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Wednesday, July 23, 7:30pm - AltaMare, 1233 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Join AltaMare, voted Miami New Times’ Best Seafood, for their delicious wine pairing dinner – 5 courses and 5 wines! Enjoy Antinori Family Wine Dinner with guest speaker Erik Saccomani. $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For reservations call 305-532-3061. #SummerofAltamare @AltaMareMiami
Wednesday, July 23, 7pm - Marlins Park, 501 Marlins Way, Miami
The 2014 Copa Euroamericana soccer tournament, between Europe and the Americas will kick-off in Miami between Atlético Nacional and AS Monaco at Marlins Park. Following the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, the teams will kick off a new soccer season in every corner of the globe. As in 2013, Europe’s top soccer champions will cross the Atlantic Ocean to challenge their American counterparts in this unique competition that, rather than establishing a championship team, confirms a winning continent. The event’s new format was announced at The Vicente Calderón Stadium (Madrid, Spain) and is organized by DIRECTV, the leading pay TV provider operating in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean.
Atlético Nacional from Colombia is not only the first Colombian soccer team to win a Copa Libertadores, but also counts with the most international titles of any soccer club in the country. It is the current leader in the Liga Postobon, and has won 13 national leagues. AS Monaco, on the other hand, is one of the most important French soccer clubs, seven time winners of the Championship. The Club finished in second place in the League 1 for the 2013-2014 season and has already qualified for the UEFA Champions League 2014-2015. The team fields a variety of international stars, including Radamel Falcao and James Rodríguez, two renowned Colombian players.
Copa Euroamericana consists of nine “all or nothing” games, with winners determined by penalties in case of any ties. The winner of each match will be awarded one point for their continent. The continent earning the highest number of points will emerge from the tournament as the champion. This year’s exciting tournament is scheduled to take place in the Americas, beginning July 20 and ending August 2, 2014. Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone at 1-800-967-9393 or at Marlins Park, North Ticket Windows. #CopaEuroAmericana @DIRECTVSports
Wednesday, July 23, 7pm-9pm - Centro Cultural Español de Cooperación Iberoamericana, 1490 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Join CCEMiami for a book presentation and demonstration: Gypsy Roots from Triana by Paco Fernández. The flamenco guitarist Paco Fernández will present his didactic book on Wednesday July 23rd at 7pm. Learn how to play flamenco guitar step by step with exercises and authentic music sheets. The book is not just a manual of flamenco guitar master classes but also of flamenco culture. Free admission.
Wednesday, July 2/9/16/23/30, 7pm – The Dutch at W South Beach, 2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Join for bourbon, beer, & ‘cue on every wednesday in July at the Dutch Miami starting at 7:00 PM ’til close, featuring guest chefs, entertainment & new backyard venue:
July 2nd – All-American Cookout, Guest Chef Jamie Derosa of Tongue & Cheek
July 9th – Kansas City Cookout, Guest Chef Brad Kilgore of J&G Grill
July 16th – Korean BBQ, Featured Chef Levi Raines of The Dutch
July 23rd – Dirty South, Guest Chef James Seyba of Broken Shaker & Freehand Miami
July 30th – Caja China Cook-Off, Guest Chefs Aaron Brooks of Edge Steak & Bar, and Jeremiah Bullfrog of Gastropod. Tickets are $40 per person.
Wednesday, July 23, 7pm - The Hidden Kitchen, Imperial House, 5255 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Join the Hidden Kitchen for Industry Night, in sponsorship with Culinary Convenience & Kikuichi Hand Crafted High Quality Knives. Enjoy food, fun, drinking and knife demo. What more could you ask for. Complimentary snack and platters, drink specials and a whole array of knives for purchase from Culinary Convenience. For industry professional only.
Wednesday, July 23, 7pm-9pm – Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 NW 32nd Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District
PechaKucha Miami partners with the Bakehouse Art Complex for an inspirational evening exploring resilience with seven local luminaries including Constance Collins with Lotus House and Virgina Jacko with Miami Lighthouse for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Inc. Arrive at 7PM for socializing while DJ Andie Sweetswirl provides the beats. Then at 8PM the PechaKucha starts with back-to-back presentations. Resilience is that ineffable quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever. Rather than letting failure overcome them and drain their resolve, they find a way to rise from the ashes. Psychologists have identified some of the factors that make someone resilient, among them a positive attitude, optimism, the ability to regulate emotions, and the ability to see failure as a form of helpful feedback. Even after a misfortune, blessed with such an outlook, resilient people are able to change course and soldier on.
Wednesday, July 23, 6:30pm-9:30pm, Bocce Bar, 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Miami Midtown
Join The Fairchild Palms for another great opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals at Bocce Bar, Midtown Miami. Mix and mingle all in support of a wonderful cause; The Fairchild Challenge program. The Fairchild Palms is the young professionals’ networking group of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. The Fairchild Palms donates all fundraising proceeds to The Fairchild Challenge, a South Florida-based environmental education and conservation program credited for leading a green revolution in schools nationwide. The program is dedicated to fostering lifelong environmental awareness, scholarship and stewardship in teenagers, pre-teens and their families. Admission is $20 per person, and includes complimentary signature drink and hors d’oeuvres.
Wednesday, July 23, 6pm-8pm – Sabadell United Bank, 1111 Brickell Avenue, 30th Floor, Miami Brickell
The Michael Jon Barlin Scholarship Committee invites you to 2014 South Florida Fall “Walk to End Lupus Now” team captains reception. All team captains in attendance will receive a TEAM SIGN on the day of the walk. They encourage you to attend as they have many announcements to make regarding the upcoming walk that will make it an extra special day at Jungle Island. Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served. Free parking with validated ticket. In honor of Miami Management for their outstanding fundraising efforts and support and featuring the 7th Annual Michael Jon Barlin Scholarship award ceremony. For more info call 561-279-8606.
Wednesday, July 23, 6pm-8pm – Miami Dade College Carrie Meeks Center for Entrepreneurship, 6300 NW 7th Avenue, Miami
Join for a panel discussion about making Miami’s tech and start-up scene more inclusive. Panel discussion will focus on building a tech and start-up ecosystem that is a reflection of the population in Miami and more receptive to the needs in our TUA (Targeted Urban Areas) communities, and in doing so, raise awareness about issues of creating innovative and diverse businesses, communities and inclusion. Gain insight, advice and resources from Start-Up founders, community officials and techies to help build your tech start-up, gain training for adults and youth and most importantly how to get involved! @codefevermiami
Wednesday, July 23, 6pm-9pm - Bar Stache 1920′s Drinking Den, 109 SW 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
This fundraising network event is the brainchild of Rebecca Ott & Gena Rumble. They recently had the pleasure of meeting Lorna Owens a renowned midwife, nurse, & attorney who created the Footprints Foundation. Owens has spent her life working with and behalf of women, first as a health care provider and then as a legal advocate and firebrand. The Footprints Foundation is working in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somaliland, Jamaica, & Florida City to reduce maternal and infant mortality in low income communitie, fight teenage pregnancy, and campaign against female genital mutilation. They hope you make it out to support this cause, buy some rad jewelry for you and yours, & get to know PI professionals in the greater south Florida area invested in maintaining exceptional ethics.