CORAL GABLES GALLERY NIGHT
Friday 7/7 600 pm – 10:00 pm
Coral Gables, Florida
Download the Gallery Night map.
Held the first Friday of the month, Gallery Nights showcase the various works from European and Latin American art masters to outstanding contemporary artists. Be on the lookout for the orange paintbrush on the side of the Trolley and on special Trolley stop signs to find a dedicated Gallery Night Trolley that will loop between Coral Gables galleries and art venues participating on Gallery Night.
CORAL GABLES MUSEUM – GALLERY NIGHT
The Coral Gables Museum offers free admission to all exhibits, an Artisan Market, live music and a cash bar every first Friday of the month in conjunction with Coral Gables Gallery Night.
This month, check out sounds by Andre Bernier.
This five-day extravaganza from July 7-11 is a baseball lover’s dream. Legendary baseball greats Dave Winfield, Octavio “Cookie” Rojas, Benito Santiago, Tony Perez, Derrek Lee, Jeff Conine, Cliff Floyd and Andrew Dawson will all be making appearances. Once you’re done ogling over the kings of the diamond, spend time in the All-Star Dugout, Playground, Video Game Zone and Clubhouse. Collectors, you’ll want to bring your cards and pins for trading or you can try slugging it at the Home Run Derby section. Plus, you don’t want to miss the Marlins memorabilia and artifacts in the Hometown Heroes display.
SUNDAY ALL STAR GAME AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
FAN FEST – PLAY BALL PARK
During the All-Star week festivities, Bayfront Park will be transformed into a Ball Park, complete with baseball diamond and pitching cages. Kids can enjoy tee ball and softball hitting, running around the bases and also wind up and throw pitches. The interactive area is more than one acre and also features baseball clinics and fun interaction with mascots.
PAMM FREE SECOND SATURDAY
Saturday 7/8 – Free second Saturdays
Pérez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132 | 305 375 300
Free Second Saturdays, sponsored by Target, will include special free activities from 1 to 4 p.m., including family-friendly tours and chances for children to create art.
Saturday 7/8 8:30 – 10:00 pm
Manuel Artime Theater
900 SW First St.
Miami, FL 33130
Cost: $25 – $45
A robust culture surrounds the tradition of tango in Argentina, where the world-famous dance was born. To celebrate Argentine Independence Day, Tango Times Dance Company will present Beyond Tango, a multifaceted program of folk dance, bombos drumming, boleadora performances, and poetry to encompass this South American country’s history and soul. The night will culminate in a tango performance by 14 dancers accompanied by an instrumental quartet and vocals by Cristina Longo.