Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida Family Events**
It’s the last weekend of 2018 and we can’t believe it either! As we say goodbye to this year and prepare to welcome 2019, here’s our weekend family fun guide to help you celebrate all that you accomplished in the last twelve months.
Friday, December 28, 2018
Tastes of Miami at Miami Seaquarium: “Join us as we celebrate what makes Miami the crossroads of the Americas! Your Ticket includes Admission into Miami Seaquarium & our Tastes of Miami event. With our inaugural Latin and Caribbean music and food festival, you will experience the cultures that make Miami a unique and vibrant international city. Enjoy live music, kids play area with arts & crafts, local restaurants and food trucks! This is an event that the entire family can enjoy – don’t miss it!” For more information, click here.
Parents’ Night Out at The Falls: “Drop off your kids and enjoy a night to yourselves. Pizza and soda is provided. Only $19.99 per child for 3 hours. Discounts available for multiple children. Reccommended ages: 8-12 Reserve in advance. Seats are limited.” For more information, click here.
Saturday, December 29, 2018
Candy Cane Wonderland at Panthers Ice Den: Hot chocolate, sleigh rides, candy canes and snow falls are included with paid admission. For more information, click here.
MASS at Fort Lauderdale Artwalk: “Join us every last Saturday of the month when the streets of MASS District come alive with a collaboration of art, music, food trucks, vendors, and local businesses. Explore the diversity of local art galleries showcasing unique and stunning collections of original artwork. Listen to the eclectic sounds of South Florida’s variety of live music and DJs.Taste the culinary explosion of local restaurants and food trucks. Shop your way through multiple vendors and take home something memorable. MASS District Artwalk happens every last Saturday starting at 6pm.” For more information, click here.
Sunday, December 30, 2018
King Mango Strut Parade in Coconut Grove: “The King Mango Strut has been called “the weirdest parade in the universe” and “the most fun you can have with your clothes on.” Each year, we invite Strut Participants and Strut Spectators to “take a bath in laughter”. And you won’t even need special glasses.” For more information, click here.
Pack Walk at T.Y. Park: “Pack Walk in the Park (group dog walk) is an opportunity to get some exercise (for you and your dog) and socialize with other dog owners (non-dog owners are welcome, too!). We will walk the two-mile loop of newly paved pathways for walking, jogging, skating, and biking. Plants to attract butterflies have also been placed along the park’s northern corridor.” For more information, click here.
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