I know what you’re thinking… where has 2021 gone, right? It’s like: put on your costume, no. Wait, hang your Christmas stocking. But… Happy New year! And a year that brought much-needed relief from the last one will be over. And we will be expecting 2022 with the highest hopes. But, let’s not get ahead of ourselves, as the merriest of the seasons is only beginning, and we must enjoy every second of it. Miami knows how to rock the holidays. So, as our tradition dictates, here’s a small taste of what you can enjoy -for free or at a low cost -here in our beautiful city.
Miami will be buzzing with costume parties and Halloween events all over the place. But if you’re seeking different kinds of fun, November will be packed with surprises.
Seed Food and Wine Week. From November 3rd until the 7th, the country’s largest all-vegan food and wine festival will happen. This one-of-a-kind event includes cooking demonstrations, speakers, over 200 exhibitors, and many yummy plant-based food and wine tastings. The festival will take place at various locations across Greater Miami & Miami Beach. Are you interested in trying something different? Click on the event’s site for more info: https://www.seedfoodandwine.com/.
Food Trucks Tuesdays at Haulover Park. Speaking about delicious meals, if you’re craving for something more laid back but equally tasty, head over Collins Avenue every Tuesday from 5-9:30 pm. For their get-together at the park, which includes 20 trucks to choose from. You will find 2 Monster Burgers, Los Chamos, 100 montaditos, among many more. Craving for it? Click here for more info: http://miamifoodtrucksevents.com/.
Baynanza 2021 Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day. We all enjoy and take delight in the beauty of our beaches. How about we do something nice to preserve them? Join the crowd this November 6th when thousands of local volunteers show up for the most extensive shoreline cleanup in the Miami-Dade County area. Help the environment and have a terrific time; for more info, click here: https://deeringestate.org/event/baynanza/.
Annual Veteran’s Day Parade. This November 11th, we all have a date to honor our veterans and their service to our beloved country. The parade will return for its 42nd year. Check out what the event is all about here: Veteran’s Day Parade.
Whether pumpkin carving with the family, enjoying a plant-based meal, or cleaning the beach, we hope you make the best of this November. And be ready for a December that promises to be awesome!
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