Essential Haus Events

At Essential Haus we support survivors with healing circles that provide a safe space to share their stories and for self-exploration + personal growth. Through various activities and discussions, we delve into our own inner landscape, uncovering the deeper layers of ourselves and gaining valuable personal insight. Self-discovery is instrumental in identifying and overcoming any obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving your wellness goals.

  • Join the Barry University Department of Sociology & Criminology and Essential Haus for College Brides Walk, an annual campaign started in 2011 to raise awareness about dating and domestic violence. We walk in memory for the thousands of individuals affected by abusive partners every year.

    Bridal gowns or formal attire are encouraged, but not required.

    Wearing white is recommended.

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  • Drag Bingo at Hamburger Mary's

    Join us for a fun night of Legendary Drag Bingo at Hamburger Mary's! We're giving away some GOOD prizes! Seating starts at 6pm with balls dropping at 7pm! First come first serve seating.

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  • Healing allows us to let go of the past and embrace a brighter future, one step at a time. It’s a journey of self-care, self-love, and finding inner strength.

    Join us Friday June 16th 7-9pm for our healing circle in collaboration with @pridelines! Whether you’re a survivor of domestic violence or not, we welcome people of all experiences to share space with us. Come experience the magic of community healing.

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  • Thanks to our friends over at Form 50 Fitness, we are throwing a "Love Is Not Abuse" charity event. Join us for an awesome workout by Coach Kenny or Coach Lyndsay and fun games + prizes.

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  • Founded in 1967, United Black Students is a black student union for the University of Miami. We’re elated to say we’re in community with University of Miami and the Black Awareness Month Committee! Our founder and Executive Director, Timothy McLemore, will be guest speaking at the University, covering the topics of LGBTQ+ intimate partner & domestic violence. This’ll be a safe space for students to engage in open dialogue and intellectual conversations as well.

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