Make the most of Memorial Day Weekend 2018 at these South Florida events

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Memorial Day Weekend is just around the corner. Whether you’re all about action-packed parties, champagne brunches, or low-key beachside BBQs, plan your perfect weekend with this guide to MDW in Miami.

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On Memorial Day, KINGS will host a patio party with giant’Jenga, cornhole, and family-style dining for groups of 10 or more. They’ll also offer an ‘All You Can Play’ deal starting at 9 p.m., which includes unlimited games and bowling for $15.99. Troops bowl free all year long.
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Nick Cannon will be greeting guests all weekend long at his soon-to-open Ocean Drive sports bar, Wild ‘N Out. Stop by to meet the celebrity himself while enjoying select cocktails, bites, and beats by a live DJ.
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This Memorial Day weekend marks the launch of No. 3 Social’s brand new Pig and Paella Sundays. For $25, guests can indulge in Chef Norman Van Aken’s paella paired with two pulled pork bao buns while DJ That Kid Chris and friends play some chill techno ‘ plus $7 cocktails and $5 beer, wine and bites from 2-7 p.m. during Social Hour.

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This weekend: Shrimp and Lobster Festival, Safety Festival, Children’s Art Festival and more

No matter where you go on the Treasure Coast this weekend, there’s no shortage of events and things to do.


Family and friends can enjoy a day out exploring trails at Jonathan Dickinson State Park. LYNN TIFFANY/TCPALM


In Martin County, there’s a shrimp and lobster festival with three major concerts, a mountain biking day for kids and a teen-only dive-in movie. Plus, there’s a carnival, a shrimp boil and a western party.

In St. Lucie County, there’s a safety festival, an outdoors day for women and a garden club sale. Plus, there’s a city-wide cleanup, an electrical fair and inspirational music at the marina.

Sunburn ‘ The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics ‘ 5.11.18

Consumers are expected to spend billions this weekend showering the mothers in their lives with gifts both sweet and sparkly according to a new survey from the National Retail Federation.
The retail trade group said 86 percent of Americans plan to do some shopping for Mother’s Day, whether in-store or online, with per person spending expected to hit $180. That comes out to $23.1 billion nationwide, a total only surpassed by 2017’s record-setting $23.6 billion total.
‘Mothers play such a vital role in our society, and it’s wonderful to see that they’ll be receiving plenty of gifts this year as people feel more and more comfortable with their own finances,’ said R

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