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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.

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