OCT 21: Sip, Savor and Support at Miami Children’s Museum’s Something’s Brewing After Dark

Experience a night at the museum with Miami Children’s Museum’s 3rd Annual Something’s Brewing After Dark Halloween event, co-chaired by Keith Saunders and Andrew Berkowitz, and hosted by the Museum’s young professionals group, the PLAYMAKERS, on Saturday, October 21 from 9PM – 1AM. Become a kid again as you explore the Museum after dark and taste what’s brewing with various local craft beers and full bar sponsored by Bacardi. Enjoy bites from Texas de Brazil, Shake Shack, KRAVE, barkTHINS and more; brave the Haunted House (made extra scary); and don’t forget to dress to impress for the chance to win this year’s costume contest sponsored by Cirque de Soleil’s VOLTA!

All tickets can be purchased in advance at: somethingsbrewing.michimu.net.  Admission is $65.00 per person for Museum members and $75.00 for non-members.  Special 4-Packs are available for $180.00.  Proceeds from Something’s Brewing After Dark will benefit Miami Children’s Museum Very Important Potential Program, which provides free admission, scholarships, events and programs for children living in Miami’s underserved communities. The event is for adults over the age of 21. Identification is required.

Spooky sponsors include CPM Services; Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman P.A. and PP3 Construction. Wicked sponsor for the event is ARF Financial.  Trick or Treat sponsors include Aerosaun, Inc.; Akerman LLP; ALSCO; Andrew & Felicia Berkowitz; Big Ocean Sport; COR Injury Centers; Delta Trucking; JGB Building; Southeast Marine Construction and Property & Casualty Law Group. Brews and Bites sponsors include Baptist Health South Florida; Roho Kitchen; Tank Brewery; Wynwood Brewery and ZICO Coconut Water. Monster Mash sponsors include Brickell Magazine; Key Biscayne Magazine; Yelp Miami; TapSnap; complimentary parking courtesy of Miami Parking Authority and production sponsored by 3 Pillars Events.

Miami Children’s Museum offers bilingual and interactive exhibits; programs and classes and learning materials related to arts, culture, community and communication. The Museum has 14 interactive galleries as well as housing many exciting traveling exhibits. Miami Children’s Museum is dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by fostering a love of learning, through play, and enabling children to realize their highest potential. Through arts and educational programs, the Museum seeks to include and target all audiences in Miami’s changing and diverse community by becoming the “town center” for Miami-Dade County’s children and families.