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Free Events This Week in Miami: Everglades Adventures, Yoga, and Marco Rubio

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Happy Presidents' Day! Let's take this day off from work to reflect on the awesomeness of presidents past. Abe Lincoln, for example. That dude could rock a stovepipe while simultaneously making serious inroads for equality. More like him, please.

In honor of our former presidents, here's a bunch of stuff to do this week -- no dead presidents required.

See also: Purvis Young Exhibition Opens at Museum of Contemporary Art


  • Free entry to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks: Commune with nature in celebration of our nation's former leaders.
  • Free entry at PAMM for Metromover riders: Save yourself some gas money and get a look at world-class art.
  • Wednesday

  • Business plan bootcamp at MDC Wolfson: Got a billion-dollar idea? Get your shit together (with professional help) so you can bring in the angel investors.
  • Thursday

  • Free yoga in Peacock Park: Practice your downward dog before summer makes outdoor exercise highly uncomfortable.
  • Friday

  • Sen. Marco Rubio at MDC Wolfson: Whether you love him or (more likely) hate him, now is your chance to give him your two cents as he visits his hometown to chat about his new book.
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