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Free Events This Week in Miami: A Farewell to Arms, Farmers Market, and Planetarium Show

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While the rest of the country impatiently awaits Punxsutawney Phil's informed opinion on the duration of winter, it's a moot point for us. Instead, we can pretty accurately predict sunny skies and 75-degree temps. Ain't life grand in paradise?

And in the spirit of making the most of what this city has to offer, here's a list of free stuff to do this week. Enjoy!

See also: Knight Arts Challenge 2015 Kicked Off This Week at Gramps


  • Knights Art Challenge Q&A at South Miami Community Center: Wanna apply to the Knights Art Challenge? Now is your chance to get the skinny on the application process from Arts Program Officer Tatiana Hernandez.
  • Farmers' Market at Adrienne Arsht Center: Be a good little locavore and stock up on artisanal goods, fruits, veggies, and other healthful staples.
  • Wednesday

  • The French Horn at Lagniappe: Listen to jazz-meets-gypsy-meets-world beats at a chill, New Orleans-style spot.
  • Thursday

  • Poet Andrea Assaf at Miami Beach Botanical Garden: Enjoy the spoken-word stylings of this notable LGBTQ poet.
  • Free admission to PAMM: Jump on this chance to check out the stunning aesthetics of PAMM without sacrificing your coffee money.
  • Friday

  • A Farewell to Arms book club at The Wolfsonian: Chat with other bibliophiles about Hemingway's epic World War I tome.
  • Planetarium show at the Frost Museum of Science: Give the heavens the attention they deserve without the distractions of condo towers and neon lights.
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