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#WorkoutWednesday at CityPlace Doral
Join CityPlace Doral tenants and local fitness influencers for #WorkoutWednesdays each week in the plaza. To kick off the series, CycleBar will host an outdoor class with local influencer to get your heart pumping and endorphins flowing. Participate in a heart-pumping, fun and energetic 60-minute workout class every Wednesday. Enjoy complimentary swag from CycleBar and treats from CityPlace Doral eateries during the event. January 23: Cycle with @CycleBarDoral ---- Reserve your bike here: []. January 30: Yoga with @FitnessHubDoral. February 6: Zumba with @MariaElena_Fitness. February 13: KardioYoga with Paola Gonzalez @KardioYoga. February 20: Cycle with @CycleBarDoral ---- Reserve your bike here: []. February 27: TBA. March 6: TBA. Complimentary water will be provided, bring your own mat & towel. To reserve your spot visit
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Yoga/Pilates/Tai Chi
*Gratis* Clase de Yoga Vinyasa en Español
Refresca tu mente, cuerpo y alma en nuestra Clase de Yoga Vinyasa en Español Sin Costo. Estudiantes coordinan el movimiento con la respiración para fluir de una postura a la siguiente. Vinyasa yoga nos pone en movimiento, entrena la mente y nos enseña a cuidarnos a nosotros mismos. Clases empiezan 5 de Septiembre de 6:30 a 7:45 PM. Clases serian el 1er y 3er miércoles de cada mes. Instuctora: Daniela Vieira (@souluniverso). Refresh your mind, body, and soul. at our free Spanish Vinyasa Yoga Class. Students coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Vinyasa yoga gets us moving, trains the mind, and teaches us how to care for ourselves. Classes begin September 5th from 6:30 - 7:45 PM. and will be held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Cerified Instuctor: Daniela Vieira (@souluniverso).
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Choral, Classical, Cover/Tribute Band/Performer
“A Celebration of Life, Love and Music” with Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus Honoring 100 Years of Leonard Bernstein and the Legacy of Matthew Shepard
The Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus (FTLGMC) is honoring the 100 years of American Composer Leonard Bernstein and the legacy of Matthew Shepard – a college student who more than two decades ago was the victim of a brutal gay-hate murder – during “A Celebration of Life, Love and Music” performance on Sunday, March 17 at 5 p.m. from the All Saints Episcopal Church in Fort Lauderdale. A portion of show proceeds will benefit the Matthew Shepard Foundation. While a significant portion of the evening showcases the prolific works of Bernstein, the Chorus is dedicating “Changing Hearts,” a special, six-piece collection, to Shepard and others who have been the victims of gay-hate crimes. The set features songs from some of Bernstein’s renowned Broadway musicals such as West Side Story, On the Town and Candidae. Scenes from The Laramie Project, a play that debuted in 2000 by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project about the reaction of Shepard’s death, are being interspersed with the evening’s musical selections: Tonight; Something’s Coming; One Hand, One Heart; I Can Cook Too and Make Our Garden Grow. Funding for the Fort Lauderdale Gay Men’s Chorus is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council. General admission tickets are $25 and VIP tickets with priority seating are priced at $40, plus a small service fee. Tickets are available for purchase online at or by calling (954) 832-0060.
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Gallery, Art Show, Mixed Media, Museum, Multimedia
“Impressions: The New Aesthetic”
Organized and curated by ArtServe, South Florida’s award-winning arts services organization, “Impressions: The New Aesthetic” is Fort Lauderdale’s preeminent exhibition of modern and contemporary art from artists across Florida. The mixed-media exhibition features original artwork in a variety of mediums, transforming the nearly 100-year-old Bonnet House into a celebration of art in all of its forms. All of the artwork in the “Impressions” exhibition is available for purchase with 50 percent of the proceeds benefitting the ongoing historic preservation of Bonnet House and its cultural programming, which reaches more than 70,000 visitors and 8,000 area youth annually. “Impressions” offers an immersive art experience for new and experienced collectors alike, featuring interactive sensory events, engaging art installations, video projections, live painting and music, performance art and more. Light bites and drinks are generously provided by A Alexander Event Catering. During the reception, guests and participating artists are invited to cast votes for their favorite artworks and the artist with the highest number of votes will be recognized with the People’s Choice Award.
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¿Qué Pasa Improv?
Are you ready for some bilingual comedy action? Straight from Miami comes ¡Qué Pasa Improv! - Just the Funny Improv Comedy’s in-house Latino team. From their infectious, high-energy sets to their signature Telenovela format, QPI is set to bring it on. ¿No hablas español? No problem! Spanglish is the name of the game and QPI is here to serve it right.
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1 Million Cups - Miami
Let’s start caffeinating our Miami entrepreneurs. During the 2018 Global Entrepreneurship Week, we are excited to launch 1 Million Cups Miami on Nov. 14, a free educational program supported by the Kauffman Foundation, that helps entrepreneurs network and get connected with their community. We are launching the Miami chapter with an amazing group of partners: Radical Partners, Refresh Miami, Space called Tribe and WIN Lab Miami. 1 Million Cups Miami is an open space for entrepreneurs to present their startup companies to the local community and get support to help their business flourish. #1MCMiami is a bi-weekly event sponsored by the Knight Foundation and hosted at The Idea Center at Miami Dade College.
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1-Day Meditation Workshop
1 of a series of 3 one-day workshops addressing the elements that turn meditation practice into a functional tool for enjoyable living. In this session your learn to heal and empower the subconscious mind to overcome fear, doubt, low self-esteem, abandonment, and other emotions that haunt you and bring your emotional balance to low functioning levels you might battle daily. Bring a yoga mat, your favorite socks and an attitude of adventure; you will go home with tools you will use daily, attracted to the practice by immediate results of mental well being and emotional recovery.
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10,000 Maniacs
In 2016, 10,000 Maniacs marked their 35th anniversary; keyboardist Dennis Drew and bassist Steven Gustafson remain from the 1981 lineup, when they formed in Jamestown, NY, as Still Life. They're still best known for their hit albums of the late '80s and early '90s, "In My Tribe" and "Blind Man's Zoo," when Natalie Merchant (who left in 1993) was singing lead. The current lineup also includes singer Mary Ramsey, drummer Jerry Augustyniak and guitarist Jeff Erickson; they released their latest studio album, "Twice Told Tales," in 2015, and a live recording, "Playing Favorites," in 2016.
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Community Event
11 Things I Can Learn From a Sex Worker
11 things is a cultural pop-up event designed to provide you with raw unadulterated insight from professionals working in various sex industries. This judgement free safe space is your chance to be as inquisitive as you'd like about everything and anything, all while tearing down the walls associated with sex and shame. You'll leave with tips and tricks on how to supercharge your sex life, tools to communicate more effectively with partner(s): - "My Kinda Sex" Workbook. - Talk with sex workers about sexuality. - Q+A with a sex therapist to gain a more promising sex life. - Open-minded discussion with a Reverend about sexuality and values. - Free food and drinks. - After party drinks for the first ten people that sign up.
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11th Annual FIU Medical School Informational Forum
The FIU Office of Pre-Health Professions Advising & The FIU Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine invite you to learn everything you need to know about becoming a physician from high school to medical school. Who should attend? Students interested in a career in medicine. Family & friends are welcome. Have you ever wondered: What courses should you take in high school? What courses should you take in college? What else do you need to do to prepare for medical school? How do you apply to medical school? How long will it take to get a medical degree? How will you finance a medical education? How do you become a specialist (surgeon, pediatrician, etc.)? How does the route to becoming a physician in the US differ from the route in other countries? RSVP at
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