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COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS

HISTORYMIAMI MUSEUM

Our thoughts go out to you and everyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The world is different for us all right now. Though we have temporarily closed our building, HistoryMiami Museum has shifted to being in touch virtually through online communications and programming. We are doing all we can to maintain our presence in the lives of our community.

 

It’s a new normal for all of us. The way we work, educate our children, interact with family, live our lives day to day – it all looks and feels different. We’re continuing to share the stories and history that make Miami, Miami, knowing how much more relevant and healing they’ve now become in fostering an engaged, supportive, and strong community.

 

Here are a few ways to connect with us virtually during this time:

 

  • For all the Dr. George fans, be on the lookout for new content from our favorite Resident Historian every week, including his Miami Moments live Facebook series. Today he is covering Bal Harbour, Indian Creek, and Surfside.
  • You can receive our newsletter every Thursday, #HMMonDemand. It’s a space where you can connect with your museum, history, and community.
  • Take a moment to visit us online and read or listen to the Miami Stories that have been shared by your neighbors. Perhaps it’s the perfect time to share your own. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, where we’re posting new stories.
  • Stay connected with us over the next few weeks as we share content from past exhibitions and programs, such as Operation Pedro Pan: The Cuban Children’s Exodus and Hurricane Andrew: 25 Years Later.

 

In these unprecedented times, we are very aware how important it is to stay connected. So we are happy to share our resources with you, the Bal Harbour Shops community, and hope you’ll connect with us. This is your history. We are your museum.

 

We look forward to opening our doors back up very soon.

 

Thank you and be well,

Jorge ZamanilloJorge Zamanillo
Executive Director

HistoryMiami Museum
May 13, 2020
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