CURTISS EXPLORERS 2017

Our Curtiss Explorers Essay Contest Winners & Finalists were honored by The Miami Marlins at an opening ceremony last week vs. The Phillies

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SACRED FACES, SACRED PLACES PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER VEILLEUX

Opening reception: February 9th 6-9pm with musical performance by Graham Drout’s Pinecrest Pickers. This show features highlights from Jennifer Veilleux’s black and white portrait photography. Veilleux’s geographic career brings her into contact with indigenous communities living along rivers experiencing change from water development projects that are altering landscapes and their lives. * Refreshments will be served *

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FAMILY FUN IN THE HEART OF MIAMI! – Save the Dates for STORIES AND SHAKES.

Enjoy outdoor family storytelling, puppet shows and Shakespeare performances (Stories and Shakes). Join us on stage by attending one of our Shakespeare workshops. Plus in April we will celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday with workshops, readings, birthday cake and more. It all takes place at the beautiful and historic Curtiss Mansion (500 Deer Run, Miami Springs, FL 33166). Rain or shine. Admission and parking are free.

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Curtiss Mansion Presents: Indigenous Water Protectors of Standing Rock and Threats to Water Security from the Dakota Access Pipeline

Water is Life Banner, OcetiSakowin Camp, North Dakota © 2016 Jennifer Veilleux Discussion with Dr. Jennifer Veilleux, Geographer & Water Scientist withFlorida International University Wednesday, December 14, 2016 | 7:30pm – 9:00pm On Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota, Native American Tribes are standing against development of a 1,172 mile oil pipeline….

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Curtiss Mansion Announces New Executive Director

Curtiss Mansion, Inc. (CMI), the not-for-profit organization that has restored and operates the historic Glenn Curtiss Mansion on behalf of its owner, the City of Miami Springs, has announced the selection of Melinda Jester as its new Executive Director. Melinda will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of founding Executive Director JoEllen Morgan Phillips.

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