SocialMiami's Social Season Preview provides a first look at the exciting events planned for the 2018-2019 social season. Updated daily, the Social Season Preview will remain on SocialMiami's homepage throughout the season.
Pioneer Inter-Development Homes hosted the 4th Annual Cabaret & Karaoke to benefit Zoetic Stage at their $4.3 million-dollar glass mansion in Pinecrest. Professional signers who regularly perform with Zoetic Stage entertained, and later the event transitioned to karaoke, allowing guests to engage and be a part of the show. About 200 guests enjoyed a full buffet by Catering The Event and Misha’s Cupcakes and libations compliments of Zyr Vodka and Oyster Bay Wine.
Turning the Tables for Paws
Paws4You, a Miami-based, non-profit animal rescue organization, raised $55,000 at its casino-themed charity event, "Turning the Tables for Paws," at The Cruz Building in Coconut Grove. Presented by Swiss luxury watch and jewelry manufacturer Chopard, the evening welcomed special guest Teresa Giudice. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star and New York Times best-selling cookbook author greeted guests and signed special copies of her latest book, “Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again.” Event guests browsed the silent auction and tried their luck on casino games, enjoying libations, hors d'oeuvres and live entertainment.
Fisher Island Soiree
Dr. Guenther Koehne, Chairman of the 2018 Light the Night Campaign, and Fisher Island CEO Bernard Lackner co-hosted an intimate soiree in honor of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Executive Committee at the historic Vanderbilt Mansion. After arriving to the exclusive private island by ferry, guests were treated to an al fresco seaside reception before attending the five-course, candlelit dinner held in the historic Vanderbilt Mansion library.
33rd Dinner at Joe’s Stone Crab
Miami's finest gathered for Informed Families/The Florida Family Partnership's 33rd Annual Dinner At Joe's, showing their support for drug abuse prevention. The illustrious event, chaired by Joe Natoli of Baptist Health South Florida, raised close to $250,000 to support Informed Families' statewide prevention programs and initiatives designed to help kids grow up safe, healthy and drug free.