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Free Events This Week in Miami: Stitch 'n' Bitch, Aerial Cuba, and Transportation Talk

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Thanks Martin Luther King Jr. In addition to being one of the most inspirational human beings to ever grace the planet, you ensured that the struggle for equal rights will always be commemorated.

In honor of the hero himself, go out and make the most of this free day. And while you're at it, line up a schedule for the rest of the week. We've got plenty of options -- all of which are easy on the wallet.

See also: "Poetry That Breaks Silence" Honors Martin Luther King's Dream


  • Free entry to Biscayne National Park: Hit up the largest marine park in the National Parks system, courtesy of Uncle Sam.
  • Wednesday

  • Stitch 'n' Bitch at The Freehand: Cocktails and crochet. 'Cuz sexy swimsuits don't make themselves.
  • Concert with New World Fellows at ArtCenter South Florida: Listen to an impromptu, orchestral jam session of sorts -- all going down in an art gallery.
  • Thursday

  • Transportation Summit at MDC Wolfson: When it comes to transportation issues, it's no secret that Miami needs some serious assistance. Make your voice heard and learn a little bit about potential options from city leaders and other in-the-know folks.
  • Friday

  • Guided tour of the The Wolfsonian: Check out the current lineup at this eclectic collection. With more than 120,000 objects, your mind will be blown.
  • Marius Jovaisa on "Unseen Cuba" at Books & Books: Hear this bestselling author talk about his groundbreaking photos. As the first artist ever to receive permission from Cuban leaders to fly over and photograph the country, he's got stories.
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