September is fading fast and that means the holiday season is within sight on the horizon. We look forward to that first cool weather in October for a great excuse to stroll around downtown Coral Gables.
Allow us to present the usual embarrassment of cultural riches in the coming days in our little city — this week’s list of Great Gables Events.
Robert and Robin Burr
Oktoberfest brings Annual Celebration
Come out to the Bierhaus Plaza for Fritz & Franz’s annual, beer, food and live music festival to celebrate the tradition of Oktoberfest returns to Downtown Coral Gables from September 27 to October 7 on Thursday through Sunday until October 7. https://myoktoberfestmiami.com/
Friday – Venice In The Gables – Live Auction
The City of Coral Gables will auction 15 eight foot artist replicas of Venetian Posts on Friday, September 28 at 6pm at the Coral Gables Museum Plaza. Guests are invited to participate in the auction, with opening bids starting at $3,500. https://www.coralgables.com/news/coral-gables-bids-farewell-to-venice-in-the-gables-with-live-auction
Friday – Frost Choral Studies – Choralcopia
Join the Frost Choral Studies program as they present Choralcopia – an early harvest of American choral music, starting at 7:30am at Gusman Hall, highlighting works by modern American composers Stephen Chatman, Stephen Paulus, René Clausen, and more. https://frost-music-live.miami.edu/
Monday – A Star Is Born: Sneak Peek at Cosford
In this new take on the tragic love story, Bradley Cooper plays seasoned musician Jackson Maine, who discovers — and falls in love with — struggling artist Ally (Gaga). This is a free sneak peek screening of the film. Doors will open at 8:15pm and the film will start promptly at 9pm. Seating is not guaranteed. Please arrive early to get a seat. Cosford Cinema is located on the second floor of the Memorial Classroom building on UM campus. Cash only. Call 305-284-4861. http://www.cosfordcinema.com
Sacred Ground: Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery
For the first time in history, “Sacred Ground” brings to the public eye a selection of documents and objects from the archives and grounds of Lincoln Memorial Park, one of Miami’s most historically relevant cemeteries, which fell into disrepair for nearly a century. The exhibit continues at Coral Gables Museum through November 6. Museum members pay $10 and general public, $15 at the door. The Coral Gables Museum is located at 285 Aragon. Call 305-603-8067. http://www.coralgablesmuseum.org
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