Check out some of the upcoming activities in South Florida with the NBC 6 Weekend Roundup:
This long holiday weekend, residents across South Florida will be honoring the life and legacy of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Cities in both Miami-Dade and Broward counties will honor Dr. King with events including parades and non-violent marches. The YMCA of South Florida will also be holding their MLK Day of Service in the Allapattah for volunteers to work on numerous projects in the area. Click here for more details.
Art Deco Weekend
The longest-running free community cultural festival in Miami Beach is back! Running from January 18th through the 20th, Art Deco will have over 85 unique events for the entire family. The event will feature live music, art, food, and tons of street entertainment. The Classic Car show is also back, and of course, so is the Bark Deco Dog Show, which will be full of prizes and treats for your furry friends. Click here for more details.
Coconut Grove Block Party
Prism Creative Group has teamed up with Grove Bid to transform Main Highway from Commodore Plaza to Fuller into a block party that is sure to make you fall in love with the Grove even more. This Saturday for 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. guests can enjoy Latin funk and reggae tunes by Locos Por Juana. Plus, some of your favorite eats from Jaguar Hospitality Group and the Spillover will pop out of their storefronts and into the streets. The event is free and open to the public. Bike riders, there will be free bike valet parking just for you. Click here for more details.
Just because it’s not baseball season doesn’t mean you can’t have fun at the ballpark. This weekend, you’ll be able to play golf at Marlins Park. The Miami Marlins have partnered with Stadium Links to transform Marlins Park into a one-of-a-kind nine-hole golf course for three days. Tee times will be offered early morning and ending in the evening. The ballpark lights will illuminate the entire course under the night sky, which could make this a perfect date idea. Click here for more details.