FIU Lunch at Vizcaya

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Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. (Photo by JW Bailly CC BY 4.0)
LUNCH WITH PROFESSOR BAILLY AT VIZCAYA
THURSDAY 01 NOVEMBER FROM 1-2 PM
Rebecca Peterson of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and John William Bailly are cohosting a Civic Dinner on Miami Transit Mobility for current and former FIU Honors College students. Come and share your experiences and thoughts on transportation in Miami. Thursday 01 November from 1-2 PM.

“The week of October 29 — November 2, the Miami-Dade TPO is hosting 50 Civic Dinners to discuss how to best increase transportation mobility options with residents and business leaders. Join an event exploring the current needs of public transportation users, the daily barriers to frequent ridership, and what it will require to develop and maintain a world-class transportation system.”

Vizcaya is providing complimentary admission and complimentary lunch. Vizcaya is also giving each participant 2 free tickets to one of their upcoming night events (including Gardens by Moonlight!).
All participants will receive:
1. Free admission to Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
2. Free lunch provided by Vizcaya
3. Two free tickets to a future Vizcaya Program event.
This event is organized by Civic Dinners for the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization. This is your chance to help frame the future of Miami. Be a part of the Miami conversation.
Space is limited. You must request an invitation from Professor Bailly (bailly.john@gmail.com) and then RSVP on the Civic Dinners website.

Island Cleanup by Atlas Bailly

Atlas Bailly, a 12 year old 7th grader in Miami, loves the ocean. There is a small island off the coast of Miami that is home to native flora and fauna. Atlas spends time in and around the island, snorkeling and walking. However, this small island paradise and the life on it is decimated by drift garbage. There is everything from party balloons to containers with oil still in them.