As the benevolent creatures at the City of Miami Beach begin their gradual hike of parking prices, Miamians can gradually start kissing more of their paychecks goodbye. In a noble effort to balance your many expenses, we've compiled another week of free activities to raise your spirits. Book talks, film screenings, and more are just a carpool away.
- Downtown Farmers Market at Arsht Center: Browse a some of the best fresh-farmed produce Miami-Dade has to offer.
- Enrique Fernandez at Books & Books: The Miami Herald columnist will discuss his new book, Cortadito: My Wanderings Through Cuba's Mutilated Yet Resilient Cuisine, a dissertation on Cuban cuisine seen through the author's memories of growing up in Pre-Revolutionary Cuba.
Back To The Future, Part II at Soundscape: Take a trip with Marty McFly to a very different version of 2015...
Spells, Spirits & American Lore at Deering Estate: Head to the opening reception for this exhibit exploring all things macabre and mysterious.
Caffeinated Conversations at Canvas Miami: Join a conversation with Miami-Dade's Confucius Institute and talk Chinese business topics, with brew from Vice City Bean, tea by Orteas Teas, and morning sweets by Mad Chiller.
- Little Accidents at Cosford Cinema: Sundance Film Forward presents this 2015 indie starring Elizabeth Banks and Josh Lucas, followed by a conversation with producer Jason Berman.
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We Are the Giant at Cosford Cinema: Sundance Film Forward presents this powerful 2014 documentary, along with a Q&A from Razan Ghalayini.
Halloween Costume Drive at Batch Gastropub: Donate those gently used kids costumes and grab a complimentary bite from Batch.
Fashion Journeys: A Talk with Designer Felicity Brown at Fashion Project: British fashion designer Brown, known for her extreme couture pieces, will discuss her work inspired and created for people she meets on the road; her travels recently in the American West with the Navajos, exploring Hollywood’s nightlife, and excursions in Nebraska.
FGO Fall Free Concert at the Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment: Don't miss the chance to see members of Florida Grand Opera's prestigious Young Artist Program perform highlights of the upcoming 2015-16 opera season.
- Guillermo J. Grenier & Corinna J. Moebius at Books & Books: Sociology professor Grenier and cultural anthropologist Moebius present their work, A History of Little Havana, which traces the neighborhood's Cuban roots.