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Wednesday, October 28th
DESIGN DISTRICT—Need to destress? Grab your yoga mat and head over to YogaArt Rocks at the Palm Court in the Design District this Wednesday at 6pm. Tickets are only $35 per person and it includes live music by the New World Symphony, healthy treats, and beverages. This event marks the start of an ongoing tradition; every fourth Wednesday of the month you can experience yoga like never before, so grab your tickets here and make funky yoga your new hobby. Design District, 140 NE 39th St, Miami, FL.
Thursday, October 29th
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT— S'mores, chocolates, fine coffee, and a toasty bonfire will be waiting for you at S'mores Under the Moonlight this Thursday. In addition to all the food and sweets, hand-crafted organic cocktails will be available while Spam Allstars and Javier Garcia perform your favorite tunes, but on the off chance you're in the mood for some comforting grub instead, MV MY Food Truck and Ms. Cheezious will be there to serve you. The event runs from 7 to 10pm at Canvas Miami, and admission is free. All you have to do is register here and you're on your way! Canvas Miami, 90 NE 17th St., Miami, FL.
MORNINGSIDE—TGIT is taken to a whole another level at HINT Miami, a chic little boutique on Biscayne. Head over for night of shopping, champagne, hors d'oeuvres, and personal styling services at Battling in Style, benefitting breast cancer awareness. So grab your gals and head over to at 6pm to treat yo self. HINT Miami, 6301 Biscayne Blvd, Ste 103, Miami, FL.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI— Also benefitting breast cancer awareness, this time the Noreen Fraser Foundation, is the film premiere of "The Storm Inside the Castañet," a short film chronicling local influencer Angeles Almuna's current battle. It's a short film and there will be a short artist's chat with the director, Carlos Devarona, following. The event begins at 10pm at Libertine, a cool new speakeasy that opened next to Space. Libertine, 40 NE 11th St., Miami, FL.
Friday, October 30th
BISCAYNE—Missed out on Bay Skate last month due to the rain? Don't worry, the pop-up roller rink with a view is back this week for an extra special edition. You can enjoy the family skate session from 5pm-7pm, or skate with your date during the second session from 7pm-12am. With an eclectic range of music and food and drinks, this is the perfect way to spend your Halloween eve. It's encouraged to bring your own gear and skates, but limited rentals are available if needed. Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL.
Saturday, October 31st
Sunday, November 1st
WYNWOOD—The morning after Halloween is always rough, but R House Wynwood has figured out the perfect remedy for your hangover: Brunch! So drag your friends to Drag Brunch this Sunday at 11:30am for unlimited food, bottomless drinks, and endless gossip about the night before. Make your reservations quickly! R House Wynwood, 2727 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL.
Monday, November 2nd
FORT LAUDERDALE—If you're still in the Halloween spirit after this weekend, South Florida Day of the Dead Celebration is just what you need. The sixth annual event kicks off at 4pm and the skeleton-inspired celebration is centered around Fort Lauderdale's Riverwalk, Revolution Live, and Fort Lauderdale History Center in downtown Fort Lauderdale. At each stop, there will be different activities, exhibitions, and food trucks for you to enjoy, all in the spirit of celebrating those who have passed. It's the biggest party happening Monday night. Don't miss it! Fort Lauderdale, 32 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
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