Sunny Isle Beach Fall Cultural Event Trips Resident Registration Begins August 8

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Sunny Isles Beach Fall Cultural Event Trips go on sale for residents on Monday, August 8, 2016. Sign up early and get a choice of great musicals, festivals, sporting events and shopping.

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Sunny Isles Beach Fall Cultural Event Trips go on sale for residents on Monday, August 8, 2016. Sign up early and get a choice of great musicals, festivals, sporting events and shopping.

Start off on Sunday, September 11 with a day exploring next year’s car models at the Miami International Auto Show in Miami Beach. View the special collection on display of convertibles through the years. Next, step up to the plate for Seniors Night (55 and older) at Marlins Park on September 22. Great seats are waiting for you in the Baseline Reserved Section.

October begins with a trip on Sunday, October 9, to see the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning modern opera, RENT performed at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Then on Sunday, October 16 travel back to the musical era of the 1930s and 1940s with Swing! Swing! Swing! at the Stage Door Theatre in Coral Springs.

November brings cooler evenings and the return of our snowbird friends. On Sunday, November 13 jump on the bus at 9:00 am and spend the day at TY Park in Hollywood for Camelot Days Medieval Festival. If shopping is more your style, two days later on November 15, get back on the bus and ride up to Sunrise for a day of exploring Sawgrass Mills Mall.

To sign up for trips, visit the reception desks of Pelican Community Park (18115 North Bay Road) or the Government Center at 18070 Collins Avenue. For information about Sunny Isles Beach cultural trips, tune to SIBTV on Atlantic Broadband Channel 77 (107-5) or ATT&T U-verse Channel 99. Details can also be found on sibfl.net, or by following the City on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook (@CityofSIB). Or sign up for email reminders, eSIBi alerts, from the City in the Notify Me section of the home page of sibfl.net. For questions, please contact Cultural and Community Services at 305.792.1706.

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