Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida Family Events**

Another fine weekend is upon us, and with that some fun family events to get into. Check out what’s in store.

  • Friday, October 19, 2018

Colors of Spice at Opa Locka Branch Library: “Explore the world of spices, as we learn about the history and different uses varying from flavoring, medicinal, and coloring. Prepare to create and take home your own piece of art using seeds, fruit, root and bark as venture into this fragrant experience. Best for ages 8-15 years.” Click here for more information.

Dunkin for Pumpkins at Murrary Park Aquatic Center: “Make a splash in our floating pumpkin patch at Murray Park Aquatic Center on Friday, October 19th from 4 to 6 PM. We'll have decorating stations, spooky music, and spooktacular fun swimming in the pool. This event is $1 per person. All ages welcome, first 200 people guaranteed a pumpkin. ” For more information, click here.

  • Saturday, October 20, 2018

Free Family Fun at Olympia Theater: “Hansel and Gretel at Halloween! Based on the beloved children's story, Hansel and Gretel, the Opera has been delighting family audiences around the world since its premiere in 1893! Join Magic City Opera at the Olympia Theater for a magical journey into this timeless fairy tale. Plus, be sure to dress up in your Halloween costumes so you and your family can meet and collect candy from the performers on the actual set after the show!” For more information and to get your free ticket, click here.

South Florida Seafood Festival: “The South Florida Seafood Festival is a celebration of all things seafood and waterfront living, giving people their fill of the freshest, tastiest delicacies of the sea. Set in Miami's historic Marine Stadium, this seafood festival provides excellent food and good times for anyone looking to experience a slice of Florida's diverse culture. What better way to kick off Stone Crab season than to enjoy it by the sea with LIVE Caribbean beats, family fun zones, mojito bars, wine lounges, and more? With over 25 gourmet seafood culinary partners this family-oriented event offers attendees the chance to experience some of the freshest seafood all afternoon in the largest fresh fish market in Florida. Featuring dishes like grilled fish, paella, gumbo, jambalaya, chowders, lobster rolls, sushi, and even some Floridian favorites, the Coconut Grove Seafood Festival boasts a palate from all over the world. As you browse through vendors selling nautical-themed jewelry, art, and decorations, you can experience live beach-themed music or take the kids to the festival's family fun zone, including obstacle courses, surfing challenges, and more!” For more information, click here.

  • Sunday, October 21, 2018

Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts: “The 5th Annual Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts has over 100 fine art exhibitors along with fine craft, food, beverages, a kids zone and the best part it's FREE WITH YOUR REGISTRATION.Also, come to the Street Party from 7-11 pm on Saturday 10/20 only featuring DJ Ariel Assault and the best part its also FREE WITH YOUR REGISTRATION.” For more information, click here.

Family Day at Miami Design District: “Join us for a special “Spooky Sunday” themed Family Day! Wear your best costume for Halloween themed activities, haunted storytelling, and a storybook art workshop of "Tuc Tuc Tuc" by author and illustrator Nydia Buch.” For more information, click here.

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