It’s the first day of autumn and the day before Friday, which means another weekend to relax and enjoy an activity after working hard during the week. Parks, a fall festival, live music, these are just a couple of the events that are either free or inexpensive happening this weekend.
On Sunday, local Miami band Timbalive will be at Collins Park, performing their blend of timba and salsa music live to celebrate Hispanic heritage. If you’re a tourist looking to get a feel for Miami’s rich Cuban culture and its music, make sure to drop by.
Speaking of Cuban culture, “¿Que Pasa, USA?” was a popular television series that ran from 1977 to 1980, described as the first bilingual situation comedy in America. The series will be screened on Saturday at the Ludlam Trail where attendees can sip on complimentary Cuban coffee, dine on a pig roast, enjoy music and dancing plus much more.
September 24th is National Public Lands Day when all national park across the country offer free admission. This means you’ll be able to visit places like Everglades National Park at no additional charge. Coincidentally, admission to some local museums will also be free on Saturday, including the Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach.
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