- The Anderson Opening at the Anderson: Go totally '80s at the new bar located at the former Magnum Lounge on NE 79th Street.
- "Art & Sole: Fantasy Shoes From the Jane Gershon Weitzman Collection" at bassX: This new exhibition features more than 150 of the most inventive examples of artist-designed fantasy art footwear found in New York's Stuart Weitzman store on Madison Avenue.
- “Symbols of Freedom: The Power of Revolution” at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex: Catch contemporary Haitian painter Florestal Evans' work before her exhibit closes this weekend.
Rentat SoundScape: Sing along under the stars to the film version of Jonathan Larson's beloved musical.
- Nerd Nite at Gramps: Let your geek flag fly at the latest gathering, featuring presentations on the everyday effects of climate change, why so many of us suck at learning other languages, and the evolution and biodiversity of (actual) assholes.
- YoungArts Miami 2016 Winners at YoungArts: This series of performances, exhibitions, writers’ readings, and film screenings features the nation's most promising young artists.
- Coffee Shop: Brews & Tunes at the Wynwood Yard: Sip creations by Mister Block Cafe, Per'La Specialty Roasters, the THX Co., Palmar Coffee Co., and Mad Chiller while grooving with musicians Jacob Jeffries, Brendan O'Hara, and Yoli Mayor.
- Dance Band Night at North Beach Bandshell: Catch Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Cha’s for a night of music out of the bayou, plus a dance lesson from
Jarenethe Zydeco Queen.
- Free Guided Tour at the Wolfsonian: Explore the museum's latest exhibitions, including "Cuba: From Gunboat Diplomacy to Good Neighbor Policy," which explores the history of America's foreign policy with Cuba over the 20th Century.
- Tooning Into Election 2016 at Books & Books: Join five Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonists as they discuss and live-illustrate. Among them are Jim Morin of the Miami Herald, Joel Pett of the Lexington Herald Leader, Steve Benson of the Arizona Republic, Ann Telnaes of the Washington Post, and Paul Szep, formerly of the Boston Globe.