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There is no doubt that both visitors and residents to Greater Fort Lauderdale are often heard saying how “lucky” they feel to be living their best lives right here. This March, come and discover why the luck of the Irish always abounds at The District with its vibrant cultural scene, hands-on educational experiences and sunlit days and balmy nights, all nestled along the majestic New River in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Below are just a few selected events worthy of even the pickiest of leprechauns. So, gather your friends and follow the Riverwalk to the best arts and entertainment venues this side of the rainbow.
P.S.: Wearing green is always optional!

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MARCH HIGHLIGHTS
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“Ragtime”
Broward Center for the Performing Arts     
Matinee and Evening Performances   |   $49–$65
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Presented by Slow Burn Theater, and based on E.L. Doctorow's distinguished novel, “Ragtime” is the winner of the 1998 Tony Awards® for Best Score, Book, and Orchestrations; and both the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Musical and Best Score. A truly unique and powerful portrait of America, “Ragtime” is sure to inspire actors and audiences alike!
march 27
2020 Pineapple Jam: “A Party in Paradise for Preservation”
Historic Stranahan House Museum   |   6:00pm–10:00pm   |   $150
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Pineapple Jam is the Historic Stranahan House Museum's largest annual fundraising event. The "Party in Paradise for Preservation" includes an open bar, live music, gourmet food with a Floribbean twist, and a silent auction featuring exclusive items and experiences. All proceeds support the year-round historic preservation and education programs at the Historic Stranahan House Museum.
march 31
25th Annual History Makers
History Fort Lauderdale     
Superyacht Pavilion at Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina  |   6:00pm   |   $100
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The Denison family (Broward Marine), Broward County yachting industry forerunners, will be honored with a History Makers Pioneer Family Award; and the Marine Industries Association of South Florida (MIASF) will receive the Legacy Business Award for its 60 years of industry and service, at this event that commends individuals and companies which have made an impact on the growth of the City of Fort Lauderdale. This year’s event will also celebrate the city’s 109ᵗʰ birthday with cocktails, food stations and entertainment.
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Taking the form of a traditional open-air bazaar, Rob Pruitt's Flea Market at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale offered an opportunity to meet artists and take home original artwork in a relaxed atmosphere. This fun event highlighted bartering and haggling as both economic and performative, and featured a diverse array of goods from artwork to housewares.
Pictured here (L to R) Rob Pruitt and Bonnie Clearwater, Director and chief Curator NSU Art Museum
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The Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment Consortium is supported by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council and The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau. For additional cultural events happening throughout Broward County please visit ArtsCalendar.com.

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