Beaux Arts Festival winding down Sunday at UM
The Beaux Arts Festival is back this weekend on the grounds of the University of Miami, it's right across the highway from Coconut Grove and it's worth the trip. There's plenty of free parking and admission is free. We had bad weather on Sunday morning, but it should clear up by last morning and be cooler and sunny and nice.
After a day of rain and wind and a morning of pea soup fog, it turned out to be a perfect day - pleasant with a bright blue sky.
All your food favorites are there - conch fritters, gyros, ice cream, lemonade, and more. And of course there is lots of art to see as you wind around the lakeside paths.
We always run into people we know from the Grove. Miami's oldest art show is continuing Sunday, January 17 from 10 an to 5 pm.
The 65th Annual Beaux Arts Festival of Art features over 220 fine art exhibitors. The festival features live music on the Main-stage tent, the UHealth Family Fun Zone and a variety of dining options, making this event ideal not just for art enthusiasts but for families as well. We watched a fun clown show that was meant for kids, but adults loved it, too.
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