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Pop-up, Roaming Performances, and Special Activities

Sunday, November 24 @ 11:00 am

Children’s Alley

300 NE Second Ave., Miami, Fl 33132 United States

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Founded in 2015 by the Mexican American Council (MAC) and under the direction of the world renowned, “Mariachi Los Mora Arriaga,” the Homestead-Miami Mariachi Conservatory (HMMC) is an after-school music program with a special focus on the children of Farmworkers. Recognized as Florida’s premier Mariachi music school, the HMMC has been featured on national TV and performed in the Halls of the U.S. Congress in Washington D.C.

Cirko Teatro presents the local favorite “El show de Enriqueta y Agapito,” a puppet-theatre performance in Spanish that focuses on environmental awareness and kindness toward animals. This participatory experience will engage children, introducing them to a host of four-legged creatures, jugglers, and clowns, and inviting them on an adventure that will teach them about compassion, respect, and love for one another.

Florida International University College of Arts, Science & Education Mobile STEAM Festival will spark your curiosity in planet Earth’s greatest stories.  Join our Mobile STEAM Festival as we put the spirit of discovery in your hands with activities such as air-propelled rockets, marine-focused VR goggles, human electricity circuits, and more!

Where’s Waldo?: A Scavenger Hunt at Miami Book Fair! Join the festival-wide search for the world’s most famous missing person. For the chance to win a deluxe Where’s Waldo? prize pack, pick up a Where’s Waldo? postcard at the Children’s Alley info booth.  Use the postcard to record details about where you spot him. Once you’ve located Waldo in all three of his hiding places, write your name, address, and email on the postcard and submit it at the Children’s Alley info booth. Good luck and good hunting!

Join Encantos Media to read and color from their various book collections: Emmy-nominated, award-winning baby brand Canticos makes learning fun with bilingual books, digital apps, and sing-alongs. Learn about the many cultural wonders of the world through the Tiny Travelers Book Series and their Day of the Dead-inspired collection Skeletitos. Meet Ricky Chickie the Puppet, enjoy a reading from author Susie Jaramillo, and leave Encantos’ culturally inspired tent with stickers, pins, bags, and more!

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Date:
Sunday, November 24
Time:
11:00 am
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Occurrence
Annual

Venue

Children’s Alley
300 NE Second Ave., Miami, Fl 33132 United States
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