What to do with kids in Miami June 3-9
What to do with kids in Miami June 3-9: MunchkinFun.com's top weekly picks
Welcome to Miami's kid calendar! Lots of fun on tap this week- sign up for our newsletter (we're closing in on 10,000 subscribers!) for up-to-the-minute events, classes & family-friendly fun throughout South Florida. Hope everyone had a great weekend!
Get crafty at the monthly Lego model build in Aventura, treat budding musicians to a Mozart for kids concert in the Gables, explore the ins & outs of the ocean at National Geographic Little Explorers: World Ocean Day or celebrate the grand opening of Dino Island. Get all the info here.
Lots of love for moms-to-be this week. Check out an expectant parent dinner in South Miami, test the waters in a new parent class in West Kendall, explore the ins and outs of homebirth in Midtown or check out Munchkin Fun’s list of maternity resources. Get all the info here.
Dote on Dad
Get a jumpstart on Father’s Day love with a What Daddy Did Today storytime in the Gables, have a daddy & me discover dinosaurs date at MCM, celebrate Father’s Day in Kendale Lakes or treat dad & his little one to a family pizza making class (click here to win free tickets). Get all the info here.
Treat teachers to a freebies at Jungle Island’s South Florida Teachers Weekend, travel back in time with HistoryMiami’s family fun day, get fit with Let’s Move at the Coconut Grove library or sip a celebration tea at Fairchild. Start planning here.
See and Do
- Flamenco legend Antonio Canales performs with 'Siudy Between Worlds' at the Arsht Center
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- PAMM hosts monthly Free Second Saturdays event
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- Coral Gables Museum hosts 'The Big One', a collection of Hurricane Andrew photos
- Copperbridge festival of Cuban culture in Miami offers engagement with island artists
- Stage Door explores the songs of the 1960s with ‘What’s New Pussycat?’