Crystal Parrot

LAST UPDATED: November 06, 2018
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Crystal Parrot is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to "reestablish the historical and cultural connections of South Florida and its Keys, the Bahama Islands and the diverse islands of the Caribbean." Funds are requested to support our organization’s main project — to restore the Mariah Brown House in the heart of Coconut Grove. With growing support from local businesses and members of the community — as well as Rebuilding Together, the City of Miami and the Office of Commissioner Ken Russell, we are so close to seeing this project through. Crystal Parrot feels the rebuilding of the Mariah Brown Historic House is the epitome of our mission and we look forward to seeing the new Mariah Brown House open as a pioneer home in the heart of Coconut Grove for Miami-Dade County residents and international visitors alike. ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION — Reestablish the historical and cultural connections of South Florida and its Keys, the Bahama islands and the diverse islands of the Caribbean; — Engage a cultural exchange and collaboration opportunities between leading artists, accomplished historians, archaeologists and anthropologists; — Serve as an outlet for local artists, designers, actors, poets, dancers, singers and musicians; and to — Produce outreach events that raise awareness of preservation efforts that affect our local communities.
6501 SW 62 CT
Miami, FL 33143

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Peggy C Hall
Vice President, Founder
Poet / Writer, Retired Teacher
Travis Neff
Secretary, Founder
Theatre/Film Production
Sylvia Heller
Sandra Riley
Founder, Executive Producer
Historian, Playwright, Retired Teacher
Luisa Black
Retired, New York Life Financial Advisor
Von Henry
Active Board Member
Performer / Singer
John Soliday
Active Board Member
Director of International Studies School of Communication, University of Miami


Sandra Riley
Producing Artistic & Executive Director


This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.