Join The Alliance for Florida’s National Parks for a glamorous evening Under The Sea on April 20th at the stunning Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Miami, Florida.
This event serves as the official kick-off to Earth Day celebrations, where we aim to raise vital funds to support Florida’s four national parks, including Biscayne, Everglades, Dry Tortugas national park, and Big Cypress National Preserve. A portion of the night’s proceeds will specifically benefit the coral reef restoration project in Biscayne National Park, located right in Miami’s backyard.
Guests will enjoy an exquisite dinner prepared by Miami’s finest chefs, offering a variety of delectable dishes that will tantalize their taste buds. The evening’s entertainment will include live music to keep you moving and grooving, with Louis Aguirre, WPLG Local 10’s Environmental Advocate, serving as the master of ceremonies, guiding us through an unforgettable evening.
The highlight of the night will be the chance to bid on exciting items during our silent and live auctions, featuring exclusive experiences and luxury items. All proceeds will go towards supporting the Alliance for Florida’s National Parks and their critical conservation work.
In addition, guests will have the opportunity to explore the stunning 500,000-gallon Gulf-stream aquarium, located both above and below the Frost Science Museum. Dress code for the event is cocktail attire, so come dressed to impress!
Join us for an unforgettable evening to celebrate the beauty and diversity of Florida’s national parks while making a real difference in their preservation. Don’t miss this chance to come together with fellow nature lovers, philanthropists, and friends of the parks. We look forward to seeing you there!