Free Events This Week in Miami: Boot Camp, We Could Be Heroes, and African Dance

There are two ways of looking at this week: one, a sad end to holiday revelry and dreaded start to drudgery or two, a thrilling beginning to a fresh new year.

Let's try and go with the latter, shall we?

There's no better time than now to save your shekels and use it instead to embark on all those amazing life changes you recently promised yourself. We want to help, so here's a bunch of free stuff to do this week.

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  • Free boot camp classes at Tropical Park: Get your ass kicked by some tough and muscled veterans on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m. Ten-hut!
  • Tuesday

  • PAMM Under Construction at FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios: Check out a chronicle of the construction of Miami's downtown gem via stunning photography by Daniel Azoulay.
  • Wednesday

  • The French Horn at Lagniappe: Listen to tunes by Miami's eclectic conglomeration of musicians. From old school jazz to gypsy classics, theirs is a unique, international sound.
  • Thursday

  • We Could Be Heroes closing reception at Eleazer Delgado Studios: Don't miss your last chance to get a look at a unique exhibition that asked nine artists to express what it means to be a hero. Wine and cheese and cultural camaraderie.
  • African dance at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center: Instead of the usual yoga or spinning, jazz up your exercise routine with a little African dance action.
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