Thursday, September 26
The WMBA presents their Monthly Luncheon at Tropics Grille (2000 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors) from 11:30-12 pm networking, 12-1 Lunch and Introductions. The cost is $20 for WMBA members and $25 for future WMBA members. Lunch will include a full buffet, beverage, and tip all included. Free Parking in the City Lot by City Hall at 2020 Wilton Drive. Please register online at Wiltonmanorsbusinessassociation.com.
Miss Toto announced today that the final Celebrity Deathmatch dance party will take place tonight at The Deck in Wynwood. A first of its kind, the series, founded by Miss Toto, started in December of 2018 and have invited hundreds, month after month, for one night, to forget their troubles, dance, socialize and watch drag artists, local and beyond battle it out in a boxing ring for a title. Celebrity Deathmatch: End Game is taking place from 9pm – 2am. Admission is free.
Friday September 27
Electra returns to the Pub at 9:30pm with her birthday show: better late than never.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA – 770 NE 125th Street) is thrilled to present an expanded event as part of its Jazz at MOCA series including a performance by singer Leslie Cartaya, a panel discussion and O, Miami. Panel Discussion is at 6pm with Jazz at MOCA at 8pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Saturday, September 28
The Pet Project for Pets presents a benefit to raise money for our furry friends entitled “Hoops 4 Hounds” at Sound Bar from 3 to 6pm. You can play as teams or individuals. Please register by calling 954-568-5678 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Key West Tipsy Trolley Tour will be featuring a Pub Crawl from 6-11pm where all profits go to Key West Cares and Hurricane Dorian Bahamas Relief. Tickets are $35 in advance (Sunsetgreen.ticketleap.com) or $40 day of.
Sunday, September 29
The Pub presents “Joyful Noise” a celebration of Gospel Music at 6pm. Join your three hostesses: RaeJean Cox, Candy Cox and Nancy Ross with special guests Charlie V Carter, Verandah Lanai, and West Palm Beach royalty, Melissa St John.
The Grand Resort and Spa will be hosting BearSurrection’s The Ultimate Bear Pool Party on from 1pm-6pm. The party will have food, open bar, music, entertainment and a fashion show. More information about the party can be found on Bearsurrection.com.
Wednesday, October 2
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce will present its second annual Business Community Ally (BCA) Awards at Trulucks Fort Lauderdale from 5:30-7:30pm. This year’s honorees are The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale (Business Ally Award), Michael Berry of Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina (Business Leader Award), Brenda Hartley of Bank United (Impact Award), Tim Hart of R3 Accounting (Advocate Award), Michael Goodman of GPR | Goodman Public Relations (Legacy Award) and Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis (Visionary Award). Tickets are $55 for members and $65 for non-members at FTLchamber.com/bca.
Alibi’s 22nd Anniversary – This weekend
Georgie’s Alibi/Monkey Bar will be celebrating their 22nd anniversary all weekend long from Thursday through Sunday. Thursday starts with the anniversary edition of “What’s The T” hosted by TP Lords, which will include giveaways and free anniversary T-Shirts all night long. On Friday, they feature a special double DJ event featuring resident DJ AJ Reddy along with Drew G. On Drag Brunch Saturdays they feature their entire cast (Shardee, TP, Kitty and Rianna). The Saturday night they feature another Double DJ Event with resident Carlos G and for the first time Ed Wood. On Sunday, their Let’s Get LIT hosted by Missy Meyakie Lepaige features a Bahamas relief drive and giveaways and Free T-shirts all night.
Public Ticket Sale Day for the 2019-2020 season of the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts will be Saturday, October 5, at 10 am. To get tickets and see the season’s entire line-up visit the Kravis Center’s official website at kravis.org or view the season brochure at kravis.org/brochure.
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