April Events in Miami

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Miami Food Blogger Bake Sale
Saturday April 28
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
South Miami Farmers’ Market
Only 2 weeks to raise funds! 

Miami’s own Renee Joslyn, blogger at Flamingo Musings is the Miami team captain heading up a bake sale to end childhood hunger.  Lots of local businesses and chefs have donated to this wonderful cause with gift cards from Harry’s Pizzeria, Whisk Gourmet Food & Catering, Crave Restaurant and includes a class gift certificate for 2 from Wok Star, that’s me!  Renee, herself has donated a gift basket of her Freakin’ Flamingo’s wonderful micro-batch jams & gift items. (I’ve had the pleasure of tasting numerous jars and now cannot buy commercial ones. I am going to order some for gifts right now!)  There are many ways you can contribute or buy a raffle for a chance to win those gift cards!   Click to see how you can help end child hunger.

 

CELEBRATE EARTH DAY AT SUSTAINATOPIA
April 19-25

Check out the LARGEST Earth Day celebrations with design, food, music, conferences, film series, parties, eco fashion, excursions, authors’ series, art. Many events are free, details here.

Opening Night – Revolution! The Party for Young Social Entrepreneurs
Thursday, April 19
Miami Event Space 
 
Carnivalia on Lincoln Road in South Beach FREE
Saturday April 21 : 7-8pm 
 
Pecha Kucha
Friday, April 20
The Wolfsonian

20 images, 20 second talk will obviously focus on green business and Ecopreneurs and guess what, Roz Gatewood of Ecovation 3, the event partner is a Wok Star! Details here.

 
Rum Renaissance
April 21-22
 

Can’t believe Rum Renaissance is here again!  This wonderful family, Robert & Robin Burr and son, Rob put on the largest rum festival with lots of rum related events throughout the weekend. I don’t even drink rum and went last year and it was pretty fun to see all the shenanigans going on. Details here. 

 

Lunch Hour Movie
premiers at Palm Beach Film Festival
Wednesday, April 18
 

Lunch Hour examines America’s national school lunch program which exposes children to unhealthy, but culturally acceptable foods at a young age.

Anyone who has children need to see this documentary, see the trailer, see the clips and get more information on how to get involved, click here. Join their Facebook page, twitter for latest updates.

This is such an important topic and I hope to get more involved this year. I’ve been invited to teach classes for parents and kids at Cooking with Kids, a school my friend Maria Cummins opened to educate kids and at the same time make cooking fun and healthy.

 

 

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