beach. They begin hours after nightfall,
but our show will begin at 9:00 a.m.
with a slide presentation and talk about
the whole wondrous process. In
addition, a guided walk through the
Barley Barber Swamp and visits to the
House of Refuge and the Elliott
J Museum are planned. You'll stay at the
Holiday Inn in a room with an ocean
July 14-15; 9:00 a.m. at 3280 South
Miami Ave. Return 4:30 p.m. on
$85 members $114 nonmembers
Based on double occupancy; for single
add $30. Non-refundable deposit of
$32 required by June 28th. Fee
includes transportation, guide, lodging,
breakfast on Sunday, and entrance
fees. Saturday's dinner will be with the
group, but on your own.
Fort Dallas in the 1800's
Are you a current museum member? yes nc
New member $35 family $25 individual
$20 senior citizen
No. in party
Don't forget the stamped
Mail to: Historical Museum, 3280 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33129
* In case of bad weather, it is imperative we have a number where you can be reached
the morning of the trip
IN SERRCH OF
HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA
The Miami News Building and the Port of Miami in the twenties
VIRGINIA KEY 'Oceans Miami 84"
Bill Goldstick — Easy — We've never
paddled to this part of Biscayne Bay
before, so come prepared to seek new
paths. The area is alive with history
and birds, as well as memories of days
when life was a little less hectic.
Saturday, April 21; 9:30 a.m. at Planet
Ocean's parking lot. Bring lunch and
insect repellent. Return approx. 1:00
$15 member $19 nonmember
$8 member with own canoe
THE BARNACLE 'Oceans Miami '84"
Karin Zachow — Easy to moderate —
There can be no better way to arrive at
the Barnacle than by boat, as it was
built by Commodore Munroe back in
the late 1800's during the "Era of the
Bay." You'll have your lunch under a
tree planted by the Munroe family after
having toured the house and grounds.
Saturday, April 28; 9:00 a.m. Kennedy
Park in Coconut Grove. Bring a lunch
and insect repellent. Return approx.
$16 member $20 nonmember
$9 member with own canoe