Free Events This Week in Miami: Spanish Class, Rooftop Yoga and Meditation, and a Dusk Pool Party

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Happy Monday, Miamians. This week brings plenty of events, and the best part is they're all free.       

  • Spanish Class at Miami Beach Regional Library: Brush up on beginner-level Spanish at the library's free classes, courtesy of Barry University’s Department of English and Foreign Languages. Call 305-535-4219.
  • Creativity in the Community at the Bass: Fuse art and reading at the Bass' Creativity in the Community, geared toward parents and children in Miami-Dade.


  • Free Exhibit at the Curtiss Mansion: In partnership with the Florida Humanities Council, the Curtiss Mansion will host "Water/Ways," a new traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, through October 22. Visit curtissmansion.org/moms



  • Noctiluca Dusk Pool Party at the Shore Club: Forget Sunday pool parties — head to the Shore Club for its monthly Thursday soiree to swim under the stars. 
  • Transit Talk With Seleta Reynolds at Venture Cafe: Meet Seleta Reynolds, general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation and president of the National Association for City Transportation, to talk about making streets safer and more accessible.


  • Gratitude Fridays at Rina Yoga: Beginning at 6 p.m., take advantage of a free yoga session courtesy of Rina Yoga's Gratitude Fridays. 
  • Free Friday-Evening Guided Tours at the Wolfsonian: Learn more about the museum's collections and related art and design themes during a 45-minute guided tour. 

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