Miami Beach Solidarity Vigil to Honor Victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Mass Shooting
(Miami Beach, FL) Oct 29, 2018 -
Join Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, for a community-wide solidarity vigil taking place tomorrow, October 30, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the emblematic Holocaust Memorial located at 1933-1945 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, FL.
The extraordinary Holocaust Memorial is a poignant symbol honoring the victims killed in The Holocaust. The gathering will be an interfaith vigil to denounce anti-Semitism and all acts of hate in our country. Mayor Gelber and Consul General of Israel Lior Haiat are scheduled to speak, along with interfaith clergy and intergroup community leaders.
Attendees are encouraged to use ride-sharing services, and there will be Uber/Lyft drop off/pick up on the east side of 19 Street and Meridian Avenue. Nearby parking garages include the City Hall garage at 1755 Meridian Avenue, Lincoln Road garage at 640 17 Street and the surface lot at 1701 Convention Center Drive.
All attendees should enter at 19 Street and Meridian Avenue. No posterboard signs or banners will be permitted. Police will be checking all bags.
The street will be closed on 19 Street from Meridian Avenue to Dade Boulevard and from Meridian Avenue to Convention Center Drive. Residents partaking in early voting at City Hall should go to Convention Center Drive and turn right on 18 Street to access the parking garage.