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Open Registration is Underway for the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center 2023 Summer Arts Conservatory

Miami, FL – The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center is currently registering students for its 2023 Summer Arts Conservatory. This year’s Summer Arts Conservatory presents something old and something new in opportunities for multi-arts learning. AHCAC continues to teach and nurture the next generation of accomplished artists in writing, acting, dancing, music, singing, stage management, and visual arts. Children ages 5-16 can choose from any of these traditional art forms.

Prevent the Spread of Mosquitoes and Fight The Bite

Miami, FL— The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County urging all residents and visitors to protect against mosquito bites as weather gets hotter and wetter. Preventing bites reduces the risk of a person getting infected with a mosquito-borne disease, known as an arbovirus.

Open Registration is Underway for the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center 2023 Summer Arts Conservatory

Miami, FL – The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center is currently registering students for its 2023 Summer Arts Conservatory. This year’s Summer Arts Conservatory presents something old and something new in opportunities for multi-arts learning. AHCAC continues to teach and nurture the next generation of accomplished artists in writing, acting, dancing, music, singing, stage management, and visual arts. Children ages 5-16 can choose from any of these traditional art forms.

M-DCPS Students Gain Valuable Work Experience and Skills in Their Areas of Interest in The Summer Youth Internship Program

In 2017, when Carlos Vazquez was starting up EdTech, this brand-new workforce technology training company, he needed young hard-working talent, willing to conduct research and create virtual toolkits. This hard-working talent also needed to be computer savvy and have great social media skills. Unfortunately, because this was a startup, it needed to be cost effective.

The Children's Trust Commits $23M to Empower Families and Nurture Child Development

Miami, FL – The Children's Trust announced during its Board of Directors meeting on June 12,2023, the release of its latest grant awards benefiting 45 service providers across Miami-Dade County. This substantial annual investment, totaling more than $116 million for the next five years, subject to yearly renewals, aims to create a supportive environment that empowers families and significantly enriches the lives of children across diverse communities. The grant awards support parenting and family strengthening programs now expanded to encompass prenatal to adolescence stages, fatherhood initiatives, and vital mental health services.

The City of Homestead and FIU Raise Awareness About the Importance of Mammogram Breast Screenings

HOMESTEAD, FL. — The City of Homestead and Florida International University (FIU) are raising awareness about the importance of mammogram breast screenings. Breast cancer currently ranks second in cancer fatalities for women, second only to lung cancer. The City of Homestead and FIU believe that the more information and resources they can provide to those who are at risk for breast cancer, the more lives can be saved. 

St. Maarten's Leading Hospitality Group Launches Computer Giveaway

MAHO, St. Maarten – The Maho Group, the leading Caribbean leisure, real estate, gaming and resort company, has launched a new computer donation program to support continued education for staff families. The initiative has seen a donation of 80 personal computers in total provided to current employees of the St. Maarten-based hospitality group since the beginning of May.

Immersing Kids in Caribbean Culture at Anancy Festival 2023 at Island SPACE Caribbean Museum

Plantation, Florida - For a fun-filled finale to Caribbean American Heritage Month this June, families across South Florida are invited to enjoy a day of Caribbean cultural activities, storytelling, mischief and laughter as the annual Anancy Festival returns. On Saturday, June 24, 2023, in celebration of Caribbean-American Heritage Month, Island SPACE Caribbean Museum at the Broward Mall, in association with Jamaicans.com, will host festivities from 11:00am to 5:00pm.

Queen” Maxine Osbourne leads kids in a cultural dance performance at Island SPACE Caribbean Museum. Photo by Eric Greaves

Wyclef Jean to be Honored at Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity Brunch Haitian Heritage Month Edition

Miami, FL. – During Haitian Heritage Month, three-time Grammy Award artist Wyclef Jean will be honored and welcomed to Little Haiti. City of Miami Chairwoman Christine King, Miami Dade County Commissioner Keon Hardemon and the Little Haiti Optimist Club invite culinary enthusiasts to experience the best of Haiti and the islands, for the CHEFS OF THE CARIBBEAN Celebrity Brunch. The event will be held Saturday, May 20th in celebration of Haitian Heritage Month at the iconic Caribbean Marketplace located at 5925 NE 2nd Avenue in the heart of Little Haiti. Festivities begin at 12 noon.

City of Miramar to Unveil Statue of Fastest Man on Earth, Usain Bolt, at Ansin Park

Miramar FL, - The City of Miramar is set to be electrified by the unveiling of a statue in the likeness of the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt. Hailing from Trelawny, Jamaica, the 6’5” athlete, Usain St. Leo Bolt took the world by storm and currently holds the world record in the 100 meters, 200 meters, and 4 × 100 meters relay, making him the most decorated sprint runners of all time.

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