| Hi there Friends of Redland Region,|
| Here's a few items of interest for those that enjoy a visit to the countryside.|
Country Nite Fridays are fun for the whole family, with great music and good times for all.
| Enjoy a night of down home country fun with free line dancing lessons, good food from the grill and more than 20 beers on draft at Miami Brewing at Schnebly Redland’s Winery.|
- Happy Hour from 4 to 7pm with $1 off all beers.
- From 7:30 to 9:30pm enjoy free line dancing lessons with Helen Alspaugh.
| Kids are welcome. Make plans to meet up with family and friends on Friday Nights for a toe-tapping, heel-busting, old fashioned evening in the countryside.|
Public Meeting regarding the Fruit & Spice Park
| Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava (District 8) invites area residents to attend a public meeting regarding the planning and future development of the Fruit & Spice Park.|
| The meeting will be held at the University of Florida Miami-Dade Extension Building, 18710 SW 288th Street on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 from 6 to 8pm.|
Children's Birthday Parties with The Little Farm
| For a very special interactive birthday party theme, visit The Little Farm's petting zoo, enjoy the pony rides, and tour the farm and butterfly garden. Or, let them bring the gentle animals to your location.|
| Accompany Little Farm friends on the actual farm feeding. Help feed animals, and assist in the milking of the goats. They have a cuddly 36” pony that everyone loves to pet and hug, and a beautiful butterfly garden to explore.|
Learn All About Growing Roses In South Florida
| Miami-Dade's oldest Garden Club meets at the Fruit & Spice Park (SW 248th Street and SW 187th Ave) on the second Thursday each monthly with delightful programs on gardening, plus raffle prizes and home cooked delicacies to share.|
| Do you think it's difficult to grow roses in South Florida? Learn tips and tricks from the pros and expert home gardeners at the next meeting of the South Dade Garden Club.|
Christmas with Rockapella at the Seminole Theatre
| It’s now a Christmas tradition at the Seminole Theatre as Rockapella returns with all your holiday favorites, complete with smooth moves, funny interludes, and of course their tight a capella harmonies, at the Seminole Theatre in downtown Homestead at 8pm.|
| They’ve become one of the world’s most sophisticated, lasting, and imitated vocal groups around today. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more influential group out there in this new era of network television a cappella shows like NBC’s The Sing-Off, movies like Pitch Perfect, and innumerable college vocal groups that own the corner of cool on campuses everywhere.|
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