Labor Day Weekend at Parrot Jungle, Zoo Miami & More

Labor Day weekend outing ideas

Whether you have children or just want to hang out with friends at night, here are a couple ideas to plan your Labor Day weekend.
Labor Day on Jungle Island: Enjoy a deal at Jungle Island during Labor Day Weekend. From Sept. 3rd to Sept. 5th you can enjoy the animal shows and special guest Judy the elephant for $10. Must show proof of residency. For more information go to
Labor Day at Zoo Miami: It's $5 days at Zoo Miami Sept. 3rd-Sept. 5th. You and the kids can check out the newest exhibit "wacky barn" featuring a petting zoo with miniature and Shetland horses, goats, alpaca, sheep and other animals. For more information go to
The Home Design & Remodeling Show: Are you thinking of remodeling, decorating or just doing some home improvement projects around your house? If so, you'll want to browse around The Home Design and Remodeling Shows at the Miami Beach Convention Center on Sept. 2nd to Sept. 6th. Don't forget to drop by Meteorologist Shiri Spears' kid friendly room designed by Elizabeth Bevan of Interior Spaces of South Florida. Check out for a $2 adult discount coupon.
Lauderdale Spa Chic: Get pampered without breaking the bank during the month of September. Lauderdale Spa Chic is offering those luxury spa treatments for $99 now through September 31st. For a list of participating spas visit

Get Your Funny On: Comedian Bobby Slayton is making his way back into South Florida. You know him from movies like "Get Shorty," "Ed Wood," "Bandits" and "Dreamgirls." He'll be at the Miami Improv this weekend (Thurs. to Sun.) Tickets are $17. To purchase and for show times visit
Miami Spice: It's that time of the year again when more than 100 of Miami's top restaurant offer mouth watering three course meals at a very affordable price. $22 for lunch $35 for dinner. Miami Spice is going on now through Sept. 30th. For a list of participating restaurants visit
Cirque Eloize ID: Cirque du Soleil meets street entertainment in Cirque Eloize ID. The show explores the concept of individuality while combining theatrical music, urban dance, contortionists and more. The show is in town until Sept. 4th. Tickets range from $25 to $85.  For more information visit
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