Best free things to do in Miami this week 8.-14. November 2021

Dogfish Head Book: 26 years of off-centered adventures Release Party at Dogfish Head Miami

Delaware-based brewery Dogfish Head celebrates the release of its 368-page hardcover book, Dogfish Head Book: 26 years of off-centered adventures, Monday at Dogfish Head Miami. The book is written by co-founders Sam and Mariah Calagione and longtime contributor Andrew Greeley. On Monday, you can meet Calagiones and Greeley at the Wynwood Brewery, where they will sign copies of the book and share stories. The book will also be on sale for $ 35, and guests who purchase a copy will also receive a free Dogfish Head hat. 5pm to 8pm Monday, November 8 at Dogfish Head Miami, 325 NW 24th St., Miami; 305-796-2727; There is free admission.

I’m from Berlin at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus

Earlier this year, playwright and occasionally New Times Contributor Vanessa Garcia debuted her soundtrack I’m from Berlin, about a young girl who embarks on a journey to discover what the fall of the Berlin Wall means to her and how her Cuban exile roots affect her discovery. On Tuesday, Miami Dade College presents two performances of the play on the Wolfson Campus to mark the 32nd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. 2pm and 7pm Tuesday, November 9 at Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, 300 NE Second Ave., Building 1, First Floor, Room 1101, Miami; There is free access with RSVP to [email protected] or call 305-237-3310.

“Call Me If You Get Lost” at Wolfsonian-FIU

Presented as part of Wolfsonian’s Mark Mamolen program series on American homes that explores how design expresses individual personality and social values, “Call Me If You Get Lost” will look at the connection between architecture and identity in black domestic spaces. On Tuesday, Rome Prize winner and University of Miami Assistant Professor Germane Barnes will discuss how the porch has served as a place of celebration, rituals and love among black families. The discussion will be accompanied by a screening of the film You can always come home, and take a closer look at the liberation of blackness in designed spaces. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 9 at Wolfsonian-FIU, 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 305-531-1001; There is free access with RSVP via

CultureFest 305 at HistoryMiami

On Saturday, HistoryMiami celebrates everything that makes Miami remarkable, with its fifth annual CultureFest 305. The party promises a jam-packed day of music, dance, food and art and promises fun for Miami residents of all ages. Expect performances by Clarita Filgueiras & Flamenco Puro Dance Company, Bachaco and Louine’s Louini’s Haitian Dance Theater along with gallery tours, demonstrations and food and beverage vendors. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 at HistoryMiami, 101 W. Flagler St., Miami; 305-375-1492; There is free admission.

The Kitchen Club of Bar Nancy

On Saturday, Kitchen Club Bar takes over Nancy in Little Havana to bring you the best of the 80s new wave, including a Depeche Mode tribute DJ set. The British band is behind hits such as “Enjoy the Silence”, “Strangelove” and “Personal Jesus”. After kl. 12.30 goes the party Classic Kitchen, which brings you all the industrial, EBM, synthpop, darkwave and goth tunes your little black heart could ever desire. 22.00 Saturday, November 13 at Bar Nancy, 2007 SW Eighth St., Miami; There is free admission.

DJ Camilo & Friends at Oasis Wynwood

In a very short time, Oasis Wynwood has become the neighborhood’s party center, thanks to its spacious layout and food and beverage options. If you haven’t checked it out, stop by Sunday when the Queen’s native DJ Camilo comes behind the deck at the outdoor venue. The Roc Nation signer has been spinning since the 1990s and has quickly made a name for himself in the New York City club scene. Currently, Camilo is a personality in the air on NYC’s Hot 97. 7pm Sunday, Nov. 14 at Oasis Wynwood, 2335 N. Miami Ave., Miami; There is free access with RSVP via


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