Free leash-walking workshops will be happening at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. with ABC certified dog-trainer, Rose Lesniak. Bring your newly-acquired dog, or teach your old dog a new trick.
2 p.m. Canine fashion show sponsored by Doggie Bag Cafe and G Girl Productions. Bring your dog in their finest Ruff Lauren and Yves St. Bernard for a chance to win prizes!
While Fido is enjoying dog's day out, you can pamper yourself with donation-based haircuts by the Paul Mitchell school, and eyebrow threading by Brow Obsession by Anarkali. All proceeds will be donated to the Miami Beach Botanical Garden.
Live entertainment and dog sketching by Anastasia The Great.
All leashed dogs with current shots are welcome at the picnic. Check out updates on the Facebook page here and post of pic of your pooch to RSVP.
9 Circles tells the story of an American soldier on trial for his life. The young soldier--honorably discharged but then accused of an unspeakable war crime in Iraq--is forced to navigate a labyrinth of commanding officers, public defenders, preachers, lawyers, and military psychiatrists.
Visit Ground up & Rising for more information. Show runs approximately 80 minutes. Showtimes at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 5 and Sunday, July 6.
7:30 showing on Saturday, July 11.
Friday, July 25 through Friday, August 8
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Opening reception July 25 from 6 to 10 p.m.
Photography Exhibit: La Femme... en Noir et Blanc
This art show by Miami local Henry Perez is a photo study of and about women, capturing their inner and outer beauty in familiar and sometimes peculiar surroundings and circumstances.
The photos are all shot in digital black and white, and have not been doctored or Photoshopped in any way, as a way of preserving their natural, raw state. In the exhibit, each subject or group of subjects is represented by a total of four different images. Most of the subjects have been instrumental in contributing to the surroundings and/or the style of their shoot, as the artist wanted them to feel comfortable and at ease, while he captured the simple joy of being a woman.
Perez states, "I started working on this series about one year ago and have compiled a fairly large amount of images," all of which will be projected onto a large screen during the opening night reception on Friday, July 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. with several 16x24 printed images on display for the duration of the exhibit. All images, as well as a coffee table book, will be available for purchase. Visit Henry Perez's website for more info.