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Urban Oasis Presents Dinner at Sunset Series featuring Chef Pamela Wasabi

Urban Oasis and Chef Pamela Wasabi join forces to bring you a series of Farm-to-Table dinner experiences aiming to elevate awareness about local organic produce and companies, sustainable living, and Plant Based dinning. On Saturday, April 23rd, at Verde Café in Homestead join us for a Farm Tour followed by a five course Mexican inspired Vegan dinner, paired with Counter

Rain Barrel Workshop @ Greynolds Park EarthFest

Come learn how harvesting rain water can help reduce pollution from stormwater runoff, but also provide a supply of free non-chlorinated pH-neutral water for your vegetable garden, prize orchids, potted plants and much more! Recycled plastic, 55or 60-gallon food-grade drums (rain barrels) are available for purchase at $40.00 each. You may purchase rain barrels online

Manna Life Food Grand Opening Brunch

We would love to invite you and your guest to a delcious grand opening celebration for Manna Life Food on Saturday, April 23 from 12:30 – 2:30. Come savor “food from heaven” as we celebrate Earth Day and the opening of Miami’s most anticipated new plant-based eatery. Indulge in complimentary superfood-infused smoothies, fresh cold-pressed juices


Big Blue & You’s annual one-day ArtSea (Art by the Sea) festival brings young people ages 5-18 and their families to waterfront locations around the world where participants create unique art projects focusing on ocean conservation using material from the ocean, recyclable items and a variety of arts and media – all while being filmed

Earth Day at Legion Park

Come celebrate Earth Day with the Upper Eastside Farmers Market, a shoreline clean up starting at 1:PM, a fruit tree giveaway for City of Miami residents, a recylced art contest for kids, a get fit area, free yoga and a pet area.

Cinema Green: Racing Extinction

In Racing Extinction, a team of artists and activists exposes the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way we see the planet. Two worlds drive extinction across the globe, potentially resulting in the loss of half of all species. The international wildlife trade creates bogus markets at the expense of