Deep in the heart of Coconut Grove along the shores of Biscayne Bay lies one of our state’s most treasured historic sites: The Barnacle Historic State Park. It was built in 1891 by Commodore Ralph Monroe, who like many early pioneers in Miami, fell in love with the final wild frontier the country had left to offer. Starting this season, The Barnacle will be home to movies on its great lawn and picnic-friendly concerts under the stars. This month, a concert with local band Iko-Iko is scheduled that will allow guests to indulge on home-brought wine & cheese as they enjoy the show. If you want the kids to tag along, there’s plenty of space for them to dance under the pavilion. The Barnacle is also home to an “Old Time Dance” this month. If you’re not ready to swing your partner round and round, they offer lessons before the big dance. Tired of the same candy every year at the same houses? Well, the park also has a great Halloween event for the whole family to enjoy on Oct. 30 from 12 p.m.-4 p.m. There’s also an annual arts festival on the grounds in November which draws local artists and art-lovers alike; FloridaStateParks.org.
When it comes to South Florida’s multigenerational families, few have made a difference Quite Like the Mendelsons have across the arts, culture and world of Brickell real estate development. Their support for Florida Grand Opera started in the 1950’s when it was the Greater Miami Opera Association — born of a love for opera and a desire to ensure its presence For Future Generations.
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