MDPL Museum Passes are only for the One-hour historical home tour on Saturdays
- Every Saturday: One hour historical home tour of the Curtiss Mansion
10:00 am – 11:00 am (Except during Special Events)
$5 per person — Kids under 12 and MDPL Museum Pass holders free
- Every Tuesday & Thursday
SENIOR Yoga with Natasha — 9:00 am
January 31st — Danielle Bender’s Community Beekeeping Lecture
Guest speaker Danielle Bender will be discussing the importance of community beekeeping and planting for pollinators on the Curtiss Mansion. Danielle is a Local Beekeeper and Arts Organizer. The lecture includes a honey tasting and a chance to see bees up close in action inside an observation frame!
Currently based in Miami Springs, Bender was awarded an Emerging Cities Champion Fellowship through the Knight Foundation and 8 80 Cities, and is a Miami Foundation 2017 Public Space Challenge winner. Public Hives (her award-winning project) promotes community pollinators by placing beehives in neighborhoods and parks in Miami. She has helped to create greater access to educational opportunities, and inspired community members to learn alongside one another while observing and learning from other communities: bees!
February 10th — Little Revolt Presents: A Family Double Feature, Two Free Shows
Click HERE for more details!
February 21st — Paul Bithorn’s “How to Create a Bird and Butterfly Friendly Habitat”
Paul Bithorn will be speaking on Wednesday, February 21st at 7:00 PM. Paul is currently the Vice President of the CMI Board, and he is a past board member of the Tropical Audubon Society and President of the Miami Springs Garden Club.
Paul has also served as Mayor of his hometown, the Village of Virginia Gardens, for nine years and encouraged his residents to xeriscape by planting native species of plants and shrubs to attract birds and butterflies. He has also contributed to several bird-finding guides. His documentation of parrot species in Miami was featured in the June/July 2008 issue of the National Wildlife Federation magazine and the November 1st, 2008 issue of Birders World.