Metropolis of Miami’s 125th Anniversary – District 5 Celebrations

Revealed on July 27, 2021


As the Town of Miami celebrates its 125th Anniversary, we just take a minute to recall its origins and Miami’s Pioneer Black Group. You are cordially invited to be part of Commissioner Jeffrey Watson in Historic Overtown to rejoice the soul, spirit, and mild that aided uncovered the Town of Miami.

To RSVP, or for additional facts, please stop by:

The Soul | Thursday, July 29, 2021

12-3 PM

“Honoring Miami’s Black Revolutionary Local community + What Miami Usually means to Me?” at the Overtown Performing Arts Center

5-8 PM 

“One Way Ticket” Exhibit at the Ward Rooming House Offered by Hampton Artwork Lovers 

5-8 PM 

Opening Exhibit “In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience” at the D.A. Dorsey Home Presented by the Black Archives Historical past and Exploration Basis of South Florida, Inc.

6-9 PM

New music, Artwork & Tradition Activation at the Lyric Theater Courtyard, Dwell Band, Chefs of the Caribbean, DJ and distinctive guest performances at the Black Archives Historic Lyric Theater @ 8 PM 

Central to our neighborhood has constantly been the artwork and society that beats in the coronary heart of the city. Be part of us for a night time of music, food items, and art to celebrate the City of Miami’s cultural heritage and 125th anniversary.


The Spirit | Saturday, July 31, 2021

8-10 AM

Prayer Breakfast *Invite Only*

In honoring our religion group that helped citizens triumph over outstanding adversity, and celebrating the spirit that binds the neighborhood jointly, we hold a prayer breakfast for the neighborhood. In this second, we celebrate them on the 125th anniversary of the Town of Miami.


The Light | Saturday, July 31, 2021

5-9 PM

Community Family members Working day Occasion at Gibson Park

Fireworks, foods, and enjoyment for people. 

For our youngsters, whose potential looks shiny in our city, sign up for us as we host a local community occasion as we continue to help them don’t forget the origins of the Metropolis of Miami on its 125th anniversary.”

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