Sip of History: Afro-Cuban Traditions in MiamiThursday 10/15
Join Neri Torres, artistic director of IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban Dance Company, in conversation with Folklife Curator Vanessa Navarro as they delve into the history, traditions, and customs that are integral to Cuba’s Afro-Cuban identity and its influence in today’s Miami.
Sip of History delves into South Florida’s past and present through moderated conversation with artists, activists, and community stakeholders from a variety of disciplines. Hosted by a HistoryMiami staff, each conversation will explore a different topic centered on the diverse stories of our local communities. Each conversation will be paired with a Miami inspired cocktail for participants to try at home.
Cocktail recipes will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the program. All recipes can be adapted to a mocktail version if preferred. Drink recipes can be found in Miami Cocktails: An Elegant Collection of over 100 Recipes Inspired by the Magic City by author Gabriel Urrutia.
Time6:00 - 7:30 PM
OTHER LECTURE EVENTSEVENT CALENDAR
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