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The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County proudly announce FALL FOR THE ARTS FESTIVAL, with presenting sponsor John S. and James L. Knight Foundation—a free festival transforming the Adrienne Arsht Center into Miami’s town square and creating an opportunity for the community to experience, enjoy, and engage with the best of Miami’s arts organizations. All local arts organizations have been invited to join together in an effort to celebrate South Florida’s thriving arts scene and preview the diverse array of Miami’s arts offerings for the coming season. Furthermore, FALL FOR THE ARTS FESTIVAL also includes a significant community service component, with local community service agencies invited to participate and share information about their programming and volunteer opportunities, all at no cost to each participating organization.
From 12 noon to 6 p.m. the FALL FOR THE ARTS FESTIVAL experience will feature two performance stages, booths representing a wide variety of Miami-Dade arts and community service organizations, street food vendors, children’s activities, and community service seminars to address community-based issues such as ecology/conservation, community growth, education, and human services.
Coinciding with the festival, single tickets for a tremendous selection of more than 30 Adrienne Arsht Center shows will go on sale for the very first time, and available for purchase in person with no ticket fees!
Interested non-profit organizations can download an application form starting July 23, 2010, at arshtcenter.org/fall
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