Fri 1/3: Welcome Back Weekend!

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After the past two weeks (especially after partying on NYE on a Tuesday) my body is literally quite confused that today is Friday, and this weekend is the first weekend of 2014. Rather than question the confusion, I'm just going to roll with it. Hope your resolutions involve more exploration and adventures around Miami! It really is a magical city (hello, it's beautiful outside and the rest of the country is frozen and hiding from some crazy snow storm!!)
Happy Friday, and Happy First Weekend of 2014.

 Shark Valley, Everglades National Park

Friday 1/3
Winter Movie Nights
Tonight's Movie: Happy Feet
Enjoy fun, holiday-themed movies for the whole family under the winter night sky at Fairchild! For extra fun, take a tram tour or flashlight walking tour and enjoy scrumptious refreshments.

First Friday of every month from 8 -10pm on the terrace: dj of the month, mixologist & complimentary cocktails, featured light bites & art happenings…

GUTS Collage 1

On Friday, January 3rd, Downtown Coral Gables’ Restaurant Row (located on the 100 block of Giralda Ave between Ponce de Leon Blvd and Galiano Street) will be bustling with al fresco dining and live entertainment from 7pm to midnight as part ofGiralda Under the Stars presented by Zacapa Rum.

Saturday 1/4

Join us one last time to close out the exhibition. Visit the galleries after hours, listen to DJ Waggy T spin a three-hour marathon session of Bob Marley music, and witness the creation of a Marley portrait, painted live by artist Trek6

Sunday 1/5

The Deering Estate at Cutler offers guided canoe tours of Biscayne Bay that depart from Charles Deering’s boat turning basin. You will canoe to Chicken Key, a seven-acre mangrove island and restored bird rookery, which lies one mile off shore. The island contains sand dunes and mangrove forests and is surrounded by sand bars, tidal flats, seagrass beds, and rocky debris. While canoeing, you can observe marine wildlife such as manatees and sea turtles, as well as numerous species of birds.

Average Joe Art Sale:

From a fresh batch of visiting artists, along with their Resident Artists,
original works to limited edition prints and merchandise will be for sale from $5-500

As always, check out our Miami Musts for more adventures around town.
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