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Bayside Garden
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Hetie Castelo-Branco

There is no way to get bored in Downtown Miami. Besides you getting together with your friends and neighbours all the time, there is always something new to do around downtown.

According to site, In honour of the 10th year, Miami Children’s Museum – MCM - will offer reduced admission of $10 to all Miami-Dade residents for the entire month of September!

September Birthday admission includes access to all the Museum’s many interactive and bi-lingual exhibits, including newest traveling exhibit, Dino Island which transports children back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the earth!

Join Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) to celebrate the tenth birthday on Watson Island home with a biggest birthday party yet! Families will celebrate from10:00 am – 6:00 pm with birthday games, activities, and surprises all based on the number 10!

Throughout the day families will enjoy birthday games including hop-scotch, water balloon toss, three legged races, a MiChiMu Dance Party with different cultural dances and will even learn to count to ten in English, Spanish, Creole, French, Portuguese. No birthday party is complete without balloon animals, face painting and cake!

Friday, September 6th, Join the Tobacco Road kicking-off the epic football weekend with live music, raffles, food trucks & special appearances!

Party begins at 6pm with Tobacco Road’s Happy Hour and continues all night with $2.50 drafts and $3.50 cocktails with purchase of the $10 wristband.

Portions of proceeds go towards Gator Club of Miami’s Scholarship Fund.

Bay Front Park – September 20th – 24th, 2013


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