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Cocktails & Style Ladies Night at Blue Martini Brickell

Cocktails & Style Ladies Night at Blue Martini BrickellWednesday, December 13, 9pm-11pm – Blue Martini Lounge, 900 South Miami Avenue, #250, Miami Brickell

Join Blue Martini Brickell for Cocktails and Style Ladies Night. This is a monthly Ladies Night with fashion and cocktails for all Ladies. RSVP for a chance to enter the raffle to win 1 of 3 prizes. Ladies also enjoy complimentary cocktails from 9pm-11pm.

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Festival of Trees Evening Stroll at Deering Estate

Festival of Trees Evening Stroll at Deering EstateWednesday, December 13, 7pm-9pm – Deering Estate at Cutler, 16701 SW 72nd Avenue, Palmetto Bay

Enjoy a holiday evening stroll through the Deering Estate as it is illuminated for the Festival of Trees exhibit. Enjoy signature holiday decorating collaborations, an expanded museum furnishing collection, and beautiful nighttime views of Biscayne Bay as holiday music plays in the background. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Tickets are $7 ages 4 & older; Free for Deering Estate Foundation members. There will be limited tickets for sale at the event.

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Italy-America Chamber Holiday Dinner at Villa Woodbine

Italy-America Chamber Holiday Dinner at Villa WoodbineWednesday, December 13, 7pm-11pm – Villa Woodbine, 2167 South Bayshore Drive, Miami

The Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast (IACCSE) invites you to attend its traditional Holiday Dinner slated to take place on Wednesday, December 13th at Villa Woodbine. This year’s Holiday celebrations will include a spectacular Italian menu (welcome cocktail + 4 course meal, including a selection of Italian wines) and a spectacular Christmas Silent Auction. Tickets are $140 per person. @IACCSE

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Kosher Food & Wine Festival Miami 2017

Kosher Food & Wine Festival MiamiWednesday, December 13, 7pm-10pm – Turnberry Isle Miami, Autograph Collection, 19999 W Country Club Dr, Aventura

WIZO will be hosting its 5th annual WIZO Florida Kosher Food and Wine groundbreaking, sold out event. All attendees will experience world renowned local and international wines as well as delectable kosher cuisine. Proud sponsors of the event, which is being co-hosted by the Israeli Wine Producers Association, include Duty Free America, Psagot Wines, Atlantic Broadband, Wells Fargo Bank and EL AL Airlines among others. Guests are invited to sample wines from more than 30 upscale wineries, featuring over 300 different wines and partake in the delicious and innovative fare of South Florida’s leading kosher establishments. Tickets are $150 per person. VIP tickets are available for $200 which includes an exclusive VIP reception from 6:00-7:00 pm. All proceeds from Kosher Food & Wine Miami will benefit WIZO Florida projects in Israel. @wizoflorida

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Coral Springs Tropical Holiday Parade

Coral Springs Tropical Holiday ParadeWednesday, December 13, 7pm-10pm – Sample Road, Coral Springs

The Coral Springs City’s annual Holiday Parade will take place on Wednesday, December 13 at 7 p.m. The parade will feature decorated floats and other entries along Sample Road from Coral Springs Drive to City Hall. Please note that Sample Road west of University Drive and east of NW 110th Avenue, and Coral Springs Drive north of NW 29th Street and south of NW 37th Street, will be closed on the night of the parade from 5 p.m. until approximately 10 p.m. @CoralSpringsFL



Networking for a Good Cause at Taverna Opa

Networking for a Good Cause at Taverna OpaWednesday, December 13, 6:30pm-9:30pm – Taverna Opa at Mary Brickell Village, 900 South Miami Avenue, #260, Miami Brickell

Miami loves a good Networking Event, well this one promises to be a very good one! Come network, meet and mingle with professionals from many different industries and organizations. Networking for a Good Cause is bringing together professionals from the following organizations that you will have a chance to network with: The Latina Pro, Bridges Unite, Women Leaders & Entrepreneurs, Boricuas Realengos en Miami, Comunidad Activa Puertorriqueña, Boricuas viviendo en Miami, National Conference of Puerto Rican Women, Puerto Rico Business Cooperative, Puerto Rican Leadership Council, Puerto Rican Contractor’s Association, American Eagle Outfitters, and MSH Group. Tickets are $25 and include 1 beverage ticket to be redeemed at the bar. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to citizens of Morovis, Puerto Rico to help rebuild homes.

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A Holiday Evening at Vizcaya Village

A Holiday Evening at Vizcaya VillageWednesday, December 13, 6pm-9pm – Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami

Join us as we celebrate the winter traditions of the families that lived and worked at Vizcaya 100 years ago. There will be time to explore on your own, lots of photo ops, caroling, Bahamian Junkanoo march, art-making, tours and holiday treats. Families that attend the Holiday Evening at Vizcaya Village will also receive a Family Pass to see the Main House decorated for the holidays! Family passes are valid for regular daytime admission only and can be used starting Dec. 14. Tickets are $20 for Adults; $15 for Children; $15 for Vizcaya Members; $10 for Children.

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Sunset Soiree & Cocktails at Justison Road

Sunset Soiree & Cocktails at Justison RoadWednesday, December 13, 5pm-8pm – 3737 & 3739 Justison Road, Coconut Grove

Come enjoy music, cocktails and hors d’oeuvre while touring these two new estates in luscious Coconut Grove. Hosted by The Sigurdsson Team of Douglas Elliman. Sponsored by Florida Secured Title.

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The Hideaway Grand Opening Celebration

The Hideaway Grand Opening CelebrationWednesday, December 13, 5pm-7pm – The Hideaway, 21 West Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale

Located in Fort Lauderdale’s classic Bryan Building, listed in the National Historic Registry, The Hideaway, speakeasy bar serves artisanal cocktails, approximately 30 varieties of craft beers, a large whiskey selection, and an eclectic rotating counter-style menu in an industrial chic setting.

“The Hideaway is unlike any other bar in Fort Lauderdale; it is the first in the city that is a speakeasy, New York-type bar with a history,” said Michael Tuck, owner of The Hideaway, and longtime nightclub and bar owner. “It pays homage to the exciting, multi-faceted history of Fort Lauderdale, while being a part of Fort Lauderdale’s continuing revitalization.” Tuck has owned and operated successful establishments including Automatic Slims, a high-energy rock ‘n’ rock bar in Miami Beach; and Play and Stereo, two of the first VIP EDM clubs in Fort Lauderdale.

Built in approximately 1913, the two-story Bryan Building was constructed for Thomas Bryan, a member of one of Fort Lauderdale’s most notable pioneer families. One of the first hotels in Fort Lauderdale’s original downtown district, it was one of the initial commercial buildings constructed after the 1912 fire that destroyed much of the original Fort Lauderdale.

Acclaimed Designer Kurt VanNostrand, owner of 5&Dime Design, saved the historic designs from the original space in the Bryan Building, even uncovering original columns that were constructed of Dade County Pine. Offering a unique walk back in time, The Hideaway features an authentic lounge, refurbished and reclaimed décor, stamped tin ceilings, and custom period furniture. VanNostrand, who specializes in unique and out-of-the-box designs and hospitality concepts, worked in the hospitality industry himself for over 25 years.

 

 

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Museum of Ice Cream Miami Opening

Museum of Ice Cream MiamiWednesday, December 13, 11am-10pm – Museum of Ice Cream at Faena District, 3400 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

Museum of Ice Cream announces the opening of their fourth museum in South Florida, this December. Since opening the first location in New York last summer and expanding to Los Angeles and San Francisco this year, Museum of Ice Cream has welcomed over half a million visitors from around the world. Founder and Creative Director, Maryellis Bunn chose sunny Miami Beach as their next location to celebrate its diverse and culturally inclusive environment in which she immersed herself to source the inspiration. The four-story building designed by OMA in the Faena District in Mid-Beach showcases iconic art deco elements and contemporary interiors alongside stunning ocean views. Museum of Ice Cream proudly serves as a safe environment for visitors to embrace their imagination and creativity. 

The past 15 months, Museum of Ice Cream has populated across the country providing a socially inclusive and accessible experience for all to enjoy. The design of each location is reflective of the city in which it exists and engages all five senses through physical, digital and experiential dialogues. Museum of Ice Cream builds environments where people can check their fears, anxieties and social norms at the door and have fun, first and foremost! The spaces visitors explore at Museum of Ice Cream allow them to create meaningful and impactful human connections with other guest and foster new friendships and memories. Museum of Ice Cream instills a sense of community and gives back to those in each city it resides, leaving a lasting impression. The Miami location officially opens to the public on December 13, 2017. Tickets include tons of delectable tastings and new in-house treats available only at the Miami location! Tickets are $38 per person and are available in advance online-only. #MOIC #museumoficecream @museumoficecream

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