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Autumn festival and presentation of a book about an American journalist in the USSR: how to spend a weekend in Miami (October 22-24)

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What: The Horrorland car ride

When: Friday, October 22, from 19:00

Where: Aventura Mall, Corner of Country Club Rd / Abigail Rd across from Aventura Mall 19501 Biscayne Boulevard Aventura, FL 33180

More: For the second year in a row, the haunted house has been one of the top Halloween attractions in South Florida. This time, you will find cutting-edge props, theatrical sets, quality makeup, stunning special effects, special themes and details, created to experience the most terrifying Halloween ever.

The Haunted Horrorland is a recommended family activity for adults and children. Babies under 10 years old must be supervised by their parents. The ticket price is indicated for the car, not for the person.

Cost: $ 68


What: Miami Autumn Festival

When: Saturday, October 23, from 11:00

Where: 1911 NE Miami Ct 1911 Northeast Miami Court Miami, FL 33137

More: Every year US cities come to life and start to play with new colors thanks to the autumn festivals. Invite your friends and the whole family to visit one of them - here everyone will surely find entertainment to their liking.

Cost: $ 30


What: Howl-O-Ween in Miami

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When: Saturday, October 23, from 16:00

Where: Cielito Artisan Pops 2750 Northwest 3rd Avenue #Suite 20A Miami, FL 33127

More: Howl-O-Ween is around the corner, so get your costumes ready and join the party. Everyone can take part in the competition, enjoy different delicacies, buy interesting souvenirs and gifts from local sellers, and much more.

Cost: Free options


What: Virtual concert

When: Saturday, October 23, from 18:00

Where: Online

More: The Toronto Symphony opens the season of works by Tchaikovsky, Bach and Alice Ho. Guest violinist Igor Pikaisen enchants with his virtuoso playing. If you missed concerts, but are still afraid to visit crowded places, then this event is definitely for you.

Cost: $ 19


What: Screening of the cartoon "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

When: Saturday, October 23, from 19:00

Where: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Headquarters 9300 Northwest 41st Street Doral, FL 33178

More: This musical tells the story of a Halloween city whose residents are busy scaring people on the eve of All Saints' Day. When the next Halloween has died down, the two-faced (literally) mayor of the city distributes prizes to everyone for the best tricks and antics, but only the main character, Jack Skellington, is not happy. He is the main one at this holiday, children are equal to him. Witches and a sea monster of an indeterminate sex are in love with him, the whole city looks at him with adoration. But he was tired of these monotonous holidays. Thinking about this, Jack, in the company of his ghostly dog ​​named Ziro, wanders into a strange magic clearing outside the city. Its territory along the edges is framed by trees with doors carved into them, each of which leads to another world-holiday.

Cost: Free options


What: Presentation of a book about an American journalist in the USSR

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When: Sunday, October 24, from 11:00

Where: Online

More: Marvin Kalb will tell in his book what it was like to be in the center of political tension in Moscow and to be tasked with explaining to American society what the Soviet Union was. The veteran journalist will recount his journey from radio host to one of America's most famous foreign correspondents. In his newest memoir, Russia's Appointment: Becoming a Foreign Correspondent in the Crucible of the Cold War, Kalb takes readers on a personal journey through some of the darkest moments of the so-called Cold War and the early days of television news. Based on his own experience, he will comment on the relationship between the United States and Russia, highlighting the issues of diplomacy in those turbulent times, which is becoming more important as technological advances and social media are changing the way information is delivered.

Cost: $ 20


What: Flea market

When: Sunday, October 24, from 14:00

Where: THE SPOT WYNWOOD 3201 Northwest 7th Avenue Circle Miami, FL 33127

More: Come and support dozens of local artists, creators and merchants showcasing their products in this market.

Among the abundance of exclusive clothing, accessories, packaged goods, gifts, jewelry, personal care products, unique items of arts and crafts, everyone will find something interesting for themselves.

Cost: Free options


Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

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In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail

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