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What You'll Get
- Festival features live music, dance, and art from around the world, plus international cuisine from local restaurants
- Cuisine sponsors include El Warike Peruvian Cuisine, Jose's Real Cuban Food, Zildjian Catering, and Beck's Restaurant
- Performers include Ya Salaam, Swagger It Out, Thomas Carabasi World Fusion Ensemble, and Project Flamenco
- Call for a chance to create original artwork to be projected on the planetarium dome (work created during the event will be projected from 9 p.m.–10 p.m.)
- Children's arts and crafts activities
- Beer and wine available for purchase
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 15, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Valid only on 10/15. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About South Florida Museum
Florida has long been a source of fascination for scientists and explorers, who have searched the Sunshine State for everything from fossilized mammals to gold. The state's natural riches are rivaled only by the cultures that have sprung up around them, and both are on full display at South Florida Museum.
The museum's first floor starts at the very beginning, with fossil evidence of Florida's earliest marine and mammal inhabitants. These fossils eventually make way for archaeological material from cultures that predate European contact. Special exhibits often fill out the museum with unique artifacts ranging from prehistoric artifacts to Penny Hardaway's fossilized high tops. As if that weren't enough, the museum also shares a campus with the Bishop Planetarium and the Parker Manatee Aquarium, where guests can observe and learn about the beloved sea cow. And the museum is also home to Snooty, the world's oldest known manatee.