidence – Techniques for Students with Learning Differences,” a virtual event via Zoom on Tuesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. EST. This event is part of American Academy’s monthly speaker series, “Experts in Learning Differences.” Hosted by Alexandra Rollins, admissions director of the American Academy Program, the expert speaker for the March event is Eric J. Nach, Ph.D., M.Ed., A.S.D.C., founder and president of the Support for Students Growth.

Before, during and after college, what are the skills young adults with learning differences need in the twenty-first century? The answer is soft skills, also known as communication, time management, organizational and social skills, all of which are vital to student success in college and beyond. Join Dr. Nach, a top developmental and behavioral specialist in the enhancement of student growth and college life skills, who will explain how parents and professionals can identify underdeveloped soft skills and take proactive measures to help students gain greater levels of social and perceptual skills and boost self-confidence to thrive in college and in life.

Dr. Nach is the founder and president of the Support for Students Growth Center located in Boca Raton, Florida. He began his career as a “milieu therapist,” before spending 18 years as a special education department chairperson and teacher with the Palm Beach County school district. Dr. Nach earned a Ph.D., focusing on his dissertation titled “Instructional Use of Research-Based Interventions for Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.” He is also a nationwide speaker who has presented full-day professional (CEU) workshops in nearly a hundred cities to professionals in the field. Dr. Nach addresses topics such as the perceptional, social, behavioral and transitioning needs of students with learning, developmental and perceptual differences and has over three decades of experience counseling, teaching and coaching children, teens, young adults and their families.

The speaker series is streamed live virtually and all previous episodes are available for viewing at any time. The purpose of the speaker series is to educate families about topics that relate to mild learning differences and are relevant today. All of the speakers are experts in the various disciplines of each topic.
The American Academy’s goal is to provide families with a place to ask questions and strengthen their knowledge about how to ensure the success of their child.

For more information about the speaker series, please visit:

To reserve a spot, please visit:

Limited spots are available for this free, online, and live event.

Homeownership Program Open Enrollment 2/15/23 – 3/31/23

Homeownership Program Open Enrollment
Wednesday, 02/15/2023-03/31/2023, 12:00 am-11:59 pm
Cost: Free

Habitat for Humanity of Broward’s homeownership program applications to open for new two-story townhomes in Fort Lauderdale and Coral Springs beginning on Wednesday, February 15, via The application deadline is Friday, March 31. Qualified prospective homeowners do not want to miss this limited opportunity.

The new energy-efficient, two-story townhomes will include three to four bedrooms, garages, modern kitchens, landscaped yards, and hurricane-impact windows.

These locations are close to city centers, schools, churches, recreational and shopping amenities with easy access to transportation and major traffic corridors.
The application process has four steps that include a pre-qualification questionnaire, orientation, financial analysis review, and face-to-face interview. Successful applicants can expect to move into a home within 12 to 18 months.

Qualifications include but are not limited to the following:
• Must be a first-time homebuyer.
• Must be a U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident.
• Must be a current Broward County resident or working in Broward (for a year or more).
• Must demonstrate a need for affordable housing.
• Must be within HUD income guidelines.
• Must be committed to making affordable mortgage payments.
• Must be able to show $3,000 in savings and pay $2,700 in escrow.
Interested families can visit to start the pre-application process after February 15th.