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| April 18, 2011 |
Lapis Spa at the Fontainebleau Miami Beac
Smith & Wollensky
Miami Sports & Social Club
Miami Poker Society
Miami Food Tours
Cooking Class at the Biltmore Culinary Academy
Homestead’s Fruit & Spice Park
Habitat for Humanity
Lotus House Thrift Shop
Kiteboarding on Key Biscayne through
Vermillion antiques shop
Mireya Mayor’s Pink Boots and a Machete
Dr. Paul George’s City Tours
Vinyl & Kai
Tikki Beach Party Yacht
Poolside at the Mondrian
Kiteboarding on Key Biscayne
1.) Enjoy a long, leisurely day of relaxation and beautifying at the Lapis Spa at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
2.) Use your fashion savvy to help dress women in need: Volunteer for Dress for Success Miami.
3.) Hit up Smith & Wollensky, for cocktails and cruise ship-gazing on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons.
4.) Join the co-ed Miami Sports & Social Club, which organizes soccer, softball, flag football and basketball teams.
5.) Join the Miami Poker Society, where you can compete in No Limit Texas Hold ’Em tournaments nightly.
6.) Go on a walking and eating tour of South Beach through Miami Food Tours.
7.) Take a cooking class (Greek, Italian, Portuguese, et al.) through the Biltmore Culinary Academy at Coral Gables’ Biltmore Hotel.
8.) Book a guided tour of Homestead’s Fruit & Spice Park.
9.) Build a house for someone less fortunate through Habitat for Humanity.
10.) Do a juice cleanse at South Beach’s new Thrive (“The Healthy Raw- Inspired Vegan Experience”) restaurant and juice bar.
11.) Clean out your closet and donate to the Lotus House Thrift Shop, proceeds of which benefit homeless women and children.
12.) Take a kiteboarding lesson on Key Biscayne through TKS Miami.
13.) Shop for vintage wares in the North Miami Beach antiques district across from MOCA, with stores such as Vermillion and Thomas Brillet.
14.) Expand your literary horizons at Books & Books in Coral Gables, where author events like Mireya Mayor’s reading of Pink Boots and a Machete are on slate.
15.) See an independent, foreign or classic film at the Coral Gables Art Cinema.
16.) Go on one of Dr. Paul George’s City Tours, through the Historical Museum of Southern Florida.
17.) Sing karaoke on Thursdays at Vinyl & Kai.
18.) Take a cruise on the Tikki Beach Party Yacht, available for ticketed trips on Fridays and Sundays or private group charters anytime.
19.) Rent a luxurious, 45-passenger disco-themed Party Bus, replete with multiple wet bars, flat-screen TVs, strobe lights and dance poles.
20.) Do something during the (gasp) day, like the Sunday afternoon pool party at the Mondrian.
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