Free Events This Week in Miami: Bike Rides, Fan Zines, and Little Havana Art Walk

This is the season we've been waiting patiently impatiently for since the boiling heat sapped the last of our summertime good cheer. Now the trade winds are blowing, the humidity has plummeted, and life is pretty perfect.

Sadly, winter weekends fly by in a breeze, but luckily the in-season awesomeness isn't limited to Saturday and Sunday. There are all kinds of fun, free events to get you through the workweek too.

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  • Second-Annual Thanksgiving Paw Drive at Taurus: Few causes are worthier than homeless pups and kitties. Folks at Miami-Dade Animal Services will collect towels, blankets, treats, and sheets for the dogs and cats at the shelter, and they'll have adorable adoptables onsite too.
  • Zine-o-Mania at MDC-MOAD: Explore the world of print fan-zine genres, from politics to musics, with selections from the University of Miami Special Collections.


  • Grove Green Market in the Coconut Grove Playhouse parking lot: The wintertime ode to all things local and artisanal is open for business once again. Hear live tunes, support Coconut Grove businesses, and meet Miami's newest upbeat addition: the Happy Wall.
  • Copyright and Dance at Inkub8: Despite the fact that humans have been dancing since they crawled out of the primordial ooze, music has been protected by copyright law for only a few decades. Join a convo with Cannonball's LegalLink Coordinator, Allyn Ginns, about the ins and outs of the issue.


  • Little Havana Art Walk at the Futurama Building: Forget the touristy madness of Wynwood and head to one of Miami's oft-overlooked artistic neighborhoods. Expect food and entertainment, in addition to the art, to keep you busy.

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