Hialeah at Night

  Hialeah, FL
Light Rain


Light Rain

  • CLIMA– Solo Art Exhibit By Xavier Cortada
    The City of Hialeah is proud to present CLIMA – addressing sea level rise and global climate change.
    Join us for the first twelve days of the exhibit, Cortada will convene a series of participatory performances and panel discussions. 

    Click here for more information.
  • CLIMA Art Exhibit Opening
    Join us at 7 pm on November 30th for the exhibit opening and the screening of Cortada’s Five Actions to Stop Sea Level Rise film!

    6 pm panel | 7 pm reception and film screening.

    Reserve your ticket today!

  • CLIMA- (Tirandonos) pa’l Solar
    Join us on December 4, 2015 for a party celebrating Solar Choice and Art Basel week, including live music, a Solar Petition Conga Line, and Solar fashion show.

    Click here for more information.
  • STEP Ahead Program
    STEP Ahead Program
    The free STEP Ahead youth Enrichment program offers after-school activities for Miami-Dade County Public School high school students with special needs.  In partnership with M-DCPS and Best Buddies, the program facilitates the shift from high school to the workforce through learning and enrichment opportunites.

    The Free STEP Ahead program begins Monday, October 5th, 2015.

    For more information, click here.

  • Progressive Garbage Trucks
  • Santa's Snowblast 2015
    Santa's Snowblast 2015
    On Saturday, December 12, Santa brings 50 tons of snow to Hialeah's Goodlet Park. There will be carnival rides, games, food, live musical entertainment, pictures with Santa, and the chance to play on a mountain of glistening, white snow.  Admission and parking are free. Click here for poster.
  • Santa Calling
    Santa Calling
    Receive a call from Santa this Holiday Season. Santa will be making phone calls from the North Pole on the evening of December 18th. If you would like your child to receive a call from Santa complete the form and return it to the park or library nearest to your home. For more information call 305-687-2650. Forms are available at Parks/Libraries.