What’s open? What’s closed? Here’s what you can do in Miami this weekend
So many reopenings. So much confusion.
Miami-Dade County is in Phase 3 of COVID-19 recovery, which means businesses are allowed to be open — restaurants, bars, movie theaters (though one chain has decided to close for the rest of 2020). Club Space is reopening this weekend, and even Hard Rock Stadium got the OK to allow full capacity for its next home game later this month (though the Miami Dolphins don’t plan to expand beyond their 13,000-person limit yet).
The nightly 11 p.m.-6 a.m. curfew continues, and businesses are allowed to enforce mask requirements, so don’t leave home without them.
Halloween: Hard to believe it’s October, but Halloween is coming, and some events — scary and not scary, some for kids and some for grownups — are starting this weekend.
Miami Carnival: Desperately need some upbeat music? The celebration of all things Caribbean-American goes virtual this year starting Oct. 8.
Miami Design District outdoor movies: With a little help from the Miami Film Festival, the Miami Design District starts a four-week Friday film series on Oct. 9 with “Black Panther.” Before each feature you can watch short films by Miami filmmakers, courtesy of Close Quarter Commissions and Oolite Arts. The movies are free, but you do need to RSVP here. And don’t forget your mask.
New exhibit at Frost Science: The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science opens its latest exhibit “Nature’s Superheroes: Life at the Limits” on Oct. 10, which explores the superpowers of super cool organisms. Tickets and COVID-19 restrictions here.
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