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Event: PERFORMANCE: FLAMENCO JOURNEY
Event Date: 05/02/15 02:00PM
Contact #: 305-375-1601
Location: 101 West Flagler St
Description: Heritage Spotlight Series artist-in-residence, Clarita Filgueiras and accompanying musicians will demonstrate the diversity of flamenco styles (or palos) during this educational performance of the Spanish art form. Experience the exhilarating music and dance of flamenco while learning about its history, rhythms, costumes, and more. RSVP online or call 305-375-1601.
Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 05/22/15 07:30PM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Oleta River Canoe Tour
Event Date: 05/23/15 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-944-6111
Location: 1855 NE 135th Street
Description: Amidst the hustle and bustle of city life in Miami, the Oleta River is an unchanged beacon for wildlife. Relive the river's historic past with park naturalists as you explore the transition of ecosystems in this natural haven for wading birds, osprey, fish, and the endangered manatee. This trip meets at East Greynolds Park; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Sunset Kayak Adventure
Event Date: 05/23/15 07:00PM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 4000 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Relax on your journey along the shallow waters of Key Biscayne and watch the sun slowly set as you paddle through the unspoiled expanse of the Bear Cut Preserve. The rising moon will light your path as you make your way back through the tropical waters. This trip meets in the Crandon Park Marina.
Event: Sea Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 05/24/15 09:30AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Kayak on the beautiful shallow waters of Key Biscayne and explore the protected areas of the Bear Cut Preserve where land meets the sea. Join us as we paddle out past the sea-grass beds to a 6,000 year old fossil reef to snorkel and observe the tropical fish, spotted eagle rays, sea stars, and coastal birds that share this fragile and unique environment. This trip meets at the Crandon Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Memorial Day Sea Kayak & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 05/25/15 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Kayak on the beautiful shallow waters of Key Biscayne and explore the protected areas of the Bear Cut Preserve where land meets the sea. Join us as we paddle out past the sea-grass beds to a 6,000 year old fossil reef to snorkel and observe the tropical fish, spotted eagle rays, sea stars, and coastal birds that share this fragile and unique environment. This trip meets at the Crandon Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Coral Gables Waterway Canoe Tour
Event Date: 05/25/15 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-662-4124
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Explore the history of Coral Gables in this leisurely paddle through the City Beautiful. This guided tour will teach you the about the delightful blend of unique natural vistas, abundant wildlife, and historic landmarks throughout the Coral gables Waterway as you make your way toward the bay. This trip meets at the A.D. Barnes Park Nature Center, please bring plenty of drinking (at least one quart) water, closed-toe shoes, and protection from the sun.
Event: Introduction to Archery at Crandon Park
Event Date: 05/28/15 04:00PM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Learn about the origins and history of archery as both a sport and tool for survival in this educational and hands-on seminar before being instructed on proper technique. After the lesson, take some practice shots at a target to test your new skills.
Event: Campfire & Owl Walk at Bill Sadowski Park
Event Date: 05/29/15 07:30PM
Contact #: 305-255-4767
Location: 17555 SW 79 Avenue
Description: Enjoy an evening of discovery in the world of owls! Start the night with a presentation all about these nocturnal birds before entering the nature trails to search for them with a guide. See the difference of the park after dark and encounter other nocturnal natives such as raccoons and night spiders. This program meets at the park EcoCenter; please bring comfortable closed-toe shoes, insect repellant, and a flashlight. Feel free to bring your own marshmallows to roast on our campfire following the walk.
Event: Little Rangers - Crandon Park EcoClub
Event Date: 05/30/15 10:00AM
Contact #: 305-361-6767
Location: 6767 Crandon Blvd.
Description: Explore nature through hands-on learning about conservation. Help to keep our beaches clean, learn about sea-turtle and shorebird nesting in Crandon Park along with other native species! This event focuses on learning all about the magnificent mangroves of South Florida. Work on an experiment and then take a walk through our mangrove forest in the Bear Cut Preserve.
Event: Indian Key Canoe & Snorkel Adventure
Event Date: 05/31/15 09:00AM
Contact #: 305-662-4124
Location: 3401 SW 72 Avenue
Description: Join a naturalist guide as you make your way to Indian Key, the first government seat of Miami-Dade County. Arrive to the island by canoe, just as the first settlers did in the 1800ís, and snorkel the clear waters and coral reefs teeming with life. Relive historic events and spend the day exploring the island on foot. This trip meets at the A.D. Barnes Park EcoCenter; please bring plenty of drinking water (at least one quart), closed-toe shoes, protection from the sun, and lunch in a waterproof container.
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