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March is without a doubt the busiest month in Miami, and the first week of the year is proving to be a busy one! From a 20s themed whiskey bash to a party celebrating Ol' Blue Eyes, we've rounded up this week's best events so you don't have to.
Tuesday, March 1st
CORAL WAY– Dust off that flapper dress you bought in 2014 and experience the 1920s at Whiskey Social: Food, Cocktails and Music of the Roaring 20s, presented by Miami Whiskey Mash. There will be a four-course meal and each course will be paired with a classic whisky cocktail. The event is this Tuesday at 7:30pm. Tickets are $120 per person and you can make reservations by calling (305) 345-9868. Neme Gastro Bar, 1259 Coral Way, Miami, FL.
FORT LAUDERDALE– If you haven't tried a barre workout yet, you're missing out! Pure Barre is holding a class in the courtyard of Mellow Mushroom at 7:30pm, presumably for all the girls who don't feel like watching the March Madness games with their boyfriends. Gain back all the calories you lost during the workout by staying afterwards for pizza, drinks, and appetizer specials. The class is only $10 and you can sign up here. 525 N Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Thursday, March 3rd
DOWNTOWN MIAMI– Admit it, we all have an eternal crush on Frank Sinatra. Come celebrate the grand opening of, Sinatra: An American Icon, an exhibit celebrating the famous crooner at HistoryMiami, this Thursday at 7pm. Dance the night away to Frank Sinatra's voice as you sip on his favorite drink, Jack Daniels. Ticket prices range from $45 to $90, and can be purchased here. HistoryMiami, 101 West Flagler St., Miami, Fl.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI– For those who say there are no cool, creative jobs in Miami, definitely check out The Job Flea, an innovative job fair presented by the Arts + Entertainment District, The New Tropic, and the Talent Development Network. Not your typical job fair, this event will feature some of the most upcoming brands hiring in the Miami area, such as Macias Creative, Refresh Miami and Uber. The event is free and runs from 3pm to 8pm. Learn more here. 1440 N Miami Ave., Miami, FL.
Friday, March 4th
WYNWOOD– Treat yourself to a night of relaxation at The Wynwood Yard with a hand-crafted cocktail and live trumpet and guitar jazz sounds by the Jahzel Dotel Trio for Nutritious Nights. A healthy three course dinner curated by one of Miami's most well-known nutritionists, Susan Duprey, follows. Learn about the food you're eating and how to make more health conscious decisions in the future. The event begins at 7:30pm and tickets are $60. They can be purchased here. The Wynwood Yard, 56 NW 29th St., Miami, FL.
WYNWOOD– Part art show, part Wynwood nightlife experience, the Young Artist Initiative brings incredible lineup of musicians, live performances, installations, exhibits, and more to Cafeina Wynwood. The theme for this installment of The Young Artist Initiative is the ever-growing presence of technology and how it has changed our way of life as a society. RSVP here for complimentary admission. Keep in mind that a $10 cover will be charged for guests who arrive after midnight. Cafeina Miami, 297 NW 23rd St., Miami, FL.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI- The Perez Museum's Art of the Party is this weekend and everyone from Miami's art world will be there. Whether you're looking to network or just want to experience amazing art, this gala, which kicks off at 7pm, is a great way to relive the glitz and glamour of Art Basel. Tickets are $750 per guest and the proceeds support PAMM. Be sure to stay for the after party, Remix, at 10:30pm, which will include desserts and dancing. Tickets for Remix are $125 and can be purchased here. Perez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL.
Saturday, March 5th
WYNWOOD– By now, you've probably tried yoga on at least a few occasions, but you've probably never been to a reggae themed class before. Presented by the Wynwood Yard, Skylight Yoga Dub Sessions is a creative approach that incorporates music, body movements and relaxation all into one inspiring session. Afterwards, enjoy Caribbean-themed dishes and drinks. Class starts at 3pm and tickets, which are $22, can be purchased here. The Wynwood Yard, 56 NW 29th St., Miami, FL.
DADELAND- Don't you love that feeling when you're wearing something vintage and people keep asking where you got it, and you have nothing to say but, "Oh, its one-of-a-kind?" You can create more of those moments by attending the Style Market Fashion and Craft Bazaar, which features fashion, art, and more from local designers. This is a great chance to update your wardrobe with some original pieces that you won't find at the mall. The bazaar goes from 12pm to 5pm. Downtown Dadeland, 7250 N Kendall Dr., Miami, FL.