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.
Rooftop Yoga and Sunset Meditation at the Westin Colonnade Coral Gables: Upstairs Yoga and JoJo Tea invite you to enjoy a blend of yoga, tea tastings, and meditation. Space is limited. RSVP to email@example.com.
- In the Lobby Lounge at Olympia Theater: Get jazzy with Jonathan Joseph Quartet at the Olympia Theater's monthly music gathering.
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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