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Things to do in Central Florida this Month!

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May 1 – 7 – Annual Passholders: Bring a Friend FREE, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Calling all active Annual Passholders: May 1 – 7, you can get FREE admission for a friend on-site at Crayola Experience! Simply come in and go to the admission counter, present your Annual Pass card and we’ll give you a FREE ticket for a friend to visit with you that day! Show them why Crayola Experience is the ultimate play date!

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 1 – Empowering Night of Laughter – Mother’s Day Showcase, The Abbey, 100 South Eola Drive, 6 – 9PM, Bear witness to Empowerment in Action as 9 Fearlessly Funny Women remind us that life happens outside of our comfort zones by taking center stage to perform a five-minute comedic routine. The 60-minute show is led by 3 Empresses of Empowerment community influencers who inspire us with their stories of “how having a sense of humor and getting out of their comfort zone” have empowered them to be successful in life. Each January, we start the new year with our sell-out annual show. Reserve your space as we invite some of our fave ENL alumni back for our Inaugural Mother’s Day Showcase event held the week of Mother’s Day.

May 1 – Orlando Pride vs. North Carolina Courage, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7PM

May 3 – Orlando Magic vs Cleveland Cavaliers, Kia Center, TBD

May 3 – Downtown Historic District Architectural Walking Tour, Discover Downtown, 201 S Orange Ave, Suite 102, Orlando, 9:15 – 11AM, On the first Friday of the month from October-May, we offer a free, guided tour of the Downtown Historic District. Tours feature architectural and historic information about some of downtown Orlando’s oldest and most historic buildings and start at 9:30 a.m. at Discover Downtown – the Downtown Orlando Info Center (201 S. Orange Avenue). Tours last approximately 1.5 hours.

May 3 – Cinco de Mayo at Orlando’s City Hall, City Hall, 00 S Orange Ave,  Orlando, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Casa de Mexico presents Cinco De Mayo Celebration! Enjoy mariachi, Mexican food, and folkloric dances.

May 4 – Make m’ Smile 2024, Lake Eola Park, 512 E Washington St, 8AM – 1:30PM, Make ‘m Smile celebrates kids with all types of disabilities of all ages. The event is filled with family entertainment, games, characters, petting zoos, food, helpful resources from the community, a friendship stroll, and tons of smiles.

May 4 – Orlando Kite Festival, 701 W Livingston St, Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, The Orlando Kite Festival is a vibrant and family-friendly event that celebrates the art, culture, and science of kite flying. Held in a picturesque location, the festival offers a colorful spectacle against the backdrop of the sky. Families with children of all ages can enjoy a variety of activities, including kite decorating, kite building, music, and engaging activities designed for different age groups. The festival also features a kite flying zone where attendees can watch skilled kite flyers perform tricks and maneuvers, adding to the excitement of the event. Food trucks and vendors offer a variety of delicious treats, making it a fun-filled day for everyone.

May 4 – May the 4th – Star Wars Celebration, Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10:30AM – 5:30PM, All Star Wars fans, we are calling! Talking to you, yes we are. Join us! Celebrate May the 4th, Star Wars Day, at the Melrose Center with activities, movie screenings and a photo op with our newest team member, R2-KN3! Registration required for select events.

May 4 – Honoring Asian American Heritage & Culture, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E Central Blvd, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Celebrate Central Florida’s vibrant Asian American community through an exploration of traditional dance with performances by the Chinese American Association of Central Florida, Thuyen May Productions, and LTR Indian Dance. The program will have an introduction, led by Dr. Lanlan Kuang, in which we will consider the rich history and importance of performance art within the Asian diaspora. Join us for a day filled with music, dance, and hands-on activities to captivate guests of all ages. Admission to this event is free, thanks to underwriting from Florida Humanities. Registration is strongly encouraged.

May 4 – 10th Annual Kentucky Derby Soirée, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Celebrating a decade of elegance and excitement, this year’s Kentucky Derby Soirée is set to honor the historic 150th Kentucky Derby in grand style. Embark on a journey where the spirit of the Derby is brought to life, complete with refreshing mint juleps, eye-catching fascinators, and an atmosphere that radiates sophistication and joy.

May 4 – Dapper Derby Day, Caribe Royale Orlando, 5PM, a special Kentucky Derby watch party 

May 4 – Orlando City vs. FC Cincinnati, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 4 – May The Fourth Be With You, The Beacham Orlando, 46 N Orange Ave, Orlando, 9PM, Join us for a galaxy-sized fiesta! Transport to a galaxy far, far away at our May The Fourth Be With You bash! Lightsabers, margaritas, and tequila collide in an epic collision of cultures. From Tatooine to Tijuana, let’s celebrate like rebels! Drink specials include a Galactic Bucket! Event is 21+ only.

May 4 & 5 – The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, Orlando Family Stage, Journey to the top of Mount Olympus! Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school. Again. And that is the least of his troubles. Lately, mythological monsters and the gods of Mount Olympus seem to be walking straight out of the pages of Percy’s Greek mythology textbook and into his life. Worse, he has angered a few of them. Zeus’s master lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime suspect! Adapted from the book The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. The musical’s book is by Joe Tracz and music, lyrics, and orchestrations are by Rob Rokicki.

May 5 – Cinco De Mayo Happy Hour, 64 N Orange Ave, Orlando, 5PM – 12AM, Join us for a festive Cinco de Mayo fiesta at our bar! Ricky Bobby will be slinging tequila all night for you! Pizza and hotdogs available for purchase, and free complimentary popcorn will be available.

May 5 – Orlando Pride vs. Racing Louisville FC, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 6PM

May 1 – 7 – Annual Passholders: Bring a Friend FREE, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Calling all active Annual Passholders: May 1 – 7, you can get FREE admission for a friend on-site at Crayola Experience! Simply come in and go to the admission counter, present your Annual Pass card and we’ll give you a FREE ticket for a friend to visit with you that day! Show them why Crayola Experience is the ultimate play date!

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 8 – Wined Down Wednesdays, Altira Pool + Lounge, 325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, 4 – 7PM, Sip, savor, and soak in the views while unwinding with your favorite libation at Wined Down Wednesdays through April and May. Dive into an unforgettable experience every Wednesday, featuring acoustic entertainment and rotating specials on our wine selection. Enjoy overlapping happy hour from 4PM – 7PM, creating the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind midweek.

May 8 – Hozier, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8 – 11PM, Hozier is back for more! We can’t wait to see Hozier on his Unreal Unearth Tour 2024.

May 10 – AJR, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30 – 11PM, AJR – The Maybe Man Tour is coming to Kia Center on May 10!

May 11 – Orlando Pride vs. Bay FC, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30PM

May 11 & 12 – Mess Fest, Orlando Science Center, 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, 11AM – 4PM, Learn about colorful chemistry, flashy physics, and splat-tacular science through activities, demonstrations, and live shows. If you’re not making a mess, you’re not doing it right! And hey, when we say messy, we MEAN messy, so be sure to dress for the mess!

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 15 – Orlando City vs. Inter Miami, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 17 & 18 – Bad Bunny, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8PM

May 18 – Orlando Book Festival, Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10:30AM – 3:30PM, A day-long celebration of books! Join us for panels and talks from authors from all over the state and a keynote from New York Times bestselling author Tayari Jones, author of An American Marriage.

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 22 – Wined Down Wednesdays, Altira Pool + Lounge, 325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, 4 – 7PM, Sip, savor, and soak in the views while unwinding with your favorite libation at Wined Down Wednesdays through April and May. Dive into an unforgettable experience every Wednesday, featuring acoustic entertainment and rotating specials on our wine selection. Enjoy overlapping happy hour from 4PM – 7PM, creating the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind midweek.

May 24 – Orlando Pride vs. Portland Thorns, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7PM

May 24 – 26 – Orlando Carnival Downtown, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 6PM on Friday, 8AM on Saturday and 11AM on Sunday, The Orlando Carnival Downtown is a vibrant, colorful, and lively celebration of Caribbean culture that takes place annually in the heart of downtown Orlando. The event features a spectacular parade of costumed performers, pulsating rhythms of soca, reggae, and calypso music, and a diverse range of Caribbean cuisine and crafts.

May 25 – Orlando City vs. Columbus Crew, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 28 – Raya Storytime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, Visit the ancient world of Kumandra to learn about dragons, and save the day with stories, activities, and crafts inspired by Raya and the Last Dragon. Recommended for ages 3-5. Part of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Month.

May 29 – LEGO Science: Earthquake Simulator (Ages 7-9), Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Explore science and engineering with LEGOs! Learn about earthquakes, and how we can build buildings to withstand different magnitudes while building your own earthquake simulator.

May 1-5

May 1 – 7 – Annual Passholders: Bring a Friend FREE, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Calling all active Annual Passholders: May 1 – 7, you can get FREE admission for a friend on-site at Crayola Experience! Simply come in and go to the admission counter, present your Annual Pass card and we’ll give you a FREE ticket for a friend to visit with you that day! Show them why Crayola Experience is the ultimate play date!

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 1 – Empowering Night of Laughter – Mother’s Day Showcase, The Abbey, 100 South Eola Drive, 6 – 9PM, Bear witness to Empowerment in Action as 9 Fearlessly Funny Women remind us that life happens outside of our comfort zones by taking center stage to perform a five-minute comedic routine. The 60-minute show is led by 3 Empresses of Empowerment community influencers who inspire us with their stories of “how having a sense of humor and getting out of their comfort zone” have empowered them to be successful in life. Each January, we start the new year with our sell-out annual show. Reserve your space as we invite some of our fave ENL alumni back for our Inaugural Mother’s Day Showcase event held the week of Mother’s Day.

May 1 – Orlando Pride vs. North Carolina Courage, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7PM

May 3 – Orlando Magic vs Cleveland Cavaliers, Kia Center, TBD

May 3 – Downtown Historic District Architectural Walking Tour, Discover Downtown, 201 S Orange Ave, Suite 102, Orlando, 9:15 – 11AM, On the first Friday of the month from October-May, we offer a free, guided tour of the Downtown Historic District. Tours feature architectural and historic information about some of downtown Orlando’s oldest and most historic buildings and start at 9:30 a.m. at Discover Downtown – the Downtown Orlando Info Center (201 S. Orange Avenue). Tours last approximately 1.5 hours.

May 3 – Cinco de Mayo at Orlando’s City Hall, City Hall, 00 S Orange Ave,  Orlando, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Casa de Mexico presents Cinco De Mayo Celebration! Enjoy mariachi, Mexican food, and folkloric dances.

May 4 – Make m’ Smile 2024, Lake Eola Park, 512 E Washington St, 8AM – 1:30PM, Make ‘m Smile celebrates kids with all types of disabilities of all ages. The event is filled with family entertainment, games, characters, petting zoos, food, helpful resources from the community, a friendship stroll, and tons of smiles.

May 4 – Orlando Kite Festival, 701 W Livingston St, Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, The Orlando Kite Festival is a vibrant and family-friendly event that celebrates the art, culture, and science of kite flying. Held in a picturesque location, the festival offers a colorful spectacle against the backdrop of the sky. Families with children of all ages can enjoy a variety of activities, including kite decorating, kite building, music, and engaging activities designed for different age groups. The festival also features a kite flying zone where attendees can watch skilled kite flyers perform tricks and maneuvers, adding to the excitement of the event. Food trucks and vendors offer a variety of delicious treats, making it a fun-filled day for everyone.

May 4 – May the 4th – Star Wars Celebration, Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10:30AM – 5:30PM, All Star Wars fans, we are calling! Talking to you, yes we are. Join us! Celebrate May the 4th, Star Wars Day, at the Melrose Center with activities, movie screenings and a photo op with our newest team member, R2-KN3! Registration required for select events.

May 4 – Honoring Asian American Heritage & Culture, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E Central Blvd, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Celebrate Central Florida’s vibrant Asian American community through an exploration of traditional dance with performances by the Chinese American Association of Central Florida, Thuyen May Productions, and LTR Indian Dance. The program will have an introduction, led by Dr. Lanlan Kuang, in which we will consider the rich history and importance of performance art within the Asian diaspora. Join us for a day filled with music, dance, and hands-on activities to captivate guests of all ages. Admission to this event is free, thanks to underwriting from Florida Humanities. Registration is strongly encouraged.

May 4 – 10th Annual Kentucky Derby Soirée, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Celebrating a decade of elegance and excitement, this year’s Kentucky Derby Soirée is set to honor the historic 150th Kentucky Derby in grand style. Embark on a journey where the spirit of the Derby is brought to life, complete with refreshing mint juleps, eye-catching fascinators, and an atmosphere that radiates sophistication and joy.

May 4 – Dapper Derby Day, Caribe Royale Orlando, 5PM, a special Kentucky Derby watch party 

May 4 – Orlando City vs. FC Cincinnati, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 4 – May The Fourth Be With You, The Beacham Orlando, 46 N Orange Ave, Orlando, 9PM, Join us for a galaxy-sized fiesta! Transport to a galaxy far, far away at our May The Fourth Be With You bash! Lightsabers, margaritas, and tequila collide in an epic collision of cultures. From Tatooine to Tijuana, let’s celebrate like rebels! Drink specials include a Galactic Bucket! Event is 21+ only.

May 4 & 5 – The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, Orlando Family Stage, Journey to the top of Mount Olympus! Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school. Again. And that is the least of his troubles. Lately, mythological monsters and the gods of Mount Olympus seem to be walking straight out of the pages of Percy’s Greek mythology textbook and into his life. Worse, he has angered a few of them. Zeus’s master lightning bolt has been stolen, and Percy is the prime suspect! Adapted from the book The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. The musical’s book is by Joe Tracz and music, lyrics, and orchestrations are by Rob Rokicki.

May 5 – Cinco De Mayo Happy Hour, 64 N Orange Ave, Orlando, 5PM – 12AM, Join us for a festive Cinco de Mayo fiesta at our bar! Ricky Bobby will be slinging tequila all night for you! Pizza and hotdogs available for purchase, and free complimentary popcorn will be available.

May 5 – Orlando Pride vs. Racing Louisville FC, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 6PM

May 6-12

May 1 – 7 – Annual Passholders: Bring a Friend FREE, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Calling all active Annual Passholders: May 1 – 7, you can get FREE admission for a friend on-site at Crayola Experience! Simply come in and go to the admission counter, present your Annual Pass card and we’ll give you a FREE ticket for a friend to visit with you that day! Show them why Crayola Experience is the ultimate play date!

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 8 – Wined Down Wednesdays, Altira Pool + Lounge, 325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, 4 – 7PM, Sip, savor, and soak in the views while unwinding with your favorite libation at Wined Down Wednesdays through April and May. Dive into an unforgettable experience every Wednesday, featuring acoustic entertainment and rotating specials on our wine selection. Enjoy overlapping happy hour from 4PM – 7PM, creating the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind midweek.

May 8 – Hozier, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8 – 11PM, Hozier is back for more! We can’t wait to see Hozier on his Unreal Unearth Tour 2024.

May 10 – AJR, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30 – 11PM, AJR – The Maybe Man Tour is coming to Kia Center on May 10!

May 11 – Orlando Pride vs. Bay FC, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30PM

May 11 & 12 – Mess Fest, Orlando Science Center, 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, 11AM – 4PM, Learn about colorful chemistry, flashy physics, and splat-tacular science through activities, demonstrations, and live shows. If you’re not making a mess, you’re not doing it right! And hey, when we say messy, we MEAN messy, so be sure to dress for the mess!

May 13-19

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 15 – Orlando City vs. Inter Miami, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 17 & 18 – Bad Bunny, Kia Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8PM

May 18 – Orlando Book Festival, Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10:30AM – 3:30PM, A day-long celebration of books! Join us for panels and talks from authors from all over the state and a keynote from New York Times bestselling author Tayari Jones, author of An American Marriage.

May 20-26

May 1 – 31 – Color Safari Craft Theme, Crayola Experience, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, Gear up for an expedition across the savannah during our Color Safari craft theme, May 1 – June 30! Create & craft keepsakes of all the colorful animals you discover along the way!

May 22 – Wined Down Wednesdays, Altira Pool + Lounge, 325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, 4 – 7PM, Sip, savor, and soak in the views while unwinding with your favorite libation at Wined Down Wednesdays through April and May. Dive into an unforgettable experience every Wednesday, featuring acoustic entertainment and rotating specials on our wine selection. Enjoy overlapping happy hour from 4PM – 7PM, creating the perfect atmosphere to relax and unwind midweek.

May 24 – Orlando Pride vs. Portland Thorns, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7PM

May 24 – 26 – Orlando Carnival Downtown, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 6PM on Friday, 8AM on Saturday and 11AM on Sunday, The Orlando Carnival Downtown is a vibrant, colorful, and lively celebration of Caribbean culture that takes place annually in the heart of downtown Orlando. The event features a spectacular parade of costumed performers, pulsating rhythms of soca, reggae, and calypso music, and a diverse range of Caribbean cuisine and crafts.

May 25 – Orlando City vs. Columbus Crew, Inter&Co Stadium, 655 W Church Street, 7:30PM

May 27-31

May 28 – Raya Storytime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, Visit the ancient world of Kumandra to learn about dragons, and save the day with stories, activities, and crafts inspired by Raya and the Last Dragon. Recommended for ages 3-5. Part of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Month.

May 29 – LEGO Science: Earthquake Simulator (Ages 7-9), Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Explore science and engineering with LEGOs! Learn about earthquakes, and how we can build buildings to withstand different magnitudes while building your own earthquake simulator.

Things to do in East Orlando

May 1 – Bubble Playtime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11:15AM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers. Bubble Playtime will be at 10:15, 10:30, and 10:45. First come first serve, limited space in the room for each session. Tickets will be given out for time slot.

May 2 – Fiesta-Themed Night Market, Avalon Park, 6 – 9PM, Join us for a Fiesta-Themed Night Market filled with vendors, music & food in Downtown Avalon Park! Let’s celebrate Cinco de Mayo!

May 3 – Car Seat Safety, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10AM – 12:30PM, 3 out of 4 car seats are installed & used incorrectly! Certified Technicians from Safe Kids Orange County will be available to check your car seat on a first-come, first-served basis.

May 4 – Puzzle Swap, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 3 – 4:30PM, Finished with an old puzzle and looking for something new? Stop by and swap an old puzzle for a new-to-you one. Please bring at least one complete puzzle for adults.

May 5 – Family Game Time May, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Come play board games and card games with family and friends. Come play an assortment of your choice of board games, card games and other interesting games with friends new and old. Come as a family to learn a new game or recognize your favorites to play with new friends.

May 8 – Artsy Toddler, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11AM, Learn new fine motor skills using paint, paste, glue, and stamps to create! Young Children will enjoy stories, songs and exploring age-appropriate art experiences. Recommended for ages 18-36 months.

May 9 – Orlando Valkyries vs San Diego Mojo, Addition Financial Arena, 7PM

May 11 – Orlando Valkyries vs Vegas Thrill, Addition Financial Arena, 7PM

May 12 – Family Storytime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 2 – 2:25PM, Storytime is the right time for family time. Reading together is a wonderful way to bond and learn from one another. Bring your families together for fun stories that are designed for all ages. Recommended for all ages. This storytime lasts approximately 25 minutes.

May 13 – Yarnfiti Community Art Project: Enchanted Forest, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 3 – 4:30PM, Fiber artists, share in the magic of making as we create an enchanted forest of handcrafted art. Join in on the fun and create a flower or anything related to our theme.

May 14 – Be a Detective with Mira, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, We’re on the case! Help us solve the case of the missing library book and learn about Indian culture along the way. Inspired by Disney’s “Mira Royal Detective.” Recommended for ages 3-5. Part of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Month.

May 15 – Bilingual Baby Time, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11AM, Grow your baby’s language skills with this English/Spanish storytime featuring songs, rhymes, and more. Recommended for ages 0-18 months.

May 16 – Spring Wine Walk, Sip, Sample & Stroll, Downtown Avalon Park, 6 – 9PM, Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day-of.

May 23 – Happy Habitats, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Learn about habitats, plants, and animals through books and crafts. This month we’re learning about wetlands. Registration required for each child. Recommended for ages 6-8.

May 24 – Food Truck Night, Downtown Avalon Park, 5 – 8PM, There will be music on the stage and 20 delicious trucks to choose from!

May 25 – READing Paws, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, The Reading Education Assistance Dogs® [R.E.A.D.] program improves children’s reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a therapy dog. Recommended for ages 6-12.

May 23 – Happy Habitats, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Learn about habitats, plants, and animals through books and crafts. This month we’re learning about wetlands. Registration required for each child. Recommended for ages 6-8.

May 24 – Food Truck Night, Downtown Avalon Park, 5 – 8PM, There will be music on the stage and 20 delicious trucks to choose from!

May 25 – READing Paws, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, The Reading Education Assistance Dogs® [R.E.A.D.] program improves children’s reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a therapy dog. Recommended for ages 6-12.

May 1-5

May 1 – Bubble Playtime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11:15AM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers. Bubble Playtime will be at 10:15, 10:30, and 10:45. First come first serve, limited space in the room for each session. Tickets will be given out for time slot.

May 2 – Fiesta-Themed Night Market, Avalon Park, 6 – 9PM, Join us for a Fiesta-Themed Night Market filled with vendors, music & food in Downtown Avalon Park! Let’s celebrate Cinco de Mayo!

May 3 – Car Seat Safety, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10AM – 12:30PM, 3 out of 4 car seats are installed & used incorrectly! Certified Technicians from Safe Kids Orange County will be available to check your car seat on a first-come, first-served basis.

May 4 – Puzzle Swap, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 3 – 4:30PM, Finished with an old puzzle and looking for something new? Stop by and swap an old puzzle for a new-to-you one. Please bring at least one complete puzzle for adults.

May 5 – Family Game Time May, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Come play board games and card games with family and friends. Come play an assortment of your choice of board games, card games and other interesting games with friends new and old. Come as a family to learn a new game or recognize your favorites to play with new friends.

May 6-12

May 8 – Artsy Toddler, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11AM, Learn new fine motor skills using paint, paste, glue, and stamps to create! Young Children will enjoy stories, songs and exploring age-appropriate art experiences. Recommended for ages 18-36 months.

May 9 – Orlando Valkyries vs San Diego Mojo, Addition Financial Arena, 7PM

May 11 – Orlando Valkyries vs Vegas Thrill, Addition Financial Arena, 7PM

May 12 – Family Storytime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 2 – 2:25PM, Storytime is the right time for family time. Reading together is a wonderful way to bond and learn from one another. Bring your families together for fun stories that are designed for all ages. Recommended for all ages. This storytime lasts approximately 25 minutes.

May 13-19

May 13 – Yarnfiti Community Art Project: Enchanted Forest, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 3 – 4:30PM, Fiber artists, share in the magic of making as we create an enchanted forest of handcrafted art. Join in on the fun and create a flower or anything related to our theme.

May 14 – Be a Detective with Mira, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, We’re on the case! Help us solve the case of the missing library book and learn about Indian culture along the way. Inspired by Disney’s “Mira Royal Detective.” Recommended for ages 3-5. Part of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Month.

May 15 – Bilingual Baby Time, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 10:15 – 11AM, Grow your baby’s language skills with this English/Spanish storytime featuring songs, rhymes, and more. Recommended for ages 0-18 months.

May 16 – Spring Wine Walk, Sip, Sample & Stroll, Downtown Avalon Park, 6 – 9PM, Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day-of.

May 20-26

May 23 – Happy Habitats, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Learn about habitats, plants, and animals through books and crafts. This month we’re learning about wetlands. Registration required for each child. Recommended for ages 6-8.

May 24 – Food Truck Night, Downtown Avalon Park, 5 – 8PM, There will be music on the stage and 20 delicious trucks to choose from!

May 25 – READing Paws, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, The Reading Education Assistance Dogs® [R.E.A.D.] program improves children’s reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a therapy dog. Recommended for ages 6-12.

May 27-31

May 23 – Happy Habitats, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Learn about habitats, plants, and animals through books and crafts. This month we’re learning about wetlands. Registration required for each child. Recommended for ages 6-8.

May 24 – Food Truck Night, Downtown Avalon Park, 5 – 8PM, There will be music on the stage and 20 delicious trucks to choose from!

May 25 – READing Paws, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, The Reading Education Assistance Dogs® [R.E.A.D.] program improves children’s reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a therapy dog. Recommended for ages 6-12.

Things to do in Apopka/Wekiva/Longwood

May 1 – Tea Social Hour, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 5- 6PM, Need to unwind? Listen to music, snag a sweet treat with your cuppa, relax and chat while the library provides a creative art activity. Recommended for adults ages 18 and up.

May 1 – Wine & Paint, Wekiva Island, 6 – 8PM, Join our very talented Artist, Elisabeth Ferber and let her guide you step by step through creating your own masterpiece! 2 glasses of wine, all your supplies and gourmet charcuterie are included for only $40! Reservations are required. Limited Reservations are available. *No refunds or reschedules permitted 7 days before event*

May 2 – May Flowers, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Listen to stories and engage in hands-on science activities to learn about flowers and plants. Recommended for ages 3-5.

May 2 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 3 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Logan & Sonny

May 4 – Longwood Luau, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 4- 8PM, Live Hawaiian Music, Hula Dancers. Fire Knife Performers, Hawaiin Food and Drinks, Hula Hoop, Limbo and much more!

May 4 – Homegrown: The Zac Brown Band Experience at Saturday Sounds Concert Series (Free Concert), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) at the Apopka Amphitheater.  Be sure to bring blankets and chairs for our lawn area.

May 4 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jason Thomas & Billy Barnes

May 8 – Open Mic Night, Wekiva Island, 5 – 7PM, Open Mic, hosted by “The Rowdy Jameson Band”.Bring your musical talent and join in the fun! Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar.

May 9 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 10 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: The Healing Collective

May 11 – Dungeons, Dragons and Libraries: Kids, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 3PM, Have you ever wanted to play Dungeons and Dragons? Now’s your chance! Join us adventurers on our next quest! Recommended for families with children ages 9-15. Learn to play Dungeons and Dragons at a beginners session. Adult supervision is required. All participants must be registered to ensure a space at the table. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 11 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, Community Building, 200 W Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5 – 8PM, The Downtown Longwood Cruise-In Car Show is on the second Saturday of the month from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. in the Historic District of Longwood featuring music from DJ Don (Cruisin’ Orlando), food, and show cars present for viewing.

May 11 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jeff White Music

May 14 – Homeschool Explorers: Kitchen Science, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 2 – 3PM, Explore art and stories while meeting new friends. Support your child’s homeschool curriculum with crafts and stories from around the world. Recommended for ages 6-12.

May 15 – Tea Social Hour, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 5- 6PM, Need to unwind? Listen to music, snag a sweet treat with your cuppa, relax and chat while the library provides a creative art activity. Recommended for adults ages 18 and up.

May 16 – Springs Watch, Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System, 8:30AM – 12PM

May 16 – It’s All Groovy, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Who’s the cool cat on the street? Learn basic concepts with sing-along stories and activities inspired by Pete the Cat. Come dressed with your groovy buttons for a good time! Recommended for preschoolers.

May 16 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 16 – Peter Pettegrew Demo in Gallery CERO, Wekiva Island, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Peter is demonstrating oil painting. $10/person

May 17- Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: David Schweitzer with Life on Mars

May 18 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Bring your kids to meet our local police officers and enjoy a story, cookies and milk! This series will be a great chance to interact with Apopka officers in a fun and informative environment. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 18 – Puzzle Swap, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 3 – 4PM, Finished with an old puzzle and looking for something new? Stop by and swap an old puzzle for a new-to-you one. Please bring at least one complete (no pieces missing) adult puzzle.

May 18 – Switch at Saturday Sounds Concert Series (Free Concert), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) at the Apopka Amphitheater.  Be sure to bring blankets and chairs for our lawn area.

May 18 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Mark & Jenna

May 20 – World of Watercolor: Ming Dynasty Porcelain, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 4:30 – 6PM, Experiment with watercolor in this guided interactive session to create a piece inspired by Ming Dynasty Porcelain! Learn about monochromes and explore the world of watercolor! Recommended for adults. In this guided session you will explore the countless tips and techniques used in mastering the art of watercolor. Explore your creative instincts to produce a completed one-of-a-kind artwork that you can take home with you!

May 21 – Bubble Playtime, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for ages 18–36 months.

May 22 – Open Mic Night, Wekiva Island, 5 – 7PM, Open Mic, hosted by “The Rowdy Jameson Band”.Bring your musical talent and join in the fun! Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar.

May 23 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 24 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Big Ron

May 25 – Dungeons, Dragons and Libraries: Adults, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 3PM, Would you like to play Dungeons and Dragons? Now’s your chance! Join us adventurers on our next quest! Recommended for adults ages 18 and up. Roll some dice and play Dungeons and Dragons with us. All participants must be registered to ensure a space at the table. New players are welcome. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 25 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jeff Howell

May 31 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 31 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Radio Road Show

May 1-5

May 1 – Tea Social Hour, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 5- 6PM, Need to unwind? Listen to music, snag a sweet treat with your cuppa, relax and chat while the library provides a creative art activity. Recommended for adults ages 18 and up.

May 1 – Wine & Paint, Wekiva Island, 6 – 8PM, Join our very talented Artist, Elisabeth Ferber and let her guide you step by step through creating your own masterpiece! 2 glasses of wine, all your supplies and gourmet charcuterie are included for only $40! Reservations are required. Limited Reservations are available. *No refunds or reschedules permitted 7 days before event*

May 2 – May Flowers, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Listen to stories and engage in hands-on science activities to learn about flowers and plants. Recommended for ages 3-5.

May 2 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 3 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Logan & Sonny

May 4 – Longwood Luau, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 4- 8PM, Live Hawaiian Music, Hula Dancers. Fire Knife Performers, Hawaiin Food and Drinks, Hula Hoop, Limbo and much more!

May 4 – Homegrown: The Zac Brown Band Experience at Saturday Sounds Concert Series (Free Concert), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) at the Apopka Amphitheater.  Be sure to bring blankets and chairs for our lawn area.

May 4 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jason Thomas & Billy Barnes

May 6-12

May 8 – Open Mic Night, Wekiva Island, 5 – 7PM, Open Mic, hosted by “The Rowdy Jameson Band”.Bring your musical talent and join in the fun! Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar.

May 9 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 10 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: The Healing Collective

May 11 – Dungeons, Dragons and Libraries: Kids, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 3PM, Have you ever wanted to play Dungeons and Dragons? Now’s your chance! Join us adventurers on our next quest! Recommended for families with children ages 9-15. Learn to play Dungeons and Dragons at a beginners session. Adult supervision is required. All participants must be registered to ensure a space at the table. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 11 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, Community Building, 200 W Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5 – 8PM, The Downtown Longwood Cruise-In Car Show is on the second Saturday of the month from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. in the Historic District of Longwood featuring music from DJ Don (Cruisin’ Orlando), food, and show cars present for viewing.

May 11 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jeff White Music

May 13-19

May 14 – Homeschool Explorers: Kitchen Science, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 2 – 3PM, Explore art and stories while meeting new friends. Support your child’s homeschool curriculum with crafts and stories from around the world. Recommended for ages 6-12.

May 15 – Tea Social Hour, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 5- 6PM, Need to unwind? Listen to music, snag a sweet treat with your cuppa, relax and chat while the library provides a creative art activity. Recommended for adults ages 18 and up.

May 16 – Springs Watch, Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System, 8:30AM – 12PM

May 16 – It’s All Groovy, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Who’s the cool cat on the street? Learn basic concepts with sing-along stories and activities inspired by Pete the Cat. Come dressed with your groovy buttons for a good time! Recommended for preschoolers.

May 16 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 16 – Peter Pettegrew Demo in Gallery CERO, Wekiva Island, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Peter is demonstrating oil painting. $10/person

May 17- Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: David Schweitzer with Life on Mars

May 18 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Bring your kids to meet our local police officers and enjoy a story, cookies and milk! This series will be a great chance to interact with Apopka officers in a fun and informative environment. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 18 – Puzzle Swap, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 3 – 4PM, Finished with an old puzzle and looking for something new? Stop by and swap an old puzzle for a new-to-you one. Please bring at least one complete (no pieces missing) adult puzzle.

May 18 – Switch at Saturday Sounds Concert Series (Free Concert), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) at the Apopka Amphitheater.  Be sure to bring blankets and chairs for our lawn area.

May 18 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Mark & Jenna

May 20-26

May 20 – World of Watercolor: Ming Dynasty Porcelain, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 4:30 – 6PM, Experiment with watercolor in this guided interactive session to create a piece inspired by Ming Dynasty Porcelain! Learn about monochromes and explore the world of watercolor! Recommended for adults. In this guided session you will explore the countless tips and techniques used in mastering the art of watercolor. Explore your creative instincts to produce a completed one-of-a-kind artwork that you can take home with you!

May 21 – Bubble Playtime, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for ages 18–36 months.

May 22 – Open Mic Night, Wekiva Island, 5 – 7PM, Open Mic, hosted by “The Rowdy Jameson Band”.Bring your musical talent and join in the fun! Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar.

May 23 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 24 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Big Ron

May 25 – Dungeons, Dragons and Libraries: Adults, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 3PM, Would you like to play Dungeons and Dragons? Now’s your chance! Join us adventurers on our next quest! Recommended for adults ages 18 and up. Roll some dice and play Dungeons and Dragons with us. All participants must be registered to ensure a space at the table. New players are welcome. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

May 25 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Jeff Howell

May 27-31

May 31 – Yoga for Adults with Michelle from Soul-Ga Yoga, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 1 – 2PM, Yoga is for everyone: male & female; young & elderly; non-flexible and active! Attendees are encouraged to dress in comfortable clothing and bring your own mat. Designed for adults and seniors.

May 31 – Sounds of Wekiva, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, live at The Island. Hear great music while enjoying your favorite beer and wine from The Tooting Otter Bar. Featuring: Radio Road Show

Things to do in Winter Garden/Ocoee/Clermont

May 1 – Bubble Playtime, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11 – 11:30AM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 2 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 2 – Ocoee Community Market, Ocoee Lakeshore Center, 125 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, 5 – 9PM

May 3 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 3 – First Friday Food Trucks, Downtown Clermont, 5:30 – 9PM, A Clermont First Friday tradition! Join your family and friends Downtown for live music and food trucks. Each month is a little different than the last, so get set to try some new tastes as well as some popular favorites.

May 3 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Retro Ramblers (Oldies, Pop)

May 4 – SHOP, DINE & STROLL, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, All Day, SHOP, DINE & STROLL is a fun event for all! Gather friends; make it a date outing; or with Mother’s Day around the corner, treat mom or the special women in your life to an early celebration. The daylong SHOP, DINE & STROLL features live entertainment, a downtown-wide Raffle “May”nia, unique dining & shopping options, blooming spring scenery, and so much more to make the day special. LIVE MUSIC OUTDOOR CONCERT, 11:00 am – 8:00 pm. Music will fill the air as you SHOP, DINE & STROLL when special live music performances take center stage in the heart of downtown. Grab a nearby swing, bench, or outdoor table for a front row seat. The free outdoor concert is provided by the City of Winter Garden to create a memorable experience for all. Enjoy!

May 4 – DIY Miniature Zen Gardens, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 2:30 – 3:30PM, Construct a Zen garden from rocks and gravel while exploring the art of abstraction. Ages 11-18.

May 4 – Star Wars® Galactic Games,  West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3 – 4PM, Believe in the force, do you? Take the oath, construct your lightsaber craft and get into gear with activities inspired by a galaxy far, far away. Recommended for families with children ages 5-12. Registration required.

May 5 – Beaded Tassel Necklaces, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 2 – 3PM, Making your own jewelry is easier than you think! Create a unique necklace by stringing beads and adding a tassel. All supplies will be provided. Recommended for ages 18 and up. Registration required.

May 6 – Read to Sydney, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 4 – 5PM, Read to Sydney is a local therapy dog organization that encourages children to practice their reading skills with an attentive furry listener. All ages are welcome. Attendees will have the opportunity to read one-on-one with a therapy dog. A sign-up sheet will be provided to determine the order in which participants will have their turn.

May 7 – Countdown to Kindergarten: Counting at the Pond, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Count and quack your way to becoming a good reader through stories, rhymes and activities designed to help preschoolers develop vital skills to succeed in kindergarten. Ages 4-5.

May 7 – Aloha, Toddlers!, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Cruise down to the library for a staycation luau with plenty of tropical island fun for your little ones. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 7 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM (90s theme)

May 8 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 8 – Bilingual Storytime: Mother’s Day, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11AM, Help your child develop key early-literacy skills through music, movement, and stories in this bilingual storytime featuring books and songs in English and Spanish. Ages 2 – 5. Children will utilize books and activities such as finger plays, stretches, and songs to learn early literacy skills found in Every Child Ready to Read. This program is both for the beginning Spanish speaker and the beginning English speakers.

May 8 – STEAM Free-Play Jr., Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11 – 11:30AM, Explore, discover, learn with STEAM-related toys! STEAM-based play helps to build observation skills, boost creativity, and develop critical thinking. Ages 2-5.

May 8 – Botanical Collages, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 4 – 5PM, Design, cut and paste to create beautiful collages inspired by nature. Ages 6-12. Registration required.

May 9 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 10 – Homeschool Teen Art: Audubon Artists, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, What a wonderful world, let’s paint about it! Learn about John James Audubon as we study and record the local birds of the West Oaks Branch. Recommended for teens ages 13-18. Registration required.

May 10 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music

every Friday night on the Plaza. Sandy Back Porch (Bluegrass)

May 11 – AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Sprint Triathlon & 5K, Waterfront Park, 7:30AM, A Mother’s Day weekend event just for the ladies, the AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Sprint Triathlon & 5K at the World Triathlon Destination, Clermont, FL. The Girlz on Fire Triathlon features a .25 mile Swim, 8 mile bike, and a 3.1 mile Run, along with a Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk.

May 11 – Plant Clinic, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10:15AM – 12:15PM, Bring your plants and ask questions! Master Gardener Volunteers from the UF/IFAS Orange County Extension Office will be available to answer your gardening questions.

May 12 – Our Cause 4 Paws on the Main Patio, Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 11AM – 3PM

May 13 – Creatures of the Night – Homeschool Series ages 9 – 13, Oakland Nature Preserve, 10AM – 12PM, What goes bump in the night? All kinds of cool creatures, that’s what! Registration required.

May 14 – Zoo Zen, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM –  12PM, It’s time for an introduction to yoga with zoo animals and friends! Learn fun movements as you go on a wild and magical journey full of movement and stories. Recommended for ages 3-5. Comfortable clothing is encouraged and mats are welcomed. Registration required.

May 14 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 15 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 16 – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Introduce your little one to the wonderful world of languages as we learn Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star in Chinese! Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 16 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 17 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 17 – Wine Stroll, Downtown Clermont, 6:30 – 9PM, Explore historic Downtown Clermont while sampling 25 different wines at participating shops. Rain or shine, come to Downtown Clermont and enjoy sampling a variety of red, white, and rose wines at over 20 participating local businesses. Wine sampling starts at 6:30pm at each of the 20+ locations. You will receive a map of participating locations at Check-In where you will receive your wine glass and wristband for the evening. To Check-In for the event, head over to The Art Walk (between The Animal League & Black Bear Kitchen) where wine glasses & wrist bands for each wine stroller are picked up to start your Downtown Clermont exploration. In-Person Ticket Sales & Check-In starts at 5:30pm on The Art Walk.

May 17 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Scott Davidson (Southern Rock, 70’s to current hits)

May 18 – Wish Upon a Star, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Explore the magical world of your favorite fairy tales and build your imagination with stories and activities from The Three Wishes. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 20 – Nocturnal Creatures of ONP Homeschool Series ages 13 – 16, Oakland Nature Preserve, 10AM – 12PM, What goes bump in the night? All kinds of cool creatures, that’s what! Registration required.

May 20 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 21 – Bubble, Bubble Pop!, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Blow, pop and explore with bubbles! Your toddler will have a blast hearing stories and creating their very own sudsy fun. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 21 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 22 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 22 – B is for Bears, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Preschoolers will learn about bears while strengthening early literacy skills through stories and a craft. Recommended for ages 3-5.

May 23 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 24 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 24 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Brian and Hannah (Pop, Rock)

May 25 – Crochet Granny Squares: Confident Beginner Level, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Crochet a classic granny square. Granny squares are the foundation of many blankets, bags and sweaters. Learn how to crochet in circles and then use increase stitches to make a square. Registration Required.

May 27 – Memorial Day Community Ceremony, Veterans Memorial Park, 420 S. Park Avenue, Winter Garden, 8:30 – 9:30AM, Please join us at the Memorial Day Community Ceremony to honor and remember our local veterans who gave their lives during times of war or while serving in the United States armed forces.

May 28 – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Introduce your little one to the wonderful world of languages as we learn Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star in Chinese! Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 28 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 29 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

MAy 29 – Birds of a Feather, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 4:30 – 5:30PM, Learn about North American birds and their cousins across the Pacific ocean, then enjoy bird trivia and crafts focused on avian appreciation. Recommended for families with children aged 8+.

May 30 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 31 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 31 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Orlando Gentleman of Jazz (Jazz)

May 1-5

May 1 – Bubble Playtime, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11 – 11:30AM, Help your child develop gross-motor skills in this interactive bubble party. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 2 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 2 – Ocoee Community Market, Ocoee Lakeshore Center, 125 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, 5 – 9PM

May 3 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 3 – First Friday Food Trucks, Downtown Clermont, 5:30 – 9PM, A Clermont First Friday tradition! Join your family and friends Downtown for live music and food trucks. Each month is a little different than the last, so get set to try some new tastes as well as some popular favorites.

May 3 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Retro Ramblers (Oldies, Pop)

May 4 – SHOP, DINE & STROLL, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, All Day, SHOP, DINE & STROLL is a fun event for all! Gather friends; make it a date outing; or with Mother’s Day around the corner, treat mom or the special women in your life to an early celebration. The daylong SHOP, DINE & STROLL features live entertainment, a downtown-wide Raffle “May”nia, unique dining & shopping options, blooming spring scenery, and so much more to make the day special. LIVE MUSIC OUTDOOR CONCERT, 11:00 am – 8:00 pm. Music will fill the air as you SHOP, DINE & STROLL when special live music performances take center stage in the heart of downtown. Grab a nearby swing, bench, or outdoor table for a front row seat. The free outdoor concert is provided by the City of Winter Garden to create a memorable experience for all. Enjoy!

May 4 – DIY Miniature Zen Gardens, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 2:30 – 3:30PM, Construct a Zen garden from rocks and gravel while exploring the art of abstraction. Ages 11-18.

May 4 – Star Wars® Galactic Games,  West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3 – 4PM, Believe in the force, do you? Take the oath, construct your lightsaber craft and get into gear with activities inspired by a galaxy far, far away. Recommended for families with children ages 5-12. Registration required.

May 5 – Beaded Tassel Necklaces, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 2 – 3PM, Making your own jewelry is easier than you think! Create a unique necklace by stringing beads and adding a tassel. All supplies will be provided. Recommended for ages 18 and up. Registration required.

May 6-12

May 6 – Read to Sydney, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 4 – 5PM, Read to Sydney is a local therapy dog organization that encourages children to practice their reading skills with an attentive furry listener. All ages are welcome. Attendees will have the opportunity to read one-on-one with a therapy dog. A sign-up sheet will be provided to determine the order in which participants will have their turn.

May 7 – Countdown to Kindergarten: Counting at the Pond, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Count and quack your way to becoming a good reader through stories, rhymes and activities designed to help preschoolers develop vital skills to succeed in kindergarten. Ages 4-5.

May 7 – Aloha, Toddlers!, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Cruise down to the library for a staycation luau with plenty of tropical island fun for your little ones. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 7 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM (90s theme)

May 8 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 8 – Bilingual Storytime: Mother’s Day, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11AM, Help your child develop key early-literacy skills through music, movement, and stories in this bilingual storytime featuring books and songs in English and Spanish. Ages 2 – 5. Children will utilize books and activities such as finger plays, stretches, and songs to learn early literacy skills found in Every Child Ready to Read. This program is both for the beginning Spanish speaker and the beginning English speakers.

May 8 – STEAM Free-Play Jr., Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11 – 11:30AM, Explore, discover, learn with STEAM-related toys! STEAM-based play helps to build observation skills, boost creativity, and develop critical thinking. Ages 2-5.

May 8 – Botanical Collages, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 4 – 5PM, Design, cut and paste to create beautiful collages inspired by nature. Ages 6-12. Registration required.

May 9 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 10 – Homeschool Teen Art: Audubon Artists, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, What a wonderful world, let’s paint about it! Learn about John James Audubon as we study and record the local birds of the West Oaks Branch. Recommended for teens ages 13-18. Registration required.

May 10 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music

every Friday night on the Plaza. Sandy Back Porch (Bluegrass)

May 11 – AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Sprint Triathlon & 5K, Waterfront Park, 7:30AM, A Mother’s Day weekend event just for the ladies, the AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Sprint Triathlon & 5K at the World Triathlon Destination, Clermont, FL. The Girlz on Fire Triathlon features a .25 mile Swim, 8 mile bike, and a 3.1 mile Run, along with a Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk.

May 11 – Plant Clinic, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10:15AM – 12:15PM, Bring your plants and ask questions! Master Gardener Volunteers from the UF/IFAS Orange County Extension Office will be available to answer your gardening questions.

May 12 – Our Cause 4 Paws on the Main Patio, Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 11AM – 3PM

May 13-19

May 13 – Creatures of the Night – Homeschool Series ages 9 – 13, Oakland Nature Preserve, 10AM – 12PM, What goes bump in the night? All kinds of cool creatures, that’s what! Registration required.

May 14 – Zoo Zen, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM –  12PM, It’s time for an introduction to yoga with zoo animals and friends! Learn fun movements as you go on a wild and magical journey full of movement and stories. Recommended for ages 3-5. Comfortable clothing is encouraged and mats are welcomed. Registration required.

May 14 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 15 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 16 – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Introduce your little one to the wonderful world of languages as we learn Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star in Chinese! Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 16 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 17 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 17 – Wine Stroll, Downtown Clermont, 6:30 – 9PM, Explore historic Downtown Clermont while sampling 25 different wines at participating shops. Rain or shine, come to Downtown Clermont and enjoy sampling a variety of red, white, and rose wines at over 20 participating local businesses. Wine sampling starts at 6:30pm at each of the 20+ locations. You will receive a map of participating locations at Check-In where you will receive your wine glass and wristband for the evening. To Check-In for the event, head over to The Art Walk (between The Animal League & Black Bear Kitchen) where wine glasses & wrist bands for each wine stroller are picked up to start your Downtown Clermont exploration. In-Person Ticket Sales & Check-In starts at 5:30pm on The Art Walk.

May 17 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Scott Davidson (Southern Rock, 70’s to current hits)

May 18 – Wish Upon a Star, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Explore the magical world of your favorite fairy tales and build your imagination with stories and activities from The Three Wishes. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers.

May 20-26

May 20 – Nocturnal Creatures of ONP Homeschool Series ages 13 – 16, Oakland Nature Preserve, 10AM – 12PM, What goes bump in the night? All kinds of cool creatures, that’s what! Registration required.

May 20 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 21 – Bubble, Bubble Pop!, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Blow, pop and explore with bubbles! Your toddler will have a blast hearing stories and creating their very own sudsy fun. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 21 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 22 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

May 22 – B is for Bears, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Preschoolers will learn about bears while strengthening early literacy skills through stories and a craft. Recommended for ages 3-5.

May 23 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 24 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 24 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Brian and Hannah (Pop, Rock)

May 25 – Crochet Granny Squares: Confident Beginner Level, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Crochet a classic granny square. Granny squares are the foundation of many blankets, bags and sweaters. Learn how to crochet in circles and then use increase stitches to make a square. Registration Required.

May 27-31

May 27 – Memorial Day Community Ceremony, Veterans Memorial Park, 420 S. Park Avenue, Winter Garden, 8:30 – 9:30AM, Please join us at the Memorial Day Community Ceremony to honor and remember our local veterans who gave their lives during times of war or while serving in the United States armed forces.

May 28 – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Introduce your little one to the wonderful world of languages as we learn Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star in Chinese! Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

May 28 – Trivia Night at Crooked Can Brewing, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 9:30PM

May 29 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 10:30AM, Silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! Flow-through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, parachute games, and relaxing rest time! Recommended for families with children ages 0-7.

MAy 29 – Birds of a Feather, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 4:30 – 5:30PM, Learn about North American birds and their cousins across the Pacific ocean, then enjoy bird trivia and crafts focused on avian appreciation. Recommended for families with children aged 8+.

May 30 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, West Oaks Branch Library and Genealogy Center,1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11:30AM – 12:30PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 31 – Caregiver Connect: Stay and Play, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 11:35AM – 12PM, Connect with other caregivers to meet and mingle while your little one explores imaginary play with new and old friends. Recommended for ages 0-5.

May 31 – Friday on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Orlando Gentleman of Jazz (Jazz)

Things to do in Maitland/Altamonte

May 1 – LEGO® Free Build, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 4 – 5PM, We provide the bricks and you build! No registration required. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

May 2 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 3 – Getdown Downtown Street Party, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Get ready to rock to classic hits with Skin Deep.

May 4 – Star Wars and S.T.E.M. – A May the Fourth Celebration, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2:30 – 4:30PM, Join us for a Star Wars Celebration with themed S.T.E.M. activities. Make your own mini light saber, test your “piloting” skills with a DIY airplane launcher, and see if you can make a robot hand that can compete with R2D2. May the Fourth be with You!

May 7 – Tiny Art, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PM, Express your inner artist! Join us and paint your own mini masterpiece on a tiny canvas.

May 8 – Fresh for Kids, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 4 – 5:30PM, It’s our hands-on cooking class for kids. Each month, we’ll learn two to three new recipes that children can make themselves. Register each child individually. If you are registering more than one child, click Add Another, then add the next child’s information.

May 9 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 13 – Yoga with Deborah, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join Deborah in the meeting room for a FREE Yoga class. Bring your own mat and water bottle.

May 14 – Cooking with Amy: Instapot Inspiration, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PM, Do you know all the things you can make with your Instapot? A little bit of everything! Join guest Amy Murphy for a cooking demo and be inspired to try some new recipes.

May 15 – Blood Drive, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2 – 7PM, Get on the bus, the Big Red Bus! OneBlood will be at the Library, collecting blood for those in need. Appointments are recommended, though walk-ins are welcome. Appointments can be made online through OneBlood.

May 16 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 18 – Community Cleanup Days, Lake Sybelia Beach Park, 290 Jackson Street, Maitland, 9 -11AM, The City of Maitland will host a community cleanup event from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 18, to help keep Lake Sybelia clean and beautiful. The staging area will be at Lake Sybelia Beach on the east side of the lake, 290 Jackson St.  Volunteers are needed to gather litter from areas surrounding the lake. Equipment will be provided. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Bring school community service forms to be signed.

May 20 – Yoga with Deborah, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join Deborah in the meeting room for a FREE Yoga class. Bring your own mat and water bottle.

May 21 – Crackle Gem Jewelry, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PMWe are going to paint pieces some crackle-textured glass gems and make jewelry. NOTE: the glass will not have sharp edges.

May 29 – Trucks and Tales, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Join us for story time with special guests from the Maitland Police and Fire Departments. After story time, we will have cookies and go outside where you can touch a firetruck, police car and an ambulance. You can even climb inside if you want to! Registration is not required; however, if you register the MPD will be sure to have enough cookies!

May 30 – Summer Reading Kickoff – Dragon Adventures, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2 – 4PM, Save the Prince and Princess from the dragon’s lair using the power of science! Children (and adults) will be dazzled and amazed in this exciting, interactive science adventure! Recommended for ages 5+.

May 31 – Sensory Story Time, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Explore early learning concepts with Ms. Christina and Ms. Kami with action songs, interactive stories, and sensory activities! This special story time is on the last Friday of the month @ 10:30am. Recommended for children ages 2 to 5.

May 1-5

May 1 – LEGO® Free Build, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 4 – 5PM, We provide the bricks and you build! No registration required. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

May 2 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 3 – Getdown Downtown Street Party, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Get ready to rock to classic hits with Skin Deep.

May 4 – Star Wars and S.T.E.M. – A May the Fourth Celebration, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2:30 – 4:30PM, Join us for a Star Wars Celebration with themed S.T.E.M. activities. Make your own mini light saber, test your “piloting” skills with a DIY airplane launcher, and see if you can make a robot hand that can compete with R2D2. May the Fourth be with You!

May 6-12

May 7 – Tiny Art, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PM, Express your inner artist! Join us and paint your own mini masterpiece on a tiny canvas.

May 8 – Fresh for Kids, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 4 – 5:30PM, It’s our hands-on cooking class for kids. Each month, we’ll learn two to three new recipes that children can make themselves. Register each child individually. If you are registering more than one child, click Add Another, then add the next child’s information.

May 9 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 13-19

May 13 – Yoga with Deborah, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join Deborah in the meeting room for a FREE Yoga class. Bring your own mat and water bottle.

May 14 – Cooking with Amy: Instapot Inspiration, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PM, Do you know all the things you can make with your Instapot? A little bit of everything! Join guest Amy Murphy for a cooking demo and be inspired to try some new recipes.

May 15 – Blood Drive, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2 – 7PM, Get on the bus, the Big Red Bus! OneBlood will be at the Library, collecting blood for those in need. Appointments are recommended, though walk-ins are welcome. Appointments can be made online through OneBlood.

May 16 – Adventures with Books, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 1 – 2:30PM, Adventures with Books is an enrichment program geared towards homeschooled children (K-8), run by local moms and sponsored by the Library. The program is free, but you may be asked to help with supplies or snacks. We do welcome younger siblings.

May 18 – Community Cleanup Days, Lake Sybelia Beach Park, 290 Jackson Street, Maitland, 9 -11AM, The City of Maitland will host a community cleanup event from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 18, to help keep Lake Sybelia clean and beautiful. The staging area will be at Lake Sybelia Beach on the east side of the lake, 290 Jackson St.  Volunteers are needed to gather litter from areas surrounding the lake. Equipment will be provided. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Bring school community service forms to be signed.

May 20-26

May 20 – Yoga with Deborah, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join Deborah in the meeting room for a FREE Yoga class. Bring your own mat and water bottle.

May 21 – Crackle Gem Jewelry, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 7 – 8:30PMWe are going to paint pieces some crackle-textured glass gems and make jewelry. NOTE: the glass will not have sharp edges.

May 27-31

May 29 – Trucks and Tales, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Join us for story time with special guests from the Maitland Police and Fire Departments. After story time, we will have cookies and go outside where you can touch a firetruck, police car and an ambulance. You can even climb inside if you want to! Registration is not required; however, if you register the MPD will be sure to have enough cookies!

May 30 – Summer Reading Kickoff – Dragon Adventures, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 2 – 4PM, Save the Prince and Princess from the dragon’s lair using the power of science! Children (and adults) will be dazzled and amazed in this exciting, interactive science adventure! Recommended for ages 5+.

May 31 – Sensory Story Time, Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Explore early learning concepts with Ms. Christina and Ms. Kami with action songs, interactive stories, and sensory activities! This special story time is on the last Friday of the month @ 10:30am. Recommended for children ages 2 to 5.

Things to do in Winter Park/College Park/Baldwin Park

May 2 – Wine 101, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 6:30 – 8PM, The Wine Room brings its expertise to the Library in this tasting session. Wine and cheeses will be served. $10 fee per person. Registration opens on Wednesday, April 24 at 9:00 am.

May 4 – Free Comic Book Day, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, All Day, All ages. Celebrate Free Comic Book Day by picking up free comic books! Comics will be available while supplies last on the second floor of the library.

May 4 – Park It at the Market, Winter Park Farmer’s Market, 10:30 – 11AM, Ages 2-5 years. Preschoolers will listen and learn through stories, song, and play. We encourage full and active participation of the accompanying adult. Bring your own blanket to sit on the ground. No enrollment required.

May 4 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 5 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 6 – Pajama Time, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 7 – 7:30PM, Ages 2-5. Wear your favorite pair of pajamas and join Ms. Shanna for an evening of stories, songs and rhymes designed to build letter knowledge, vocabulary and narrative skills. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults. Please enroll per child and list younger siblings names and ages in the notes.

May 8 – Angel Paws to Read, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 3:30 – 4PM, Students age 5+ may read to a therapy dog and earn paw stamps towards free books. Enrollment required per child. Someone will check you in to confirm your reservation. Please only register for either the 3:30 pm or 4:00 pm session.

May 9 – Popcorn Flicks in the Park, Central Park – Main Stage, 11 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 8PM, Movie Title – Shrek This film series features classic films for the whole family. We encourage you to bring a blanket, a picnic or snacks, and some family and friends.

May 11 – Mother’s Day Mommy and Me Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 12 – 1PM, We invite you for a special yoga class in the midst of beautiful Mead Botanical Garden to help celebrate mom’s with their kids!

May 12 – Munchies & a Movie: Encanto, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 1 – 3PM, Ages 2-12. Bring your lunch and a blanket while you watch “Encanto.” Small munchies and water provided. This film is rated “PG.”

May 12 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 13 – Pajama Time, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 7 – 7:30PM, Ages 2-5. Wear your favorite pair of pajamas and join Ms. Shanna for an evening of stories, songs and rhymes designed to build letter knowledge, vocabulary and narrative skills. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults. Please enroll per child and list younger siblings names and ages in the notes.

May 18 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 18 – Tweens Make! Hand-Sewn Penguins, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Grades 5-7. Explore the world of art, crafting, and creating. This session: Hand-Sewn Penguins.

May 19 – Munchies & a Movie: Detective Pikachu, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 1 – 2:30PM, Grades 5-12. Bring your lunch and a blanket while you watch Detective Pikachu. Small munchies and water provided. This film is rated “PG.”

May 19 – Author Salon: Dr. Ruth D. Edwards, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Historian Valada Flewellyn will be in conversation with Library Director of Education Dr. Ruth Edwards to discuss her book Becoming a Black Woman, a discourse on Black women’s development within the context of the United States, and the pivotal theory that describes their socialization. Partnership with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), Dorothy T. Johnson Branch.

May 19 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 21 – City Blood Drive, Winter Park City Hall, 401 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 9AM – 2PM, Thank you for doing your part to help oneblood. A critical number of voluntary donations are required every day to meet the need for blood. We appreciate your lifesaving efforts. To donate blood, you must be at least 16 years old, weigh 110 pounds, and be in good health. All donors must bring a photo ID.

May 23 – Pokémon Gym, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 4:30 – 5:30PM, Grades 3-7. Calling all trainers! Bring your Pokémon cards to battle and trade with fellow players.

May 25 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 25 – The Adventure Begins!, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 10AM – 12PM, Your journey to adventure begins at your Library this summer. Test your skills with carnival games, make your own person-powered snow cone, enjoy furry friends at the petting zoo, and more. Sign up for our reading challenge and snag a free book!

May 26 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 28 – Summer Chef: Popcorn & Trail Mix, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Grades 5-7. Take a culinary quest! Learn to make snacks that travel well to take on your next adventure.

May 31 – Board Game Bonanza, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Unplug and play at the library during our board game bonanza! Pick from a selection of board games to play with others while enjoying a snack. Drop in while supplies last.

May 1-5

May 2 – Wine 101, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 6:30 – 8PM, The Wine Room brings its expertise to the Library in this tasting session. Wine and cheeses will be served. $10 fee per person. Registration opens on Wednesday, April 24 at 9:00 am.

May 4 – Free Comic Book Day, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, All Day, All ages. Celebrate Free Comic Book Day by picking up free comic books! Comics will be available while supplies last on the second floor of the library.

May 4 – Park It at the Market, Winter Park Farmer’s Market, 10:30 – 11AM, Ages 2-5 years. Preschoolers will listen and learn through stories, song, and play. We encourage full and active participation of the accompanying adult. Bring your own blanket to sit on the ground. No enrollment required.

May 4 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 5 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 6-12

May 6 – Pajama Time, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 7 – 7:30PM, Ages 2-5. Wear your favorite pair of pajamas and join Ms. Shanna for an evening of stories, songs and rhymes designed to build letter knowledge, vocabulary and narrative skills. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults. Please enroll per child and list younger siblings names and ages in the notes.

May 8 – Angel Paws to Read, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 3:30 – 4PM, Students age 5+ may read to a therapy dog and earn paw stamps towards free books. Enrollment required per child. Someone will check you in to confirm your reservation. Please only register for either the 3:30 pm or 4:00 pm session.

May 9 – Popcorn Flicks in the Park, Central Park – Main Stage, 11 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 8PM, Movie Title – Shrek This film series features classic films for the whole family. We encourage you to bring a blanket, a picnic or snacks, and some family and friends.

May 11 – Mother’s Day Mommy and Me Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 12 – 1PM, We invite you for a special yoga class in the midst of beautiful Mead Botanical Garden to help celebrate mom’s with their kids!

May 12 – Munchies & a Movie: Encanto, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 1 – 3PM, Ages 2-12. Bring your lunch and a blanket while you watch “Encanto.” Small munchies and water provided. This film is rated “PG.”

May 12 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 13-19

May 13 – Pajama Time, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 7 – 7:30PM, Ages 2-5. Wear your favorite pair of pajamas and join Ms. Shanna for an evening of stories, songs and rhymes designed to build letter knowledge, vocabulary and narrative skills. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults. Please enroll per child and list younger siblings names and ages in the notes.

May 18 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 18 – Tweens Make! Hand-Sewn Penguins, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Grades 5-7. Explore the world of art, crafting, and creating. This session: Hand-Sewn Penguins.

May 19 – Munchies & a Movie: Detective Pikachu, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 1 – 2:30PM, Grades 5-12. Bring your lunch and a blanket while you watch Detective Pikachu. Small munchies and water provided. This film is rated “PG.”

May 19 – Author Salon: Dr. Ruth D. Edwards, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Historian Valada Flewellyn will be in conversation with Library Director of Education Dr. Ruth Edwards to discuss her book Becoming a Black Woman, a discourse on Black women’s development within the context of the United States, and the pivotal theory that describes their socialization. Partnership with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), Dorothy T. Johnson Branch.

May 19 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 20-26

May 21 – City Blood Drive, Winter Park City Hall, 401 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 9AM – 2PM, Thank you for doing your part to help oneblood. A critical number of voluntary donations are required every day to meet the need for blood. We appreciate your lifesaving efforts. To donate blood, you must be at least 16 years old, weigh 110 pounds, and be in good health. All donors must bring a photo ID.

May 23 – Pokémon Gym, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 4:30 – 5:30PM, Grades 3-7. Calling all trainers! Bring your Pokémon cards to battle and trade with fellow players.

May 25 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9AM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 25 – The Adventure Begins!, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 10AM – 12PM, Your journey to adventure begins at your Library this summer. Test your skills with carnival games, make your own person-powered snow cone, enjoy furry friends at the petting zoo, and more. Sign up for our reading challenge and snag a free book!

May 26 – Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 5PM, Join us for yoga in the Garden in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

May 27-31

May 28 – Summer Chef: Popcorn & Trail Mix, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Grades 5-7. Take a culinary quest! Learn to make snacks that travel well to take on your next adventure.

May 31 – Board Game Bonanza, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 2 – 4PM, Unplug and play at the library during our board game bonanza! Pick from a selection of board games to play with others while enjoying a snack. Drop in while supplies last.

Things to do in Daytona/DeLand

May 1 – The Everly Brothers Experience, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Since 2016, brothers Zachary and Dylan Zmed along with their partner and drummer Burleigh Drummond, have celebrated the pivotal music and history of The Everly Brothers legacy with enthusiastic crowds all across the US and overseas in prestigious venues. The Zmed Brothers say, “ The music of the 50’s and 60’s is nostalgic for us, our parents raised us all on it, and we feel that Don and Phil’s contribution is greatly overlooked, especially by younger generations. Our aim is not to impersonate but to do our best at honoring their brotherly legacy through our own spirits by representing the aesthetics of their iconic sound and by exploring the important role they played in pioneering the rock n’ roll movement, all while having a little fun sharing our own personal story,” and they do just that.

May 3 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 8 – Wine, Women & Chocolate, Downtown DeLand, 5 – 7:45PM, Here’s how it works: walk into any participating shop and ask for a Passport. Start collecting stamps/signatures no earlier than 5:00pm and make sure you are at The Abbey Bar (117 N. Woodland Blvd.) by 7:45pm. Drawing for prizes will begin at 8:00pm inside The Abbey Bar. You must be present to win prizes. If you arrive dressed to the theme, you will receive a raffle ticket for another chance at a prize!

May 10 – Friday Night Bites, The Center at Deltona, 1640 Dr. M.L.K. Blvd, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 10 – The Black Opry Revue, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Fiddles and banjos take center stage in an engaging night of country, blues, folk, and Americana music with the Black Opry Revue. The collective honors the significant but often overlooked contributions of Black artists to these genres. Black Opry is a hub for artists and fans of these music styles, providing an avenue to discover, amplify, and support artists through their diverse and dynamic sounds. Black Opry is a home for Black artists and fans of country, blues, folk, and Americana music. Country music has been made by and loved by Black people since its conception. For just as long, they have been overlooked and disregarded in the genre by fans and executives. Black Opry wants to change that. We invite you to discover, support, and enjoy the Black artists that make magic in this space. One of the most valuable aspects of country music is its versatility and diversity in sound. Country, blues, folk, and Americana music often overlap or weave together – these artists explore all of those sounds and intersections. The Black Opry Revue showcases the diversity in sound and stories that Black artists offer to these genres.

May 11 – Bloom Market Art & Crafts Fair, Artisan Alley, 10AM – 4PM, A market for makers, designers, doers, and dreamers. Just before Mother’s Day. A great time to gather and find ways to celebrate family through art.

May 11 – Sir Jac, a Tribute to Prince, Athens Theatre, 9:30 – 10:30PM, Sir Jac has been performing this “Princely” production for over ten years and is globally recognized as the premier Prince Tribute performer. He walks, talks, and, of course, sings just like the legend! Expect to hear all of your favorites like Little Red Corvette, Let’s Go Crazy, When Doves Cry, Kiss, 1999, and many more! Be ready to get soaked in Purple Rain and relive the height of Prince’s career as you experience this truly wonderful show!

May 17 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 17 – The Surrogate Band, Athens Theatre, The Surrogate Band returns by popular demand to DeLand’s historic theatre. This Floyd tribute band has built its beloved reputation on their live shows that emulate and recreate the sound and soundscape of Pink Floyd’s live shows.

May 18 – Downtown DeLand Cruise-In, Downtown DeLand, 3 – 7PM

May 24 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 25 – Let’s Hang On, Frankie Valli Tribute, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Let’s Hang On has established itself as the preeminent Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute group by combining spot-on vocals and crisp choreography with a genuine ability to entertain an audience. The seasoned performers respectfully pay tribute to all these classic “Four Seasons” details while also paying tribute to the Broadway show, The Jersey Boys.  This powerhouse group will perform all of The Frankie Valli mega hits including: Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, December of 1963 and Who Loves You!

May 29 – The Foreigner Experience, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, With sales of more than 80 million albums, including 39 singles, 14 Top 20 hits, and 4 gold records, FOREIGNER is one of the best-loved musical acts of all time. The Foreigner Experience brings their iconic hits to life with passion and reverence for one of the world’s greatest rock bands. Composed of national touring musicians, the Foreigner Experience band has rocked audiences all over the southeast since 2012. Their high-energy shows always leave audiences wanting more.

May 30 – Volusia Pride Pageant, Athens Theatre, 6:30 – 8:30PM, The Volusia Pride Pageant crowns the next Volusia Pride representatives at community events throughout Florida. It’s an evening of spirited performances, fantastic costumes, and friendly competition as our would-be royalty compete to become your next Volusia Pride representatives! Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:00pm. This show is 18+ only.

May 31 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 31 – DeLand Ice Cream Walk, 6 – 8PM, Get ready to kick off the summer with a sweet adventure in Downtown DeLand! The DeLand Ice Cream Walk is on the last day of school, and you don’t want to miss it! On this delightful walk, you will have the chance to sample ice cream supplied by your local shops. Whether you’re a child, an adult, an ice cream aficionado, or just someone who loves to explore new flavors, the DeLand Ice Cream Walk has something for everyone. You will enjoy strolling around downtown while indulging in delightful frozen treats. The DeLand Ice Cream Walk is not just about enjoying delicious ice cream; it’s also about supporting local businesses and connecting with your community.  Get your ticket and join us for this unforgettable ice cream adventure in Downtown DeLand. Your taste buds will thank you! Ice cream supplied by Pat & Toni’s Sweet Things, Berryville, and Whit’s Frozen Custard of DeLand.

May 1-5

May 1 – The Everly Brothers Experience, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Since 2016, brothers Zachary and Dylan Zmed along with their partner and drummer Burleigh Drummond, have celebrated the pivotal music and history of The Everly Brothers legacy with enthusiastic crowds all across the US and overseas in prestigious venues. The Zmed Brothers say, “ The music of the 50’s and 60’s is nostalgic for us, our parents raised us all on it, and we feel that Don and Phil’s contribution is greatly overlooked, especially by younger generations. Our aim is not to impersonate but to do our best at honoring their brotherly legacy through our own spirits by representing the aesthetics of their iconic sound and by exploring the important role they played in pioneering the rock n’ roll movement, all while having a little fun sharing our own personal story,” and they do just that.

May 3 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 6-12

May 8 – Wine, Women & Chocolate, Downtown DeLand, 5 – 7:45PM, Here’s how it works: walk into any participating shop and ask for a Passport. Start collecting stamps/signatures no earlier than 5:00pm and make sure you are at The Abbey Bar (117 N. Woodland Blvd.) by 7:45pm. Drawing for prizes will begin at 8:00pm inside The Abbey Bar. You must be present to win prizes. If you arrive dressed to the theme, you will receive a raffle ticket for another chance at a prize!

May 10 – Friday Night Bites, The Center at Deltona, 1640 Dr. M.L.K. Blvd, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 10 – The Black Opry Revue, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Fiddles and banjos take center stage in an engaging night of country, blues, folk, and Americana music with the Black Opry Revue. The collective honors the significant but often overlooked contributions of Black artists to these genres. Black Opry is a hub for artists and fans of these music styles, providing an avenue to discover, amplify, and support artists through their diverse and dynamic sounds. Black Opry is a home for Black artists and fans of country, blues, folk, and Americana music. Country music has been made by and loved by Black people since its conception. For just as long, they have been overlooked and disregarded in the genre by fans and executives. Black Opry wants to change that. We invite you to discover, support, and enjoy the Black artists that make magic in this space. One of the most valuable aspects of country music is its versatility and diversity in sound. Country, blues, folk, and Americana music often overlap or weave together – these artists explore all of those sounds and intersections. The Black Opry Revue showcases the diversity in sound and stories that Black artists offer to these genres.

May 11 – Bloom Market Art & Crafts Fair, Artisan Alley, 10AM – 4PM, A market for makers, designers, doers, and dreamers. Just before Mother’s Day. A great time to gather and find ways to celebrate family through art.

May 11 – Sir Jac, a Tribute to Prince, Athens Theatre, 9:30 – 10:30PM, Sir Jac has been performing this “Princely” production for over ten years and is globally recognized as the premier Prince Tribute performer. He walks, talks, and, of course, sings just like the legend! Expect to hear all of your favorites like Little Red Corvette, Let’s Go Crazy, When Doves Cry, Kiss, 1999, and many more! Be ready to get soaked in Purple Rain and relive the height of Prince’s career as you experience this truly wonderful show!

May 13-19

May 17 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 17 – The Surrogate Band, Athens Theatre, The Surrogate Band returns by popular demand to DeLand’s historic theatre. This Floyd tribute band has built its beloved reputation on their live shows that emulate and recreate the sound and soundscape of Pink Floyd’s live shows.

May 18 – Downtown DeLand Cruise-In, Downtown DeLand, 3 – 7PM

May 20-26

May 24 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 25 – Let’s Hang On, Frankie Valli Tribute, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Let’s Hang On has established itself as the preeminent Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons tribute group by combining spot-on vocals and crisp choreography with a genuine ability to entertain an audience. The seasoned performers respectfully pay tribute to all these classic “Four Seasons” details while also paying tribute to the Broadway show, The Jersey Boys.  This powerhouse group will perform all of The Frankie Valli mega hits including: Sherry, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You, December of 1963 and Who Loves You!

May 27-31

May 29 – The Foreigner Experience, Athens Theatre, 7:30 – 9:30PM, With sales of more than 80 million albums, including 39 singles, 14 Top 20 hits, and 4 gold records, FOREIGNER is one of the best-loved musical acts of all time. The Foreigner Experience brings their iconic hits to life with passion and reverence for one of the world’s greatest rock bands. Composed of national touring musicians, the Foreigner Experience band has rocked audiences all over the southeast since 2012. Their high-energy shows always leave audiences wanting more.

May 30 – Volusia Pride Pageant, Athens Theatre, 6:30 – 8:30PM, The Volusia Pride Pageant crowns the next Volusia Pride representatives at community events throughout Florida. It’s an evening of spirited performances, fantastic costumes, and friendly competition as our would-be royalty compete to become your next Volusia Pride representatives! Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:00pm. This show is 18+ only.

May 31 – Friday Night Bites, Wes Crile Park, 1537 Norbert Terrace, Deltona, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Join us for Friday Night Bites from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM! Indulge in a variety of delicious cuisines and treats while enjoying the evening vibes. Don’t miss out on the flavorful experience! Every Friday (excluding the second Friday of the month), we will hold ‘Friday Night Bites’ in the Wes Crile Park parking lot. On the second Friday of each month, ‘Friday Night Bites’ will be held at the Center at Deltona. A list of the food trucks in attendance will be posted the day before each event.

May 31 – DeLand Ice Cream Walk, 6 – 8PM, Get ready to kick off the summer with a sweet adventure in Downtown DeLand! The DeLand Ice Cream Walk is on the last day of school, and you don’t want to miss it! On this delightful walk, you will have the chance to sample ice cream supplied by your local shops. Whether you’re a child, an adult, an ice cream aficionado, or just someone who loves to explore new flavors, the DeLand Ice Cream Walk has something for everyone. You will enjoy strolling around downtown while indulging in delightful frozen treats. The DeLand Ice Cream Walk is not just about enjoying delicious ice cream; it’s also about supporting local businesses and connecting with your community.  Get your ticket and join us for this unforgettable ice cream adventure in Downtown DeLand. Your taste buds will thank you! Ice cream supplied by Pat & Toni’s Sweet Things, Berryville, and Whit’s Frozen Custard of DeLand.

Things to do in Kissimmee

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 1 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6:30 – 8:30PM, Te invitamos a disfrutar de esta velada informal junto a talentosos exponentes hispanos de la lectura, poesía, música, teatro y otras facetas del arte.

May 2 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 2 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 3 – “Los Rabanes” Live in Concert, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 9PM, “Los Rabanes” bring their Ska Rock Fusion to Sunset Walk, with a career spanning Two Decades they are the first Band from Central America to Win the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Album!

May 3 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 4 – Free Comic Book Day, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 12 – 2PM, Celebrate Free Comic Book Day with activities, crafts, games, and more! Learn how to make comics, answer trivia, and try your luck at Superhero Bingo! Free comics available while supplies last.

May 4 – Freestyle Brunch Party, Estefan Kitchen Orlando, 12 – 3PM, Saturday just got hotter! Estefan Kitchen Orlando is bringing Freestyle back! Join us for dancing, food, and drinks specials, including bottomless Mimosas, while a live DJ spins the greatest hits of Freestyle. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

May 4 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 4 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 5 – 4th annual Cinco De Mayor Street Party, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 3PM, Join us for the Promenade at Sunset Walk’s 4th annual Cinco De Mayor Street Party and Celebration, featuring: Nonstop Live Music Celebration with Rhythm Me Up and The Rundown live on 2 performance stages, including The Rundown’s tribute to Maná, Latin America’s No. 1 selling rock band, DJ Gabriel and DJ J Quezt spinning the very best Latin Pop, Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, and more, Street performers including The Tres Amigos, Food and beverage specials including margaritas and mojitos, Over 30 restaurants, specialty shops, and experiences.

May 5 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 9 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 9 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 10 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 11 & 12 – Mother’s Day, Island H2O Water Park, Celebrate Mother’s Day at Island H2O Water Park! On May 11th and 12th, Moms can treat themselves to a signature “Momosa” at Tag Shack, embark on a scavenger hunt adventure to win a prize, enjoy the relaxation of Private Domain, and enjoy a day of making unforgettable memories with their family at Island H2O Water Park’s Mother’s Day Celebration! This special event is included in admission and is only available on May 11th and 12th! Bring your mom and have some fun celebrating her!

May 11 – Maker’s Café: Sand Art Terrarium, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 12 – 1PM, Create a mini terrarium that is sand-sational! Supplies provided.

May 11 – Adult Party, Island H2O Water Park, 7 – 11PM, Let’s GLOW Foam Party is on May 11th from 7-11 PM! Enjoy a night out at Orlando’s ONLY Adult Glow Foam Party! Get the night started with themed MarGLOWritas at Tag Shack! Strike a pose and join the conga line in the heart of the glow foam action at Live! Lagoon Wave Pool. You’ll dance the night away in a mountain of foam as a DJ plays your favorite dance music! End the night by taking a ride on your favorite Island H2O Water Park slide or ride the waves at Live! Lagoon Wave Pool at this incredible island party! Let’s GLOW! Get your tickets now before they sell out!

May 11 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 11 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 12 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 12 – Car & Truck Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 11AM – 2PM, On the second Sunday of every month, the Promenade at Sunset Walk hosts hundreds of classic to modern cars and trucks from all eras, makes, and models. Hosted by DJ Scotty B playing the perfect complement of everything from classic rock & roll to today’s current hits. Be sure to visit all of the restaurants, shops, and entertainment options in the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 16 – The Wildflowers: The Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers., The Wharf, 5 – 9:30PM, The Wharf Concert Series presents The Wildflowers: The Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to celebrate the life and music of one of the greatest rock icons of all time, performing hit after hit of Tom Petty’s billboard smashes including “Listen to Her Heart,” “Here Comes That Girl,” “I Need to Know,” “Breakdown,” “The Waiting,” and more! Plus very special guest, Mr. Thomas Watkins.

May 16 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 16 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 17 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 18 – Rainbow Reading Book Club, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 3 – 4PM, Enjoy a lively book discussion based on the month’s LGBTQ+ book selection!  This Month: Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx

May 18 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 18 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 19 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 23 – Sensory Playdate, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 10 – 10:30AM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 23 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 23 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 24 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 25 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 25 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 26 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 30 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 30 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 31 – Dive In Movies, Island H2O Water Park, Experience all of your family favorite movies on Central Florida’s LARGEST Outdoor Digital Wave Pool Screen every Friday from 5/31-7/26 at 6 PM! Season Passholders get a FREE bag of Popcorn at every Dive In Movie! Check back for the movie lineup!

May 31 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 1-5

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 1 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6:30 – 8:30PM, Te invitamos a disfrutar de esta velada informal junto a talentosos exponentes hispanos de la lectura, poesía, música, teatro y otras facetas del arte.

May 2 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 2 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 3 – “Los Rabanes” Live in Concert, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 9PM, “Los Rabanes” bring their Ska Rock Fusion to Sunset Walk, with a career spanning Two Decades they are the first Band from Central America to Win the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Album!

May 3 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 4 – Free Comic Book Day, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 12 – 2PM, Celebrate Free Comic Book Day with activities, crafts, games, and more! Learn how to make comics, answer trivia, and try your luck at Superhero Bingo! Free comics available while supplies last.

May 4 – Freestyle Brunch Party, Estefan Kitchen Orlando, 12 – 3PM, Saturday just got hotter! Estefan Kitchen Orlando is bringing Freestyle back! Join us for dancing, food, and drinks specials, including bottomless Mimosas, while a live DJ spins the greatest hits of Freestyle. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

May 4 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 4 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 5 – 4th annual Cinco De Mayor Street Party, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 3PM, Join us for the Promenade at Sunset Walk’s 4th annual Cinco De Mayor Street Party and Celebration, featuring: Nonstop Live Music Celebration with Rhythm Me Up and The Rundown live on 2 performance stages, including The Rundown’s tribute to Maná, Latin America’s No. 1 selling rock band, DJ Gabriel and DJ J Quezt spinning the very best Latin Pop, Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, and more, Street performers including The Tres Amigos, Food and beverage specials including margaritas and mojitos, Over 30 restaurants, specialty shops, and experiences.

May 5 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 6-12

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 9 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 9 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 10 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 11 & 12 – Mother’s Day, Island H2O Water Park, Celebrate Mother’s Day at Island H2O Water Park! On May 11th and 12th, Moms can treat themselves to a signature “Momosa” at Tag Shack, embark on a scavenger hunt adventure to win a prize, enjoy the relaxation of Private Domain, and enjoy a day of making unforgettable memories with their family at Island H2O Water Park’s Mother’s Day Celebration! This special event is included in admission and is only available on May 11th and 12th! Bring your mom and have some fun celebrating her!

May 11 – Maker’s Café: Sand Art Terrarium, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 12 – 1PM, Create a mini terrarium that is sand-sational! Supplies provided.

May 11 – Adult Party, Island H2O Water Park, 7 – 11PM, Let’s GLOW Foam Party is on May 11th from 7-11 PM! Enjoy a night out at Orlando’s ONLY Adult Glow Foam Party! Get the night started with themed MarGLOWritas at Tag Shack! Strike a pose and join the conga line in the heart of the glow foam action at Live! Lagoon Wave Pool. You’ll dance the night away in a mountain of foam as a DJ plays your favorite dance music! End the night by taking a ride on your favorite Island H2O Water Park slide or ride the waves at Live! Lagoon Wave Pool at this incredible island party! Let’s GLOW! Get your tickets now before they sell out!

May 11 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 11 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 12 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 12 – Car & Truck Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 11AM – 2PM, On the second Sunday of every month, the Promenade at Sunset Walk hosts hundreds of classic to modern cars and trucks from all eras, makes, and models. Hosted by DJ Scotty B playing the perfect complement of everything from classic rock & roll to today’s current hits. Be sure to visit all of the restaurants, shops, and entertainment options in the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 13-19

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 16 – The Wildflowers: The Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers., The Wharf, 5 – 9:30PM, The Wharf Concert Series presents The Wildflowers: The Tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to celebrate the life and music of one of the greatest rock icons of all time, performing hit after hit of Tom Petty’s billboard smashes including “Listen to Her Heart,” “Here Comes That Girl,” “I Need to Know,” “Breakdown,” “The Waiting,” and more! Plus very special guest, Mr. Thomas Watkins.

May 16 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 16 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 17 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 18 – Rainbow Reading Book Club, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 3 – 4PM, Enjoy a lively book discussion based on the month’s LGBTQ+ book selection!  This Month: Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx

May 18 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 18 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 19 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more

May 20-26

May 1 – 27 – First Responder’s Month, Island H2O Water Park, During the month of May, Island H2O Water Park is celebrating First Responder’s with a special discount on park admission! All Military, EMT, Firefighters, Police, and Medical Members will get a FREE entrance ticket and 50% off for up to 4 family members! Enjoy an island getaway with this offer from May 1st-May 27th! This offer is only available at the front gate. Not available online. Please show credentials at the front gate.

May 23 – Sensory Playdate, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 10 – 10:30AM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 23 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 23 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 24 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

May 25 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

May 25 – Sunset Saturday Artisan Market, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, features the best local artisan, craft, and specialty vendors from across Central Florida.

May 26 – Sunday-Latin-Sunday, Promenade Plaza Stage, 5PM, Join us every Sunday evenings as the Promenade at Sunset Walk, El Jefe Tequilas Taco Cantina, BR 77 Brazilian Steak House, and Estefan Kitchen Orlando present Sunday-Latin-Sunday on the Promenade Plaza Stage, starting at 5 PM. Sunday-Latin-Sunday features the very best DJs from Central Florida including: DJ Gabriel, DJ J Quezt, DJ Elie, and DJ K1X spinning the best merengue, salsa, Latin pop, bachata, and more!

May 27-31

May 30 – Craft, Food, & Drink Market, 6PM, The Promenade Sunset Craft, Food, & Drink Market features the best craft and artisan vendors from across Central Florida, now joined by many of our terrific venues of the Promenade as they bring their delicious food and beverage menus to the streets of Sunset Walk!

May 30 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6PM, Our Promenade Plaza Thursdays feature the best art and décor vendors from across Central Florida, plus live musical performances every Thursday evening, starting at 6 PM. This is a free, outdoor event.

May 31 – Dive In Movies, Island H2O Water Park, Experience all of your family favorite movies on Central Florida’s LARGEST Outdoor Digital Wave Pool Screen every Friday from 5/31-7/26 at 6 PM! Season Passholders get a FREE bag of Popcorn at every Dive In Movie! Check back for the movie lineup!

May 31 – Dockside Dueling Pianos, The Wharf, 9:30PM – Midnight, Discover an inviting haven at The Wharf at Sunset Walk, designed to captivate target groups seeking vibrant group outings and special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, and bachelorette parties. Every Friday night, relish the excitement of Dockside Dueling Pianos, where aficionados of collective revelry can immerse themselves in the joy of requesting beloved tunes while being swept away by the dynamic live piano performances. $6 cover charge at the door beginning at 9:30 PM. Ages 21 and over only after 9:30 PM.

Things to do in Lake Mary/Sanford

May 2 – Teen Book Talk – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6 – 7PM, Love to read? Did you just finish a great book you want to talk about? Join us to connect with other teens and meet new friends. NEW: Teen Book Talk is currently a national Teens’ Top Ten book group! You can review advanced reading copies of books before they’re published! No registration required.

May 4 – Art Starts – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 11 – 11:45AM, For the littlest artists, ages 0-4! This program features free play with art materials after a short, early literacy skills based storytime. No registration is required. This program is FREE.

May 7 – Dungeons and Dragons for Teens – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 5 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+. Join our North Branch Library teens for D&D. All experience levels welcome. If you’ve never played, our expert coaches will teach you. No registration required.

May 8 – Teen Movie Matinee: The Giver – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 5PM, Exclusively for Teens, 13+. It’s movie day! We’ll be munching on popcorn and enjoying a flick with friends. Movie pick of the month: The Giver (PG-13). No registration required. This program is free.

May 9 – Library Explorers – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 4:15- 5PM, Explore science, art, and stories. Especially designed for school-age children to imagine, create, discover, and experiment! Parents are welcome but not required. Library Explorers is for children ages 5+. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 10 – Movie in the Park, Central Park at City Hall, 100 N Country Club Road, Lake Mary, 6 – 9PM

May 11 – Saturday Family Storytime – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10 – 10:30AM, Practicing early literacy and pre-reading skills is fun with stories, songs, and fingerplays! FREE. For Kids ages 0-5 and Families. No registration required.

May 11 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 2 – 4PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 12 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Historic Downtown Sanford, 1 – 6PM, Join us every 2nd SUNDAY 1-6pm for the popular Sanford Food Truck Fiesta in beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford! Come out and enjoy the brick-lined streets and grab some amazing food from 40+ of Orlando area’s top food trucks and tents, craft beer and cocktails from the bars, enjoy live music, craft artisans and vendors, plus plenty of outside tables and chairs to sit and eat! Free parking. Pet and family friendly. Positive vibes. See current Facebook event to see lineup of food trucks.

May 14 – 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Celebration – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10 – 11:30AM, For children ages 0-4 and caregivers. Featuring a short storytime with stations and activities that promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness! Learn more about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a self-paced reading journey you can share with your child at home. No registration required. This program is free.

May 14 – Book Discussion Night for Ages 8-12 (“One Book, One Community”) – The Wild Robot – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6:30 – 7:30PM, For Ages 8-12. Pick up your free copy of The Wild Robot (yours to keep) from the Library during the month of March. Be sure to read it before joining us at the Book Discussion Night! Special thanks to the Orlando Sentinel for sponsoring the “One Book, One Community” program. No registration required; this program is FREE.

May 15 – Lullaby Storytime – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6:30 – 7PM, Get ready for bed with stories, music, and activities incorporating early literacy skills. This storytime is geared toward ages 0-5, but the whole family is welcome. Attending in pajamas in encouraged! No registration is required. This program is free!

May 16 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6 – 7:30PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 18 – READing Paws – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 10AM – 12PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 18 – 17th Annual Hurricane Party Music Festival, West End Trading Co. in beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford, Florida, 12 – 11:30PM, Sanford’s oldest music festival since 2006, West End’s Annual Hurricane Party keeps growing every year. With 5 stages and 30+ bands in the venues and streets of Historic Downtown Sanford, live art, vendors and food trucks, the Hurricane Party is our way of paying homage to Mother Nature for a tranquil hurricane season.

May 18 – The Art of Walt Disney, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 2 – 3PM, Get an in-depth look at the art and life of Walt Disney and his contributions to animation, film, theme parks, and the history of Florida.  Presented by Keri Watson, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Central Florida.

May 18 – READing Paws – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 19 – Lake Mary Cruise-In Car Show, Central Park at City Hall, 100 N Country Club Road, Lake Mary, 10AM – 1PM

May 20 – Subject to Change Improv Show, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6 – 7:30PM, Ready for an evening of unforgettable comedy? Have a laugh-out-loud good time as talented performers present on the spot skits and games. FREE. For Adults. Meets In-person. Registration not required.

May 21 – Dungeons and Dragons for Teens – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 5 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+. Join our North Branch Library teens for D&D. All experience levels welcome. If you’ve never played, our expert coaches will teach you. No registration required.

May 22 – Book Swap for Teens (13+) – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 4:30PM, Exclusively for teens, ages 13+. Swap your new or gently used YS books with other readers. A great excuse to do some low pressure mingling and make some new bookish friends! No books to swap? No problem! We’ll also have a variety of Advanced Reader Copies of YA books for you to take home if you choose. No registration required. This program is free!

May 28 – 31 – Summer BreakSpot – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, Summer BreakSpot provides nutritious meals at no cost to children 18 and under while school is out for the summer. Starts May 28th and ends August 2nd, Monday through Friday from 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM (1 hour lunch only).

May 29 – Teen DIY Boba Charms (For Teens, Ages 13+) – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+! Learn how to make your own boba tea charm. Snacks, drinks, and all materials will be provided. This program is free! No registration required.

May 31 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party – Session 1 – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10AM – 12PM & 1:30 – 3:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES and MAGIC SHOW. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 1-5

May 2 – Teen Book Talk – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6 – 7PM, Love to read? Did you just finish a great book you want to talk about? Join us to connect with other teens and meet new friends. NEW: Teen Book Talk is currently a national Teens’ Top Ten book group! You can review advanced reading copies of books before they’re published! No registration required.

May 4 – Art Starts – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 11 – 11:45AM, For the littlest artists, ages 0-4! This program features free play with art materials after a short, early literacy skills based storytime. No registration is required. This program is FREE.

May 6-12

May 7 – Dungeons and Dragons for Teens – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 5 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+. Join our North Branch Library teens for D&D. All experience levels welcome. If you’ve never played, our expert coaches will teach you. No registration required.

May 8 – Teen Movie Matinee: The Giver – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 5PM, Exclusively for Teens, 13+. It’s movie day! We’ll be munching on popcorn and enjoying a flick with friends. Movie pick of the month: The Giver (PG-13). No registration required. This program is free.

May 9 – Library Explorers – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 4:15- 5PM, Explore science, art, and stories. Especially designed for school-age children to imagine, create, discover, and experiment! Parents are welcome but not required. Library Explorers is for children ages 5+. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 10 – Movie in the Park, Central Park at City Hall, 100 N Country Club Road, Lake Mary, 6 – 9PM

May 11 – Saturday Family Storytime – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10 – 10:30AM, Practicing early literacy and pre-reading skills is fun with stories, songs, and fingerplays! FREE. For Kids ages 0-5 and Families. No registration required.

May 11 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 2 – 4PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 12 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Historic Downtown Sanford, 1 – 6PM, Join us every 2nd SUNDAY 1-6pm for the popular Sanford Food Truck Fiesta in beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford! Come out and enjoy the brick-lined streets and grab some amazing food from 40+ of Orlando area’s top food trucks and tents, craft beer and cocktails from the bars, enjoy live music, craft artisans and vendors, plus plenty of outside tables and chairs to sit and eat! Free parking. Pet and family friendly. Positive vibes. See current Facebook event to see lineup of food trucks.

May 13-19

May 14 – 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Celebration – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10 – 11:30AM, For children ages 0-4 and caregivers. Featuring a short storytime with stations and activities that promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness! Learn more about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a self-paced reading journey you can share with your child at home. No registration required. This program is free.

May 14 – Book Discussion Night for Ages 8-12 (“One Book, One Community”) – The Wild Robot – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6:30 – 7:30PM, For Ages 8-12. Pick up your free copy of The Wild Robot (yours to keep) from the Library during the month of March. Be sure to read it before joining us at the Book Discussion Night! Special thanks to the Orlando Sentinel for sponsoring the “One Book, One Community” program. No registration required; this program is FREE.

May 15 – Lullaby Storytime – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6:30 – 7PM, Get ready for bed with stories, music, and activities incorporating early literacy skills. This storytime is geared toward ages 0-5, but the whole family is welcome. Attending in pajamas in encouraged! No registration is required. This program is free!

May 16 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6 – 7:30PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 18 – READing Paws – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 10AM – 12PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 18 – 17th Annual Hurricane Party Music Festival, West End Trading Co. in beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford, Florida, 12 – 11:30PM, Sanford’s oldest music festival since 2006, West End’s Annual Hurricane Party keeps growing every year. With 5 stages and 30+ bands in the venues and streets of Historic Downtown Sanford, live art, vendors and food trucks, the Hurricane Party is our way of paying homage to Mother Nature for a tranquil hurricane season.

May 18 – The Art of Walt Disney, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 2 – 3PM, Get an in-depth look at the art and life of Walt Disney and his contributions to animation, film, theme parks, and the history of Florida.  Presented by Keri Watson, Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Central Florida.

May 18 – READing Paws – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 19 – Lake Mary Cruise-In Car Show, Central Park at City Hall, 100 N Country Club Road, Lake Mary, 10AM – 1PM

May 20-26

May 20 – Subject to Change Improv Show, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6 – 7:30PM, Ready for an evening of unforgettable comedy? Have a laugh-out-loud good time as talented performers present on the spot skits and games. FREE. For Adults. Meets In-person. Registration not required.

May 21 – Dungeons and Dragons for Teens – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 5 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+. Join our North Branch Library teens for D&D. All experience levels welcome. If you’ve never played, our expert coaches will teach you. No registration required.

May 22 – Book Swap for Teens (13+) – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 4:30PM, Exclusively for teens, ages 13+. Swap your new or gently used YS books with other readers. A great excuse to do some low pressure mingling and make some new bookish friends! No books to swap? No problem! We’ll also have a variety of Advanced Reader Copies of YA books for you to take home if you choose. No registration required. This program is free!

May 27-31

May 28 – 31 – Summer BreakSpot – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, Summer BreakSpot provides nutritious meals at no cost to children 18 and under while school is out for the summer. Starts May 28th and ends August 2nd, Monday through Friday from 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM (1 hour lunch only).

May 29 – Teen DIY Boba Charms (For Teens, Ages 13+) – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Teens, ages 13+! Learn how to make your own boba tea charm. Snacks, drinks, and all materials will be provided. This program is free! No registration required.

May 31 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party – Session 1 – Northwest, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 10AM – 12PM & 1:30 – 3:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES and MAGIC SHOW. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

Things to do in Oviedo/Winter Springs

May 1 – Library Explorers – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 3 – 3:45PM, Explore science, art, and stories. Especially designed for school-age children to imagine, create, discover, and experiment! Parents are welcome but not required. Library Explorers is for children ages 5+. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 2 – Family Movie Night: Hook, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Bring a blanket and snacks for your family and enjoy a free movie night at the library. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  Movie We’ll be Watching: Hook. FREE.  For Families. Registration not required.

May 2 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 4 – Arbor Day Tree Giveaway, City Hall, 400 Alexandria Boulevard, Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Save the date! Please mark your calendars to join us at Oviedo City Hall for the annual Arbor Day Tree Giveaway!  This year we are doing a pre-registration to hold two (2) trees for residents who wish to come by and pick them up.  If you do not get your registration in, that’s okay!   Anyone who did not register can show up in person and grab trees (Pending registration does not claim all of the trees).  We will have plenty of vendors on site also and there will be free giveaways, coffee and donuts, police and fire vehicles and plenty of things for the kids to do!

May 4 – READing Paws – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 4 – READing Paws – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot.

May 8 – Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Tweens, ages 8-12. Learn to play tabletop games with Roll Together Foundation! All materials will be provided. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; SPACE IS LIMITED. This program is FREE.

May 9 – Learn to Paint: Watercolor Landscape, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7PM, Learn watercolor art techniques as you paint a Florida landscape.

May 9 – The Craft Corner, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Want to develop your artistic skills? Join us for an evening of fun and creativity as you learn to craft with common art materials. In each session the librarian will demonstrate a fun and easy craft! Today’s craft is: Circular Weaving. FREE. For Adults. Registration not required.

May 15 – Guitar Club, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Let’s make music together! Jam with fellow guitar enthusiasts of all skill levels, connect with other music lovers, and try your hand at musical improvising. Other stringed instruments such as ukulele, mandolin, etc. are welcome. FREE. For Adults. Registration not required.

May 16 – Create a Rain Garden, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 3PM, Have lots of water draining from a rain gutter downspout? Learn how to create a beautiful rain garden to attract butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. FREE. For Adults. Meets in-person. Registration not required. This program will be presented by Neta Villalobos-Bell, of the Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.

May 16 – Food Truck Thursday, Trotwood Park, 5 – 8PM, Join us at Trotwood Park for an evening of delicious food from local food trucks and vendors. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for a picnic in the park. As parking is limited, attendees in the area are encouraged to walk or bike to the park.

May 18 – Recycle! Magazine Silhouette Art for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 1 & 3PM, Celebrate Earth Day by creating art with old magazines! First, pick your favorite silhouette. Then clip colorful pieces from magazines to create a cool collage featuring the silhouette. All materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own magazines for a personal touch. Pre-registration is required; space is limited. This program is FREE.

May 22 – Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Tweens, ages 8-12. Learn to play tabletop games with Roll Together Foundation! All materials will be provided. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; SPACE IS LIMITED. This program is FREE.

May 23 – Game Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 6 – 7:30PM, Games aren’t just for kids! Come meet, mingle, and make new friends as you play classic and new board games. Bring your favorite game or use one of ours. FREE. For Adults. Meets In-person. Registration not required.

May 25 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 4PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 29 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 10AM – 12PM & 1:30 – 3:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: MAGIC SHOW and CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 30 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES from 5:30 – 6:30 PM MAGIC SHOW from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 1-5

May 1 – Library Explorers – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 3 – 3:45PM, Explore science, art, and stories. Especially designed for school-age children to imagine, create, discover, and experiment! Parents are welcome but not required. Library Explorers is for children ages 5+. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 2 – Family Movie Night: Hook, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Bring a blanket and snacks for your family and enjoy a free movie night at the library. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  Movie We’ll be Watching: Hook. FREE.  For Families. Registration not required.

May 2 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 4 – Arbor Day Tree Giveaway, City Hall, 400 Alexandria Boulevard, Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Save the date! Please mark your calendars to join us at Oviedo City Hall for the annual Arbor Day Tree Giveaway!  This year we are doing a pre-registration to hold two (2) trees for residents who wish to come by and pick them up.  If you do not get your registration in, that’s okay!   Anyone who did not register can show up in person and grab trees (Pending registration does not claim all of the trees).  We will have plenty of vendors on site also and there will be free giveaways, coffee and donuts, police and fire vehicles and plenty of things for the kids to do!

May 4 – READing Paws – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot. FREE. For Kids. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

May 4 – READing Paws – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 2 – 4PM, READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency by reading  out loud to a trained therapy dog. Call or stop by the library to register for a 15-minute time slot.

May 6-12

May 8 – Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Tweens, ages 8-12. Learn to play tabletop games with Roll Together Foundation! All materials will be provided. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; SPACE IS LIMITED. This program is FREE.

May 9 – Learn to Paint: Watercolor Landscape, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7PM, Learn watercolor art techniques as you paint a Florida landscape.

May 9 – The Craft Corner, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Want to develop your artistic skills? Join us for an evening of fun and creativity as you learn to craft with common art materials. In each session the librarian will demonstrate a fun and easy craft! Today’s craft is: Circular Weaving. FREE. For Adults. Registration not required.

May 13-19

May 15 – Guitar Club, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Let’s make music together! Jam with fellow guitar enthusiasts of all skill levels, connect with other music lovers, and try your hand at musical improvising. Other stringed instruments such as ukulele, mandolin, etc. are welcome. FREE. For Adults. Registration not required.

May 16 – Create a Rain Garden, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 3PM, Have lots of water draining from a rain gutter downspout? Learn how to create a beautiful rain garden to attract butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. FREE. For Adults. Meets in-person. Registration not required. This program will be presented by Neta Villalobos-Bell, of the Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society.

May 16 – Food Truck Thursday, Trotwood Park, 5 – 8PM, Join us at Trotwood Park for an evening of delicious food from local food trucks and vendors. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for a picnic in the park. As parking is limited, attendees in the area are encouraged to walk or bike to the park.

May 18 – Recycle! Magazine Silhouette Art for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 1 & 3PM, Celebrate Earth Day by creating art with old magazines! First, pick your favorite silhouette. Then clip colorful pieces from magazines to create a cool collage featuring the silhouette. All materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own magazines for a personal touch. Pre-registration is required; space is limited. This program is FREE.

May 20-26

May 22 – Dungeons & Dragons and Tabletop RPGs for Tweens (Ages 8-12) – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, Exclusively for Tweens, ages 8-12. Learn to play tabletop games with Roll Together Foundation! All materials will be provided. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; SPACE IS LIMITED. This program is FREE.

May 23 – Game Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 6 – 7:30PM, Games aren’t just for kids! Come meet, mingle, and make new friends as you play classic and new board games. Bring your favorite game or use one of ours. FREE. For Adults. Meets In-person. Registration not required.

May 25 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 4PM, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture, and history! Everyone is welcome. This program is presented in Spanish.

May 27-31

May 29 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 10AM – 12PM & 1:30 – 3:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: MAGIC SHOW and CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

May 30 – Summer Reading Kickoff Party – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 5:30 – 7:30PM, This 2-hour party has two parts: CRAFTS & ACTIVITIES from 5:30 – 6:30 PM MAGIC SHOW from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Featuring “Magically Ever After” magic shows with ChaChing the Amazing Bunny and her best friend, James the Unbelievable. Mixing equal parts imagination, storytelling, and magic, this show is packed with laughter, silliness, and lots of audience participation. The magic show is designed for school-age kids. Children who can sit by themselves will be allowed in to take their seats at the front of the room first. If there is space, caregivers will be allowed in afterwards. No registration is required; this program is FREE.

Things to do in Lake Nona/St. Cloud

May 1 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 2 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 2 – Star Wars Trivia Night, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM, Attention, Star Wars fans from all galaxies! Prepare to embark on an epic journey of knowledge and adventure at our highly-anticipated Star Wars Trivia Night! May the Force be with you!

May 3 – Live music with DJ Todd, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 3 – Mom’s Night Out, Marina Banquet Hall, 1104 Lakeshore Blvd., St Cloud, 7 – 10PM, Enjoy a moms-only night out at the Marina Banquet Hall (above Crabby Bill’s) with a DJ, drinks, prizes and lite bites. For ages 21 and older only. Space is limited. Pre-registration is encouraged.

May 4 – May the 4th Be With You, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM, Join the Galactic Celebration: May the 4th Be With You at Boxi featuring a Star Wars themed performance by SWITCH!

May 5 – Cinco de Mayo, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 12 – 6PM, Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Boxi! Join us on May 5th for an unforgettable night filled with music, drinks, and dancing!

May 7 – Homeschool Nutrition and Healthy Cooking, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Nutrition experts teach how to shop smarter, using nutritional information to make healthier choices and cook delicious, affordable meals at home on a budget. An exciting new topic will be discussed at each meeting. Presented by Abir Blaney, Nutrition Education Coordinator with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.

May 8 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 8 – STEAMworks, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 4:30 – 5PM, Power up your imagination, creativity, and learning with Ms. Crystal through a variety of weekly activities that will guide today’s curious minds to become tomorrow’s great innovators.

May 9 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 10 – Live music with R.A.D Rage Against The DJ, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 11 – Live music with DJ Rick GZ, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 11 – Live music with Live Effect Party Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 12 – Family Fun Day, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 13 – Community Blood Drive, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 12 – 5PM, Be a hero and save a life by donating blood today! OneBlood’s Big Red Bus will be on-site to receive your life-saving donation. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival. If you don’t feel well or are running a fever, please stay home and make your donation another day. For more information or to find our next mobile donation site, visit oneblood.org.

May 14 – Nutrition and Healthy Cooking, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Nutrition experts teach how to shop smarter, using nutritional information to make healthier choices and cook delicious, affordable meals at home on a budget. An exciting new topic will be discussed at each meeting. Presented by Abir Blaney, Nutrition Education Coordinator with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.

May 15 – Adult Movie Matinee (Ages 18 and older), Community Center, 3101 17th Street, St Cloud, 12:30 – 2PM, The movie feature being shown is “80 for Brady” starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rita Moreno and Sally Field   Rated PG-13.   A group of friends made it their life-long mission to go to the Super Bowl and meet NFL superstar Tom Brady.

May 16 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 17 – Live music with Frequency Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6:30PM

May 18 – Live music with Layla Brisbois Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 18 – Women’s Empowerment Circle, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th St., St Cloud, 11AM – 3PM, Join us for discussions, food, mental health resources and more! Please dress comfortably. For ages 18 and older.

May 18 – Live music with DJ J. Taylor, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 18 – Live music with Vision Music Group, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 19 – Family Fun Day, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 21 – Homeschool Libratory, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1:30 – 2:30PM, Homeschoolers we have STEAM for you! Kindergarten through high school and their parents participate in a fun and educational program that features a STEAM activity.

May 21 – Bridgerton by the Bedside, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 8PM, Celebrate the beloved Bridgerton book series written by Julia Quinne through book-to-tv discussions followed by a fun game of trivia. Stay after for a showing of episode one of the new season of the TV adaptation. Viewer discretion is advised. Must be 18 to attend.

May 22 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 23 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 24 – Live music with SoundUp,  Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6:30PM

May 25 – Hurricane Awareness Expo, St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th Street, St Cloud, Stay Updated: Prepare an evacuation plan, Assemble disaster supplies, Create a communication plan, Prepare/protect your home, Make plans for your pets, Stay calm

May 25 – Live music with Bailey Callahan, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 25 – Live music with DJ Digital, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 25 – Live music with Latin Ambition!, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 28 – Homeschool Book Worms, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10:30AM – 12PM, Get ready to meet new friends and embark on epic adventures while exploring a different book each month. This months book selection is The Motorcycle and the Mouse by Bevery Cleary.

May 29 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 1-5

May 1 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 2 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 2 – Star Wars Trivia Night, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM, Attention, Star Wars fans from all galaxies! Prepare to embark on an epic journey of knowledge and adventure at our highly-anticipated Star Wars Trivia Night! May the Force be with you!

May 3 – Live music with DJ Todd, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 3 – Mom’s Night Out, Marina Banquet Hall, 1104 Lakeshore Blvd., St Cloud, 7 – 10PM, Enjoy a moms-only night out at the Marina Banquet Hall (above Crabby Bill’s) with a DJ, drinks, prizes and lite bites. For ages 21 and older only. Space is limited. Pre-registration is encouraged.

May 4 – May the 4th Be With You, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM, Join the Galactic Celebration: May the 4th Be With You at Boxi featuring a Star Wars themed performance by SWITCH!

May 5 – Cinco de Mayo, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 12 – 6PM, Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Boxi! Join us on May 5th for an unforgettable night filled with music, drinks, and dancing!

May 6-12

May 7 – Homeschool Nutrition and Healthy Cooking, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Nutrition experts teach how to shop smarter, using nutritional information to make healthier choices and cook delicious, affordable meals at home on a budget. An exciting new topic will be discussed at each meeting. Presented by Abir Blaney, Nutrition Education Coordinator with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.

May 8 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 8 – STEAMworks, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 4:30 – 5PM, Power up your imagination, creativity, and learning with Ms. Crystal through a variety of weekly activities that will guide today’s curious minds to become tomorrow’s great innovators.

May 9 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 10 – Live music with R.A.D Rage Against The DJ, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 11 – Live music with DJ Rick GZ, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 11 – Live music with Live Effect Party Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 12 – Family Fun Day, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 13-19

May 13 – Community Blood Drive, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 12 – 5PM, Be a hero and save a life by donating blood today! OneBlood’s Big Red Bus will be on-site to receive your life-saving donation. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival. If you don’t feel well or are running a fever, please stay home and make your donation another day. For more information or to find our next mobile donation site, visit oneblood.org.

May 14 – Nutrition and Healthy Cooking, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Nutrition experts teach how to shop smarter, using nutritional information to make healthier choices and cook delicious, affordable meals at home on a budget. An exciting new topic will be discussed at each meeting. Presented by Abir Blaney, Nutrition Education Coordinator with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.

May 15 – Adult Movie Matinee (Ages 18 and older), Community Center, 3101 17th Street, St Cloud, 12:30 – 2PM, The movie feature being shown is “80 for Brady” starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Rita Moreno and Sally Field   Rated PG-13.   A group of friends made it their life-long mission to go to the Super Bowl and meet NFL superstar Tom Brady.

May 16 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 17 – Live music with Frequency Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6:30PM

May 18 – Live music with Layla Brisbois Band, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 18 – Women’s Empowerment Circle, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th St., St Cloud, 11AM – 3PM, Join us for discussions, food, mental health resources and more! Please dress comfortably. For ages 18 and older.

May 18 – Live music with DJ J. Taylor, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 18 – Live music with Vision Music Group, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 19 – Family Fun Day, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 20-26

May 21 – Homeschool Libratory, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1:30 – 2:30PM, Homeschoolers we have STEAM for you! Kindergarten through high school and their parents participate in a fun and educational program that features a STEAM activity.

May 21 – Bridgerton by the Bedside, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 8PM, Celebrate the beloved Bridgerton book series written by Julia Quinne through book-to-tv discussions followed by a fun game of trivia. Stay after for a showing of episode one of the new season of the TV adaptation. Viewer discretion is advised. Must be 18 to attend.

May 22 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

May 23 – R.I.S.E. Up Osceola: READ Bus, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15AM – 12PM, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old.

May 24 – Live music with SoundUp,  Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6:30PM

May 25 – Hurricane Awareness Expo, St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th Street, St Cloud, Stay Updated: Prepare an evacuation plan, Assemble disaster supplies, Create a communication plan, Prepare/protect your home, Make plans for your pets, Stay calm

May 25 – Live music with Bailey Callahan, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 1PM

May 25 – Live music with DJ Digital, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6PM

May 25 – Live music with Latin Ambition!, Boxi Park, 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 7PM

May 27-31

May 28 – Homeschool Book Worms, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10:30AM – 12PM, Get ready to meet new friends and embark on epic adventures while exploring a different book each month. This months book selection is The Motorcycle and the Mouse by Bevery Cleary.

May 29 – Sensory Playdate, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 11AM – 12PM, Explore the five senses with sensory activities that benefit all children but are of particular help to those on the autism spectrum or those with sensory integration challenges.

Things to do in Mt. Dora/Deltona

May 1 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 4 – Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Rachel Carson “Their Books Changed the World”, Community Room, 1995 N Donnelly St., Mount Dora, 2 – 3PM, This program begins in 1941, when Marjory Stoneman Douglas was a journalist, writing her River of Grass book for money, not to save the Everglades. When Rachel Carson published Silent Spring in 1962,  some of the United States’ most beloved birds were well on their way to extinction due to pesticides. This program tells how Douglas restored the Everglades and Carson saved wildlife through their writings. Join Betty Jean Steinshouer for an afternoon, celebrating two influential women who made an impact on the environment. No registration required.

May 4 – Empty Bowls Event, Donnelly Park, 530 North Donnelly Street, Mount Dora,  5 – 7:30PM, This event features a fun soup supper where attendees select from one-of-a-kind bowls crafted by local artists and then fill them with delicious soup donated by area  restaurants.  Every penny raised goes directly to support Lake Cares Food Pantry, the local non-profit food pantry. The unique bowls were handcrafted over the last several months by local potters at Yada Yada Pottery. Then creative residents volunteered to glaze the vessels however they desired, resulting in hundreds of original keepsake bowls for the choosing.  The event will also feature live music, a silent auction and more.

May 4 – 23rd Annual Mount Dora Taste and Craft Beer Fest, Sunset Park, Mount Dora, 6 – 10PM, A Chamber Annual Event. Join us for a spectacular evening of culinary delights. With samplings of fabulous cuisine from our restaurants, coupled with tents serving superior craft beer, a fabulous evening it will be! Many wonderful art pieces and more, will be displayed at the silent auction.

May 8 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 10 – Art in the Alley, Royellou Alley, Downtown Mount Dora, 6 – 8PM, Featuring Local Artists & Musicians. Take in the art of local artists and they sell and exhibit their creative works in downtown Mount Dora’s Royellou Alley.

May 11 – Coffee & Cars, 920 S. Highland Street, Mount Dora, all day, Bring your classic car or just come to peek under the hoods!  This is a monthly event on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

May 15 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 18 – All About Hydrangeas, Community Room, 1995 N Donnelly St., Mount Dora, 2 – 3PM, Learn Florida-friendly landscaping techniques to grow these flowering shrubs so they thrive in Central Florida, bringing vivid displays of blooms to your garden. You’ll learn which native and non-native cultivars grow best here, how and where to plant and how to fertilize, prune, water and deal with those pesky pests and diseases. Learn about additional resources available at UF/IFAS Extension. Class taught by a UF/IFAS Extension, Lake County Master Gardener.

May 22 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 24 – Mount Dora Inaugural Corn Festival, Elizabeth Evans Park, 100 North Donnelly Street, Mount Dora, all day

May 29 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 1-5

May 1 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 4 – Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Rachel Carson “Their Books Changed the World”, Community Room, 1995 N Donnelly St., Mount Dora, 2 – 3PM, This program begins in 1941, when Marjory Stoneman Douglas was a journalist, writing her River of Grass book for money, not to save the Everglades. When Rachel Carson published Silent Spring in 1962,  some of the United States’ most beloved birds were well on their way to extinction due to pesticides. This program tells how Douglas restored the Everglades and Carson saved wildlife through their writings. Join Betty Jean Steinshouer for an afternoon, celebrating two influential women who made an impact on the environment. No registration required.

May 4 – Empty Bowls Event, Donnelly Park, 530 North Donnelly Street, Mount Dora,  5 – 7:30PM, This event features a fun soup supper where attendees select from one-of-a-kind bowls crafted by local artists and then fill them with delicious soup donated by area  restaurants.  Every penny raised goes directly to support Lake Cares Food Pantry, the local non-profit food pantry. The unique bowls were handcrafted over the last several months by local potters at Yada Yada Pottery. Then creative residents volunteered to glaze the vessels however they desired, resulting in hundreds of original keepsake bowls for the choosing.  The event will also feature live music, a silent auction and more.

May 4 – 23rd Annual Mount Dora Taste and Craft Beer Fest, Sunset Park, Mount Dora, 6 – 10PM, A Chamber Annual Event. Join us for a spectacular evening of culinary delights. With samplings of fabulous cuisine from our restaurants, coupled with tents serving superior craft beer, a fabulous evening it will be! Many wonderful art pieces and more, will be displayed at the silent auction.

May 6-12

May 8 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 10 – Art in the Alley, Royellou Alley, Downtown Mount Dora, 6 – 8PM, Featuring Local Artists & Musicians. Take in the art of local artists and they sell and exhibit their creative works in downtown Mount Dora’s Royellou Alley.

May 11 – Coffee & Cars, 920 S. Highland Street, Mount Dora, all day, Bring your classic car or just come to peek under the hoods!  This is a monthly event on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

May 13-19

May 15 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 18 – All About Hydrangeas, Community Room, 1995 N Donnelly St., Mount Dora, 2 – 3PM, Learn Florida-friendly landscaping techniques to grow these flowering shrubs so they thrive in Central Florida, bringing vivid displays of blooms to your garden. You’ll learn which native and non-native cultivars grow best here, how and where to plant and how to fertilize, prune, water and deal with those pesky pests and diseases. Learn about additional resources available at UF/IFAS Extension. Class taught by a UF/IFAS Extension, Lake County Master Gardener.

May 20-26

May 22 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

May 24 – Mount Dora Inaugural Corn Festival, Elizabeth Evans Park, 100 North Donnelly Street, Mount Dora, all day

May 27-31

May 29 – Coffee with Officer Kenny, Martin Luther King Center, 803 Florida Avenue, Mount Dora, 10 – 11AM, Join Coffee with Officer Kenny to foster open dialogue between police and our community. Discuss important issues and build a mutual understanding for stronger, safer neighborhoods.

Theme Park Events

May 1 – 31 – Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, 7:30 – 9:30PM, Roast marshmallows, sing songs and share hugs with Chip ‘n’ Dale! Bring your own marshmallows and sticks, or purchase a s’mores kit from the Chuckwagon Snack Bar. After you enjoy the gooey goodness, croon along to old-time favorites led by a guitar-playing cowboy, as Chip ‘n Dale visit for photos, autographs, smiles and fun.

May 1 – 9 – Seven Seas Food Festival, SeaWorld Orlando, Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct offerings. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 refreshing wine, cocktails, and craft brews. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this fan-favorite event select dates, Feb 2 – May 19. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, and Cinco de Mayo. With so many exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animal encounters, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

May 1 – 27 – EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival, Park hours, Attend a springtime event abloom with brilliant gardens, fresh flavors, lively entertainment and more!

May 2 – 5 – Cinco de Mayo, SeaWorld Orlando, FIESTA IN THE STREET – The Wild Arctic Plaza comes to life as entertainers, stilt walkers, and party starters get this full-blown fiesta going.
12 p.m. – 6 p.m. DJ DANCE PARTY – Get your feet moving at this fun-filled party as we spin new and old beats throughout the day. 12:00 p.m. – 6 p.m. LIVE MUSIC – Immerse yourself in the traditional music of Mexico as classic bands bring their beautiful and bold sounds to Orlando. 12:00 p.m. – 6 p.m. MEXICAN FLAVORS – Savor new and classic tastes as part of our Seven Seas Food Festival including tostada de barbacoas, and delicious beer and cocktails. Plus, sip and savor with two limited time menu items- cochinita pibil and blood orange Patrón margarita. 11:30 a.m. to park close.

May 4 – Seven Seas Food Festival 5K Run, SeaWorld Orlando, Spend time with friends and family as you run, skip, jog, or stroll through our SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival 5K Run! This inaugural event takes place on Saturday, May 4, 2024. Enjoy the relaxing ambiance of the park’s picturesque pathways and catch a glimpse of SeaWorld’s animals before you cross the finish line at Wild Arctic Plaza. There’s even incredible photo opportunities throughout the course that you will not want to miss!

May 9 – Disney After Hours at EPCOT, Explore a world of possibilities at EPCOT during a limited-capacity event with yummy snacks and lower wait times for select attractions. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $159

May 13 – Disney After Hours at Magic Kingdom Park, Enjoy a night of delight at a limited-capacity event featuring tasty snacks and some popular attractions—with lower wait times. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $165

May 17 & 18 – Guy Harvey Weekend, SeaWorld Orlando, Join Guy Harvey for meet-and-greets, autographs, photo opportunities, and more.

May 22 – Disney After Hours at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Adventure awaits you in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at a limited-capacity event with some exciting attractions and yummy snacks. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $175

May 23 – Disney After Hours at EPCOT, Explore a world of possibilities at EPCOT during a limited-capacity event with yummy snacks and lower wait times for select attractions. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $159

May 25 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, Splash into fun during a 3-hour party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more when you attend Disney H2O Glow After Hours. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $70-75

May 29 – Disney After Hours at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Adventure awaits you in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at a limited-capacity event with some exciting attractions and yummy snacks. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $175

May 30 – Disney After Hours at EPCOT, Explore a world of possibilities at EPCOT during a limited-capacity event with yummy snacks and lower wait times for select attractions. Tickets available as of 4/15/24, $159

Space Events

May 1 – 4 – Meet Astronaut Anna Fisher, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 5 – 8 – Meet Astronaut Fred Gregory, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 9 – 12 – Meet Astronaut John D. Bartoe, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 13 – 16 – Meet Astronaut Bob Thirsk, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 17 – 20 – Meet Astronaut Charlie Walker, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 21 – 24 – Meet Astronaut John Herrington, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 24 – 26 – Fly With An Astronaut, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Join a veteran NASA astronaut on their journey in what it took for them to become an astronaut and let them be your guide behind the gates of Kennedy Space Center. A catered lunch will be provided back at the main visitor complex where your astronaut guide will reflect on their personal accounts and experiences followed by a question and answer session with the group. You will also receive a special pin before moving on to the next part of your experience. Next, you will enter Space Shuttle Atlantis® for a guided tour and a private viewing of the pre-shows The Flight and Coming Home. Then, board the Shuttle Launch Experience® to feel what it’s like to launch into space on a shuttle traveling 17,500 mph, accompanied by a veteran NASA astronaut! At the end of the tour, approximately 2:15 PM, continue on to a waiting bus to tour the Apollo/Saturn V Center on your own. Astronaut: Bruce Melnick

May 25 – 28 – Meet Astronaut Guy Gardner, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

May 29 – 31 – Meet Astronaut Norm Thagard, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA selects astronauts from a diverse pool of applicants with a wide variety of backgrounds, from scientists to pilots. From the thousands of applications received, only a few are chosen to be a member of the elite NASA Astronaut Corps. Each day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, visitors get the rare opportunity to meet a veteran NASA astronaut. Meet the Astronaut of the Day at any of the following opportunities.  See the Daily Schedule for the times for each when you arrive.

Rocket Launches

May 6 – ULA Atlas V Boeing Starliner Crewed Flight Test (CFT), 10:34PM, Space Launch Complex 41

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