Things to Do Miami – August ’18

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Masterclass in Sushi and Dinner at Chotto Matte

 

By Jennifer Agress and Yours Truly

August is the time to do something different, and we’ve got the things to do. How about a still-life workshop in oil painting from the Dutch Golden Age, Master Nikkei sushi making class and dinner at Chotto Matte tomorrow, or cigar rolling class in Little Havana? And then there’s the first-ever South Beach Mango Festival with Chef Alan Susser, a super fun National Rum Day beach bash, and flamenco and international ballet festivals. Try one of the events. We love them—and we think you will, too!

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A Perfect Thing to do in Summer

A perfect thing to do in summer and with guests from out of town is a unique sunset cruise called Seabirds on the Bay. And there’s not only one coming up July 27, but it’s a full moon cruise!Thanks to a tip from a loyal reader and good friend, Francinelee, I found out about this gem of an outing. And by the way, be sure to scroll down to the end of every blogpost and see the images from Instagram, some exciting ones that don’t make their way into the blog since there are only two posts a week.
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July Events for All Tastes

July in Miami is going to be a great one! From the first-ever PARAISO at FUNKSHION event for Miami Swim Week, a five-day festival honoring Ernest Hemingway and a Cuban music concert, to the 20th Annual Mango Brunch, Shakespeare by the Sea and more, there’s so much to do and see. On top of that, we’ve rounded up a bunch of year-round activities that we think would make an excellent addition to your summer to-do list.
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Sensatia – Not to Be Missed!

Cabaret meets burlesque, meets Cirque de Soleil, with audience dancing too. That’s the new, not to be missed show Sensatia at the Faena Hotel. Presented in Faena Theater in collaboration with Quixotic, a performance collective, it fuses film, live music, impressive acrobatics, aerialist choreography, projection mapping, and culinary arts in an intimate theater where performers interact with guests.
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