Join the partners of the Magic City Innovation District for a community open house to learn more about the project and to provide input for their future vision.
Art Show featuring the vibrant works of: Isaie ‘Zeek’ Mathias, Belina Wright , Nate Dee, Tavare Hill & Melissa Mitchell
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays: 11am – 5pm. | free to public
There’s more to do and see than meets the eye in Little Haiti!
You’ll meet up with our professional local tour guide at the Little Haiti Caribbean Marketplace and will be led on a 60-minute walking tour that will immerse you in the rich culture and heritage of this historic Miami neighborhood. Following the walking tour, you will learn about and participate in a 45-minute Haitian dance demonstration and get a chance to move your body to the sounds of Haitian music (no rhythm required).
But wait, there’s more! After all the fun dancing, we know you’ll be ready to indulge in some authentic Haitian bites so you will enjoy a delicious Caribbean lunch including jerk chicken, curry goat and rice and beans. Minimum two people per booking. Age 12+.
Get excited and come join us! The Caribbean Market Day will be every Saturday in the Caribbean Marketplace in Little Haiti and will showcase original Afro-Caribbean fashion, cuisine, accessories, jewelry, shoes as well as homeware, natural beauty products, books, music, arts, culture and more. For more info and vendor inquiries email email@example.com
Dade Heritage Trust, with partners Green Mobility Network and Brickell Bikes, invite you to join the group the second Sunday of each month at 10am for a themed bike tour exploring urban Miami. Tours start at Dade Heritage Trust HQ at 190 SE 12 Terrace, unless otherwise noted. Great rides and get to know the beauty and history of Miami! This tour goes to Miami’s Little River Neighborhood. This is a long ride to the upper east side where we will visit an urban farm and studios and more in this eclectic neighborhood founded in 1880!
Magic City Innovation District Foundation has partnered with the Miami Bayside Foundation to provide Small Business Training for minority-owned businesses in the Little Haiti. The 5 week, 10-session program covers such relevant topics as: Establishing a Business, Developing a Business Plan & Projections, Understanding Financial Statements, Basic Accounting, Market Analytics, Marketing Plan & Branding, Digital Marketing, Policies & Procedures, Business Resources and Accessing Capital.
February 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and March 1, 6, 8, 13, 15.
Sounds of Little Haiti is an immersive cultural experience in the heart of Downtown Little Haiti. The free outdoor concert is an opportunity for the Haitian diaspora, local Miamians and tourists to celebrate authentic Haitian culture and it’s influence on the local community.
The night commences at the sounding of the Conch shell of “Neg Maron”(The Maroon). The atmosphere, quickly becomes festive as the DJ spins the musical sounds of Kompa, Zouk and other Caribbean melodies. Vendors seal the experience with offerings of handmade arts, crafts and goods, and the aroma of Haitian cuisine and spices. And best of all guests enjoy the m usical offerings of:
Mecca AKA Grimo
DJ Big Ben
Sounds of Little Haiti is the cultural event to attend at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex. And its every third Friday night!