The Fairchild Botanical Gardens is hosting the annual Mango Festival this weekend.
Still Tango Returns
Argentine stars, Oscar Caballero and Roxana Garber along with the dancers of The Tango Times Dance Company present Still Tango, a performance celebrating Argentine Independence Day, on Saturday, July 13 at 8:30 p.m. The show artistically blends traditional Tango with Argentine folk dances with music from a live onstage orchestra led by Anibal Berraute Cuarteto and vocalist Cristina Longo. The show takes place at the Manuel Artime Theater, 900 SW 1st Street. Advance tickets are available at www.tangotimes.us, and are priced at $20- 30; $23- $35 at the door. For additional ticket information, call 305.266.3029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Create the Next Big Game for Dave & Buster's
Dave & Buster’s is asking you to be the next video arcade game master developing by designing the next Pac Man, or Donkey Kong. Just ask yourself, "What’s my big game idea?" Dave & Buster’s has partnered with VH1, MTV and Comedy Central to launch a new contest in search of the ‘Next Big Game.’ The contest runs until July 15, and is open to residents of the continental United States. You can enter the contest online at http://www.NEXTGAME.cc.com.
International Mango Festival
Everyone's favorite fruit, the mango, gets its own festival this weekend at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, (10901 Old Cutler Rd) during the Mango Festival, on July 13-14, during which mango lovers can delight in the succulence of the most decadent fruit. You'll learn how to incorporate mangoes into everyday recipes at the many culinary demonstrations, pick up a new mango tree for your yard, sip on a mango smoothie and let the kids play in the beautiful gardens. For more information, visit: www.fairchildgarden.org.
Mercadito Midtown's New Menu
Mercadito Midtown has launched a new summer menu that highlights seasonal Mexican dishes with a twist. Fresh flavors and summertime ingredients are found throughout the new menu, created by Chef/Partner Patricio Sandoval. Call: (786) 369-0430 for reservations and more information.