This week, Miami brings forth a lot of fun activities for the family as well events and things to do that may certainly be of interest for you. Interested? Head out of your furnished apartments in Miami Vacations Corporate Rentals and start experiencing Miami like no other.
Victorian-era enthusiasts will certainly love this event. ATELIER 1022 Concept Studio will be having a social event called Afternoon T.E.A. Wednesdays. Enjoy the Victorian lifestyle with complimentary snacks while enjoying parlor games Victorians then and now would surely enjoy. Also the event will be featuring local authors and emerging artists. Doors open on Wednesday from 3 pm to 7 pm starting May 13.
Looking for affordable yoga classes while in Miami? Don’t fret as Sampoorna Yoga Miam’s New Yoga Center holds yoga, Pilates and tai chi classes at below $20 rates with individualized instruction.
For those who enjoy art as part of their life and blood. Here are a couple of events that may surely be of interest to you.
University of Miami – Lowe Art Museum will be holding a student-curated art show entitled ArtLab @ The Lowe – GerMania! Where visitors will be able to see the artistic movements found in 19th and 20th century Germany and Austria such as German Symbolism, Austrian Expressionism, Surrealism, the New Objectivity movement, and German Fluxus. Doors open starting May 12 and will be open to the public every Tuesday and Sunday.
Norton Museum of Art will be having a creative workshop entitled DIY Art Projects – Resource Depot Workshop. Here, participants are given free reign to be as creative as they can be – perfect for those looking for a creative output after a stressful day. Let your imagination run wild on May 14 from 6pm to 8pm.
For those craft beer lovers out there Shooters Waterfront will be having a Five-Course Craft Beer Dinner courtesy of Blue Moon Brewing Company in partnership with the Florida Department of Citrus on May 14. The food tasting event will be a five-course dinner prepared by Chef Ronaldo Centonzio and will be done in support of Florida’s local orange growers.
For visiting sports fans, don’t fret as there will be a match between the Atlanta Braves and the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park starting May 15 at 7:10 pm up to May 17 at 1:10 pm.
In terms of great family activities, here are some of the events that you might want to bring your family to while in Miami.
If you’re looking for indoor type of fun, the Mary Collins Community Center courtesy of the Town and its Youth Activities Task Force will be having their Barefoot Board Gaming Night on May 15 and May 29 from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm. However, if you’re looking for a fun outdoor activity for the family, you might want to consider Arch Creek Park’s Campfire & Night Hike on May 15. With a guide to help out with the wonder of nature at night, the family will surely enjoy this nature activity. To top it off, it comes with marshmallow roasting.
However, if you’re thinking that family bonding should also be educational, why not give the Guided Tour of Exhibitions by the Florida International University – The Wolfsonian. The 45 minute free guided tour sends visitors on a trip throughout the vast Wolfsonian Collection, which includes art and design themes. The exhibit is open every Friday starting May 15. Another family-oriented educational tour you might want to consider is Arch Creek Park’s Family Tequesta Archaeology Adventure. Here, participants will be exposed to the history and culture of the Tequesta Indians as well as experience first-hand on what archeological digs are. The event is on May 16 from 1pm to 3pm.
If you’re looking for a cultural experience that the family will surely appreciate, head over to the Morikami Museum and Japanese Garden and witness their Tea Ceremony Demonstration on May 16 from 12pm onwards every hour. From well-choreographed movements prescribed through a cultural tradition, participants will feel closer than ever to the elegant Japanese ways of serving tea through the Omote-Senke school of tea ceremony.