On December 1st South Florida PBS hosted a premiere of On the Town in The Palm Beaches - Latin Style at The Box Art Gallery in West Palm Beach . During the screening event, producers of the show guided guests through the vibrant and long-standing history of Latin culture in South Florida first-hand, through the arts, authentic cuisine, and the rich cultural history that makes The Palm Beaches region a unique place to live, work, and visit. Guests also got to enjoy a reception with refreshments from Don Ramon's and a Q&A with producers of On The Town in the Palm Beaches.
On June 23rd South Florida PBS hosted a premiere of On the Town in The Palm Beaches - Caribbean Heritage at the Royal Palm Beach Culture Center . During the screening event, producers of the show guided guests through the rich and important Caribbean Connection first-hand, via a combination of the arts, the delicious cuisine, and the rich cultural history that makes The Palm Beaches region a unique place to live, work, and visit. Guests also got to enjoy a reception and a Q&A with producers of On The Town in the Palm Beaches.
South Florida PBS offered its members the opportunity to screen the new Downton Abbey movie: A New Era at the Cinemark Paradise in Davie on May 19th. The excitement was palpable and the experience, unforgettable! Thanks to all who joined us and contributed to making it a very special South Florida PBS members evening.
On Wednesday, May 18, South Florida PBS invited the local community to come together at the L.A. Lee YMCA/Mizell Community Center in Fort Lauderdale for a special reception and screening of the Emmy-winning film Wade in the Water: Drowning in Racism, followed by a live recording of Your South Florida, with expert panel discussions on social justice, public health and swim safety. More photos on our Facebook page.
On April 26, South Florida PBS had a screening of the new episode of On the Town in the Palm Beaches with Frank Licari featuring Eco-Friendly Fun adventures! The event held at Arts Garage in Delray had a wonderful reception and Q & A with host, Frank Licari and producers of On the Town in The Palm Beaches. Thank you to all of those who attended!More photos on our Facebook page.
On Thursday, April 14 South Florida PBS invited the community to the ¿Qué Pasa, USA? Experience at the Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables! The event provided an immersive Cuban cultural experience which included a marathon of favorite ¿Qué Pasa, USA? episodes, a cocktail reception with delicious treats, a special performance from the Frost School of Music Cafe con Leche ensemble. More photos on our Facebook page.
On Wednesday, March 23rd, South Florida PBS held the Art of the Woman event and showed a preview screening of Great Performances l PBS The Conductor at Doral Contemporary Art Museum. The preview screening was held surrounded by the female-led art exhibit, Inside Outside. After the screening attendees enjoyed performances from the Greater Miami Youth Symphony and Frost School of Music at the University of Miami Woman's Choir. Thank you to all of our partners, members, and attendees for making this event a success.
On Thursday, February 20th, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM, South Florida PBS and Lynn University held a preview screening of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr. newest season at Lynn University. The preview screening highlighted excerpts from the first 6 episodes of Season 6. Following the screening, there was a Q&A with Lynn Professor Giancarlo Simpson. You can tune in to watch Finding Your Roots Tuesday's at 8 PM on WPBT and Monday's at 8 PM on WXEL. South Florida PBS thanks the South Florida community for its support which makes it possible to bring this type of program and event to the heart of the communities we serve. We, at South Florida PBS, hope to continue to be your beacon of light and your most trusted institution in America because your trust is something we’ll never take for granted.