OUR DOWNTOWN IS ALWAYS EVOLVING


4 days ago

Photos from Homestead Main Street, Inc.'s post

This past week included a "Fly In" to Washington DC to support Senate Bill 751 addressing deferred maintenance of our national parks and historic monuments, $78 million of work is required in ... See more

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1 week ago

And the winners are!! The Luna Chicks took home the bursting basket of goodies from our first Historic Homestead Hunt. The team members are: Cherry Canary, Priscilla Tabar, Beth Pearce and Tina ... See more

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4 weeks ago

The Car Show is coming, along with the brand new Historic Homestead Hunt. Mark April 14 on your calendar folks, a great family friendly event in downtown Homestead, 11-3 p.m.

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1 month ago

Main Street Car Show and Historic Homestead Hunt

The Annual Main Street Open Car Show produced by Benefit Car Shows and happening in the downtown Historic District of Homestead, 104 N. Krome Avenue. This year ,along with the car show, we are ... See more

The Annual Main Street Open Car Show produced by Benefit Car Shows and happening in the downtown Historic District of Homestead, 104 N. Krome Avenue. This year ,along with the car show, we are ... See more

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1 month ago

What new and exciting event is coming to downtown Homestead??? Watch this page for clues and mark your calendar for April 14.

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1 month ago

Chili Cook Off & Family Festival

The South Dade Chamber of Commerce is proud to bring back the

25th Annual Chili Cook-Off & Family Festival

and this years event is sure to be Bigger and Better than ever! Make sure to bring the

Highlighting the event will be the Chili Tasting and Judging, where Chili Chefs face off in the spiciest competition in South Florida! Do you have what it takes to taste them all?

Also included in this year's event:

Unlimited Chili Eating!

Food Trucks

Music & Entertainment

Specialty Concessions, Drinks & Draft Beer

Kids will love the all-new Kidz Zone!

Bounce House

Petting Zoo

Snow Cones

Games ... See more

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1 month ago

Go Latinos Magazine

Thank you Go Latinos Magazine for these vibrant pictures that really capture the excitement and enthusiasm of the crowd at Main Street's Carnival Parade and Flavors of the Caribbean Festival.

On Saturday, March 10th 2018, Homestead Main Street celebrated its annual Carnival Parade & Flavors of the Caribbean Festival. The streets of Downtown quickly filled with droves of spectators as the

Check out our photo gallery here >> https://goo.gl/q4cJwV ... See more

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1 month ago

Brite Eyes Photography

Thanks to Bonnie King-Moran sharing over 300 images we hope you find a photo of a loved one, or yourself, in one of these pictures from the Main Street Carnival this past Saturday. Main Street ... See more

PARADE & FLAVORS OF THE CARIBBEAN

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1 month ago

Go Latinos Magazine March | Marzo 2018 - R. J. Palacio: “Wonder” Teaches How to Choose Kindness

Our good friends at Go Latinos Magazine have their March edition out. Great articles and a wonderful addition to South Florida community news.

Celebrate Bike Month: #BikeRunWalk2018 | South Dade’s Economic Renaissance | Reuse of County Wastewater Pitched Miami-Dade and FPL | 3RG Miami a Rock Band That Is Crossing Borders | To Improve ... See more

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1 month ago

Photos from Homestead Main Street, Inc.'s post

Only 8 days to go before Main Street Carnival Parade struts down Krome Avenue, Saturday March 10, 5:00 p.m. Hope to see you there!!

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Homestead Main St.,
43 N. Krome Ave,
Homestead, FL 33030

Executive Director
Yvonne Knowles

About Us

Homestead Main Street works closely with the City of Homestead’s Community Redevelopment Agency and other organizations such as the Seminole Theater and Atala Montessori School for Creative Expression to initiate downtown economic revitalization and to bring an expanded cultural element to the downtown area.

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