The South Beach Wine & Food Festival is over, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any more events worth checking out in South Florida. If you attended the festival, or if you’re looking for activities that won’t take a dent on your pocketbook, here a couple of things happening this week in and around Miami Beach.
On Wednesday, you can catch the 2015 disaster film San Andreas starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson at Miami Beach SoundScape at the New World Center. Zach Larmer Electric Band will also be performing songs from guitarist, composer and educator Zach Larmer’s first album Inner Circle. The band will be performing live at Wynwood Yard, also on Wednesday.
Are you a fan of Dr. Seuss or are you looking to introduce your children to the celebrated author? The Miami Children’s Museum will be celebrating the man legally known as Theodor Seuss Geisel’s 112th birthday, again on Wednesday.
The Perez Art Museum Miami will be hosting a free art making session in its galleries as part of its Made at PAMM monthly program. The event is first come, first serve and is happening on Thursday.
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