make-a-wish-logoInterContinental Miami Make-A-Wish Ball Nightclub: On Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida and InterContinental Miami will celebrate the 21st Annual InterContinental® Miami Make-A-Wish Ball and InterContinental® Miami Make-A-Wish Ball Nightclub, presented by E11EVEN-LIV, with a Mythology theme inspired by ancient Greek gods and goddesses, epic tales, and heavenly bodies. Celebrated EDM DJ and producer Chuckie, who pioneered the rapidly proliferating Dirty Dutch sound, will headline the nightclub after-party with DJ Nathan Asher as the opening act and DJ Dirt as the closing act. Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour will also stage an elaborate runway show.

Tickets for the InterContinental® Miami Make-A-Wish Ball Nightclub are $120, but for those already attending the Ball prior, there is no charge. There will be a complimentary open bar and suitable evening attire is required.

 

MISO CHIC: A unique theatrical experience like nothing you’ve ever seen – the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) has come together with America Developing Smiles (ADS) and Maman Fine Art to present MISO CHIC at the Adrienne Arsht Center on Tuesday, November 17, at 8 p.m., an inaugural event benefiting more than 3,400 children and youth of low-income levels. Proceeds will go towards educational centers and special programs by Asociación Damas Salecianas in Miami, Mexico, Nicaragua, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela and Dominican Republic

Together Eduardo Marturet, MISO’s music director and conductor, along with haute couture fashion designer Nicolas Felizola, will come together for a lavish orchestra and fashion show production, complete with a dramatic mix of classical compositions and award-winning film scores.

To purchase tickets, go to http://www.arshtcenter.org/.

 

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The Deering Estate Foundation’s Wine On Harvest Moon

The Deering Estate Foundation’s Wine On Harvest Moon (WOHM), presented by South BMW, is back with a tantalizing theme of Spirits, Spells & American Lore, taking place at Deering Estate in Palmetto Bay. An enchanting evening under the moonlight at the historic bay-front property promises guests the macabre to the mysterious with haunting vignettes, chilling musical performances, contemporary art, and much more as they celebrate the allure of American folklore through the fine wine and spirits – and tasty chef-paired vittles – of the continental U.S. The event takes place Saturday, October 24 from 7:30-10:30 p.m. Tickets are priced at $150 for Deering Estate Foundation members and $175 for non-members. Attendees must be 21 or over. To purchase, call 305.235.1668 x263 or visit deeringestate.com/wine-on-harvest-moon/. All proceeds from this signature fundraising event benefit the Deering Estate Foundation.

 
StampaFB KIDS FuntaineBOO Holloween Bash

A wicked fun time awaits youngsters at the legendary hotel for the FB KIDS FuntaineBOO Holloween Bash on Sunday, Oct. 25 from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Little zombies and witches from ages 4 to 12 will have a haunting good time at this family friendly affair. Kids are invited to dress in their best costumes as they enjoy ghoulish activities such as Pin the Nose on the Jack-o-Lantern, an Eyeball Bounce and a Witch Pitch at this grueling Halloween event. Kiddies will also be enchanted by whimsical crafting like Halloween frame decorating, mini pumpkin decorating and sparkle tattoo applications as they jam to spooky beats. Don’t forget to pay a visit to Dracula’s Lair and the FuntaineBOO fortune teller for a look into your future. Children are also invited to pose for a photo in the Harvest Room to capture the grueling memories. Admission into the FB KIDS FuntaineBOO Holloween Bash is complimentary for hotel guests and $10.00 for non-hotel guests. For more information, visit fontainebleau.com/events. Costumes are welcome and encouraged. Visit or howl at 305 538-2000, ext. 3460 for additional information.

 
3030 Ocean at Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa3030

On Monday, October 26, the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa will welcome back its critically-acclaimed restaurant 3030 Ocean, following an extensive three-month renovation. Now at the helm of the kitchen, where her career first began, newly-appointed 3030 Ocean Executive Chef Adrienne Grenier has developed a fresh menu to match the restaurant’s modern, maritime-inspired design and ambience. The restaurant will also be hosting a Grand Reopening Celebration on Thursday, November 19 where guests will be invited to join the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach family for an evening of delectable bites, libations and more. Additional details still to come. Dinner will be served nightly beginning at 6:00p.m. Reservations are suggested; http://www.3030ocean.com.

 
The Little Lighthouse Foundation 6th Annual Nightmare on the Beach

The Battle of Heaven and Hell is occurring in South Beach’s Lummus Park as The Little Lighthouse Foundation hosts its sixth annual Nightmare on the Beach Halloween party on Saturday, October 31. The Little Lighthouse Foundation supports children and their families who struggle with educational, financial, and medical hardships. Celebrating six years of making a difference, the Little Lighthouse Foundation had grown exponentially from 20 to over 800 devoted volunteers, and has recently been selected as a Finalist for Switchboard Miami’s 2015 Volunteerism Award as well as the Switchboard All-Star Award. All attendees will be treated to a premium open bar all night, cuisine from Miami’s top restaurants and caterers, and music from DJ Willy Monfret. This year there will also be an addition to the event known as La Mesa Divina, where 20 guests can celebrate their night straddling Heaven and Hell behind the DJ booth with their own angel and devil servers. Other VIP tables are available for purchase and include unlimited premium bottle service all evening along with 10 Premium tickets. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets early by visiting www.nightmareonthebeach.com.

Earlier in the day, from 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m., the Little Lighthouse Foundation and its fundraising partners have invited children and their families from partner facilities to the inaugural Children’s Halloween Parade at Lummus Park in Miami Beach. Attendance is free and includes trick-or-treating along an established route within the park, with treat stations and fun activities for children along the way. Children will finish the afternoon inside the Nightmare on the Beach Village for a Halloween party featuring interactive games, a monster mash dance-off, face painting, and a costume contest.

The Beauty Symposium at Saks Bal HarbourEVITE-SFA-BH-Beauty-Symposium-640x468

On Thursday, October 15, Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour, Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center along with Media Partner Miami Magazine and Miami Fashion and Beauty Blogger Maria Tettamanti of TheWordyGirl.com present an interactive evening of Beauty, Bubbly and Bites highlighting the latest in beauty, skincare and fragrance. The lively panel discussion will feature leaders in the industry; Kate Oldham, SVP Beauty, Saks Fifth Avenue; Nance Hastings, GM North America & VP Global Education, Tom Ford; Laura Slatkin, CEO, Nest Fragrances; Tim Quinn, Celebrity Face Designer & VP of Creative Artistry, Giorgio Armani; Dennis Quan, National Sales Director, by Kilian and Amy Leitner, Account Exertive, Dior. Tastings provided by Makoto, Novecento Aventura, Morton’s The Steakhouse and Sugar Yummy Mama; cocktails provided by Southern Wine & Spirits of South Florida. A portion of the proceeds from the evening’s event will benefit Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center; Thursday, October 15 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

 

 

tropical-1024The EDGE Charitable Foundation’s Tropical Miami Night Gala
Join the EDGE Charitable Foundation’s 8th Annual “Tropical Miami Night Gala” on Saturday, October 17, at The Hilton Miami Airport Hotel, from 7:00 p.m. – 12 midnight. The domino themed event will raise funds to benefit children who are homeless, unaccompanied, and victims of human trafficking, domestic violence or victimized in any other way. Don’t miss your chance to experience a tropical island lifestyle where domino tables, cocktails, music and good company are essential. Pre-sale tournament tickets start at $75 per person or $250 per domino table. General admission tickets cost $60. To purchase tickets, visit www.TheEdgeHelps.com.
The Habit Burger Now Open

The Habit Burger Grill in Miami is now open and serves fresh, made-to-order chargrilled burgers and sandwiches featuring USDA choice tri-tip steak, grilled chicken and sushi-grade tuna cooked over an open flame. In addition, it features fresh made-to-order salads and an appealing selection of sides, handmade shakes and malts. The Habit was named the “Best Tasting Burger in America” in July 2014 in a comprehensive survey conducted by one of America’s leading consumer magazines. French fries, onion rings, sweet potato fries and tempura green beans are 100% trans-fat free, cooked in soybean oil. The first Habit Burger Grill opened in Santa Barbara, California in 1969 and has since grown to 120 restaurants in 12 markets throughout California, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey and Utah. The Habit Burger Grill Miami will be located at Fountain Square, 9971 West Flagler Street. More information is available at www.habitburger.com.
New Theatre and Mina’s Mediterraneo Present PLAYtePLAYte

New Theatre and Mina’s Mediterraneo have paired good food and entertainment in a joint venture dubbed PLAYte, a dinner theatre experience. Mina’s Mediterraneo, for $45 audiences will sip wine and dine on a chef selected three course meal in the restaurant’s inviting terrace. Choose from the Chef’s menu selection of 3 appetizers, 3 entrées and 2 desserts. After the reading they will be invited to participate in an engaging talk back offering invaluable insight for the playwright. The Playte series takes place on the third Wednesday of every month – the next one is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 21st. For tickets or more information, visit www.new-theatre.org; New Theatre productions may contain adult material, language and/or situations.

 

Pink Party at Dadeland Mall

Beautiful fashions, better cause! Dadeland Mall invites the community to a Pink Party on Thursday, October 22 from 6-8 p.m.; throughout the event, shoppers will have the opportunity to shop retailer collections, visit sponsor tables, enjoy pink cocktails, experience make-up demonstrations, receive a complimentary gift bag and register for fabulous prizes! In honor of breast cancer awareness month, attendees are invited to leave a Message of Strength on the Dadeland Mall Tree of Hope. This message is an opportunity to show support for those in the community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Local blogger and stylist, Stephanie Pernas of A Sparkle Factor, will host the fashionable evening. As emcee, Stephanie will discuss fall trends from Dadeland Mall retailers and will offer style advice for every shape, style and budget. Free and open to the public.

 

Philly Socialholic: Old City Fest and Amada Turns 10!

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On October - 10 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

old cityOld City Fest This Sunday!

Old City District presents Old City Fest on Sunday, October 11, 2015. This unique festival will draw over 15,000 people to the streets of our most historic square mile for a day filled with food, drink, music, street performance, design, arts, fashion and family fun. Unique activities will include a design showcase as part of DesignPhiladelphia, two fashion shows, clay throw battles, chocolate making demonstrations, “Independents Row” with Old City makers and artists, gallery exhibitions, free demonstrations from museums and cultural attractions, plus appearances by some familiar neighbors from long ago! Old City Fest is also unique in that vendors and participants are from or associated with Old City. For more info, visit oldcitydistrict.org, tweet @oldcitydistrict or call (215) 592-7929.

 

 

 

Amadaversary Garces Has Three Ways To Celebrate Amada’s Tenth Anniversary

Amada Inspired Anniversary Tasting menus offered October 11-16: From Sunday, October 11-Friday, October 16, Amada, Tinto, Distrito, Garces Trading Company and The Olde Bar will all offer a $39 tasting menu in addition to their regular a la carte menu. The tasting menus include a complimentary glass of sangria or punch. $4 from each tasting menu goes to the Garces Foundation. The Garces Foundation is an IRS registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to ensuring that Philadelphia’s underserved immigrant community has access to health and educational services. During Amadaversary week, select guests will be surprised with gifts and giveaways from Garces. Sample surprises include complimentary dinners, wine pairings, lunch in Distrito Taqueria’s Volkswagen Bug for four people, Tequila classes, $100 gift certificates, signed copies of Jose Garces’ cookbooks, and more. Participating restaurants include: Amada, Tinto, Distrito, Garces Trading Company, JG Domestic, The Olde Bar, Village Whiskey and Buena Onda.

Amadaversary Paella Festival

Garces will host the Amadaversary Paella Festival on Sunday, October 18 from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m. The event will be held on 2nd Street between Market and Chestnut Street (enter at Chestnut Street next to Amada). In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Amada, the festival will include: A Paella Cook Off, three bars, meet and mingle with Chef Jose Garces, live music from American Deluxe, DJ from Synergetic Sound, flamenco performances, photo booth, raffles & prizes, face-painting and children’s activities from Nest. Village Whiskey will feature a hot toddy station and Buena Onda will feature K38 beer from Yards. Competing paella dishes include: · Amada- Lamb paella · Distrito- Mole poblano and duck paella · Garces Events- Traditional paella, clams and Spanish chorizo · Garces Trading Company- coq au vin paella · JGD- local vegetable paella · The Olde Bar- crab and bellota paella · Tinto- bacalao and shellfish paella · Volver- Asian Paella $10 per person includes tastings from each of the restaurants and two drink tickets for beer, sangria or the Village Whiskey hot toddy station. Attendance is free for children 12 and under Tickets are available at www.garcesgroup.com.

Amadaversary VIP Party

On Sunday, October 18 from 8 p.m.-11:00 p.m at Amada, Chef Garces will host an exclusive reception honoring Amada’s tenth anniversary. This unforgettable evening will feature 11 alumni chefs and beverage professionals who had previously spent time with the Garces family. Each has crafted a selection inspired by their time with Chef Jose. Chef Garces and the alumni will be present to great throughout the reception. Only 50 tickets are available. Tickets are $125 each and available at garcesgroup.com. Amada Alumni Chefs will prepare dishes inspired by their time at Amada include: · Joey Baldino – Paella Arancini · Jimmy Ciampaglia – Pork Belly Coca, Onion Crema, Apple Mostardo, Mahon · MacGregor Mann – Roasted Calabaza, Pepita Escabeche · Kevin Sbraga – Langosta Ceviche, Coconut Habanero Sauce, Lime Sorbet · Tim Spinner – Kobe Beef Tostada, Tomato Escabeche, Truffle, Crispy Potato · Lemond Adams – Pulled Pork Slider, Peach BBQ, House Pickles · Chad Williams – Chicken Liver Crostini, Wood-Fired Fig Jam · Adam Zensinger – Mergeuz “hot links,” Butter Beans, Pickled Onion Cocktails will be mixed by Amada Alumni Beverage Professionals including: Katie Loeb, Keith Raimondi and Paul Rodriguez. The event is cocktail attire. # # # For more information please visit www.garcesgroup.com/events/amadaversary #Amadaversary.

Don’t Miss: Miami Children’s Health Foundation: Diamond Ball, P&B’s Rendez Vous, PAMM Saturdays, and BeMyDD

Posted by Maryanne Salvat On October - 9 - 2015Comments Off on Don’t Miss: Miami Children’s Health Foundation: Diamond Ball, P&B’s Rendez Vous, PAMM Saturdays, and BeMyDD

MF20018Miami Children’s Health Foundation: Diamond Ball

On Saturday, October 10, Miami Children’s Health Foundation will host its annual Diamond Ball: Diamonds Are Forever, benefiting the children and families at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Global music superstar Armando Christian “Pitbull” Pérez will join the ranks of Walt Disney, Dwyane Wade, Dr. Jonas Salk and Beyoncé Knowles when he is inducted into the Ambassador David M. Walters International Pediatric Hall of Fame for exemplifying his passion for helping children throughout the world. Invited guests and celebrities will experience a Diamonds Are Forever-themed black-tie affair with exclusive access to The Bvlgari Privée sponsored by Kaufman Rossin. This VIP experience will transport 150 of the Diamond Ball attendees to the Casino de Monte-Carlo, where they will enjoy a unique showcase of Bvlgari jewelry pieces and a few more surprises. For more information on the 2015 event visit: mchf.org/diamondball.

 

Enjoy Drinks and Free Tapas at P&B’s New “Rendez Vous

Come get over the midweek hump at Ocean Drive’s new hidden gem, Pléthore et Balthazar! Originally from Lyon, France, P & B is bringing their passion for gastronomy, cocktails, and casual elegance to the renowned Miami Beachfront. Every Wednesday, this intimate and chic, yet energetic restaurant and bar will be serving $7 drink specials where you can enjoy at one of their three bars from 7pm to 9pm. Complimentary tapas are also available at the bar or at your dinner table. Tunes by DJ Jean Marc, starting at 6pm, will make you want to turn “Rendez Vous” Wednesdays into a weekly ritual.”

Saturdays at PAMM
Goya Foods, Inc., America’s largest Hispanic-owned food company, will be presenting an ice cream slider demonstration every 30 minutes this Saturday, Oct. 10 between 1-4 pm at Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). The presentation is a part of PAMM’s Free Second Saturdays, a monthly program for museum visitors that features hands-on activities for children and adults, as well as guided tours and occasional guest artists and performers. Goya Foods, Inc. is a dedicated supporter of PAMM and earlier this year made a gift to expand PAMM’s educational offerings and outreach efforts for Miami-Dade’s expansive Spanish speaking community. With this gift, PAMM now offers free Spanish language tours every Saturday. For more information, visit www.pamm.org.

Be My Designated Driver

BeMyDD and program partners Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack Whiskey and Total Wine & More will be offering free drivers to residents of Southeast Florida on 10/10/2015 from9pm-2am to get them AND their cars home safely. They will provide free drivers to take both the customer and his/her car home safely. There will be no charge from any location within a 50-mile radius from the city center. The team of drivers will arrive at the customer’s location, one to drive the customer and their car home safely, and the other to retrieve the driver afterwards. Southeast Florida residents can learn more about the program, see the other cities on the tour schedule, and read instructions for receiving free car pickup on October 10, 2015 by visiting www.BeMyDD.com/DDTour.

Rik RakBy: Maryanne Salvat
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Growing Together and Rik Rak Salon, Boutique & Bar
On Saturday, October 3rd, Growing Together, a South Florida based youth group, will host the 3rd Annual Kick-off Event at Rik Rak Salon, Boutique & Bar to welcome the 2015-16 board members. Guests are invited to shop for a cause while enjoying wine and tasty hors d’oeuvres. Growing Together aims to inspire teenagers to get involved in their community and make a difference. They strive to enrich the lives of the children at Chapman Partnership by providing them play opportunities and educational resources that inspire hope, create happiness and ultimately help children and their families thrive. 100% of the donations will benefit the children at Chapman Partnership. For more information: Contact Grace Ugalde-Wolpert at gugalde@chapmanpartnership.org or 305.329.3081.

 

 

The 4th annual Haute Tea hosted by the Young Society of Love and Hope

HT-SandyThe Roaring 20s are coming back to life at the 4th annual Haute Tea hosted by the Young Society of Love and Hope at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort Friday, October 2, 2015. Get transported to the era of prosperity and edgy fashion – all while helping to raise funds for the cure-focused work of Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Event Chairs Jillian Posner and Dr. Stacy Chimento encourage all guests to don their finest 20s-inspired headwear – from cloche hats to intricate headbands – to the festivities. In keeping with Haute Tea tradition, prizes will be awarded for the best headwear of the day as part of the annual hat contest.  Guests will also enjoy a champagne reception, a three-course lunch, formal tea service, an exclusive fall fashion show by Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour, live and silent auctions, and so much more. Sponsorship packages and tickets for Haute Tea happening at 11:00 a.m. at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort located at 9703 Collins Avenue can be purchased online via www.DiabetesResearch.org/Haute-Tea or by calling 954-964-4040 / 800-321-3437. Follow and share all things Haute Tea using #HauteTea on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

 

 

El TucánEl Tucan
Opening for the first time on Friday, October 2nd and Saturday, October 3rd, El Tucán is more than just a dinner and a show experience, It is a cabaret moment that pays homage to Cuba in the 1940s, transported to the heart of Miami’s expanding Brickell area. Presenting a range of eclectic musical acts ranging from from Afro-Latin to Parisian pop, El Tucán will also house a resident 12-piece Latin orchestra, carefully curated by Grammy award-winning pianist, composer and producer Marlow Rosado, that is reminiscent of the big bands from the jazz eras of the 40s and 50s. Food and drink will also be a mainstay at El Tucán, featuring boozy libations by Gabriel Orta and Elad Zvi of Bar Lab and Latin fare that will include hints of Amazonian ingredients created by Chef Jean Paul Lourdes. The intimate, theater-style venue will be open late night so partygoers can continue fêting after-hours. Located one block south of Mary Brickell Village, at 1111 SW 1st El Tucan will be open Thursday – Saturday, 8:00 pm – 3:00 am. In honor of the grand debut, El Tucán will open its doors at 8:00 pm with complimentary admission so revelers may be transported to the bygone era of Cabarets and live shows.

 

 

sobeThe Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival Ticket Sales
The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE (SOBEWFF) is pleased to announce its event line-up for the Festival’s 15th anniversary, taking place February 24 – 28, 2016. Recognized as one of South Florida’s favorite events, the Festival has raised more than $22 million to date for the Wine Spectator Restaurant Management Laboratory and Southern Wine & Spirits Beverage Management Center at the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management located on Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay campus. The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival’s exclusive MasterCard® presale period begins on Monday, October 5 at 9:00 AM EST online at sobefest.com or by calling 877.762.3933 (phone sales open Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST). Public ticket sales for the 2016 Festival open at midnight on Monday, October 19.

 

booksRuth Reichl at Books & Books

At noon on Wednesday, October 14, The Café at Books & Books will host a delectable lunch in honor of famed restaurant critic and author Ruth Reichl. Former editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine, Reichl is a respected culinary professional responsible for writing a series of critically acclaimed memoirs, as well as a number of books emblematic of her lifelong passion for food. My Kitchen Year, Reichl’s latest publication, centers on her deeply intimate journey as she rediscovers the joys of cooking and the healing power it holds. Tickets are $70 per person (excluding tax & gratuity) and include an author talk, a three-course lunch by James Beard Award-winning Chef Allen Susser, and an autographed copy of My Kitchen Year ($35 value). Reservations required. In addition, during the delicious lunch, Reichl will tablehop and chat with guests.When/Where: Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at noon.
The Café at Books & Books, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard at the Adrienne Arsht Center. Metered street parking is available. Telephone: (786) 405-1744; http://www.arshtcenter.org/Visit/Cafe-Books-Books/

 
mcmMiami Children’s Museum Not So Scary Family Halloween Bash
Once again the Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) is kicking off its Halloween celebrations with Halloween’s most fun and exciting event to South Florida. It’s the fantastic Not So Scary Family Halloween Bash, Sunday, October 18 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Watson Island. Chaired by Alexis and Scott Wagner and Kelly and Chris Melchiondo and sponsored by Whole Foods South Beach, Whole Foods Downtown Miami, Greenberg Traurig, Golden Sands General Contractors and Robert and Michelle Diener, this event promises to be your child’s highlight of the costume season.
Your little goblins will trick or treat around the Museum’s galleries with special treats supplied by Coldstone Creamery, GoGo Squeez , KIND Bars, Atelier Monnier, Dairy Farmers of FL and Yelp Miami , brave the Haunted House, test their knowledge in the Mad Scientist Lab and create crazed crafts. Other activities include: Zumba by Baptist, Monster Mash/Dance Contest (Music Gallery), MCM Players (Meet & Greet with Guests, in costume, WOZ), Sugar Skulls (Art Gallery), Toddler Room, Face painting and Pumpkin decorating. All proceeds raised for the event will directly support MCM’s educational programs. There is also a photo opportunity and backdrop by Pottery Barn Kids with a Phantom of the Opera theme and Manicures, chair massages and Halloween makeup by Exhale Spa and Glam and Go. Tickets to the Not So Scary Halloween Bash are $40.00 for individual tickets and $30.00 for members. Special Family packages are also available. To purchase tickets go to our website at www.miamichildrensmuseum.org or visit the Museum at 980 MacArthur Causeway on Watson Island in Miami.
Eric Trump Foundation Golf Tournament for St. Jude Children’s Hospitaltrump
On Friday, October 30, the Eric Trump Foundation is hosting a golf tournament to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Hospital. The tournament is open to the public and will be held at Trump National Doral’s newly redesigned and iconic Blue Monster golf course, which has been home to the PGA Tour’s World Golf Championship for more than 50 years. This event is not only a great way to give back, but an even better way to get the family together for a round on a legendary golf course. For nine years, the Eric Trump Foundation has been dedicated to raising money for children battling life-threatening diseases at St. Jude Hospital. All proceeds from the tournament will be presented to St. Jude during the post-event awards ceremony. Using only Trump-owned and operated facilities to cut down on venue costs, as well as full-time volunteers, pro-bono celebrity hosts and performances and donated food and beverage, the Eric Trump Foundation has achieved one of the lowest expense ratios of any charity in the world and has also grown to be one of the largest foundations in the nation, pledging nearly $28 million to St. Jude. You can learn more about the event as well as here: https://www.trumphotelcollection.com/miami/st-jude-golf-tournament.php.

 

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