Miami Book Fair International
November 16th- 23th, Street Fair November 2st- 23rd. This week long event features an array of author discussing their latest books, book signings, and other events culminating in a two day street fair. For advanced ticket sales and more information, go to miamibookfair.com.
South Dade Health Fair – Free ScreeningsSaturday, November 22nd from 9am to 3pm (Registration ends at 2pm). South Dade residents are invited to attend a Comprehensive Free Health Fair conducted by the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The Health Fair takes place at Branches United Methodist Church, located at 129 SW 5th Ave, Florida City. Read the flyer for a list of services that will be provided and contact information.
Annual Harvest Festival
November 22nd and 23rd. Featuring handmade arts and crafts, live entertainment, car show, kids activities, Santa and much more. The event takes place at the Miami-Dade Fair Expo, located at 10901 Coral Way. Visit miamiharvest.com for tickets and more information.
18th Annual Miracle of 136th Street Parade
Saturday, November 22nd, 4pm. This annual parade at The Falls Shopping Center features marching bands, costumed characters, stilt walkers, a Junkanoo band, bag pipers, Dixieland band, and Santa himself. The festivities continue throughout the evening. For more information, visit simon.com.
Fall Fair at St. Thomas Lutheran Church
Saturday, November 22nd, 9:00am - 5:00pm. Featuring local craft vendors, homemade baked goods, rummage sale, hotdog & hamburger café, and silent auction. Fair proceeds will benefit: Habitat for Humanity, Lutheran Services of Florida, and St Thomas Homeless Ministry. St Thomas Lutheran Church is located at 17700 Old Cutler Rd.
Pinecrest Gardens Nights of Lights
Beginning November 26th through January 3rd from 6pm – 9pm. Stroll through the gardens and delight in the view of over 60 different light displays. The event includes a rotating schedule of entertainment including pony rides, visits from Santa, and story time events. General admission is $5.00. For more information and event schedule, visit pinecrest-fl.gov.
Holiday Events At Southland Mall
November 28th at 8am. 6th Annual Black Friday Balloon Drop. Thousands of ballons drop from the rafters at 8am in the Sears, JC Penney, Macy's Wings & Center Court filled with mall gift cars, store coupons, movie passes and more. The following events take place at Southland Mall. For more information visit mysouthlandmall.com.
Concerned Citizens of Cutler Bay
December 2nd, 7pm. The Concerned Citizens of Cutler Bay will be holding their end of the year Holiday social. This is an opportunity for residents to visit with neighbors and find out more about the organization and our upcoming events. The Concerned Citizens meet the first Tuesday of every month. Meetings take place at 7pm at the Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church, located at 20740 Old Cutler Road. For more information, visit ccofcb.org.
Saturday, December 6th, Florida Rock Stars presents this 3rd Annual Food and Rock Festival at Ludovici Park in Palmetto Bay. The event includes great food, a cash bar, raffle, and great music from Cutler Bay's own “Cutler Stew”, along with Mr. Nice Guy, The Regs, and The Livesays. For advance discount tickets and additional information, visit their website at floridarockstars.com/miami-woodstock.
Holiday Festival at Pinecrest Gardens
December 6th, 11am – 6:30pm. Enjoy this annual Holiday Festival at Pinecrest Gardens. This family event includes food, carolers, live music, theater, train display, puppets, face painters, the lighting of the holiday tree and Santa himself. Admission is $5.00. For more information, visit pinecrest-fl.gov.
38th Annual OCPC Christmas Concert – FREE
Saturday December 7th at 4:00pm (Children's Choir) and 7:30pm (Orchestra). This annual musical event features an array of musical performances for an evening filled with the sights and sounds of the Christmas season. The concert takes place at the Old Cutler Presbyterian Church, located at 14401 Old Cutler Rd. Call 305-238-8121 or visit ocpc.org for more information.
Give Miami Day - Today until MidnightResidents are encouraged to donate today to their favorite charity. Donations of $25.00 or more will receive bonus funds from the Miami Foundation. While there are hundreds of great charities to choose from, we hope you will consider making a donation to the Tropical Audubon Society. For more information, visit the website by midnight tonight givemiamiday.org.
Who Is Lobbying In Our Town
The Town of Cutler Bay has for the first time, published on-line the names of lobbyists registered with the town. See the list of registered lobbyists and the projects they are lobbying for.
Cutler Bay Government Information
For more information about the town's charter, agendas, ordinances, how to contact town officials, the town's website, and more, visit our Cutler Bay Government page.
Town Council Meeting and Agenda
Wednesday, October 15th, 7pm. The meetings take place at Cutler Bay Town Hall, located at 10720 Caribbean Boulevard. You can read the agenda when available at cutlerbay.legistar.com.
Cutler Bay Mini-Bus Information
The Cutler Bay Mini-Bus is in service weekdays from 8:30 am until 5:35 pm. The fare is 25 cents. See the brochure for general route information, approximate arrival times, and a detailed map of individual bus stops. The Cutler Bay local (#200) is also tracked on the County Transit page. Get information on your smartphone at miamidade.gov/transit/mobile/ or download the Miami Dade Transit Tracker app at miamidade.gov/transit/transit-tracker-app.
Watering is not allowed between 10am and 4pm. Odd-numbered street address may water on Wednesdays and/or Saturdays, even numbered addresses Thursdays and/or Sundays. For more information, visit miamidade.gov/waterconservation.
Events At The South Dade Cultural Arts Center
For Ticket / Event information for the South Dade Cultural Arts Center, visit smdcac.org/events.
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