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Ahh … April is here and we can smell the sweet aroma of new blossoms in the air. This month was originally named for the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. The name for the month of April originally came for Aprilis, which means to open. So, how appropriate that we are starting off the month with a new package experience ready for you to try: Escape to The District. You can also “open” yourself up to opera at the Bonnet House, laughter at Parker Playhouse, architectural history at the Stranahan House or art and fashion at NSU Art Museum. Try one or sample them all and open your mind and spirit to a new adventure at The District.

 
 
February Highlights
 
April 7
Concert Under the Stars featuring Florida Grand Opera Young Artists
Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
7:00pm–9:00pm
$35–$45
Learn More >
April 10
Paula Poundstone  
Parker Playhouse
7:00pm
$23–$43
Learn More >
April 18
Stranahan House to Scale, with Anthony Abbate, AIA, NCARB
Historic Stranahan House Museum
11:00am
Free
Learn More >
April 19
Tea and Opera: “Bellissima: Italy’s Beautiful Music” 
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
2:30pm–4:30pm
Learn More >
 
Escape to The District Package
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
11:00am, 12:30pm and 2:00pm daily
$32, recommended for ages 12 and over
Spend a perfectly unique day in the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District and visit Flummox’d Escape Rooms — the newest wave of entertainment. Plus, explore the city’s history at the Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, shop at the Historical Society’s gift shop and receive 10 percent off your purchases, and indulge in a scrumptious lunch or dinner at PizzaCraft Artisan Pizzeria at a 15 percent discount! The District’s “Escape to The District” interactive package is available April 1–Sept. 30, 2016 for only $32 per person. Learn more details and how to book >
 
 
 
 
 
Happy 25th anniversary, Broward Center for the Performing Arts! You’ve come a long way baby, but are just now starting to reach your stride. We can’t wait to see what the future holds.
 
#DotheDistrict
#RiverwalkAE
 
 
Port Everglades, located in Greater Fort Lauderdale, is ranked second among cruise ports worldwide and has more homeported cruise ships than any other port. More than 4 million passengers passed through in 2014.
 
What was Port Everglades originally known as?
 
a. Lake Mabel
b. New River
c. Hollywood Bay
d. New Harbor
 
Answer this trivia question correctly on The District’s Facebook page and be eligible to win two tickets to the opening night performance of “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” on Tuesday, May 10, 8 p.m., at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. The winner will be drawn on Tuesday, April 26 and will be contacted through a private message on Facebook.

 
 
 
www.RiverwalkAE.com
(954) 462-0222