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Wine, speakeasies, rumrunners and gangsters were a fact of life in 1920s South Florida during the Prohibition years. As the rest of the country was going dry, South Florida would go against the country by becoming the epicenter of the illegal alcohol trade. Join us at the Stranahan House Museum as Palm Beach Post reporter Eliot Kleinberg discusses this wild and crazy time in South Florida history.

Historic Stranahan House Museum
335 SE 6th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
954-524-4736

Advance Registration Required
$15 for Museum Members and $20 for Non-Members
Ticket includes light snacks, wine, and touring of the Historic Stranahan House Museum.