February 23, 2013 | 8:31am
Best Concerts in South Florida This Week, Feb 21 to 27
Saturday, February 23
It's a little late for Valentine's Day, but then again, broken hearts never go out of style. For all the broken, bruised, and mended hearts, Ink & Pistons offers up a group art show featuring Valentine's (or Anti-Valentine's) Day inspired art by over 30 local artists. Sweets and goodies will be served. The show runs until April 2nd.
9 a.m. Parade kicks off from New Mount Olive Baptist Church, 400 NW Ninth Ave. Lauderdale Lakes.
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Festival takes place between Northwest 27th Avenue and Sistrunk Boulevard and at NW 24th Avenue and Sistrunk Boulevard. Call 954-687-3471, or visit sistrunkfestival.org.
Sistrunk was not the ideal place to hang out a few years ago. Not anymore. The historical street is now superfancy, with brick-designed crosswalks and landscaped medians. This Saturday, the newly lovely street will host the annual Sistrunk Historical Street Parade and Festival to celebrate Black History Month. After the parade, the festival will include live entertainment -- with two stages -- vendor booths with food, arts and crafts, merchandise, and information. The Kidz Zone will feature bounce houses, crafts, a videogame truck, and other activities. -- Sara Ventiera
Sunday, February 24
The Indie Craft Bazaar returns to Revolution Live and Green Room once again. One of the few craft/indie/vintage fests to serve alcohol, Signed, Stitched, and Delivered will offer $3 mimosas, free parking, and free swag bags for the first 100 guests. There will be vintage in addition to handmade goods. Each entry in entered into a raffle and DIY projects will be happening.
The Tour de Broward this weekend provides ample motivating factors, with events like a 3K family walk, a 5K timed run, and cycling (50K and 100K courses), plus "The Power of Play Kids Zone" with sports-themed activities for kids 13 and younger. The money generated from the events will go to the programs at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Cardiac Center, one of only two pediatric heart transplant program facilities in South Florida. - Tricia Woolfenden
Monday, February 25
Museum of Art|Fort Lauderdale and the Auto-Nation Academy are hosting a series of dinners and an art class. Fellow aspiring artists will spend time on a project and a meal with ya. This week's dinner is on Monday at Indigo Restaurant and the art class is at the Auto-Nation Academy of Art and Design (305 S. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale). The session is $65 per person and includes dinner and all art class supplies. Tips and beverages will be charged separately. Remaining Eat Your Art Out events are scheduled for every Monday through March 18.