Best Of Cultural Events In Florida: November 9-November 16

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Best of Cultural Events in Florida November 9-November 16

Best of Cultural Events in Florida November 9-November 16

 

Florida News: Cultural Events To Do November 9-November 16

Get out and experience some cultural activities around the state of Florida between November 9-16 at one of these great events.

1. Downtown Miami Riverwalk Festival and Boat Parade

Head to downtown Miami on Saturday November 10 for the Riverwalk Festival and Boat Parade. This vibrant multicultural event provides local artists and vendors with the opportunity to interact and mingle with residents and visitors in the beautiful and unique setting of the mouth of the Miami River.

  • Highlight: Boat parade
  • When: November 10, 2012 | 10am-4pm
  • Where: 325 – 335 S. Biscayne Blvd. (on the Riverwalk), Miami, FL 33132
  • Cost: Free

2. Festival of the Masters

Downtown Disney’s West Side this weekend will be packed with artists during the Festival of the Masters, an acclaimed art show that consistently ranks among the top 50 outdoor art festivals in the entire world, not just Disney World! Admire the works of over 200 artists while enjoying live entertainment. Your kids will enjoy hands-on children’s activities, view chalk art displays, trade pins and so much more!

  • Highlight: Disney art show!
  • When: November 9-11, 2012 |
  • Where: 1780 E. Buena Vista Dr., Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830
  • Cost: Free

3. Pirate Gathering, St. Augustine

Celebrate the golden age of piracy! Learn all about pirate history in the oldest city in the country during the 5th Annual Pirate Gathering in St. Augustine. There will be historic exhibits to explore, weapon demonstrations and other living reenactments to watch, a privateer parade,pirate battles and, of course, there’s the Buccaneer Bash Ball! Hear stories from days long ago at the Thieves Market. There’s even a play area for little mateys.

  • Highlight: Pirates!
  • When: November 9-11, 2012
  • Where: Frances Field, 29 W Castillo Drive, St. Augustine, Florida
  • Cost: A “buck-an-ear” ($2 for most people)

Tell us…

Which of these cultural events would be most likely to get added on your Florida vacation to do list?