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Free Events This Week in Miami: Everglades, Ikea Opening, and Volleyball School

It's Monday. But on the brighter side of the worst day of the week, we're one week closer to Labor Day weekend.

And after Labor Day weekend, well, we can all pray temperatures drop below three digit RealFeel so we don't shrivel up and die in pools of our own sweat.

On that note, here's some free stuff to make the week fly. Enjoy.

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  • Free entry to national parks: In honor of the National Parks Service's day of birth, entry to all 392 parks (including Everglades National Park and Dry Tortugas National Park) is free today. Now where's the cake?
  • Tour of Adrienne Arsht Center: Check out the lay of the land of one of Miami's most impressive icons.
  • Lady Snowblood screening at Gutter Films: The "blood-spattered cult-classic" is the latest addition to their rape-revenge summer film series. Sake-based cocktail specials are also happening.
  • Wednesday

  • Grand opening at Ikea Miami: FINALLY, you can get your hands on Swedish meatballs and BILLY bookcases without having to hoof it to Sunrise. Oh, and get your face painted. And maybe win prizes.
  • FYXD 305 night ride at Omni Metromover: Check out the city you love on two wheels.
  • Friday

  • Volleyball clinic at Margaret Pace Park: Give your serve some fine tuning so you don't look like a fool at your friend's next beach bash.
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