Things to Do This Month in Central Florida

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Things to do in Central Florida this Month!

Need some ideas for things to do? Ready to get out and explore Central Florida? Orlando Mom has compiled a few of our favorite events happening around Central Florida this October!

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Women's Wellness

October 2 | 1-4pm

Women’s Wellness:: Prioritizing OUR Health

Orlando Mom Collective is excited to announce our FIRST Women’s Wellness Event! This health + wellness focused event will inform and empower women to take responsibility for their health.

Guests will receive chair massages, flower bouquet building, clean juice samplings, and mini facials along with encouragement from former local TV anchor, Nancy Alvarez. In addition to encouraging women to understand their health options, identify services, resources, and products that best help them prevent poor health, we will be learning how to put our health first. Moms will enjoy giveaways, swag, sips and bites along with the opportunity to ask AdventHealth Health Navigators questions, in a q+a space presented by AdventHealth for Women.

Deck the Walls

November 26 | 1-4pm

Deck the Walls:: A Holiday Wreath Making Event

Orlando Mom Collective is excited to announce our FIRST Deck the Walls Event! This wreath-making events will encourage local moms to come together for community, fun, and holiday cheer!

Guests will receive all the supplies needed to create a beautiful holiday wreath along with DIY instructions from a local maker. In addition to wreath making Moms will enjoy giveaways, swag, sips and bites along with the opportunity to shop local Mom-owned businesses for {Small Business Saturday} at The MOM Market, a pop-up space presented by Orlando Mom Collective.

Hispanic Heritage Month Events:

September 20 – Loteria Game Time, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 5 – 6PM, Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a game of Loteria! Learn how to play this Mexican bingo-style game of chance and win your own Loteria gift box set!

September 21 – Making Art with Miro, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 3:30 – 4:15PM, Kids and tweens 9-12 will enjoy “Making Art with Miró” where they will learn about surrealism and create their own artwork inspired by the later works of Joan Miró. Registration required.

September 23 – Flamenco and Latin Jazz Live Music at Fridays on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza, center of Downtown Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, Free! The Rumba Brothers music duo of Jose Velez and Luis Alfredo have been delighting audiences for nearly 20 years performing traditional Mariachi, Caribbean, and Latin music. Their long musical friendship began while performing in a Latin American band while both attending University of Central Florida.

October 1 – 29 – Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit, SOBO Art Gallery Studio, 127 S. Boyd Street, Downtown Winter Garden, Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10AM – 6PM, SOBO Art Gallery will host a special exhibit in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Works of Hispanic artists will be on display in their Studio Room. SOBO Art Gallery is home of the Winter Garden Art Association, which provides public access to art and is an integral part of the community’s cultural framework.

October 8 – Hispanic Heritage Music and Art Festival, Buenaventura Lakes Branch Library, 405 Buenaventura Blvd, Kissimmee, 1 – 3PM, Highly skilled local artisans display their original art work, showcasing paintings, jewelry, and other unique hand craft items in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Cultural entertainment and light refreshments will round out the day.

Things to do in Downtown Orlando

October 1 – 10 – CONFLICT: An Exhibition by Victor Bokas, CityArts, 39 South Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 11AM – 6PM daily, Art is a powerful ally in the fight for social justice. It gives voice to the unheard and visibility to the marginalized. This understanding is central to the vision of the Global Peace Film Festival and the work of this year’s Florida-born fine-art painter and mixed-media artist, Victor Bokas. “CONFLICT” features a series of prints which have been curated exclusively for the Global Peace Film Festival’s 20th anniversary celebration. Individual artworks are packed with subliminal messages that make the viewer think more deeply about social global issues impacting today’s society including LGBTQ+, the COVID-19 Pandemic, Global Warming, Peace & Justice, Politics & Corruption, Censorship, and Gender Equity.

October 1 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 1 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 1 – The Second City, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM and 7:30 – 10PM, The Second City has been the world’s first name in laughter for over 60 years! Come join the next generation of comedy superstars as they mash up Second City’s greatest hits and brand-new material along with their signature improvisation in this hilarious show.

October 1 – Wine Wars – A Wine Competition, The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 East Washington Street, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Wine Wars is a competitive wine tasting event where even the loser gets to take something home.

October 1 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 1 – The Planets, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 9PM, Eric Jacobsen and the Orlando Philharmonic take the stage of fabulous Steinmetz Hall for the grand opening of the 2022-2023 Classics Series! Join us as Adele Anthony (“plays beautifully, with warm, luminous tone…” ~ Gramophone) reveals the graceful melodies and dizzying virtuosity of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. And in Holst’s Planets you’ll hear Mars’s bellicose hammer blows; Venus’s gentle serenity; Mercury’s fleet-footedness; and Neptune’s mysteries with voices singing wordlessly…fading away into the unknown. Plus, works by contemporary composers Colin Jacobsen and James Lee III’s celebratory opener welcoming you to the excitement of hearing music in our new home in our 30th Anniversary Season.

October 1 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 2 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 2 – Blue’s Clues & You!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 3:30PM, Blue’s Clues & You! Live On Stage is an epic new adventure that will have every clued-in family singing, dancing, hugging, laughing and figuring out Blue’s Clues with Blue, her friends, and of course, you. In this 60-minute show, filled with Broadway-style song and dance, Josh needs help from Blue and you to conjure up a magical theater show. Kids of all ages will love joining Josh and Blue, as they skidoo to amazing places, make a rainbow with Magenta, create a music video with Rainbow Puppy, float in outer space and so much more!

October 2 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 2 – The Planets, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3:30 – 5PM, Eric Jacobsen and the Orlando Philharmonic take the stage of fabulous Steinmetz Hall for the grand opening of the 2022-2023 Classics Series! Join us as Adele Anthony (“plays beautifully, with warm, luminous tone…” ~ Gramophone) reveals the graceful melodies and dizzying virtuosity of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. And in Holst’s Planets you’ll hear Mars’s bellicose hammer blows; Venus’s gentle serenity; Mercury’s fleet-footedness; and Neptune’s mysteries with voices singing wordlessly…fading away into the unknown. Plus, works by contemporary composers Colin Jacobsen and James Lee III’s celebratory opener welcoming you to the excitement of hearing music in our new home in our 30th Anniversary Season.

October 3 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 4 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 4 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 4 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 5 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 6 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 6 – Feast On The 50, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 5:30 – 9PM, Feast on the 50 presented by SouthState Bank is a one-of-a-kind tailgate on the field at Camping World Stadium featuring a night full of food, family and fun. Attendees enjoy unlimited food and drink, provided by caterers and restaurants from around Orlando, while alumni clubs from our partner schools in the Big Ten, SEC, ACC and Big 12 (as well as B-CU, FAMU and UCF) compete for the most spirited tent in the Official Alumni Village.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 7 – Historic Walking Tour & Book Signing, Discover Downtown, 201 S Orange Ave, Suite 102, Orlando, 9:15 – 11AM, Attention history lovers! Did you know that every first Friday of the month from October – May, we offer a free, guided tour of the Downtown Historic District? You heard right, FREE! Tours feature architectural and historic information about some of downtown Orlando’s oldest and most historic buildings. To kick off the tours this season, Elizabeth Randall, author of Historic Orlando, will be leading the tour on Friday, October 7 along with Jennifer Hunter, City of Orlando Historic Preservation Officer. And that’s not all, after the tour you’ll have the opportunity to purchase a copy of the book with a special signing from Elizabeth herself. Tours begin at 9:30 am at Discover Downtown – the Downtown Orlando Info Center (201 S. Orange Avenue) and last 1.5 hours. Space is limited. RSVP online.

October 7 – Lunch & Learn: On the Brink of War – Orlando and the Cuban Missile, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd, Orlando, 12 – 1PM, The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 focused on the tiny island of Cuba but caught the attention of the world. Central Florida played a critical but often overlooked role in this historically significant standoff.

October 7 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 6 – Ben Platt, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 8PM

October 7 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 8 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 8 – 2022 Orlando Magic 5K and Kids Run, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9:30AM, Put your basketball sneakers on hold, and grab your running shoes for the annual Orlando Magic 5k and Kids’ Run presented by AdventHealth!  Celebrate the start of basketball season with a run to benefit the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation.  After the race, all participants are invited to enjoy “Orlando Magic Fan Fest on Church Street” to experience the same party atmosphere that fans enjoy on game days! It’s fun for all ages, with music, entertainment, activities and more. The excitement of game day doesn’t end there! The 5k and Kids’ Run also include a ticket to an Orlando Magic game. Let’s get ready to run, walk, party, celebrate and cheer on the Magic together!

🍁 October 8 – District 1 Fall Festival, Amhurst Park at Vista Lakes, 6204 South Chickasaw Trail, Orlando,11AM – 2:30PM,  Join City of Orlando’s District 1 Commissioner Jim Gray along with the Orlando Police Department and Orlando Fire Department for a family fun event at Commissioner Gray’s District 1 Fall Festival! Enjoy hayrides, face painting, bounce houses & games along with free hot dogs and hamburgers! Second Harvest Food Bank will be accepting canned good donations.

October 8 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 8 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 8 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 8 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 9 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 9 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 3:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 9 – Figurehead: Coffee & Conversation Series, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 2 – 3PM, Each installment will feature a member of the community who was active in Orlando’s underground music scene in the 1980s and ’90s as a guest docent who can share this fascinating history through their own unique perspective.

October 9 – Orlando City vs. Columbus, Exploria Stadium, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 2:30pm, Join Orlando City as they take on Columbus!

October 9 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 10 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 10 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 11 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 11 – Orlando Magic Vs. Memphis Grizzlies, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 12 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 12 – Shawn Mendes, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes is bringing his 2022 “Wonder: The World Tour” to Amway Center on October 12, 2022!

October 13 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 14 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 11 – Orlando Magic Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 14 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 15 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 15 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 15 – Trevor Noah, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, Trevor Noah, the host of the Emmy Award-winning “The Daily Show” and celebrated comedian, brings his Back To Abnormal Tour to Orlando’s Amway Center.

October 15 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 15 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 16 – Pride Brunch, The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 E Washington St., Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, Join Pride Brunch hosted at the Veranda in Thornton Park!

October 16 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 16 – Sensory Sunday: The Musical Museum, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 12 – 4PM,  Join the Orange County Regional History Center for some sensory-friendly fun for the whole family! Check out our newest special exhibition, Figurehead: Music & Mayhem in Orlando’s Underground, and have some hands-on fun while you’re at it. Learn about Orlando’s musical past and enjoy themed sensory activities throughout the museum as we explore the power of music!

October 16 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 16 – “Weird Al” Yankovic, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Almost four years after his first foray into unfamiliar concert territory with his highly-acclaimed Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, “Weird Al” Yankovic is pressing his luck again, this time with The Unfortunate Return of the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour.

October 16 – Pitbull featuring Iggy Azalea, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Join Pitbull featuring Iggy Azalea at Amway Center on Sunday, October 16, 2022.

October 17 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 18 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 18 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 19 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 20 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

🎃 October 20 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 21 – Synapse Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 9AM – 5:30PM, Synapse Orlando is the annual gathering for all of the doers, creators, innovators, thought leaders making Orlando one of the world’s fastest growing innovation communities and hottest destinations to live, work and play.

October 21 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 21 – Reed Charitable Foundation The Experience, The Abbey, 100 S. Eola Drive, Orlando, 5:30 – 9:30PM, This family friendly event is ALL about the dyslexic strength of comedy! With the help of the incredible team from SAK Comedy Lab, get ready for an interactive night that will be FULL of laughs! There will be adult & kid friendly food from the amazing puff n’ stuff.

October 21 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 21 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 21 – Gorillaz, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Gorillaz has confirmed its historic, rare, and not-to-be-missed North America Tour Fall 2022. Produced by Live Nation, this is the Gorillaz’s first stateside trip since the 2018 trek and is the band’s only scheduled outing on the horizon. The world’s most successful virtual act will once again be brought to life by Damon Albarn and the 14-piece Gorillaz live band and accompanied by a varying cast of guest performers, with Jungle supporting the tour as special guests for their Florida dates. The series of 21 unique and unforgettable arena dates across the U.S. and Canada begins September 11 in Vancouver, BC, and includes its debut performance at Orlando’s Amway Center on Friday, October 21.

October 21 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 21 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 22 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 22 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 22 – The 8th Annual Orlando Health & Wellness Gospel Fest, Lake Eola Park, 195 North Rosalind Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 8PM, Everyone is welcomed, the community is afforded an opportunity to receive health resources and enjoy quality artistic performances!

October 22 – REED Charitable Foundation Gala, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S Magnolia Ave., Orlando, 6 – 10PM, This Adult-only event is RCF’s major fundraiser for the year and will feature a signature silent & live auctions, and incredible 3-course dining experience, high-end cocktails, and opportunity to win a stunning diamond tennis bracelet valued at nearly $14,000 from partners at International Diamond Center & headlining, change-your-life performance by professional (and brilliantly dyslexic) comedian, Michael Jr.! This is a one-of-a-kind, signature event- YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS IT!!

October 22 – Orlando Magic Vs. Boston Celtics, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

🎃 October 22 – A Nightmare on Church Street, Cheyenne Saloon, 128 West Church Street #3304, Orlando, 8 – 11:55PM, After 20 Years, Orlando’s Famous Halloween Costume Party Returns – “A Nightmare on Church Street” to Downtown’s Historic Cheyenne Saloon. Join in for a wicked fun evening with All-inclusive food and drinks with tastings from some of Orlando’s best restaurants and bars.  Dance to live music from DJ Chino and the Rock Band NFusion! Show off your best costumes for our Halloween costume contest with BIG cash prizes from several categories. An amazing Halloween experience while raising awareness and funds benefiting Base Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation – a local charity!

October 22 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 23 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 23 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 23 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 23 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 24 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 25 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 25 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 26 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 26 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 27 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 3PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 27 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 27 – Casting Crowns, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7-10PM, Following a successful 42-city spring run in support of their latest album, GRAMMY® winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns announced plans to head back on the road this fall, taking The Healer Tour to an additional 37 major markets across the nation. Presented by Compassion International, the fall tour launches on September 22, in El Paso, TX, and features special guests CAIN and Anne Wilson. Casting Crowns returns to Orlando’s Amway Center on Thursday, October 27.

October 28 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 28 – Orlando Magic Vs. Charlotte Hornets, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 28 – The Magic Flute, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Opera Orlando on the MainStage is back for Opera Orlando’s 2022-23 Opera Everlasting Season on the MainStage of Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a Mozart masterpiece, the remarkable true story of the 1914 Christmas Truce and a Donizetti comedy that is sure to bring the house down with vocal fireworks and slapstick hijinx.

October 28 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 28 – Hansel & Gretel, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Opera del Sol presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel as you’ve never seen it before – more grim than Grimm, and more creepy than classic. Director Eric Pinder takes this beloved holiday favorite and twists it into a horrifying tale that leaves you wondering if everyone lives “happily ever after” after all. Hansel & Gretel will be a night(mare) at the opera you won’t want to miss.

October 28 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 29 – Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Orlando, Lake Eola Park, 566 E Robinson Street, Orlando, 7AM – 12PM, Join forces with the American Cancer Society – for the Making Strides movement to help save lives and fund the future of breast cancer research and programs.

October 29 – Trick or Treat Safe Zone: The World of Mythic Creatures, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, Enjoy trick or treating throughout the History Center and the Orlando Public Library along with creepy crafts, candy, and a scavenger hunt! Free for families with children ages 12 and under; children must be accompanied by an adult.

October 28 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 29 – The Magic Flute, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Opera Orlando on the MainStage is back for Opera Orlando’s 2022-23 Opera Everlasting Season on the MainStage of Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a Mozart masterpiece, the remarkable true story of the 1914 Christmas Truce and a Donizetti comedy that is sure to bring the house down with vocal fireworks and slapstick hijinx.

October 29 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 29 – Bubbles & Blackjack Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities, Dr. Phillips House, 135 N Lucerne Cir E, Orlando, 6 – 10PM, Guests will enjoy a free-flowing event which includes blackjack, craps, and roulette casino games, complimentary drink and hors d’oeuvres, music, a prize raffle, and more— all benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida!

October 29 – Monster Jam, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, Monster Jam® is an action-packed motorsport with world-class athletes locked in intense competitions of speed and skill. Witness heated rivalries, high-flying stunts, and fierce head-to-head battles for the Event Championship. Engineered to perfection, these 12,000-pound monster trucks, including the legendary Grave Digger®, Max-DTM, Megalodon® and more push all limits in Freestyle, Skills, and Racing competitions. This is full-throttle family fun. The Official Monster Truck SeriesTM only at Monster Jam.

October 29 – Hansel & Gretel, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Opera del Sol presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel as you’ve never seen it before – more grim than Grimm, and more creepy than classic. Director Eric Pinder takes this beloved holiday favorite and twists it into a horrifying tale that leaves you wondering if everyone lives “happily ever after” after all. Hansel & Gretel will be a night(mare) at the opera you won’t want to miss.

October 29 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 30 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 30 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 30 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 1 - 9

October 1 – 10 – CONFLICT: An Exhibition by Victor Bokas, CityArts, 39 South Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 11AM – 6PM daily, Art is a powerful ally in the fight for social justice. It gives voice to the unheard and visibility to the marginalized. This understanding is central to the vision of the Global Peace Film Festival and the work of this year’s Florida-born fine-art painter and mixed-media artist, Victor Bokas. “CONFLICT” features a series of prints which have been curated exclusively for the Global Peace Film Festival’s 20th anniversary celebration. Individual artworks are packed with subliminal messages that make the viewer think more deeply about social global issues impacting today’s society including LGBTQ+, the COVID-19 Pandemic, Global Warming, Peace & Justice, Politics & Corruption, Censorship, and Gender Equity.

October 1 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 1 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 1 – The Second City, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM and 7:30 – 10PM, The Second City has been the world’s first name in laughter for over 60 years! Come join the next generation of comedy superstars as they mash up Second City’s greatest hits and brand-new material along with their signature improvisation in this hilarious show.

October 1 – Wine Wars – A Wine Competition, The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 East Washington Street, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Wine Wars is a competitive wine tasting event where even the loser gets to take something home.

October 1 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 1 – The Planets, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 9PM, Eric Jacobsen and the Orlando Philharmonic take the stage of fabulous Steinmetz Hall for the grand opening of the 2022-2023 Classics Series! Join us as Adele Anthony (“plays beautifully, with warm, luminous tone…” ~ Gramophone) reveals the graceful melodies and dizzying virtuosity of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. And in Holst’s Planets you’ll hear Mars’s bellicose hammer blows; Venus’s gentle serenity; Mercury’s fleet-footedness; and Neptune’s mysteries with voices singing wordlessly…fading away into the unknown. Plus, works by contemporary composers Colin Jacobsen and James Lee III’s celebratory opener welcoming you to the excitement of hearing music in our new home in our 30th Anniversary Season.

October 1 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 2 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 2 – Blue’s Clues & You!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 3:30PM, Blue’s Clues & You! Live On Stage is an epic new adventure that will have every clued-in family singing, dancing, hugging, laughing and figuring out Blue’s Clues with Blue, her friends, and of course, you. In this 60-minute show, filled with Broadway-style song and dance, Josh needs help from Blue and you to conjure up a magical theater show. Kids of all ages will love joining Josh and Blue, as they skidoo to amazing places, make a rainbow with Magenta, create a music video with Rainbow Puppy, float in outer space and so much more!

October 2 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 2 – The Planets, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3:30 – 5PM, Eric Jacobsen and the Orlando Philharmonic take the stage of fabulous Steinmetz Hall for the grand opening of the 2022-2023 Classics Series! Join us as Adele Anthony (“plays beautifully, with warm, luminous tone…” ~ Gramophone) reveals the graceful melodies and dizzying virtuosity of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. And in Holst’s Planets you’ll hear Mars’s bellicose hammer blows; Venus’s gentle serenity; Mercury’s fleet-footedness; and Neptune’s mysteries with voices singing wordlessly…fading away into the unknown. Plus, works by contemporary composers Colin Jacobsen and James Lee III’s celebratory opener welcoming you to the excitement of hearing music in our new home in our 30th Anniversary Season.

October 3 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 4 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 4 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 4 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 5 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 6 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 6 – Feast On The 50, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 5:30 – 9PM, Feast on the 50 presented by SouthState Bank is a one-of-a-kind tailgate on the field at Camping World Stadium featuring a night full of food, family and fun. Attendees enjoy unlimited food and drink, provided by caterers and restaurants from around Orlando, while alumni clubs from our partner schools in the Big Ten, SEC, ACC and Big 12 (as well as B-CU, FAMU and UCF) compete for the most spirited tent in the Official Alumni Village.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 7 – Historic Walking Tour & Book Signing, Discover Downtown, 201 S Orange Ave, Suite 102, Orlando, 9:15 – 11AM, Attention history lovers! Did you know that every first Friday of the month from October – May, we offer a free, guided tour of the Downtown Historic District? You heard right, FREE! Tours feature architectural and historic information about some of downtown Orlando’s oldest and most historic buildings. To kick off the tours this season, Elizabeth Randall, author of Historic Orlando, will be leading the tour on Friday, October 7 along with Jennifer Hunter, City of Orlando Historic Preservation Officer. And that’s not all, after the tour you’ll have the opportunity to purchase a copy of the book with a special signing from Elizabeth herself. Tours begin at 9:30 am at Discover Downtown – the Downtown Orlando Info Center (201 S. Orange Avenue) and last 1.5 hours. Space is limited. RSVP online.

October 7 – Lunch & Learn: On the Brink of War – Orlando and the Cuban Missile, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd, Orlando, 12 – 1PM, The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 focused on the tiny island of Cuba but caught the attention of the world. Central Florida played a critical but often overlooked role in this historically significant standoff.

October 7 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 5 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 6 – Ben Platt, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 8PM

October 7 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 8 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 8 – 2022 Orlando Magic 5K and Kids Run, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9:30AM, Put your basketball sneakers on hold, and grab your running shoes for the annual Orlando Magic 5k and Kids’ Run presented by AdventHealth!  Celebrate the start of basketball season with a run to benefit the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation.  After the race, all participants are invited to enjoy “Orlando Magic Fan Fest on Church Street” to experience the same party atmosphere that fans enjoy on game days! It’s fun for all ages, with music, entertainment, activities and more. The excitement of game day doesn’t end there! The 5k and Kids’ Run also include a ticket to an Orlando Magic game. Let’s get ready to run, walk, party, celebrate and cheer on the Magic together!

🍁 October 8 – District 1 Fall Festival, Amhurst Park at Vista Lakes, 6204 South Chickasaw Trail, Orlando,11AM – 2:30PM,  Join City of Orlando’s District 1 Commissioner Jim Gray along with the Orlando Police Department and Orlando Fire Department for a family fun event at Commissioner Gray’s District 1 Fall Festival! Enjoy hayrides, face painting, bounce houses & games along with free hot dogs and hamburgers! Second Harvest Food Bank will be accepting canned good donations.

October 8 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 8 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 8 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 8 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 9 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 9 – Six, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 3:30PM, From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak into a Euphoric Celebration of 21st century girl power! This new original musical is the global sensation that everyone is losing their head over! Featuring an all-woman cast and all-woman band, SIX has won 23 awards in the 2021/2022 Broadway season, including the Tony Award® for Best Original Score (Music and Lyrics) and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The New York Times says SIX “Totally Rules!” (Critic’s Pick) and The Washington Post hails SIX as “Exactly the kind of energizing, inspirational illumination this town aches for!”

October 9 – Figurehead: Coffee & Conversation Series, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 2 – 3PM, Each installment will feature a member of the community who was active in Orlando’s underground music scene in the 1980s and ’90s as a guest docent who can share this fascinating history through their own unique perspective.

October 9 – Orlando City vs. Columbus, Exploria Stadium, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 2:30pm, Join Orlando City as they take on Columbus!

October 9 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 10 - 16

October 10 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 10 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 11 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 11 – Orlando Magic Vs. Memphis Grizzlies, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 12 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 12 – Shawn Mendes, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum singer/songwriter Shawn Mendes is bringing his 2022 “Wonder: The World Tour” to Amway Center on October 12, 2022!

October 13 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 14 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 11 – Orlando Magic Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 14 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 15 – Mary’s and Mimosas Brunch Affair, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for “Mary’s & Mimosas…A Brunch Affair” with hostess Trixie Deluxxe. Each week they will have a rotating cast of characters and performers with drag, comedy, show tunes, surprises and more! Hamburger Mary’s will also throw in a bottomless mimosa special and Bloody Mary special as well.

October 15 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 15 – Trevor Noah, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, Trevor Noah, the host of the Emmy Award-winning “The Daily Show” and celebrated comedian, brings his Back To Abnormal Tour to Orlando’s Amway Center.

October 15 – Leigh Shannon’s Cabaret Dinner Show, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 7 – 9:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s every Saturday for their Cabaret Dinner Show with your host, Leigh Shannon. The finest in female impersonation and comedy, and celebrity look-a-likes. You never know who might pop in!

October 15 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 16 – Pride Brunch, The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 E Washington St., Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, Join Pride Brunch hosted at the Veranda in Thornton Park!

October 16 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 16 – Sensory Sunday: The Musical Museum, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 12 – 4PM,  Join the Orange County Regional History Center for some sensory-friendly fun for the whole family! Check out our newest special exhibition, Figurehead: Music & Mayhem in Orlando’s Underground, and have some hands-on fun while you’re at it. Learn about Orlando’s musical past and enjoy themed sensory activities throughout the museum as we explore the power of music!

October 16 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 16 – “Weird Al” Yankovic, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Almost four years after his first foray into unfamiliar concert territory with his highly-acclaimed Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour, “Weird Al” Yankovic is pressing his luck again, this time with The Unfortunate Return of the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour.

October 16 – Pitbull featuring Iggy Azalea, Amway Center, 400 West Church Street, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Join Pitbull featuring Iggy Azalea at Amway Center on Sunday, October 16, 2022.

October 17 - 23

October 17 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 18 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 18 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 19 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 20 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

🎃 October 20 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 21 – Synapse Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 9AM – 5:30PM, Synapse Orlando is the annual gathering for all of the doers, creators, innovators, thought leaders making Orlando one of the world’s fastest growing innovation communities and hottest destinations to live, work and play.

October 21 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 21 – Reed Charitable Foundation The Experience, The Abbey, 100 S. Eola Drive, Orlando, 5:30 – 9:30PM, This family friendly event is ALL about the dyslexic strength of comedy! With the help of the incredible team from SAK Comedy Lab, get ready for an interactive night that will be FULL of laughs! There will be adult & kid friendly food from the amazing puff n’ stuff.

October 21 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 21 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 21 – Gorillaz, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Gorillaz has confirmed its historic, rare, and not-to-be-missed North America Tour Fall 2022. Produced by Live Nation, this is the Gorillaz’s first stateside trip since the 2018 trek and is the band’s only scheduled outing on the horizon. The world’s most successful virtual act will once again be brought to life by Damon Albarn and the 14-piece Gorillaz live band and accompanied by a varying cast of guest performers, with Jungle supporting the tour as special guests for their Florida dates. The series of 21 unique and unforgettable arena dates across the U.S. and Canada begins September 11 in Vancouver, BC, and includes its debut performance at Orlando’s Amway Center on Friday, October 21.

October 21 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 21 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 22 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 22 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 22 – The 8th Annual Orlando Health & Wellness Gospel Fest, Lake Eola Park, 195 North Rosalind Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 8PM, Everyone is welcomed, the community is afforded an opportunity to receive health resources and enjoy quality artistic performances!

October 22 – REED Charitable Foundation Gala, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S Magnolia Ave., Orlando, 6 – 10PM, This Adult-only event is RCF’s major fundraiser for the year and will feature a signature silent & live auctions, and incredible 3-course dining experience, high-end cocktails, and opportunity to win a stunning diamond tennis bracelet valued at nearly $14,000 from partners at International Diamond Center & headlining, change-your-life performance by professional (and brilliantly dyslexic) comedian, Michael Jr.! This is a one-of-a-kind, signature event- YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS IT!!

October 22 – Orlando Magic Vs. Boston Celtics, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

🎃 October 22 – A Nightmare on Church Street, Cheyenne Saloon, 128 West Church Street #3304, Orlando, 8 – 11:55PM, After 20 Years, Orlando’s Famous Halloween Costume Party Returns – “A Nightmare on Church Street” to Downtown’s Historic Cheyenne Saloon. Join in for a wicked fun evening with All-inclusive food and drinks with tastings from some of Orlando’s best restaurants and bars.  Dance to live music from DJ Chino and the Rock Band NFusion! Show off your best costumes for our Halloween costume contest with BIG cash prizes from several categories. An amazing Halloween experience while raising awareness and funds benefiting Base Camp Children’s Cancer Foundation – a local charity!

October 22 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 23 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 23 – Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, The Off-Broadway hit comedy Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus LIVE!, is a one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up, and is a light-hearted theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray.
Moving swiftly through a series of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.  This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids! When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical. It’s a great recipe for a date night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment!

🎃 October 23 – Orlando Ballet – Michael Pink’s Dracula, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4:30PM, Pulse-quickening theatrics take center stage in this heart-pounding story of seduction and sacrifice. Orlando Ballet resurrects Michael Pink’s Dracula, the gothic horror story based on Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel. Dracula’s eerie world is brought to spine-tingling life in sweeping fashion with expressive movement, thrilling music, dramatic setting, lighting, and romantic costuming. This fan-favorite is a perfect Halloween treat.

October 23 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 24- 31

October 24 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 25 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 25 – Twisted Bingo, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 6 – 9PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for all the fun at Twisted Bingo with Miss Sammy and Gidget Galore. You will laugh until your side aches, sing a long to show tunes, and play some bingo too!

October 26 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 26 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 27 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 3PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 27 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 27 – Casting Crowns, Amway Center, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7-10PM, Following a successful 42-city spring run in support of their latest album, GRAMMY® winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns announced plans to head back on the road this fall, taking The Healer Tour to an additional 37 major markets across the nation. Presented by Compassion International, the fall tour launches on September 22, in El Paso, TX, and features special guests CAIN and Anne Wilson. Casting Crowns returns to Orlando’s Amway Center on Thursday, October 27.

October 28 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 28 – Orlando Magic Vs. Charlotte Hornets, Amway Center, 400 W Church St Suite 200, Orlando, FL, 7pm.

October 28 – The Magic Flute, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 7:30 – 10PM, Opera Orlando on the MainStage is back for Opera Orlando’s 2022-23 Opera Everlasting Season on the MainStage of Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a Mozart masterpiece, the remarkable true story of the 1914 Christmas Truce and a Donizetti comedy that is sure to bring the house down with vocal fireworks and slapstick hijinx.

October 28 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 28 – Hansel & Gretel, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Opera del Sol presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel as you’ve never seen it before – more grim than Grimm, and more creepy than classic. Director Eric Pinder takes this beloved holiday favorite and twists it into a horrifying tale that leaves you wondering if everyone lives “happily ever after” after all. Hansel & Gretel will be a night(mare) at the opera you won’t want to miss.

October 28 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 29 – Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Orlando, Lake Eola Park, 566 E Robinson Street, Orlando, 7AM – 12PM, Join forces with the American Cancer Society – for the Making Strides movement to help save lives and fund the future of breast cancer research and programs.

October 29 – Trick or Treat Safe Zone: The World of Mythic Creatures, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, Enjoy trick or treating throughout the History Center and the Orlando Public Library along with creepy crafts, candy, and a scavenger hunt! Free for families with children ages 12 and under; children must be accompanied by an adult.

October 28 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 29 – The Magic Flute, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 4PM, Opera Orlando on the MainStage is back for Opera Orlando’s 2022-23 Opera Everlasting Season on the MainStage of Steinmetz Hall at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a Mozart masterpiece, the remarkable true story of the 1914 Christmas Truce and a Donizetti comedy that is sure to bring the house down with vocal fireworks and slapstick hijinx.

October 29 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 2 – 10PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

October 29 – Bubbles & Blackjack Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities, Dr. Phillips House, 135 N Lucerne Cir E, Orlando, 6 – 10PM, Guests will enjoy a free-flowing event which includes blackjack, craps, and roulette casino games, complimentary drink and hors d’oeuvres, music, a prize raffle, and more— all benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida!

October 29 – Monster Jam, Camping World Stadium, 1 Citrus Bowl Place, Orlando, 7 – 9PM, Monster Jam® is an action-packed motorsport with world-class athletes locked in intense competitions of speed and skill. Witness heated rivalries, high-flying stunts, and fierce head-to-head battles for the Event Championship. Engineered to perfection, these 12,000-pound monster trucks, including the legendary Grave Digger®, Max-DTM, Megalodon® and more push all limits in Freestyle, Skills, and Racing competitions. This is full-throttle family fun. The Official Monster Truck SeriesTM only at Monster Jam.

October 29 – Hansel & Gretel, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 8 – 10PM, Opera del Sol presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel as you’ve never seen it before – more grim than Grimm, and more creepy than classic. Director Eric Pinder takes this beloved holiday favorite and twists it into a horrifying tale that leaves you wondering if everyone lives “happily ever after” after all. Hansel & Gretel will be a night(mare) at the opera you won’t want to miss.

October 29 – Live Polynesian Performances, Aloha Beautiful, 69 East Pine Street, Orlando, 9 – 11:55 PM, Join Aloha Beautiful for live Polynesian performances.

October 30 – Broadway Brunch, Hamburger Mary’s Orlando, 110 West Church Street, Orlando, 11AM – 1:30PM, Join Hamburger Mary’s for their award-winning Broadway Brunch every Sunday, hosted by Angel Sheridan, Mimi Lierre, with the Broadway Brunch Bunch dancers. A different show each and every week with Broadway production numbers from Mary Poppins, Hairspray, Grease, Les Miserables, and so much more!

October 30 – Hamilton, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1 – 4PM, Hamilton is the story of America then, told by America now. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theater—a musical that has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education. With book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow’s acclaimed biography. It has won Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Awards, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and an unprecedented special citation from the Kennedy Center Honors.

October 30 – Airplay, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 3 – 9PM, Explore immersive, inflatable art like at Airplay – Presented by Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center. Art like you’ve never experienced it before: giant, immersive and… inflatable. Experience the peaceful, inflatable art from the inside the Architects of Air’s Daedalum luminarium. Relaxing sounds and soft lighting enhance the experience, creating a one of a kind atmosphere. Journey through a giant, inflatable garden. Meet larger-than-life inflatable characters, and so much more.

Things to do in East Orlando

October 1 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 1 – Author & Artist Reception, Avalon Park Arts and Culture Center, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive, Ste. 100, Orlando, 10AM – 9PM, See your favorite & local literary elements come to life with a creative collaboration between local authors and artists in the Avalon Park Arts & Culture Center’s Fall Featured Exhibit: Literary Art. Meet the Author & Artists, Book Signings, Refreshments, Live Readings & Paintings. Call to Authors & Artists: Email [email protected] for more information on how to participate!

October 2 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 3 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 6 – Coffee Club East, 21301 Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, 8:30-9:30am, What happens when you mix a group of energetic business-people, put on your game face with Family Feud, experience Real World Thursday panels, hear timely speakers, network like a champ and make connections like no other?  You’ve got the East Orlando Chamber’s Coffee Club East at Bonefish Grill. Out of the box thinking is our secret ingredient for success, benefiting YOU.  Join us the 1st Thursday of the month from 8:30 – 9:30 AM at Bonefish Grill Lake Underhill.  We will perk you up thanks to our coffee sponsor, Panera Bread. Coffee Club is FREE to attend and a great way to get to know us better, thanks to our Coffee Club sponsors: Duke Energy. Want to stand out in the crowd?  Members can be Featured, displaying product and promotions, presenting briefly and offering a give-away for budget friendly pricing or as a benefit of your membership level.  Register today or give us a call at 407-277-5951 to find out more!

October 7 – Parent’s Night Out, Avalon Park YMCA, 12001 Avalon Lake Drive M-P, Orlando, 5 -8PM, Join us here at Avalon Park YMCA where your children can attend enriching and entertaining activities, while you get the night to yourself! Enjoy your night while our staff provides dinner, crafts, and an overall fun time for your child while you are away. $15 1st child, $10 additional child for members, $30 1st child, $25 additional child for non-members.

October 7 – Oktoberfest Beer Garden, Downtown Avalon Park, 3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 10PM, Beer Garden Preview.

October 8 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 8 – Oktoberfest Car Show, Town Park, 3801 Avalon Park East, Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 8PM, Join the Oktoberfest Car Show and Community Festival on Saturday, October 8th! All models and years are welcome.

October 8 – Oktoberfest Beer Garden, Downtown Avalon Park, 3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 10PM, Community Festival.

October 9 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 10 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 15 – Grace Foley Rock your socks 5K, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, Join us as we honor community member, Grace Foley, in our Annual 5k Fun-Run to raise funds to support the Grace Foley Scholarship Fund. Grace loved mismatched socks so wear your favorite pair or purchase a commemorative pair to wear during the race!

October 15 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 16 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 16 – October Food Truck Night, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 5 – 8PM, Come on out to our ROCKIN’ food truck night featuring local food trucks and live music!

October 17 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 20 – Coffee Club Nona – Sam’s Club Lake Nona, 11920 Narcoossee Road, Orlando, 8:30 – 9:30AM, “Budgeting for 2023: Trimming the fat” FREE for EOCC Members | $10 for Non-members  | Discount for current UCF & Valencia students (call 407-277-5951 for code). Super-size our networking experience with the East Orlando Chambers Coffee Club Nona at Sam’s Club every 3rd Thursday of the month from 8:30 – 9:30 AM.  You’ll be large and in charge with timely topics, bonus buys in interactive gaming, networking galore and Real World Thursday’s helping you grow. Coffee is hot, fresh and ready to serve thanks to Panera Bread. Coffee Club is a great way to get to know us better, thanks to our Coffee Club sponsors: Duke Energy. Want to stand out in the crowd? Members can be Featured, displaying products and promotions, presenting briefly and offering a giveaway for budget friendly pricing or as a benefit of your membership level.  Register today or give us a call at 407-277-5951 to find out more!

October 22 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

🍁 October 22 – Spooky Serenades, Avalon Park Arts & Culture Center, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive, Ste. 100, Orlando, 3:30PM, Join us for Spooky Serenades and the haunted sounds of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s Woodwind Quintet. Pumpkins, candy and ghosts, oh my! Join us as we trick or treat our way through this fun, spooktacular performance! The haunted sounds of the Woodwind Quintet, together with our storyteller, will help get you in the mood for the Fall Season.

October 23 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 23 – LEGO Monster Designer (Ages 7-9), Alafaya Branch Library Computer Lab, 12000 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, 2 – 3PM, Design your own LEGO Monster on the computer! Create custom designs by snapping virtual bricks together.

October 23 – LEGO Monster Designer (Ages 10-12), Alafaya Branch Library Computer Lab, 12000 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Design your own LEGO Monster on the computer! Create custom designs by snapping virtual bricks together.

October 24 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 25 – Small Business – Grow Your Business, The 5th Floor, 3801 Avalon Park Blvd. E, Ste. 200, Orlando,  6 – 8PM, Join us for this complimentary financial literacy workshop, where you will receive tools on how to grow your small business.

October 28 – October Movie Under the Stars – Double Feature, Town Park at Avalon Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, 8PM, Bring your chairs and blankets and join us in Town Park for a double showing of Zootopia and Hocus Pocus!

October 29 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

🎃 October 29 – Spooktacular, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Downtown Avalon Park Halloween Event with Costume Parade and Trick or Treating! Check out the free bounce houses and other offerings!

October 30 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 31 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 1 - 9

October 1 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 1 – Author & Artist Reception, Avalon Park Arts and Culture Center, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive, Ste. 100, Orlando, 10AM – 9PM, See your favorite & local literary elements come to life with a creative collaboration between local authors and artists in the Avalon Park Arts & Culture Center’s Fall Featured Exhibit: Literary Art. Meet the Author & Artists, Book Signings, Refreshments, Live Readings & Paintings. Call to Authors & Artists: Email [email protected] for more information on how to participate!

October 2 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 3 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 6 – Coffee Club East, 21301 Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, 8:30-9:30am, What happens when you mix a group of energetic business-people, put on your game face with Family Feud, experience Real World Thursday panels, hear timely speakers, network like a champ and make connections like no other?  You’ve got the East Orlando Chamber’s Coffee Club East at Bonefish Grill. Out of the box thinking is our secret ingredient for success, benefiting YOU.  Join us the 1st Thursday of the month from 8:30 – 9:30 AM at Bonefish Grill Lake Underhill.  We will perk you up thanks to our coffee sponsor, Panera Bread. Coffee Club is FREE to attend and a great way to get to know us better, thanks to our Coffee Club sponsors: Duke Energy. Want to stand out in the crowd?  Members can be Featured, displaying product and promotions, presenting briefly and offering a give-away for budget friendly pricing or as a benefit of your membership level.  Register today or give us a call at 407-277-5951 to find out more!

October 7 – Parent’s Night Out, Avalon Park YMCA, 12001 Avalon Lake Drive M-P, Orlando, 5 -8PM, Join us here at Avalon Park YMCA where your children can attend enriching and entertaining activities, while you get the night to yourself! Enjoy your night while our staff provides dinner, crafts, and an overall fun time for your child while you are away. $15 1st child, $10 additional child for members, $30 1st child, $25 additional child for non-members.

October 7 – Oktoberfest Beer Garden, Downtown Avalon Park, 3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 10PM, Beer Garden Preview.

October 8 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 8 – Oktoberfest Car Show, Town Park, 3801 Avalon Park East, Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 8PM, Join the Oktoberfest Car Show and Community Festival on Saturday, October 8th! All models and years are welcome.

October 8 – Oktoberfest Beer Garden, Downtown Avalon Park, 3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 10PM, Community Festival.

October 9 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 10 - 16

October 10 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 15 – Grace Foley Rock your socks 5K, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, Join us as we honor community member, Grace Foley, in our Annual 5k Fun-Run to raise funds to support the Grace Foley Scholarship Fund. Grace loved mismatched socks so wear your favorite pair or purchase a commemorative pair to wear during the race!

October 15 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

October 16 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 16 – October Food Truck Night, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 5 – 8PM, Come on out to our ROCKIN’ food truck night featuring local food trucks and live music!

October 17 - 23

October 17 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 20 – Coffee Club Nona – Sam’s Club Lake Nona, 11920 Narcoossee Road, Orlando, 8:30 – 9:30AM, “Budgeting for 2023: Trimming the fat” FREE for EOCC Members | $10 for Non-members  | Discount for current UCF & Valencia students (call 407-277-5951 for code). Super-size our networking experience with the East Orlando Chambers Coffee Club Nona at Sam’s Club every 3rd Thursday of the month from 8:30 – 9:30 AM.  You’ll be large and in charge with timely topics, bonus buys in interactive gaming, networking galore and Real World Thursday’s helping you grow. Coffee is hot, fresh and ready to serve thanks to Panera Bread. Coffee Club is a great way to get to know us better, thanks to our Coffee Club sponsors: Duke Energy. Want to stand out in the crowd? Members can be Featured, displaying products and promotions, presenting briefly and offering a giveaway for budget friendly pricing or as a benefit of your membership level.  Register today or give us a call at 407-277-5951 to find out more!

October 22 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

🍁 October 22 – Spooky Serenades, Avalon Park Arts & Culture Center, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive, Ste. 100, Orlando, 3:30PM, Join us for Spooky Serenades and the haunted sounds of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s Woodwind Quintet. Pumpkins, candy and ghosts, oh my! Join us as we trick or treat our way through this fun, spooktacular performance! The haunted sounds of the Woodwind Quintet, together with our storyteller, will help get you in the mood for the Fall Season.

October 23 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 23 – LEGO Monster Designer (Ages 7-9), Alafaya Branch Library Computer Lab, 12000 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, 2 – 3PM, Design your own LEGO Monster on the computer! Create custom designs by snapping virtual bricks together.

October 23 – LEGO Monster Designer (Ages 10-12), Alafaya Branch Library Computer Lab, 12000 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Design your own LEGO Monster on the computer! Create custom designs by snapping virtual bricks together.

October 24 -31

October 24 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

October 25 – Small Business – Grow Your Business, The 5th Floor, 3801 Avalon Park Blvd. E, Ste. 200, Orlando,  6 – 8PM, Join us for this complimentary financial literacy workshop, where you will receive tools on how to grow your small business.

October 28 – October Movie Under the Stars – Double Feature, Town Park at Avalon Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, 8PM, Bring your chairs and blankets and join us in Town Park for a double showing of Zootopia and Hocus Pocus!

October 29 – Toddler Time at Launch Entertainment Park Orlando, 610 N Alafaya Trail, Orlando, 8 – 10AM, Join us for our new Toddler time, and experience a great way for little launchers to enjoy the fun of all of our attractions in a safe and exciting environment. This exclusive event will take place every Saturday from 8am-10am for just $15 including both Toddler and Parent/Guardian. Check out our website for more details. We hope to see you there! https://launchtrampolinepark.com/orlando/

🎃 October 29 – Spooktacular, Town Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, 5 – 9PM, Downtown Avalon Park Halloween Event with Costume Parade and Trick or Treating! Check out the free bounce houses and other offerings!

October 30 – Yoga in the Park, 3651 Avalon Park E Blvd, Orlando, start time 9:30am, Become more mindful of your physical and spiritual self come enjoy a nice yoga session in the park. Taught by Marigel Haaz (Private Yoga/Pilates Instructor). Donations appreciated.

October 31 – Bowigens Beer Run, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 3801 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 6:45 – 8PM, Come join us for a nice run in Avalon Park.

Things to do in Apopka/Wekiva/Longwood

October 1 – Team Gina 5K and Fun Run, Northwest Recreation Complex: 3710 Jason Dwelley Pkwy, Apopka, 7:30AM, An event designed for the entire family! The 2022 Team Gina 5K + Family Fun Run is Central Florida’s Breast Cancer 5K and 1 mile fun run where proceeds benefit The Gina McReynolds Foundation. To be held at the beautiful Northwest Recreation Complex on Saturday, October 1, 2022 and open to all ages!

October 1 – ROC’s Journey of 1000 Miles, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 9 – 10AM, Ryan O’Connor (a/k/a ROC) of ROC Stop Seizures will walk from Longwood, Florida, to Fenton, Missouri.  This is a total of approximately 1000 miles, so it is called his Journey of 1000 miles.  As a Veteran with Epilepsy, the purpose of Ryan’s walk is to raise awareness for Epilepsy and Battle Induced Seizure Disorders.

October 1 – Saturday Sounds Concert Series & Artisan Night Market (Free Concert, Ultimate Garth), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) with an Artisan Night Market at the Amphitheater. The Artisan Night Market features local artists, vendors, food, & drinks.

October 2 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 3 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

October 4 – National Night Out, Candyland Sports Complex, 599 Longdale Ave, Longwood, 5:308PM, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Free hot dogs and drinks sponsored by Winn Dixie.

October 8 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, Community Building, 200 W Warren Ave, 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.

October 8 – Concert in the Park, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 7 – 9PM, Join us for a Concert in the Park Series at Reiter Park, 311 West Warren Avenue on Saturday, October 8th at 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your chairs and blankets. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase.

🍁 October 9 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 10 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

October 15 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 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.

October 15 – Food Truck Battle/Concert in the Park, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 4 – 9PM, Live music and over 20 food trucks!

🍁 October 16 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 17 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

🍁 October 20 – 23 – Apopka’s Fall Family Festival, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10 N Forest Ave, Apopka, The Fall Family Festival is brought to you by the Rotary Club of Apopka Foundation, Inc a 501(c)3 organization and made possible by our sponsors and volunteers.

October 22 – Trunk or Treat, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 3 – 6PM, Come out to Reiter Park on Saturday, October 22nd from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm for truck or treating with a variety of trucks, and other vehicles, free candy for children, bounce houses, food vendors, and much more. Activities include a children’s costume contest, Truck-or Treating, Bounce Houses, Games, Free candy for the children, Vendors, and much more.

🍁 October 23 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 24 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

🎃 October 29 – Longwood Historic Society Monster Dash 5k, Historic Downtown Longwood, 7 – 10AM, Come be a part of our fifth annual race through the historic district of Longwood. All of the proceeds will go to benefit historic preservation in Longwood, via the Longwood Historic Society. The society maintains three buildings within the district that were built in the 1870s and 1880s. We need your help to raise money for the continued restoration and preservation necessary to keep them around for another generation! The race will begin and end at the Historic Civic Center in downtown Longwood’s historic district. It will be fun, family-friendly, and Halloween-themed. We invite runners to wear costumes and will be awarding prizes for the best costumes. There will be a free kids-dash immediately before the 5K. We will be playing plenty of family-appropriate music, including Halloween favorites to get you into the spirit. The Longwood Historic Society is a non-profit and contributions are tax-deductible. 100% of the proceeds from the race will go to the Society and its primary mission to preserve and restore our historic buildings. We have much-needed repairs to make to the Bradlee-McIntyre House and the proceeds from the event will help make that possible. Thanks for your help!!!

🎃 October 29 – Halloween in the Park 2022, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10 S Forest Ave, Apopka, 9AM – 12PM, Join us for this free family-friendly Trick-or-Treating event with kid activities, vendors, and more! This is a fun & safe trick or treat alternative for the children of Apopka.

🎃 October 29 – Mythical Library, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 11AM – 2PM, What mythical creatures can you find this Halloween at the library? The mythical creatures have taken over the library. Find all of them through crafts and activities.

October 29 – Saturday Sounds Concert Series & Artisan Night Market (Free Concert, Groove Infusion), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) with an Artisan Night Market at the Amphitheater. The Artisan Night Market features local artists, vendors, food, & drinks.

🍁 October 30 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 30 – Trunk or Treat at Apopka Calvary Church of the Nazarene, 750 Roger Williams Road, Apopka, 6 – 8PM, Come join in on the fun as we enjoy our Annual Trunk N Treat! Lots of cars, candy, characters, candy, popcorn, candy and more!

October 31 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

October 1-9

October 1 – Team Gina 5K and Fun Run, Northwest Recreation Complex: 3710 Jason Dwelley Pkwy, Apopka, 7:30AM, An event designed for the entire family! The 2022 Team Gina 5K + Family Fun Run is Central Florida’s Breast Cancer 5K and 1 mile fun run where proceeds benefit The Gina McReynolds Foundation. To be held at the beautiful Northwest Recreation Complex on Saturday, October 1, 2022 and open to all ages!

October 1 – ROC’s Journey of 1000 Miles, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 9 – 10AM, Ryan O’Connor (a/k/a ROC) of ROC Stop Seizures will walk from Longwood, Florida, to Fenton, Missouri.  This is a total of approximately 1000 miles, so it is called his Journey of 1000 miles.  As a Veteran with Epilepsy, the purpose of Ryan’s walk is to raise awareness for Epilepsy and Battle Induced Seizure Disorders.

October 1 – Saturday Sounds Concert Series & Artisan Night Market (Free Concert, Ultimate Garth), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) with an Artisan Night Market at the Amphitheater. The Artisan Night Market features local artists, vendors, food, & drinks.

October 2 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 3 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

October 4 – National Night Out, Candyland Sports Complex, 599 Longdale Ave, Longwood, 5:308PM, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Free hot dogs and drinks sponsored by Winn Dixie.

October 8 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, Community Building, 200 W Warren Ave, 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.

October 8 – Concert in the Park, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 7 – 9PM, Join us for a Concert in the Park Series at Reiter Park, 311 West Warren Avenue on Saturday, October 8th at 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your chairs and blankets. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase.

🍁 October 9 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 10 - 16

October 10 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

October 15 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 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.

October 15 – Food Truck Battle/Concert in the Park, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 4 – 9PM, Live music and over 20 food trucks!

🍁 October 16 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 17 - 23

October 17 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

🍁 October 20 – 23 – Apopka’s Fall Family Festival, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10 N Forest Ave, Apopka, The Fall Family Festival is brought to you by the Rotary Club of Apopka Foundation, Inc a 501(c)3 organization and made possible by our sponsors and volunteers.

October 22 – Trunk or Treat, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Ave, Longwood, 3 – 6PM, Come out to Reiter Park on Saturday, October 22nd from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm for truck or treating with a variety of trucks, and other vehicles, free candy for children, bounce houses, food vendors, and much more. Activities include a children’s costume contest, Truck-or Treating, Bounce Houses, Games, Free candy for the children, Vendors, and much more.

🍁 October 23 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 24 - 31

October 24 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

🎃 October 29 – Longwood Historic Society Monster Dash 5k, Historic Downtown Longwood, 7 – 10AM, Come be a part of our fifth annual race through the historic district of Longwood. All of the proceeds will go to benefit historic preservation in Longwood, via the Longwood Historic Society. The society maintains three buildings within the district that were built in the 1870s and 1880s. We need your help to raise money for the continued restoration and preservation necessary to keep them around for another generation! The race will begin and end at the Historic Civic Center in downtown Longwood’s historic district. It will be fun, family-friendly, and Halloween-themed. We invite runners to wear costumes and will be awarding prizes for the best costumes. There will be a free kids-dash immediately before the 5K. We will be playing plenty of family-appropriate music, including Halloween favorites to get you into the spirit. The Longwood Historic Society is a non-profit and contributions are tax-deductible. 100% of the proceeds from the race will go to the Society and its primary mission to preserve and restore our historic buildings. We have much-needed repairs to make to the Bradlee-McIntyre House and the proceeds from the event will help make that possible. Thanks for your help!!!

🎃 October 29 – Halloween in the Park 2022, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10 S Forest Ave, Apopka, 9AM – 12PM, Join us for this free family-friendly Trick-or-Treating event with kid activities, vendors, and more! This is a fun & safe trick or treat alternative for the children of Apopka.

🎃 October 29 – Mythical Library, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 11AM – 2PM, What mythical creatures can you find this Halloween at the library? The mythical creatures have taken over the library. Find all of them through crafts and activities.

October 29 – Saturday Sounds Concert Series & Artisan Night Market (Free Concert, Groove Infusion), Apopka Amphitheater, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, 5 – 7PM, The City is proud to host this free family-friendly concert series (on select dates) with an Artisan Night Market at the Amphitheater. The Artisan Night Market features local artists, vendors, food, & drinks.

🍁 October 30 – Club Lake Plantation’s Fall Festival, 3403 Rock Springs Road, Apopka, 10AM – 6PM, Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, The Cow Wash, and much more! Pumpkin chunkin’ and tennis ball launching from an air cannon are also available.

October 30 – Trunk or Treat at Apopka Calvary Church of the Nazarene, 750 Roger Williams Road, Apopka, 6 – 8PM, Come join in on the fun as we enjoy our Annual Trunk N Treat! Lots of cars, candy, characters, candy, popcorn, candy and more!

October 31 – Kids Yoga & Meditation with Rosemary Johnson, North Orange Library Meeting Room, 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 10:15 – 10:45AM, Practice yoga, meditation, and mindfulness in a fun way by integrating music with movement. Families can wiggle together and learn ways to calm down. Recommended for families with children ages 3-10.

Things to do in Winter Garden/Ocoee/Clermont

October 1 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 1 – Take Over The Trails, Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland, 126 W Petris Ave, Oakland, 9AM – 12PM, Join the Healthy West Orange Trails Connection on October 1 for Take Over The Trails Day, where community partners will have activities, giveaways, and safety info along the West Orange Trail starting at the Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland!

October 1 – Wildflower Garden Anniversary Plant Swap: Featuring guest speaker from Florida Wildflower Foundation, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Celebrate the one-year anniversary of the West Oaks Wildflower Garden with a plant swap, nature crafts, and guest speaker Stacey Matrazzo, Executive Director of the Florida Wildflower Foundation. Bring your own plants and cuttings to share with others and you might walk away with a new favorite for your own garden! For each plant or cutting you bring, you’ll receive one ticket that can be exchanged for another plant from a fellow nature lover.

October 1 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 1 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 2 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 2 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

October 3 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 4 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 4 – Little Chef: Pumpkin Patch, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Create your own pumpkin patch from pudding, cookies and more sweet treats! Adult participation is required. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration required. Bring your little one to learn cooking skills such as kitchen safety, layering, measuring, smearing, tasting and presentation as you interact with a delicious recipe. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

October 4 – National Night Out, Waterfront Park, 100 3rd St, Clermont, 5 – 8PM, The Clermont Police Department joins other law-enforcement agencies throughout the nation in this annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safe places to be.

October 4 – National Night Out, Downtown Pavilion, 104 S Lakeview Avenue, Winter Garden, 6 – 9PM, Join the Winter Garden Police Department for a Night Out Against Crime at the annually-celebrated National Night Out. The event includes free food, children’s activities, meet and greet with your local police officers, demonstrations, crime prevention tips, and fun for all ages! National Night Out is a national community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships. Millions of neighbors celebrate National Night Out annually across thousands of communities. Join your community in its celebration.

October 4 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 4 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No….
You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 5 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

October 6 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9 – 11AM, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

🍁 October 7 – Sewing Scrappy Fall Pumpkin (2-Day), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Break out your scraps to create a colorful pumpkin! We’ll be using quilting techniques, a gathering stitch, and lastly hand sewing to seal up our project. For Adult, 13 – 17 with accompanying adult. The following materials are required for this project : Scraps of fabric in various sizes – Roughly 2 x 7 to 4 x 12, Large button or Wooden Dowel Endcap for a pumpkin topper (can also create a topper from fabric) and Fiber Fil Stuffing. The following materials will be provided by the library : Scraps of fabric in various sizes, Sewing Machine, Iron and Pressing Surface, Pins, Scissors and Hot Glue. Second date to complete is October 14.

October 7 – First Friday Food Trucks, Downtown Clermont, 5:30 – 9PM, 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.

October 7 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Mountain Brew (Bluegrass, Country).

October 7 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

October 7 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 8 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 8 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended.

October 8 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 9 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 9 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

October 10 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 11 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 11 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 11 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 12 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

🍁 October 12 – Dem Bones, Dem Bones, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 4 – 5PM, The arm bone is connected to the…what bone? Make skeleton crafts, shake your bones and learn a little about what holds us all together. Recommended for ages 6-12. Registration required. No bones about it, you’ll have a great time!

October 13 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 14 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 4 – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 14 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 5 – 10PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 14 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Crenshaw (Folk).

October 14 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

🍁 October 14 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 15 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 15 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 10AM – 10PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 15 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 11AM – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 15 – Movie and a Craft, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3 – 5PM, Sit back and relax during a family-friendly movie while working on a craft or coloring sheets. Recommended for families.

🍁 October 15 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 15 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 16 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 16 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 11AM – 5PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 16 – Junior Grillmasters Presented by Publix, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 11:30AM – 1PM, Junior Grillmasters is a BBQ competition for teens (middle school + high school). Winners in each division get a $100 gift card + trophy + more! All participants get to keep their grills. No cost to enter! Limited number of spots. Details at www.PigonthePond.org

October 16 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🍁 October 16 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 12 – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 17 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 18 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 18 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 18 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 19 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

October 19 – Acoustic Sunset, 2747 Maguire Rd, Ocoee, 5 – 9PM, This event will feature music, entertainment, food, raffle prizes, silent and live auctions. They will also be highlighting local businesses.

October 20 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

🎃 October 21 – 31 – Winter Garden Halloween Experience 2022, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, Daylong, Halloween is celebrated for 11 days – not just one — in Winter Garden! The City’s Halloween Experience provides family-friendly festivities in Downtown Winter Garden, including seven nights of an outdoor animated Halloween Light Show on City Hall; a hay maze; fall- and spooky-themed photo locations, decorations and light displays throughout downtown; a Spooky Caboose; a Halloween Celebration at the fall-themed Farmers Market; a Downtown Harvest Sidewalk Sale & Stroll; and more! Costumes are welcome any day! Available all day, everyday: Hay Maze at City Hall, Fall themed photo stations, seasonal decorations & light displays, unique stores and restaurants to shop, Dine & Stroll surrounded by historic charm and holiday ambiance, and expanded outdoor patios to dine amidst the Halloween Experience while enjoying the weather.

🍁 October 21 – Hand Sewing Ghost Garlands (2-Part), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Technology Classroom, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 11:30AM, Decorate your spooky zone with this Ghostly Garland. We’ll be hand sewing ghosts, creating tassels, and putting it all together. Class Duration: 1.5 hours. Age Requirements: Adult. To complete your garland you will need : 1 package of Black 1/2 inch Double Fold Bias Tape, Felt Sheets White, Black and Orange. The following materials will be provided by the library : Small Selection of Felt and Fabric, Pins and Needles, Floss, Thread, Scissors, Fabric Marking Utensils, Templates, Paper and Pen and Hot Glue. *If you do not have the suggested materials, please use any materials you have on hand. At the start of class, please inform the instructor if you are using materials other than those suggested. Completion on October 28.

October 21 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Garden Music School.

October 21 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 21 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 22 – Harvest Sidewalk Sale and Stroll, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, Daylong, Stroll and shop the outdoor sidewalk sale surrounded by the City of Winter Garden Halloween Experience festivities and decorations. Stores will feature outdoor and indoor special sales, promotions, and seasonal merchandise. Dine at the outdoor patios to enjoy the fall weather amidst the spooky- and fall-themed décor. At the Sidewalk Sale, you will find fun things to do for the whole family including a Hay Maze at City Hall, themed photo stations, Halloween- and fall-themed decorations and light displays, as well as evening events such as a Halloween Light Show, live music, and surprise strolling entertainment. All activities and events are free.

October 21 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

October 21 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 22 – AdventHealth 33rd Annual Great Floridian Triathlon Multisport Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 7:30AM – 12PM, Florida’s original and the longest running independtent full distance triathlon in the country! Multisports Festival events also include a 1/2 distance triathlon, a sprint triathlon, duathlon, aquabike, and multiple relay options.

October 22 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 22 – Create a Halloween House family event at the SOBO art gallery, SOBO Art Gallery, 127 S. Boyd Street, Winter Garden, 4 – 5:30PM, You will be amazed as you work together to transfer a prepared cereal box on a base into an awesome “Haunted House.” All materials and step-by-step guidance are provided. This popular family event fills up quickly! Questions, call 407-347-7996. Register online.

October 22 – Owl Prowl – Art & Stroll, Nehrling Gardens, 2267 Hempel Avenue, Gotha, 4 – 7PM, We are excited to offer this unique experience at historic Nehrling Gardens.  We will delight your tastebuds with a welcome drink at check-in, beer, wine, and food tasting stations throughout the gardens.  Along the way, enjoy live music as you wander among local artists painting in the gardens and take the opportunity to learn about our four Owl Ambassadors on display from the Avian Reconditioning Center.  Before leaving you will visit the Art Auction items and Silent Auction items on display in the garage wing. Online auction begins at noon on October 14th at https://www.32auctions.com/OwlProwl2022

October 22 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 22 – Wine Stroll, Downtown Clermont, 6:30 – 9PM, Explore historic Downtown Clermont while sampling wine at participating shops. Tickets are $20 and available beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Optima One Realty, 720 W. Montrose Street. Photo ID required. You can get your tickets in advance.

🎃 October 22 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 22 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 22 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended.

🍁 October 23 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 23 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 23 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🎃 October 23 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 24 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

🍁 October 24 – Hand Sewing Fall Magnet (Ages 10-12), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Technology Classroom, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3:15 – 4:15PM, Celebrate fall with this hand sewn magnet. Learn basic hand sewing skills while creating a small fabric magnet. Class Duration: 1.5 hours. Age Requirements: 10-17. The following materials will be provided by the library : Felt and Fabric, Pins and Needles, Floss, Thread, Scissors, Fabric Marking Utensils, Templates, Paper and Pen, Hot Glue and Magnet. *If you do not have the suggested materials, please use any materials you have on hand. At the start of class, please inform the instructor if you are using materials other than those suggested.

October 25 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 25 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 25 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 26 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time.

October 27 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 28 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 28 – Windermere Food Truck Night, Windermere Town Hall, 520 Main St., Windermere, 5 – 9:30PM, Guests parallel-park along the downtown Windermere streets, carry their folding tables and chairs to spots beneath large shady oak trees, buy dinner from the food trucks, then gather with family and friends for a relaxing outdoor community dinner. It’s BYOB so either bring your own or purchase it from Tim’s Wine a block away. Free admission. Free parking.

🍁 October 28-29 – Pumpkin Glow Jack-o-lantern, Oakland Nature Preserve Green Trail, 6PM, We want to display your talent!   Bring us your Jack-O-Lantern for display.  All Jack-O-Lanterns will be placed along the Preserve’s Green Trail to create a glowing spectacle for all to enjoy. All pumpkins submitted will be available for pick up after the event. Do you have a child 10 and under that would like to participate are not ready to carve a pumpkin? We will have a special Painted Pumpkins Patch at the beginning of the Pumpkin Glow Trail for these special creations.

🎃 October 28 – Trunk or Treat, Hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department of Ocoee, 6 – 9PM, more information to be announced.

October 28 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Retro Ramblers (Oldies).

🎃 October 28 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 29 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 28 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

🍁 October 28 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

🍁 October 29 – Annual Downtown Clermont Harvest Festival, Downtown Clermont, 10AM – 4PM, Celebrate fall at the annual Downtown Clermont Harvest Festival presented by Clermont Main Street! We have fun planned for the whole family and 150 vendors.

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 3PM, Watch Hotel Transylvania.

October 29 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 29 – Rock the House 2022, 1401 Williams Rd, Winter Garden, 6 – 9PM, Hon. Scott Boyd, Orange County Commissioner (fmr), and Mrs. Dawn Boyd invite you to attend a night under the stars at Rock the House! McKinnon Grove Family Farm – a Historic 300-acre venue on John’s Lake – is ready to host 350 guests under the stars! Rock the House is a unique celebration for 300-400 friends to gather to enjoy live entertainment, participate in a silent/live auction, and celebrate Habitat family stories!

🍁 October 29 – Nightmare on the Clermont Trails 5K, Victory Pointe, 938 Victory Way, Clermont,  6:30 – 10PM, A spooktacular nighttime 5K run/walk featuring several interactive spook zones along the course. Costumes are encouraged with cash and merchandise prizes being awarded to the best several categories!

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 29 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7:30PM, Watch Psycho.

🍁 October 29 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 29 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 30 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 30 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🎃 October 30 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 2PM, Watch Hocus Pocus.

October 30 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 30 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

🎃 October 30 – Dreams Finders Homes Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K, Hamlin Town Center, Winter Garden, Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K at Hamlin Town Center. This isn’t a trick – it’s the best Halloween themed run around! Treat yourself and the whole family to this themed fun run in Hamlin/Winter Garden. Race Day Schedule: 8:00AM – 5K Start, 9:15AM – Kids Races. Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K registration includes: All 5K participants receive a race shirt and medal, Kids race participants receive a shirt, finisher ribbon and trick-or-treat bucket, Photo opps and entertainment will be featured at the post-race party including food, drink, music and more for the whole family! Costumes and family fun are highly encouraged!

October 31 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

🎃 October 31 – Spooky Caboose at the History Center, Winter Garden History, Education, and Visitors’ Center, 21 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 3 – 8PM, Enter the Spooky Caboose – if you dare — stationed outside the Winter Garden History Center. The spooky-decorated caboose has fun frights for all ages. Free to enter. Donations appreciated.

October 31 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Spooktacular, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 5 – 6PM, Wear your costume and join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and spooky stories…if you dare! Recommended for families with ages 3-12. Registration required.

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 1-9

October 1 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 1 – Take Over The Trails, Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland, 126 W Petris Ave, Oakland, 9AM – 12PM, Join the Healthy West Orange Trails Connection on October 1 for Take Over The Trails Day, where community partners will have activities, giveaways, and safety info along the West Orange Trail starting at the Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland!

October 1 – Wildflower Garden Anniversary Plant Swap: Featuring guest speaker from Florida Wildflower Foundation, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Celebrate the one-year anniversary of the West Oaks Wildflower Garden with a plant swap, nature crafts, and guest speaker Stacey Matrazzo, Executive Director of the Florida Wildflower Foundation. Bring your own plants and cuttings to share with others and you might walk away with a new favorite for your own garden! For each plant or cutting you bring, you’ll receive one ticket that can be exchanged for another plant from a fellow nature lover.

October 1 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 1 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 2 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 2 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

October 3 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 4 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 4 – Little Chef: Pumpkin Patch, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 11AM – 12PM, Create your own pumpkin patch from pudding, cookies and more sweet treats! Adult participation is required. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration required. Bring your little one to learn cooking skills such as kitchen safety, layering, measuring, smearing, tasting and presentation as you interact with a delicious recipe. Food will be served at this event; Please see staff about specific needs concerning food allergies.

October 4 – National Night Out, Waterfront Park, 100 3rd St, Clermont, 5 – 8PM, The Clermont Police Department joins other law-enforcement agencies throughout the nation in this annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safe places to be.

October 4 – National Night Out, Downtown Pavilion, 104 S Lakeview Avenue, Winter Garden, 6 – 9PM, Join the Winter Garden Police Department for a Night Out Against Crime at the annually-celebrated National Night Out. The event includes free food, children’s activities, meet and greet with your local police officers, demonstrations, crime prevention tips, and fun for all ages! National Night Out is a national community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships. Millions of neighbors celebrate National Night Out annually across thousands of communities. Join your community in its celebration.

October 4 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 4 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No….
You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 5 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

October 6 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9 – 11AM, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

🍁 October 7 – Sewing Scrappy Fall Pumpkin (2-Day), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10AM – 12PM, Break out your scraps to create a colorful pumpkin! We’ll be using quilting techniques, a gathering stitch, and lastly hand sewing to seal up our project. For Adult, 13 – 17 with accompanying adult. The following materials are required for this project : Scraps of fabric in various sizes – Roughly 2 x 7 to 4 x 12, Large button or Wooden Dowel Endcap for a pumpkin topper (can also create a topper from fabric) and Fiber Fil Stuffing. The following materials will be provided by the library : Scraps of fabric in various sizes, Sewing Machine, Iron and Pressing Surface, Pins, Scissors and Hot Glue. Second date to complete is October 14.

October 7 – First Friday Food Trucks, Downtown Clermont, 5:30 – 9PM, 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.

October 7 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Mountain Brew (Bluegrass, Country).

October 7 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

October 7 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 8 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 8 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended.

October 8 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 9 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 9 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

October 10 - 16

October 10 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 11 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 11 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 11 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 12 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

🍁 October 12 – Dem Bones, Dem Bones, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Sarchet Community Room, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 4 – 5PM, The arm bone is connected to the…what bone? Make skeleton crafts, shake your bones and learn a little about what holds us all together. Recommended for ages 6-12. Registration required. No bones about it, you’ll have a great time!

October 13 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 14 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 4 – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 14 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 5 – 10PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 14 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Crenshaw (Folk).

October 14 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

🍁 October 14 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 15 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 15 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 10AM – 10PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 15 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 11AM – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 15 – Movie and a Craft, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3 – 5PM, Sit back and relax during a family-friendly movie while working on a craft or coloring sheets. Recommended for families.

🍁 October 15 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 15 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 16 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 16 – Pig on the Pond Community Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 11AM – 5PM, From its modest start as a BBQ competition, it has grown to be the biggest outdoor festival in south Lake County and has been voted one of Central Florida’s most popular events. The festival runs for 3 days, from Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. The festival takes place at popular Waterfront Park on the shore of Lake Minneola in Clermont. The family-friendly festival includes entertainment for all ages, a carnival, a Kids Zone, food vendors galore and special activities throughout the weekend. Besides being a fun-filled community event, proceeds from Pig on the Pond go to fund four, 4-year college scholarships for deserving south Lake County students each year.

October 16 – Junior Grillmasters Presented by Publix, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 11:30AM – 1PM, Junior Grillmasters is a BBQ competition for teens (middle school + high school). Winners in each division get a $100 gift card + trophy + more! All participants get to keep their grills. No cost to enter! Limited number of spots. Details at www.PigonthePond.org

October 16 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🍁 October 16 – Crooked Can Brewery Oktoberfest, 12 – 11PM, 3 action packed days of great beer, great food and great entertainment.

October 17 - 23

October 17 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 18 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 18 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 18 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 19 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time!

October 19 – Acoustic Sunset, 2747 Maguire Rd, Ocoee, 5 – 9PM, This event will feature music, entertainment, food, raffle prizes, silent and live auctions. They will also be highlighting local businesses.

October 20 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

🎃 October 21 – 31 – Winter Garden Halloween Experience 2022, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, Daylong, Halloween is celebrated for 11 days – not just one — in Winter Garden! The City’s Halloween Experience provides family-friendly festivities in Downtown Winter Garden, including seven nights of an outdoor animated Halloween Light Show on City Hall; a hay maze; fall- and spooky-themed photo locations, decorations and light displays throughout downtown; a Spooky Caboose; a Halloween Celebration at the fall-themed Farmers Market; a Downtown Harvest Sidewalk Sale & Stroll; and more! Costumes are welcome any day! Available all day, everyday: Hay Maze at City Hall, Fall themed photo stations, seasonal decorations & light displays, unique stores and restaurants to shop, Dine & Stroll surrounded by historic charm and holiday ambiance, and expanded outdoor patios to dine amidst the Halloween Experience while enjoying the weather.

🍁 October 21 – Hand Sewing Ghost Garlands (2-Part), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Technology Classroom, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 10 – 11:30AM, Decorate your spooky zone with this Ghostly Garland. We’ll be hand sewing ghosts, creating tassels, and putting it all together. Class Duration: 1.5 hours. Age Requirements: Adult. To complete your garland you will need : 1 package of Black 1/2 inch Double Fold Bias Tape, Felt Sheets White, Black and Orange. The following materials will be provided by the library : Small Selection of Felt and Fabric, Pins and Needles, Floss, Thread, Scissors, Fabric Marking Utensils, Templates, Paper and Pen and Hot Glue. *If you do not have the suggested materials, please use any materials you have on hand. At the start of class, please inform the instructor if you are using materials other than those suggested. Completion on October 28.

October 21 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Garden Music School.

October 21 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 21 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 22 – Harvest Sidewalk Sale and Stroll, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, Daylong, Stroll and shop the outdoor sidewalk sale surrounded by the City of Winter Garden Halloween Experience festivities and decorations. Stores will feature outdoor and indoor special sales, promotions, and seasonal merchandise. Dine at the outdoor patios to enjoy the fall weather amidst the spooky- and fall-themed décor. At the Sidewalk Sale, you will find fun things to do for the whole family including a Hay Maze at City Hall, themed photo stations, Halloween- and fall-themed decorations and light displays, as well as evening events such as a Halloween Light Show, live music, and surprise strolling entertainment. All activities and events are free.

October 21 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

October 21 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 22 – AdventHealth 33rd Annual Great Floridian Triathlon Multisport Festival, Waterfront Park, 300 3rd St., Clermont, 7:30AM – 12PM, Florida’s original and the longest running independtent full distance triathlon in the country! Multisports Festival events also include a 1/2 distance triathlon, a sprint triathlon, duathlon, aquabike, and multiple relay options.

October 22 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 22 – Create a Halloween House family event at the SOBO art gallery, SOBO Art Gallery, 127 S. Boyd Street, Winter Garden, 4 – 5:30PM, You will be amazed as you work together to transfer a prepared cereal box on a base into an awesome “Haunted House.” All materials and step-by-step guidance are provided. This popular family event fills up quickly! Questions, call 407-347-7996. Register online.

October 22 – Owl Prowl – Art & Stroll, Nehrling Gardens, 2267 Hempel Avenue, Gotha, 4 – 7PM, We are excited to offer this unique experience at historic Nehrling Gardens.  We will delight your tastebuds with a welcome drink at check-in, beer, wine, and food tasting stations throughout the gardens.  Along the way, enjoy live music as you wander among local artists painting in the gardens and take the opportunity to learn about our four Owl Ambassadors on display from the Avian Reconditioning Center.  Before leaving you will visit the Art Auction items and Silent Auction items on display in the garage wing. Online auction begins at noon on October 14th at https://www.32auctions.com/OwlProwl2022

October 22 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 22 – Wine Stroll, Downtown Clermont, 6:30 – 9PM, Explore historic Downtown Clermont while sampling wine at participating shops. Tickets are $20 and available beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Optima One Realty, 720 W. Montrose Street. Photo ID required. You can get your tickets in advance.

🎃 October 22 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 22 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 22 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended.

🍁 October 23 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 23 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 23 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🎃 October 23 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 24 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

October 24 - 31

🍁 October 24 – Hand Sewing Fall Magnet (Ages 10-12), West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Technology Classroom, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 3:15 – 4:15PM, Celebrate fall with this hand sewn magnet. Learn basic hand sewing skills while creating a small fabric magnet. Class Duration: 1.5 hours. Age Requirements: 10-17. The following materials will be provided by the library : Felt and Fabric, Pins and Needles, Floss, Thread, Scissors, Fabric Marking Utensils, Templates, Paper and Pen, Hot Glue and Magnet. *If you do not have the suggested materials, please use any materials you have on hand. At the start of class, please inform the instructor if you are using materials other than those suggested.

October 25 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 25 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7 – 9:30PM, Text your team name and group size by 6pm to get a reserved table. Call 407-750-7063. Prizes for top teams!

October 25 – Trivia at Crooked Can, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St., Winter Garden, 7:30 – 10:30PM, Do you Love Trivia? Do you Love Craft Beer? Well GREAT NEWS, if you answered Yes to either of these questions because it’s Tuesday Night Trivia in the Crooked Can Taproom! If you answered No…. You still have the ability to answer questions, play trivia and drink Wine! It’s a Win-Win Folks! See you in the taproom at 7:30PM.

October 26 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 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. Join Miss Stav and “Oinky” (her SEL pig puppet) as they flow through silly and fun yoga poses designed for kids! We will flow through an imaginative journey filled with puppets, glitter jars, parachute games, breathing, mind-body movement, sharing, self-regulation, Social-Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time.

October 27 – Toddler Time at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 9-11am, Little Leapers is a fun, high-energy play adventure, created for parents and little ones to enjoy together. You’ll love watching your child bounce, climb, and explore in a safe environment while interacting with similar age children and learning about sharing, teamwork, and other important social skills. Bond, make memories, and watch your Little Leaper thrive.

October 28 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 28 – Windermere Food Truck Night, Windermere Town Hall, 520 Main St., Windermere, 5 – 9:30PM, Guests parallel-park along the downtown Windermere streets, carry their folding tables and chairs to spots beneath large shady oak trees, buy dinner from the food trucks, then gather with family and friends for a relaxing outdoor community dinner. It’s BYOB so either bring your own or purchase it from Tim’s Wine a block away. Free admission. Free parking.

🍁 October 28-29 – Pumpkin Glow Jack-o-lantern, Oakland Nature Preserve Green Trail, 6PM, We want to display your talent!   Bring us your Jack-O-Lantern for display.  All Jack-O-Lanterns will be placed along the Preserve’s Green Trail to create a glowing spectacle for all to enjoy. All pumpkins submitted will be available for pick up after the event. Do you have a child 10 and under that would like to participate are not ready to carve a pumpkin? We will have a special Painted Pumpkins Patch at the beginning of the Pumpkin Glow Trail for these special creations.

🎃 October 28 – Trunk or Treat, Hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department of Ocoee, 6 – 9PM, more information to be announced.

October 28 – Fridays on the Plaza, Downtown Winter Garden, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7 – 9PM, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Featuring Retro Ramblers (Oldies).

🎃 October 28 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 29 – Tours at Momma G Farms, 36815 Leslye Lane, Eustis, 9am-2pm, Welcome to Momma G Farms! We invite you and your family every Saturday from 9am to 2pm to tour our growing food forest and get your questions answered on creating a food forest at your home. We have potted edible plants and trees, medicinal and culinary herbs, and all kinds of Farm Creations available.

October 28 – Parents Night Out at Sky Zone Clermont, 2510 S Hwy 27, Clermont, 7 – 10PM, Parents Night Out is held every Friday from 7PM – 10PM and includes two slices of pizza and a soft drink for only $23! This event will have a game room and include all of our new attractions! Security will be onsite so that you can drop your kids off!! Parents Night Out is for ages 6-15 and parents must be present at check-in!

🍁 October 28 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

🍁 October 29 – Annual Downtown Clermont Harvest Festival, Downtown Clermont, 10AM – 4PM, Celebrate fall at the annual Downtown Clermont Harvest Festival presented by Clermont Main Street! We have fun planned for the whole family and 150 vendors.

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 3PM, Watch Hotel Transylvania.

October 29 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 29 – Rock the House 2022, 1401 Williams Rd, Winter Garden, 6 – 9PM, Hon. Scott Boyd, Orange County Commissioner (fmr), and Mrs. Dawn Boyd invite you to attend a night under the stars at Rock the House! McKinnon Grove Family Farm – a Historic 300-acre venue on John’s Lake – is ready to host 350 guests under the stars! Rock the House is a unique celebration for 300-400 friends to gather to enjoy live entertainment, participate in a silent/live auction, and celebrate Habitat family stories!

🍁 October 29 – Nightmare on the Clermont Trails 5K, Victory Pointe, 938 Victory Way, Clermont,  6:30 – 10PM, A spooktacular nighttime 5K run/walk featuring several interactive spook zones along the course. Costumes are encouraged with cash and merchandise prizes being awarded to the best several categories!

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 29 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7:30PM, Watch Psycho.

🍁 October 29 – Fright Nights at Far Reach Ranch, 1255 South Dora Boulevard, Tavares, 7PM – 12AM, Join us for FRIGHT NIGHTS at the Far Reach Ranch every Friday and Saturday in October from 7pm – 12am! There is no admission fee for this event! Fright Nights featuring: CAMP FEAR REACH – A haunted woods experience (Ticketed Ride/Reservations recommended). Live Music by Lake County’s ONLY Halloween Band, THE DISMEMBERED (Punk & Rockabilly Halloween Music!) Dr. DeViAnt’s Classic Sideshow with proceeds going to Dona Vista Arts. Delicious food, snacks and a full bar! Axe Throwing and other games. Kids Spook Zone with bounce houses & other fun activities for the littles. More Spooky Surprises! There is NO ENTRY FEE to attend Fright Nights. Some of the activities do require an entry fee. Camp Fear Reach is a ticketed ride. Reservations recommended

October 29 – Sky Zone GLOW Clermont, 2510 S US-27, Clermont, 8 – 11PM, Jump after dark! GLOW is a 3 hour long Jump Session in our GLOW Lights. GLOW Lights are the coolest way to light up the night in all sorts of colors! During GLOW the atmosphere inside Sky Zone is amplified with music and fog, creating an exciting and new jumping experience. GLOW is only $25 and includes the GLOW Shirt required for Jumping in the dark!

🍁 October 30 – Amber Brooke Farms Eustis Fall Festival, 36111 N CR 44A,  Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, Amber Brooke Farms is excited to welcome you to our second annual Fall Festival starting September 24th. Enjoy lunch and fresh baked goods at the farm, as well as our fall- slushes, local craft beers, and wine. We offer a gorgeous pumpkin patch with unique pumpkin varieties. We have tons of kid’s activities, with special entertainment each weekend and live music for the whole family to experience this fall. We will have a maze in addition to our u-pick sunflowers and u-pick zinnias. $13 in advance $15 at the door *Petting Zoo and Gemstone Mining extra.

October 30 – Crooked Can Brewery Tours, Crooked Can Brewing Company, 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 12 – 4PM, Go behind the scenes of the Crooked Can Brewing Company every Sunday with one of our Brewery Tours. $10 Includes a free 9oz Pour and the Tour. Tours kickoff at Noon and run every hour on the hour until 4PM. Cheers!

🎃 October 30 – Halloween Movie Series at the Garden Theater, Garden Theatre, 160 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 2PM, Watch Hocus Pocus.

October 30 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 30 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

🎃 October 30 – Dreams Finders Homes Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K, Hamlin Town Center, Winter Garden, Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K at Hamlin Town Center. This isn’t a trick – it’s the best Halloween themed run around! Treat yourself and the whole family to this themed fun run in Hamlin/Winter Garden. Race Day Schedule: 8:00AM – 5K Start, 9:15AM – Kids Races. Halloween Spooky Sprint 5K registration includes: All 5K participants receive a race shirt and medal, Kids race participants receive a shirt, finisher ribbon and trick-or-treat bucket, Photo opps and entertainment will be featured at the post-race party including food, drink, music and more for the whole family! Costumes and family fun are highly encouraged!

October 31 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, Program Area, 10:30 – 11AM, 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.

🎃 October 31 – Spooky Caboose at the History Center, Winter Garden History, Education, and Visitors’ Center, 21 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 3 – 8PM, Enter the Spooky Caboose – if you dare — stationed outside the Winter Garden History Center. The spooky-decorated caboose has fun frights for all ages. Free to enter. Donations appreciated.

October 31 – Street Performances & Surprises, Downtown Winter Garden, Evening, A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as they stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Spooktacular, West Oaks Branch and Genealogy Center Children’s Area, 1821 E Silver Star Rd, Ocoee, 5 – 6PM, Wear your costume and join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and spooky stories…if you dare! Recommended for families with ages 3-12. Registration required.

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Light Show, City Hall of Winter Garden, 300 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, 7 – 9PM, A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

Things to do in Maitland/Altamonte

October 2 – Sensory Sensitive Sundays at Chuck E. Cheese, 541 W. Hwy 436, Altamonte Springs, 9 – 11AM, Chuck E. Cheese is proud to support families who have children with autism and other special needs. Through our Sensory Sensitive Sundays program we’re able to offer families a quieter dining and entertainment environment, dimmed lighting and a sensory-friendly arcade experience. Our sensory-friendly events also include a trained and caring staff to ensure each guest has a safe, fun-filled visit. Participating locations will open two hours early on the first Sunday of the month to offer a sensory-friendly experience for families.

October 4 – Police Department Open House, 1837 Fennell St., Maitland, 5 – 7PM, The Maitland Police Department will host an open house for the community from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 1837 Fennell St. Bring the family for station tours, police vehicles and displays. For more information, please call (407) 539-6234.

October 4 – National Night Out, Downtown Altamonte Springs, 6 – 8PM, The Altamonte Springs Police Department invites you and your neighbors to celebrate National Night Out (NNO) on Tuesday, October 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. NNO is an annual campaign promoting police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Neighborhoods in Altamonte Springs will host a variety of fun activities along with ASPD officer meet and greets.  If you would like to participate, contact Officer Deana Dipaola (407) 571-8294 or [email protected].

🍁 October 5 – Pumpkinology: The Science of a “Gourd” Time, 281 Maitland Ave, Altamonte Springs, Kids ages 6 to 13 are invited to visit the City Library for a “gourd” time celebrating all things pumpkin. Each session includes a fun pumpkin craft along with a pumpkin-themed science experiment, which include making pumpkin slime, a pumpkin catapult and a pumpkin volcano. Space is limited and registration is required. Storytimes at 11AM & 1PM.

October 7 – Getdown Downtown: First Friday Block Party, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Maitland’s Getdown Downtown street party presented by Orlando Health will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, on Independence Lane with food, vendors, kids play area and live music from Bangers and Mash. Admission is free. Parking is available on Horatio Avenue, Packwood Avenue and inside the Maitland City Centre parking garage.

🍁 October 8 – Cranes Roost Sunset Cinema, Cranes Roost Park, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, Altamonte Springs, 7PM, Bring your chairs and blankets to watch The Addams Family in Cranes Roost Park! This family-friendly event is free to the public. Concessions are available. The gates open at 6:15PM. The movie will begin at 7PM.

October 9 – Family Fun Class at Painting with a Twist Altamonte Springs, 851 W State Rd. 436 #1013, Altamonte Springs, All guests must be registered for class prior to arrival to guarantee your registration and any special seating requests. Ages 6+ welcomed to paint. You can paint or watch your child paint.

October 15 – Craft & Food Fest, Lake Lilly Park, 701 Lake Lily Dr, Maitland, 11AM – 4PM, Specialty pop-up events will be bringing their Craft and Food Fest to Lake Lilly Park from 11am – 4pm. Enjoy vendors, food trucks, and entertainment.

October 15 – Date Night in the Plaza, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 8 – 10PM, Cranes Roost Park Plaza will transform into the perfect setting for an adults-only event under the stars. Whether you are with a significant other or a group of friends, you are sure to have a memorable time.  Each event in this series features a different theme. More details are coming soon. Patrons must be at least 21 years of age. Food and bar beverages available for purchase. Gates open at 7:15 p.m.

🍁 October 22 – Franklin’s Friends Howl-O-Ween Walkathon, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 9AM – 12PM, Franklin’s Friends is excited to present the ninth annual Howl-O-Ween Dog Walkathon and Canine Costume Contest at Cranes Roost Park. Please join us for the leisurely dog walk, doggie costume contest, raffles, vendors, adoptable pets and more! Registration required.

October 22 – Movies in the Park, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Maitland’s Movie in the Park series will present the animated Disney-Pixar hit flick “UP” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in Independence Square next to City Hall, 1776 Independence Lane. Enjoy free admission, free popcorn and games for the kids.

October 29 – Next Step Orlando Walk ‘n Roll-a-thon, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 9 – 11:30AM, The 13th annual Walk ‘n Roll-a-thon Red Carpet Event showcases the hard work and amazing progress of paralyzed individuals in our community. Come cheer them on along with emcees Matt Austin and Lisa Bell from News 6! The event includes vendor booths, raffle prizes and more.  Registration starts at 9:15AM. A minimum $10 pledge is required.

🎃 October 29 – Fall-O-Ween Festival 2022, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 5 – 9PM, In celebration of Halloween, Join the City of Maitland’s Fall-o-ween Festival on Independence square! There will be games, costume contests, candy and more!

🎃 October 31 – Halloween at Cranes Roost Park, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, Altamonte Springs, 5 – 9PM, Halloween at Cranes Roost is a community-oriented, door-to-door trick-or-treat alternative for kids brought to you by the City of Altamonte Springs. The event features local businesses sponsoring booths to hand out candy and trinkets to an estimated 15,000 kids. The event kicks off with trick-or-treating around Cranes Roost Lake and live entertainment, followed by costume contests, games and surprises throughout the event.

October 1-9

October 2 – Sensory Sensitive Sundays at Chuck E. Cheese, 541 W. Hwy 436, Altamonte Springs, 9 – 11AM, Chuck E. Cheese is proud to support families who have children with autism and other special needs. Through our Sensory Sensitive Sundays program we’re able to offer families a quieter dining and entertainment environment, dimmed lighting and a sensory-friendly arcade experience. Our sensory-friendly events also include a trained and caring staff to ensure each guest has a safe, fun-filled visit. Participating locations will open two hours early on the first Sunday of the month to offer a sensory-friendly experience for families.

October 4 – Police Department Open House, 1837 Fennell St., Maitland, 5 – 7PM, The Maitland Police Department will host an open house for the community from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 1837 Fennell St. Bring the family for station tours, police vehicles and displays. For more information, please call (407) 539-6234.

October 4 – National Night Out, Downtown Altamonte Springs, 6 – 8PM, The Altamonte Springs Police Department invites you and your neighbors to celebrate National Night Out (NNO) on Tuesday, October 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. NNO is an annual campaign promoting police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Neighborhoods in Altamonte Springs will host a variety of fun activities along with ASPD officer meet and greets.  If you would like to participate, contact Officer Deana Dipaola (407) 571-8294 or [email protected].

🍁 October 5 – Pumpkinology: The Science of a “Gourd” Time, 281 Maitland Ave, Altamonte Springs, Kids ages 6 to 13 are invited to visit the City Library for a “gourd” time celebrating all things pumpkin. Each session includes a fun pumpkin craft along with a pumpkin-themed science experiment, which include making pumpkin slime, a pumpkin catapult and a pumpkin volcano. Space is limited and registration is required. Storytimes at 11AM & 1PM.

October 7 – Getdown Downtown: First Friday Block Party, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Maitland’s Getdown Downtown street party presented by Orlando Health will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, on Independence Lane with food, vendors, kids play area and live music from Bangers and Mash. Admission is free. Parking is available on Horatio Avenue, Packwood Avenue and inside the Maitland City Centre parking garage.

🍁 October 8 – Cranes Roost Sunset Cinema, Cranes Roost Park, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, Altamonte Springs, 7PM, Bring your chairs and blankets to watch The Addams Family in Cranes Roost Park! This family-friendly event is free to the public. Concessions are available. The gates open at 6:15PM. The movie will begin at 7PM.

October 9 – Family Fun Class at Painting with a Twist Altamonte Springs, 851 W State Rd. 436 #1013, Altamonte Springs, All guests must be registered for class prior to arrival to guarantee your registration and any special seating requests. Ages 6+ welcomed to paint. You can paint or watch your child paint.

October 10 - 16

October 15 – Craft & Food Fest, Lake Lilly Park, 701 Lake Lily Dr, Maitland, 11AM – 4PM, Specialty pop-up events will be bringing their Craft and Food Fest to Lake Lilly Park from 11am – 4pm. Enjoy vendors, food trucks, and entertainment.

October 15 – Date Night in the Plaza, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 8 – 10PM, Cranes Roost Park Plaza will transform into the perfect setting for an adults-only event under the stars. Whether you are with a significant other or a group of friends, you are sure to have a memorable time.  Each event in this series features a different theme. More details are coming soon. Patrons must be at least 21 years of age. Food and bar beverages available for purchase. Gates open at 7:15 p.m.

October 17 - 23

🍁 October 22 – Franklin’s Friends Howl-O-Ween Walkathon, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 9AM – 12PM, Franklin’s Friends is excited to present the ninth annual Howl-O-Ween Dog Walkathon and Canine Costume Contest at Cranes Roost Park. Please join us for the leisurely dog walk, doggie costume contest, raffles, vendors, adoptable pets and more! Registration required.

October 22 – Movies in the Park, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 6 – 9PM, Maitland’s Movie in the Park series will present the animated Disney-Pixar hit flick “UP” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in Independence Square next to City Hall, 1776 Independence Lane. Enjoy free admission, free popcorn and games for the kids.

October 24 - 31

October 29 – Next Step Orlando Walk ‘n Roll-a-thon, Park Plaza, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 9 – 11:30AM, The 13th annual Walk ‘n Roll-a-thon Red Carpet Event showcases the hard work and amazing progress of paralyzed individuals in our community. Come cheer them on along with emcees Matt Austin and Lisa Bell from News 6! The event includes vendor booths, raffle prizes and more.  Registration starts at 9:15AM. A minimum $10 pledge is required.

🎃 October 29 – Fall-O-Ween Festival 2022, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 5 – 9PM, In celebration of Halloween, Join the City of Maitland’s Fall-o-ween Festival on Independence square! There will be games, costume contests, candy and more!

🎃 October 31 – Halloween at Cranes Roost Park, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, Altamonte Springs, 5 – 9PM, Halloween at Cranes Roost is a community-oriented, door-to-door trick-or-treat alternative for kids brought to you by the City of Altamonte Springs. The event features local businesses sponsoring booths to hand out candy and trinkets to an estimated 15,000 kids. The event kicks off with trick-or-treating around Cranes Roost Lake and live entertainment, followed by costume contests, games and surprises throughout the event.

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

October 1 – Get Hooked – Family Fishing Event, Lake Island at Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 255 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 8 – 10AM, Join the City of Winter Park for the Get Hooked Family Fishing Event! There will be snacks, raffle, giveaways, fun & more! Free bait & poles are provided. Everyone goes home with a fish!

October 1 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

October 4 – National Night Out, Public Safety Facility, 500 North Virginia Avenue, Winter Park, 6 – 8PM, Don’t miss National Night Out with our Police and Fire-Rescue Departments. The focus of the event is to bring together public safety professionals, citizens & local businesses for personal safety awareness, security, pet safety, general wellness & crime prevention.

October 5 – City Hall Commission Chambers, 401 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 8:30 – 9AM, CoffeeTalk’s “flavor” invites the public to enjoy a cup of conversation with city leaders if they have a “latte” questions or thoughts they would like to “pourover” about city initiatives, programs or activities. This month talk to Commissioner Marty Sullivan.

October 8 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🍁 October 8 – Winter Park Autumn Art Festival, Central Park, 150 W Morse Blvd, Winter Park, 9AM – 5PM, The Winter Park Autumn Art Festival is the only juried fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists. The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the festival on the second weekend in October each year. The community-oriented sidewalk show presents quality visual art and live entertainment the whole family can enjoy. The festival is held in beautiful Central Park located along historic Park Avenue in downtown Winter Park.

🍁 October 9 – Winter Park Autumn Art Festival, Central Park, 150 W Morse Blvd, Winter Park, 9AM – 5PM, The Winter Park Autumn Art Festival is the only juried fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists. The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the festival on the second weekend in October each year. The community-oriented sidewalk show presents quality visual art and live entertainment the whole family can enjoy. The festival is held in beautiful Central Park located along historic Park Avenue in downtown Winter Park.

October 15 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🍁 October 15 – Fall Bazaar at Ascension Lutheran Church, 351 Ascension Drive, Casselberry, 9AM – 1PM, Our 12th Annual Fall Bazaar will be held on Friday, October 14 from 5-8PM and Saturday, October 15 from 9AM-1:00PM. Items for sale include quilts, handcrafted items, and seasonal crafts. In addition, there will be a walking taco dinner, delicious baked goods for sale, and plenty of books available to add to your fall reading list.

October 22 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🎃 October 24 – Trick-or-Read at Mead with Winter Park Library, 1300 S. Denning Dr, Winter Park, 6 – 7PM, Wear your costume and enjoy seasonal stories during this interactive storytime that includes fun with books, songs, finger plays and movement. Gather treats as you wander through our Halloween-themed StoryWalk. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults.

October 26 – Wednesday Wine Walk – Sip & Tour, Edgewater Drive, College Park, 5 – 8PM, College Park Main Street and participating businesses invite you to come Sip + Tour #32804. There are approximately 20 businesses on our wine stops. Tickets are $10 in advance online, or $15 on the day of the walk online or at check-in. Pick up your wristband and cup at Balance Orlando (1220 Edgewater Dr.) or Good Crowd (2812 Edgewater Dr). You may bring your previous College Park Main Street #32804 cup to reuse. This is a rain or shine event and there are no refunds.

October 29 – Bike 5 Cities, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 7:30AM, Bike/Walk Central Florida is hosting its signature 28-mile ride bike ride, the 6th Annual Bike 5 Cities, on Saturday, October 29, 2022, in partnership with the cities of Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Casselberry, and the town of Eatonville. The ride is tailored to anyone wanting to discover low-stress trails, paths, and neighborhood roads around Central Florida.

October 29 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🎃 October 29 – Trick or Treat Park Avenue, Park Avenue, 110 N. Park Ave, Winter Park, 10AM – 12PM, Come to Park Avenue for some candy, costumes, and fun! There will also be some Halloween photo ops!

🎃 October 29 – 16th Annual Creepy Crawl Walk by The Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida, Lake Baldwin Park, 2000 S. Lakemont Ave., Winter Park, 4 – 7PM, The Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida (HFGF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of those with bleeding disorders. Don’t forget your Halloween costume! Hope to see you there!

October 30 – Family Swim Day at Goldfish Swim School, 5445 Lake Howell Rd, Winter Park, 2:15 – 3:45PM, Whether you want to help your children practice their swimming skills or your family needs some bonding time, a Family Swim is a great way to spend an afternoon. Enjoy your day or evening in our shiver-free pool that’s heated to a pleasant 90°.
As a parent, you’re probably well aware that kids don’t truly know if they’ll enjoy something until they dive in and do it. Fortunately, most kids love the water. This activity can benefit your whole family because:
You can teach your child about water safety & introduce him or her to the water
You can relax in our warm pool while your swimmer shows you his or her skills
You can determine if your child would benefit from swim lessons
Spending time in the pool together is a great way to get energy out
Your child will feel more comfortable with you in the water
If you’re not enrolled in Goldfish Swim School, Family Swim sessions are also a great way to get your feet wet. Explore our fun, safe, tropical facilities and get a glimpse of the experiences we create for our students and their families. $15 per lane.

🎃 October 30 – Ever After Character Events Halloween Villian Trick or Treat, 1871 Minnesota Avenue, Winter Park, 6 – 7PM, Join 13 of your favorite characters for some Halloween hijinx at our Fourth Annual Villains event! Meet 13 characters who may be handing out tricks or maybe treats. Enter our chilling costume contest, have a dance party with the villains, make a creepy craft and listen to a Halloween not-so-scary story told by Jack and Sally. A child’s ticket is $28. One adult is free per child. Each additional adult ticket is $5. Come celebrate spooky season with your friends at Ever After Character Events!!! EACE reserves the right to cancel or postpone this event due to inclement weather, low ticket sales or other extrenuous circumstances. In these circumstances, full refunds will be issued.

🎃 October 31 – Library Trick or Treat at Winter Park Library, 1300 S. Denning Dr, Winter Park, 9AM – 4:30PM, Celebrate Halloween at the Library! Come in costume and pick up some treats at the second floor information desk. Enrollment not required. While supplies last.

October 1-9

October 1 – Get Hooked – Family Fishing Event, Lake Island at Martin Luther King Jr. Park, 255 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 8 – 10AM, Join the City of Winter Park for the Get Hooked Family Fishing Event! There will be snacks, raffle, giveaways, fun & more! Free bait & poles are provided. Everyone goes home with a fish!

October 1 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

October 4 – National Night Out, Public Safety Facility, 500 North Virginia Avenue, Winter Park, 6 – 8PM, Don’t miss National Night Out with our Police and Fire-Rescue Departments. The focus of the event is to bring together public safety professionals, citizens & local businesses for personal safety awareness, security, pet safety, general wellness & crime prevention.

October 5 – City Hall Commission Chambers, 401 South Park Avenue, Winter Park, 8:30 – 9AM, CoffeeTalk’s “flavor” invites the public to enjoy a cup of conversation with city leaders if they have a “latte” questions or thoughts they would like to “pourover” about city initiatives, programs or activities. This month talk to Commissioner Marty Sullivan.

October 8 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🍁 October 8 – Winter Park Autumn Art Festival, Central Park, 150 W Morse Blvd, Winter Park, 9AM – 5PM, The Winter Park Autumn Art Festival is the only juried fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists. The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the festival on the second weekend in October each year. The community-oriented sidewalk show presents quality visual art and live entertainment the whole family can enjoy. The festival is held in beautiful Central Park located along historic Park Avenue in downtown Winter Park.

🍁 October 9 – Winter Park Autumn Art Festival, Central Park, 150 W Morse Blvd, Winter Park, 9AM – 5PM, The Winter Park Autumn Art Festival is the only juried fine art festival exclusively featuring Florida artists. The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the festival on the second weekend in October each year. The community-oriented sidewalk show presents quality visual art and live entertainment the whole family can enjoy. The festival is held in beautiful Central Park located along historic Park Avenue in downtown Winter Park.

October 10 - 16

October 15 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🍁 October 15 – Fall Bazaar at Ascension Lutheran Church, 351 Ascension Drive, Casselberry, 9AM – 1PM, Our 12th Annual Fall Bazaar will be held on Friday, October 14 from 5-8PM and Saturday, October 15 from 9AM-1:00PM. Items for sale include quilts, handcrafted items, and seasonal crafts. In addition, there will be a walking taco dinner, delicious baked goods for sale, and plenty of books available to add to your fall reading list.

October 17 - 23

October 22 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

October 24 - 31

🎃 October 24 – Trick-or-Read at Mead with Winter Park Library, 1300 S. Denning Dr, Winter Park, 6 – 7PM, Wear your costume and enjoy seasonal stories during this interactive storytime that includes fun with books, songs, finger plays and movement. Gather treats as you wander through our Halloween-themed StoryWalk. We encourage full and active participation of accompanying adults.

October 26 – Wednesday Wine Walk – Sip & Tour, Edgewater Drive, College Park, 5 – 8PM, College Park Main Street and participating businesses invite you to come Sip + Tour #32804. There are approximately 20 businesses on our wine stops. Tickets are $10 in advance online, or $15 on the day of the walk online or at check-in. Pick up your wristband and cup at Balance Orlando (1220 Edgewater Dr.) or Good Crowd (2812 Edgewater Dr). You may bring your previous College Park Main Street #32804 cup to reuse. This is a rain or shine event and there are no refunds.

October 29 – Bike 5 Cities, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 7:30AM, Bike/Walk Central Florida is hosting its signature 28-mile ride bike ride, the 6th Annual Bike 5 Cities, on Saturday, October 29, 2022, in partnership with the cities of Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Casselberry, and the town of Eatonville. The ride is tailored to anyone wanting to discover low-stress trails, paths, and neighborhood roads around Central Florida.

October 29 – Saturday Yoga in the Garden, Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 South Denning Drive, Winter Park, 9 -10AM, 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. Don’t forget to bring a yoga mat and water. Tickets are $10.

🎃 October 29 – Trick or Treat Park Avenue, Park Avenue, 110 N. Park Ave, Winter Park, 10AM – 12PM, Come to Park Avenue for some candy, costumes, and fun! There will also be some Halloween photo ops!

🎃 October 29 – 16th Annual Creepy Crawl Walk by The Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida, Lake Baldwin Park, 2000 S. Lakemont Ave., Winter Park, 4 – 7PM, The Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida (HFGF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of those with bleeding disorders. Don’t forget your Halloween costume! Hope to see you there!

October 30 – Family Swim Day at Goldfish Swim School, 5445 Lake Howell Rd, Winter Park, 2:15 – 3:45PM, Whether you want to help your children practice their swimming skills or your family needs some bonding time, a Family Swim is a great way to spend an afternoon. Enjoy your day or evening in our shiver-free pool that’s heated to a pleasant 90°.
As a parent, you’re probably well aware that kids don’t truly know if they’ll enjoy something until they dive in and do it. Fortunately, most kids love the water. This activity can benefit your whole family because:
You can teach your child about water safety & introduce him or her to the water
You can relax in our warm pool while your swimmer shows you his or her skills
You can determine if your child would benefit from swim lessons
Spending time in the pool together is a great way to get energy out
Your child will feel more comfortable with you in the water
If you’re not enrolled in Goldfish Swim School, Family Swim sessions are also a great way to get your feet wet. Explore our fun, safe, tropical facilities and get a glimpse of the experiences we create for our students and their families. $15 per lane.

🎃 October 30 – Ever After Character Events Halloween Villian Trick or Treat, 1871 Minnesota Avenue, Winter Park, 6 – 7PM, Join 13 of your favorite characters for some Halloween hijinx at our Fourth Annual Villains event! Meet 13 characters who may be handing out tricks or maybe treats. Enter our chilling costume contest, have a dance party with the villains, make a creepy craft and listen to a Halloween not-so-scary story told by Jack and Sally. A child’s ticket is $28. One adult is free per child. Each additional adult ticket is $5. Come celebrate spooky season with your friends at Ever After Character Events!!! EACE reserves the right to cancel or postpone this event due to inclement weather, low ticket sales or other extrenuous circumstances. In these circumstances, full refunds will be issued.

🎃 October 31 – Library Trick or Treat at Winter Park Library, 1300 S. Denning Dr, Winter Park, 9AM – 4:30PM, Celebrate Halloween at the Library! Come in costume and pick up some treats at the second floor information desk. Enrollment not required. While supplies last.

Things to do in Daytona/DeLand

October 2 – DeLand Indie Market, Artisan Alley, DeLand, 11AM – 5PM, The DeLand Indie Market is a curated show that is held four times  each year showcasing vintage, boutique, art and handcrafted items. There will be more than 70 vendors, food, libations & live music. Held in Artisan Alley.

October 4 – Jazz on the Alley, Artisan Alley, 7 – 8:30PM, An open air concert on alternate Tuesdays in Artisan Alley featuring The Alley Cats, a jazz quintet comprised of local students, and professional musicians. They play instrumental music in styles that include traditional jazz, swing, ballads, bebop, bossanova, blues, and funk. Tables and chairs are provided for fans who are encouraged to bring their carry-out food and beverage from nearby establishments. The public is invited to attend free of charge. In the event of inclement weather the event will be moved to the nearby Artisan Alley Garage.

October 7 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 8 – Stroll our Streets, Downtown DeLand, DeLand, 10 AM – 10PM, Held every second Saturday of the month. Come on downtown and support our merchants!

October 12 – Wine, Women & Chocolate, Downtown DeLand, 5 – 7:45PM, Pick up a passport at participating locations. ENDING LOCATION SPACE IS LIMITED. Step One: Spot the WWC stamped wine bottle Here’s a hint! IT SPARKLES! at any one of the businesses listed on the inside and collect a store stamp or signature. Step Two: Collect at least 10 different store stamps/signatures, and make at least ONE PURCHASE to be eligible to win a gift certificate from one of the participating merchants. Join us at the end of the night at Abbey Bar! Space is limited! Make it to all the stops (with a purchase) and double your chances to win!  Every Diva who makes it to every location on the passport and enters into the WWC drawing will receive $2 in MainStreet bucks!! YAY!!!!!

October 14 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 15 – Downtown DeLand Cruise, East Indiana Avenue, 3 – 7PM

October 16 – Fire Department Open House, 2983 Howland Blvd, Deltona, The Deltona Fire Department hosts their Annual Open House at Fire Station 65. Bring the family out to see fire trucks up close and meet your local firefighters! There are fire demonstrations, vendors, face painting, games, raffles, and lots of fire safety information.

🍁 October 18 – Crafting – pumpkin votive, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 1 – 2PM, Jack-o-lanterns can be cute?  These mini jack-o-lanterns sure are.  Come join the fun as we commit to autumn with these adorable, safe for all ages, mini votives.

October 18 – Jazz on the Alley, Artisan Alley, 7 – 8:30PM, An open air concert on alternate Tuesdays in Artisan Alley featuring The Alley Cats, a jazz quintet comprised of local students, and professional musicians. They play instrumental music in styles that include traditional jazz, swing, ballads, bebop, bossanova, blues, and funk. Tables and chairs are provided for fans who are encouraged to bring their carry-out food and beverage from nearby establishments. The public is invited to attend free of charge. In the event of inclement weather the event will be moved to the nearby Artisan Alley Garage.

October 21 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 21 – DeLand High Homecoming Parade, 100 North Woodland Boulevard, DeLand, 2 – 4PM, Parade route will go down Woodland Boulevard from Plymouth to Hubbard Avenue.

🍁 October 21 – Rocky Horror Picture Show Live Shadow Cast Performance, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 8 – 10PM, The evening will consist of a pre-show featuring DeLand Pride and the Absent Friends (with emcee Robert Baldwin), the ever-popular 1975 20th Century Fox film, live shadow cast (in other words, costumed actors portraying the movie while it is being screened above), dancing, and audience participation (with call backs and prop bags).

October 22 – Haunted Ocala National Forest, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 12 – 1PM, Presented by Christopher Balzano, a writer, researcher, folklorist, and the current host of the podcast Tripping on Legends. Join Christopher as he takes you above the trees and into the towns of the Ocala looking for some of the odd tales people whisper across campfires and when they think outsiders aren’t listening. Part first-hand accounts, part urban legend, these stories will offer a little dose of history and large measure of weirdness.

October 22 – Absolute Queen, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 5PM, Experience the hyper-realistic sights and sounds of what a Queen concert was like in the early 1980s, filled with all of the many hits, incredible vocals, stories about Queen and the songs, costume changes, and high energy sing along songs that will lift you off your seat! Absolute Queen is an amazing realistic Queen show that replicates the songs and effects and music note for note live. Lead Singer and Welshman Martyn Jenkins fronted the European Touring Queen show “Night at the Opera” for years in Europe, playing for The Queen Fan Club and performing for Brian May and Roger Taylor. The band has spent hundreds of hours in the studio and you will hear exact multiple harmonies live that you hear on the real Queen records but sung by Absolute Queen. Their attention to detail is astounding and you have to experience them performing Bohemian Rhapsody live to truly appreciate the incredible performance of this masterpiece song as Queen envisioned it.

🍁 October 23 – Orlando Flamenco Presents: Dracula, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7 – 8:30PM, Directed and choreographed by “Spain’s Got Talent” artistic director and international bailaor Carlos Rodriguez, Flamenco del Sol company explores Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror story through Flamenco dance. Traversing ‘oceans of time’, the story weaves its way between between Spain and Cuba, putting a new, yet deliciously familiar twist on this beloved tale.

🎃 October 28 – Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly”, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, Victorian Horror Troupe PHANTASMAGORIA explodes onto the stage of the historic Athens Theatre with their newest entry in their long running Halloween mainstage series: Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly.” Journey with this critically acclaimed troupe as they bring to life the tales and poetry of Edgar Allan Poe through their  Evocative Storytelling, Phantastical Dance, puppetry, projections, original music and MUCH more! From the haunted stirrings of “The Raven” to the sheer terror of “The Tell Tale Heart”. . .and from the grim tolling of “The Bells” to the bittersweet grieving of “Anabelle Lee,” along with a selection of other whimsical, macabre, and terrifying stories and poems, you are invited to celebrate an evening of Poe’s works.

October 28 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

🎃 October 29 – Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly”, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, Victorian Horror Troupe PHANTASMAGORIA explodes onto the stage of the historic Athens Theatre with their newest entry in their long running Halloween mainstage series: Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly.” Journey with this critically acclaimed troupe as they bring to life the tales and poetry of Edgar Allan Poe through their  Evocative Storytelling, Phantastical Dance, puppetry, projections, original music and MUCH more! From the haunted stirrings of “The Raven” to the sheer terror of “The Tell Tale Heart”. . .and from the grim tolling of “The Bells” to the bittersweet grieving of “Anabelle Lee,” along with a selection of other whimsical, macabre, and terrifying stories and poems, you are invited to celebrate an evening of Poe’s works.

🍁 October 29 – Carn-O-Ween, Dewey Boster Sports, 1200 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, The event will include food trucks with a variety of delicious menus as well as non-food vendors with various items for purchase.  The City will provide hayrides, bounce houses, face painters and music.  There will be a costume contest for different ages as well.   There will be no haunted trail or haunted ship at this year’s event.  This year we have added the Magic Midways Carnival to the mix and they will be there for 4 days beginning on October 28th and running through October 31st.  Tickets for the carnival can be purchased at MagicMidways.com.

🎃 October 31 – Monsters on MainStreet, Downtown DeLand, 6 – 8PM, Free trick-or-treating in Downtown DeLand!

October 1-9

October 2 – DeLand Indie Market, Artisan Alley, DeLand, 11AM – 5PM, The DeLand Indie Market is a curated show that is held four times  each year showcasing vintage, boutique, art and handcrafted items. There will be more than 70 vendors, food, libations & live music. Held in Artisan Alley.

October 4 – Jazz on the Alley, Artisan Alley, 7 – 8:30PM, An open air concert on alternate Tuesdays in Artisan Alley featuring The Alley Cats, a jazz quintet comprised of local students, and professional musicians. They play instrumental music in styles that include traditional jazz, swing, ballads, bebop, bossanova, blues, and funk. Tables and chairs are provided for fans who are encouraged to bring their carry-out food and beverage from nearby establishments. The public is invited to attend free of charge. In the event of inclement weather the event will be moved to the nearby Artisan Alley Garage.

October 7 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 8 – Stroll our Streets, Downtown DeLand, DeLand, 10 AM – 10PM, Held every second Saturday of the month. Come on downtown and support our merchants!

October 10 - 16

October 12 – Wine, Women & Chocolate, Downtown DeLand, 5 – 7:45PM, Pick up a passport at participating locations. ENDING LOCATION SPACE IS LIMITED. Step One: Spot the WWC stamped wine bottle Here’s a hint! IT SPARKLES! at any one of the businesses listed on the inside and collect a store stamp or signature. Step Two: Collect at least 10 different store stamps/signatures, and make at least ONE PURCHASE to be eligible to win a gift certificate from one of the participating merchants. Join us at the end of the night at Abbey Bar! Space is limited! Make it to all the stops (with a purchase) and double your chances to win!  Every Diva who makes it to every location on the passport and enters into the WWC drawing will receive $2 in MainStreet bucks!! YAY!!!!!

October 14 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 15 – Downtown DeLand Cruise, East Indiana Avenue, 3 – 7PM

October 16 – Fire Department Open House, 2983 Howland Blvd, Deltona, The Deltona Fire Department hosts their Annual Open House at Fire Station 65. Bring the family out to see fire trucks up close and meet your local firefighters! There are fire demonstrations, vendors, face painting, games, raffles, and lots of fire safety information.

October 17 - 23

🍁 October 18 – Crafting – pumpkin votive, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 1 – 2PM, Jack-o-lanterns can be cute?  These mini jack-o-lanterns sure are.  Come join the fun as we commit to autumn with these adorable, safe for all ages, mini votives.

October 18 – Jazz on the Alley, Artisan Alley, 7 – 8:30PM, An open air concert on alternate Tuesdays in Artisan Alley featuring The Alley Cats, a jazz quintet comprised of local students, and professional musicians. They play instrumental music in styles that include traditional jazz, swing, ballads, bebop, bossanova, blues, and funk. Tables and chairs are provided for fans who are encouraged to bring their carry-out food and beverage from nearby establishments. The public is invited to attend free of charge. In the event of inclement weather the event will be moved to the nearby Artisan Alley Garage.

October 21 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

October 21 – DeLand High Homecoming Parade, 100 North Woodland Boulevard, DeLand, 2 – 4PM, Parade route will go down Woodland Boulevard from Plymouth to Hubbard Avenue.

🍁 October 21 – Rocky Horror Picture Show Live Shadow Cast Performance, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 8 – 10PM, The evening will consist of a pre-show featuring DeLand Pride and the Absent Friends (with emcee Robert Baldwin), the ever-popular 1975 20th Century Fox film, live shadow cast (in other words, costumed actors portraying the movie while it is being screened above), dancing, and audience participation (with call backs and prop bags).

October 22 – Haunted Ocala National Forest, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 12 – 1PM, Presented by Christopher Balzano, a writer, researcher, folklorist, and the current host of the podcast Tripping on Legends. Join Christopher as he takes you above the trees and into the towns of the Ocala looking for some of the odd tales people whisper across campfires and when they think outsiders aren’t listening. Part first-hand accounts, part urban legend, these stories will offer a little dose of history and large measure of weirdness.

October 22 – Absolute Queen, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 5PM, Experience the hyper-realistic sights and sounds of what a Queen concert was like in the early 1980s, filled with all of the many hits, incredible vocals, stories about Queen and the songs, costume changes, and high energy sing along songs that will lift you off your seat! Absolute Queen is an amazing realistic Queen show that replicates the songs and effects and music note for note live. Lead Singer and Welshman Martyn Jenkins fronted the European Touring Queen show “Night at the Opera” for years in Europe, playing for The Queen Fan Club and performing for Brian May and Roger Taylor. The band has spent hundreds of hours in the studio and you will hear exact multiple harmonies live that you hear on the real Queen records but sung by Absolute Queen. Their attention to detail is astounding and you have to experience them performing Bohemian Rhapsody live to truly appreciate the incredible performance of this masterpiece song as Queen envisioned it.

🍁 October 23 – Orlando Flamenco Presents: Dracula, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7 – 8:30PM, Directed and choreographed by “Spain’s Got Talent” artistic director and international bailaor Carlos Rodriguez, Flamenco del Sol company explores Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror story through Flamenco dance. Traversing ‘oceans of time’, the story weaves its way between between Spain and Cuba, putting a new, yet deliciously familiar twist on this beloved tale.

October 24 - 31

🎃 October 28 – Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly”, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, Victorian Horror Troupe PHANTASMAGORIA explodes onto the stage of the historic Athens Theatre with their newest entry in their long running Halloween mainstage series: Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly.” Journey with this critically acclaimed troupe as they bring to life the tales and poetry of Edgar Allan Poe through their  Evocative Storytelling, Phantastical Dance, puppetry, projections, original music and MUCH more! From the haunted stirrings of “The Raven” to the sheer terror of “The Tell Tale Heart”. . .and from the grim tolling of “The Bells” to the bittersweet grieving of “Anabelle Lee,” along with a selection of other whimsical, macabre, and terrifying stories and poems, you are invited to celebrate an evening of Poe’s works.

October 28 – Gentle Hatha Yoga, 130 E Howry Ave, DeLand, Auditorium, 10 – 11AM, This class offers gentle Hatha yoga at a slower pace. Various options are given for differing degrees of experience. Great for all levels and those just beginning a a yoga practice. Please bring a mat, a towel or blanket, and water.

🎃 October 29 – Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly”, Athens Theatre, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, Victorian Horror Troupe PHANTASMAGORIA explodes onto the stage of the historic Athens Theatre with their newest entry in their long running Halloween mainstage series: Phantasmagoria XIII “Poe, Through The Tales Darkly.” Journey with this critically acclaimed troupe as they bring to life the tales and poetry of Edgar Allan Poe through their  Evocative Storytelling, Phantastical Dance, puppetry, projections, original music and MUCH more! From the haunted stirrings of “The Raven” to the sheer terror of “The Tell Tale Heart”. . .and from the grim tolling of “The Bells” to the bittersweet grieving of “Anabelle Lee,” along with a selection of other whimsical, macabre, and terrifying stories and poems, you are invited to celebrate an evening of Poe’s works.

🍁 October 29 – Carn-O-Ween, Dewey Boster Sports, 1200 Saxon Blvd., Deltona, The event will include food trucks with a variety of delicious menus as well as non-food vendors with various items for purchase.  The City will provide hayrides, bounce houses, face painters and music.  There will be a costume contest for different ages as well.   There will be no haunted trail or haunted ship at this year’s event.  This year we have added the Magic Midways Carnival to the mix and they will be there for 4 days beginning on October 28th and running through October 31st.  Tickets for the carnival can be purchased at MagicMidways.com.

🎃 October 31 – Monsters on MainStreet, Downtown DeLand, 6 – 8PM, Free trick-or-treating in Downtown DeLand!

Things to do in Kissimmee

🎃 October 1 – 31 – Screamin’ Green Hauntoween, Crayola Experience, 8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, Attraction Hours, Join our crayon crew on their quest to discover rare, Halloween colors and meet monster-ific characters as you go! To find them all, you’ll journey into an ancient Pharaoh’s tomb, creep through a spooktacular forest and more all while creating WITCHtacular crafts! Plus enjoy a DJ dance party and trick-or-treating on weekends! Guests are welcome to dress-up, however no costume masks are allowed. There is so much to “BOO”, you may never want to leave. ALL Included with general admission.

October 1 – 4th Annual Best of Challenge: Signature Edition, Sunset Walk Promenade, 12 – 3:30PM, Promenade at Sunset Walk presents the 4th Annual Best of Challenge: Signature Edition, showcasing the signature dish of the Promenade’s amazing venues, plus Margaritaville Resort Orlando. The cast of The Jim Colbert Show from Real Radio 104.1 return as our celebrity event hosts. This event is rain or shine. No refunds. No outside food or beverage allowed. VIP Tasting Admission $20.

🍁 October 1 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 1 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

🎃 October 1 – Kissimmee Ghost Tour, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6 – 9 PM, Prepare for spooks and frights as you learn about Historic Downtown Kissimmee. This hair-raising walking tour will surely get you into the Halloween spirit!? Tour will begin at Hart Memorial Library. Presented by Osceola County Historical Society. Registration required.

October 1 – Jaclyn Hayden, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 2 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 2 – Tim Hamlin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 4 – Phil Bonanno, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 5 – Low Ground, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 6 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 6 – 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.

October 6 – Fo’i Meleah, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 7 – 9 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

🍁 October 7 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 7 – Movie in the Park – Spiderman: No Way Home, Kissimmee Lakefront Park, 205 Lakeview Drive, Kissimmee, 5:30PM start time with movie starting at sunset, Kissimmee Utility Authority will begin its 2022-2023 Movie in the Park series on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022, at Kissimmee Lakefront Park. The event will feature free admission, free popcorn, contests, prize giveaways, and the showing of Spiderman: No Way Home on a 50-foot screen! Activities begin at 5:30 pm and the movie at sunset. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and a picnic-style dinner! The movie series is a partnership between KUA and the City of Kissimmee.

October 7 – The Rundown, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 8 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 8 – Hispanic Heritage Music and Art Festival, Buenaventura Lakes Branch Library, 405 Buenaventura Blvd, Kissimmee, 1 – 3PM, Highly skilled local artisans display their original art work, showcasing paintings, jewelry, and other unique hand craft items in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Cultural entertainment and light refreshments will round out the day.

October 8 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

October 8 – Speed Limit 70, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 9 – 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.

October 9 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 9 – Layla Brisbois, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 11 – Thomas Watkins, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 12 – Maker’s Cafe: Poison Apples, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 4 – 5PM, Tempt the taste buds of mischievous entities by creating a poison apple to ward off their malevolent intentions. Supplies provided.

October 12 – Daniel Pepin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 13 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 13 – 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.

October 13 – Allie Sawicki, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 14 – 16 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

🍁 October 14 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 14 – Tabasco, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 15 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 15 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

October 15 – Breast Cancer Awareness Car & Truck Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, All makes and models welcome. Entry fee: $30 VIP Blvd. Parking / $20 Show Car Lot Parking. Please print your paid admission ticket and present at entrance on day of show. 100% of proceeds go to breast cancer research. FREE admission for all spectators, friends, and family. Top 10 Trophy Awards, 50/50 Cash Raffle, and Driver/Spectator Raffle.

October 15 – Jaclyn Hayden, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 16 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 16 – School of Rock, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 1 – 5PM, Embassy Suites By Hilton™ Orlando Sunset Walk, The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando, and the Promenade at Sunset Walk proudly present School of Rock. Live, nonstop music featuring two bands from Central Florida: School of Rock Oviedo and School of Rock Orlando! Join us select months and support your future rock stars. FREE admission and parking. No outside food or beverage allowed.

October 16 – Rafael Rodriguez, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 18 – Ten Candles: A Horror Roleplaying Game, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6 – 7PM, Immerse yourself in this tragic horror role-playing game in which the goal is not to survive, but to make those last hours count. Recommended for ages 18 and up.

October 18 – Tim Hamlin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 19 – Jason Link, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

🍁 October 20 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 20 – 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.

October 20 – Gilly & The Girl, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 21 – 23 – Country Thunder Florida, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, Country Thunder Florida returns to Osceola Heritage Park, October 21 – 23, 2022 with performances from Chris Young, Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean, and MORE!

October 21 – 23 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

October 21 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

🍁 October 21 – Oktoberfest in Celebration, Celebration Town Center, 701 Front Street, Celebration, 5:30 – 10PM, On October 21st and 22nd, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza.

October 21 – Thompson-Browne, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

🍁 October 22 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 22 – Murder Mystery Mayhem Presents: Horror at Homecoming, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 1 – 3PM, In a night filled with treachery, deception, betrayal, and murder, are you clever enough to survive the night?

October 22 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

🍁 October 22 – Oktoberfest in Celebration, Celebration Town Center, 701 Front Street, Celebration, 5:30 – 10PM, On October 21st and 22nd, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza.

October 22 – The Jason Link Experience, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 23 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 23 – Phil Bonanno, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 25 – Allie Sawicki, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 26 – Maker’s Café: Magic Potion Bottles, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 4 – 5PM, Brew your own concoctions to create potion bottles. Library not responsible for any magical mischief that may occur! Supplies provided.

October 26 – Fo’i Meleah, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 27 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 27 – 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.

October 27 – Karavan to the Keys, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7PM, Karavan to the Keys 2022 and Radio Trop Rock are coming to Promenade at Sunset Walk! Presented by the all new Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando™ Sunset Walk and The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando. Come enjoy a night of FREE live music featuring some of the Best Trop Rockers: Donny Brewer, Mike Nash, John Patti, Bill Cockrell & The Aquaholics. Hosted By JD Spradlin of Radio Margaritaville.

October 28 – 30 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

October 28 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 28 – The Layla Brisbois Band, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 28 – Myriam Hernandez in Concert, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, 8PM, Come dance, sing, and enjoy the romantic ballads of Chilean singer-songwriter, Myriam Hernández at the Silver Spurs Arena.

🍁 October 29 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

🎃 October 29 – Trunk or Treat Car Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, 3rd annual Promenade at Sunset Walk Halloween Kids’ Trick-or-Treating and Car & Truck Show, presented by the all new Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando™ Sunset Walk and The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando. Live music, street performers, over 2 dozen candy locations, 24 unique restaurants and shops. FREE admission. Outdoor event. FREE parking. All ages, pet friendly. Participating show cars and trucks will also be distributing treats and competing for the top 3 best Halloween-themed rides!

October 29 – Myriam Hernandez in Concert, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, 8PM, Come dance, sing, and enjoy the romantic ballads of Chilean singer-songwriter, Myriam Hernández at the Silver Spurs Arena.

🍁 October 30 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 30 – Rafael Rodriguez, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 1-9

🎃 October 1 – 31 – Screamin’ Green Hauntoween, Crayola Experience, 8001 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, Attraction Hours, Join our crayon crew on their quest to discover rare, Halloween colors and meet monster-ific characters as you go! To find them all, you’ll journey into an ancient Pharaoh’s tomb, creep through a spooktacular forest and more all while creating WITCHtacular crafts! Plus enjoy a DJ dance party and trick-or-treating on weekends! Guests are welcome to dress-up, however no costume masks are allowed. There is so much to “BOO”, you may never want to leave. ALL Included with general admission.

October 1 – 4th Annual Best of Challenge: Signature Edition, Sunset Walk Promenade, 12 – 3:30PM, Promenade at Sunset Walk presents the 4th Annual Best of Challenge: Signature Edition, showcasing the signature dish of the Promenade’s amazing venues, plus Margaritaville Resort Orlando. The cast of The Jim Colbert Show from Real Radio 104.1 return as our celebrity event hosts. This event is rain or shine. No refunds. No outside food or beverage allowed. VIP Tasting Admission $20.

🍁 October 1 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 1 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

🎃 October 1 – Kissimmee Ghost Tour, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6 – 9 PM, Prepare for spooks and frights as you learn about Historic Downtown Kissimmee. This hair-raising walking tour will surely get you into the Halloween spirit!? Tour will begin at Hart Memorial Library. Presented by Osceola County Historical Society. Registration required.

October 1 – Jaclyn Hayden, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 2 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 2 – Tim Hamlin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 4 – Phil Bonanno, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 5 – Low Ground, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 6 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 6 – 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.

October 6 – Fo’i Meleah, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 7 – 9 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

🍁 October 7 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 7 – Movie in the Park – Spiderman: No Way Home, Kissimmee Lakefront Park, 205 Lakeview Drive, Kissimmee, 5:30PM start time with movie starting at sunset, Kissimmee Utility Authority will begin its 2022-2023 Movie in the Park series on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022, at Kissimmee Lakefront Park. The event will feature free admission, free popcorn, contests, prize giveaways, and the showing of Spiderman: No Way Home on a 50-foot screen! Activities begin at 5:30 pm and the movie at sunset. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and a picnic-style dinner! The movie series is a partnership between KUA and the City of Kissimmee.

October 7 – The Rundown, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 8 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 8 – Hispanic Heritage Music and Art Festival, Buenaventura Lakes Branch Library, 405 Buenaventura Blvd, Kissimmee, 1 – 3PM, Highly skilled local artisans display their original art work, showcasing paintings, jewelry, and other unique hand craft items in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Cultural entertainment and light refreshments will round out the day.

October 8 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

October 8 – Speed Limit 70, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 9 – 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.

October 9 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 9 – Layla Brisbois, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 10 - 16

October 11 – Thomas Watkins, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 12 – Maker’s Cafe: Poison Apples, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 4 – 5PM, Tempt the taste buds of mischievous entities by creating a poison apple to ward off their malevolent intentions. Supplies provided.

October 12 – Daniel Pepin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 13 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 13 – 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.

October 13 – Allie Sawicki, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 14 – 16 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

🍁 October 14 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 14 – Tabasco, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 15 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 15 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

October 15 – Breast Cancer Awareness Car & Truck Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, All makes and models welcome. Entry fee: $30 VIP Blvd. Parking / $20 Show Car Lot Parking. Please print your paid admission ticket and present at entrance on day of show. 100% of proceeds go to breast cancer research. FREE admission for all spectators, friends, and family. Top 10 Trophy Awards, 50/50 Cash Raffle, and Driver/Spectator Raffle.

October 15 – Jaclyn Hayden, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 16 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 16 – School of Rock, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 1 – 5PM, Embassy Suites By Hilton™ Orlando Sunset Walk, The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando, and the Promenade at Sunset Walk proudly present School of Rock. Live, nonstop music featuring two bands from Central Florida: School of Rock Oviedo and School of Rock Orlando! Join us select months and support your future rock stars. FREE admission and parking. No outside food or beverage allowed.

October 16 – Rafael Rodriguez, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 17 - 23

October 18 – Ten Candles: A Horror Roleplaying Game, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 6 – 7PM, Immerse yourself in this tragic horror role-playing game in which the goal is not to survive, but to make those last hours count. Recommended for ages 18 and up.

October 18 – Tim Hamlin, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 19 – Jason Link, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

🍁 October 20 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 20 – 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.

October 20 – Gilly & The Girl, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 21 – 23 – Country Thunder Florida, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, Country Thunder Florida returns to Osceola Heritage Park, October 21 – 23, 2022 with performances from Chris Young, Morgan Wallen, Jason Aldean, and MORE!

October 21 – 23 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

October 21 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

🍁 October 21 – Oktoberfest in Celebration, Celebration Town Center, 701 Front Street, Celebration, 5:30 – 10PM, On October 21st and 22nd, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza.

October 21 – Thompson-Browne, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:30PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

🍁 October 22 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 22 – Murder Mystery Mayhem Presents: Horror at Homecoming, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 1 – 3PM, In a night filled with treachery, deception, betrayal, and murder, are you clever enough to survive the night?

October 22 – Show Car Saturday, 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.

🍁 October 22 – Oktoberfest in Celebration, Celebration Town Center, 701 Front Street, Celebration, 5:30 – 10PM, On October 21st and 22nd, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza.

October 22 – The Jason Link Experience, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 23 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 23 – Phil Bonanno, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 24 - 31

October 25 – Allie Sawicki, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 26 – Maker’s Café: Magic Potion Bottles, Hart Memorial Library & TechCentral, 211 E Dakin Ave, Kissimmee, 4 – 5PM, Brew your own concoctions to create potion bottles. Library not responsible for any magical mischief that may occur! Supplies provided.

October 26 – Fo’i Meleah, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 27 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 27 – 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.

October 27 – Karavan to the Keys, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7PM, Karavan to the Keys 2022 and Radio Trop Rock are coming to Promenade at Sunset Walk! Presented by the all new Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando™ Sunset Walk and The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando. Come enjoy a night of FREE live music featuring some of the Best Trop Rockers: Donny Brewer, Mike Nash, John Patti, Bill Cockrell & The Aquaholics. Hosted By JD Spradlin of Radio Margaritaville.

October 28 – 30 – Meet a Mermaid!, SEA LIFE Orlando, 8449 International Drive, Orlando, 11:30AM – 6:30PM, Come face-to-fin with a real mermaid during this limited time event! Watch in wonder as they swim amongst stingrays, sea turtles, and tropical fish, meet and snap a photo with a mermaid on land, and create memories that will last a lifetime! See our mermaids dive in the Atlantic Ocean habitat from 11:30am-1pm, 2pm-4pm, and 5-6:30pm and meet a mermaid in our mermaid grotto from 11:30am-6:30pm!

October 28 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 4 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 28 – The Layla Brisbois Band, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 7 – 11:15PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

October 28 – Myriam Hernandez in Concert, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, 8PM, Come dance, sing, and enjoy the romantic ballads of Chilean singer-songwriter, Myriam Hernández at the Silver Spurs Arena.

🍁 October 29 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 11PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

🎃 October 29 – Trunk or Treat Car Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, 3rd annual Promenade at Sunset Walk Halloween Kids’ Trick-or-Treating and Car & Truck Show, presented by the all new Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando™ Sunset Walk and The Residences at Margaritaville Resort Orlando. Live music, street performers, over 2 dozen candy locations, 24 unique restaurants and shops. FREE admission. Outdoor event. FREE parking. All ages, pet friendly. Participating show cars and trucks will also be distributing treats and competing for the top 3 best Halloween-themed rides!

October 29 – Myriam Hernandez in Concert, Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, 8PM, Come dance, sing, and enjoy the romantic ballads of Chilean singer-songwriter, Myriam Hernández at the Silver Spurs Arena.

🍁 October 30 – Krush Brau Park presents Oktoberfest, 4580 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, 12 – 8PM, Central Florida’s best Oktoberfest is here! Come party with us with German beer, food, contests and more! General Admission Tickets: $5, VIP Individual Tickets:$50, VIP Group Tickets: $500

October 30 – Rafael Rodriguez, Promenade Plaza Stage, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 6 – 10PM, Join us at the Promenade Plaza Stage as the very best live regional artists perform an eclectic mix of cover and original music including all genres from rock ’n’ roll, country, Latin, reggae, top 40, and more.

Things to do in Lake Mary/Sanford

October 1 – Oakmonte Village 5K Fun Run/Walk, 1001 Royal Gardens Circle, Lake Mary, 7:30AM, Sign up today for the 8th Annual Oakmonte Village 5k Fun Run/Walk. This 5K run/walk is to help bring awareness and provide support to Dementia Resource Center. Come out to beautiful Oakmonte Village and run or walk and support the cause.

October 2 – Florida Breast Cancer Foundation Race 2 Cure 5k and Tribute Walk, Fort Mellon Park, 600 E. 1st Street, Sanford, 7AM – 12PM, The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation (FBCF) Race 2 Cure presented by FFVA Mutual and FBCF Tribute Walk are held to raise funds for cancer research. This event is organized by the Orlando Sports Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer.  The FBCF Race 2 Cure offers several options for 2022! Participants can run or walk the 5k in-person on race day or run on their own time virtually! The race also offers a Tribute Walk presented by the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation to honor those who have passed and currently fighting cancer.

October 4 – National Night Out, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 5 – 8PM, National Night Out 2022 is coming back to a Lake Mary Central Park near you on Tuesday, October 4th 5-8pm. National Night Out is an annual, centralized event open to the public. The event is designed to strengthen our community by creating stronger relationships between our citizens, businesses and local law enforcement. This event gives Lake Mary Police Officers the opportunity to meet with the community they serve and protect daily. The event will have demonstrations and displays from various divisions withing the Police and Fire Departments. Come join our Lake Mary Police Department for a night of fun for the whole family featuring displays from the Police and Fire Departments, inflatable games, activities, raffles, face painting, scavenger hunt, food trucks, local sponsors and more! Each year, the proceeds from the event are given to a local charity. This year we have selected the Lake Mary HEROS Foundation, a local 501(c)(3) charity within Seminole County. For more information on how to become a sponsor please email [email protected] or 407-585-1305.

October 5 – WineArt Marketplace, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 5:30 – 8:30PM, This monthly event is in Central Park and better than ever with food trucks, local artisans, live entertainment in the Gazebo, and refreshing craft adult beverages in the River City Beer & Wine Garden. The event is free to attend but get ready to purchase some delicious food, craft drinks, or maybe even bring home a piece of art! Parking is complimentary along 4th Street and Lakeview Avenue, with additional lots behind both streets. Ride the Sunrail and have just a few blocks to walk to Central Park!

October 8 – The Fast and The Furriest 5K Run, Sanford Brewing Company, 400 Sanford Ave., Sanford,  7AM, A fun run/walk for people & their dog to raise money to save animals through spay and neuter.
There are several options for participating! The Fast and The Furriest 5k is:
-First, a chip-timed race for runners.
-Walkers are welcome too!
-A fun run/walk for people & their dog(s) (Walkers & people with dogs begin after the runners.)
-A virtual run! (You’ll get a t-shirt & the good deed of participating without getting up early!)

October 9 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Downtown Sanford, 1 – 6PM, The Sanford Food Truck Fiesta is now on every 2nd SUNDAY 1-6pm! Come out and enjoy the brick-lined streets of beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford for our monthly Sanford Food Truck Fiesta event! Grab some amazing food from 30+ of Orlando area’s top food trucks, 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.

🍁 October 12 – Teen Great Pumpkin Paint-Off, Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 5PM, Paint a pumpkin to look like a children’s book character. Pumpkins will be displayed throughout the library in a scavenger hunt for kids! The teen who paints the most popular pumpkin receives a treat! Ages 13 – 18.

🍁 October 13 – Spooky Stuffed Animal Sleepover Following s Bedtime Storytime Program, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd., Lake Mary, 6 – 7PM, Children should bring a favorite stuffed animal friend to Spooky Bedtime Storytime! Afterward, children will tuck their stuffed animal friends in and leave them overnight for the Spooky Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Families can return to the library after 12PM the next day to pickup their stuffed animal friends, along with a photo memory book of their stuffed animal’s spooky overnight adventures. Pre-registration required.

October 13 – Alive After 5 Street Party, Downtown Sanford, 5 – 9PM, Central Florida’s longest monthly street festival! Festival goers come to celebrate the community and local artistry, and to partake in an evening of music, food, craft beer, and shopping.

🍁 October 14 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford,  6 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

🍁 October 15 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford,  12 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

🍁 October 16 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford, 12 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

October 17 – Harry Potter Trivia Night, Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join us for Family Harry Potter Trivia Night at the Northwest Branch! Calling all muggles, witches, and wizards! Come compete with other Potterheads in a fun game of trivia and win prizes! Feel free to dress in your favorite HP-themed costume. FREE. For the Whole Family. No Registration Required. 

October 20 – Sanford Art & Jazz Night, Downtown Sanford, 6 – 9PM, The Sanford Art & Jazz Night which is held every 3rd Thursday of the month, is the product of Historic Downtown Sanford’s thriving arts & live music community. Stroll the brick-lined streets and visit all participating venues, all within a comfortable walking distance from one another! Enjoy art, live jazz music and community with no cover charge. To see participating venues and lineup for that night, please visit the Facebook page and event.

October 22 – Seminole County Guided Hikes: Morning Birding Hike, Lake Jesup Wilderness Area, 5951 Sanford Ave., Sanford, 7:30 – 9:30AM, This birding hike is hosted by the Seminole Audubon Society. Learn how to spot birds by sight and sound, end the hike enjoying breathtaking views on the observation deck overlooking the floodplain. $3 per person.

🍁 October 22 – Fall Festival (drop in), Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 11AM – 3PM, For children 3-7 years and families: Drop in for a fall celebration! Craft activities include mosaic pumpkins, paper turkeys, fall bookmarks, skeleton masks, and mandalas. There will be a variety of games to play throughout the library too!

October 22 – 5th Annual Sanford Jazz in the Park Music Festival, Centennial Park, 400 S Park Ave, Sanford, Join us on October 22nd, 2-7pm for the 5th Annual Sanford Jazz in the Park Music Festival – a free community event in Centennial Park! Enjoy some of the best local jazz bands in a beautiful park setting featuring food trucks, craft beer, cocktails, vendors, artisans and lots of family-friendly community fun! This music festival is presented by Ladies 327 in association with Historic Downtown Sanford.

October 22 – Sanford Avenue Block Party, Sanford Avenue, Sanford, 5 – 10PM, The Sanford Avenue Merchants present the Sanford Avenue Block Party on every 4th Saturday. Block closure is from 4th to 5th Street featuring live music, vendors, craft beer, great food, cocktails, wine and fun.

🎃 October 23 – Zoo Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 9AM – 3PM, Trick-or-Treat at the Wildest Place in town! Zoo Boo Bash is the perfect way for children and families to safely show off those Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat while enjoying the fun of the Zoo. The Zoo will have plenty of not-so-scary decorations and activities, including trick-or-treat stations. Costumes are encouraged for all guests. All activities are included with Zoo admission. Annual Pass Holders should note this is a blackout date but special discounted event admission for Annual Pass Holders can be purchased here for $5 per individual named on their valid annual pass card.

🎃 October 27 – Halloween Party at My Gym Lake Mary – Ages 0-4, 3581 Lake Emma Rd, Lake Mary, 12:45PM, Children will have a blast playing My Gym Halloween games, trick-or-treating, and exploring the gym. Additionally, each child will receive a voucher for a FREE Firehouse Subs kids’ meal! RSVP and payment in advance are required to guarantee admission. No refunds. If you need to switch to a different party time, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance to check availability. Please make sure that costumes are safe for climbing equipment, playing, etc.

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Spooktacular, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 4 – 8PM, Trick-or-Treating: 4:00 pm – 6:45 pm; Movie in the Park: 6:45pm-8:00 pm approx.

October 30 – Zoo Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 9AM – 3PM, Trick-or-Treat at the Wildest Place in town! Zoo Boo Bash is the perfect way for children and families to safely show off those Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat while enjoying the fun of the Zoo. The Zoo will have plenty of not-so-scary decorations and activities, including trick-or-treat stations. Costumes are encouraged for all guests. All activities are included with Zoo admission. Annual Pass Holders should note this is a blackout date but special discounted event admission for Annual Pass Holders can be purchased here for $5 per individual named on their valid annual pass card.

October 30 – Orlando Sanford International Air Show, 1200 Red Cleveland Blvd., Sanford, 9AM – 4PM, The @AirDotShow Live Tour returns to Orlando when the Orlando Air & Space Show soars over Orlando Sanford Int’l Airport on October 29-30 featuring the Air Force Thunderbirds!

🎃 October 30 – Fang-tastic Fest at Fort Mellon, 600 E. 1st Street, Sanford, 2 – 5PM, Load up your little ghosts and goblins and come celebrate the season with costume contests, carnival games, inflatables and sweet treats. . .if you dare.

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Visits at Spring Hills Assisted Living, 3655 West Lake Mary Blvd, Lake Mary, 10AM – 12PM, Our Assisted Living community would like to have children come and visit! Halloween/ Fall costume visits with Spring Hills Lake Mary. Treats and games for all! Please RSVP 407-688-1660 Andrea, Activity Director.

October 1-9

October 1 – Oakmonte Village 5K Fun Run/Walk, 1001 Royal Gardens Circle, Lake Mary, 7:30AM, Sign up today for the 8th Annual Oakmonte Village 5k Fun Run/Walk. This 5K run/walk is to help bring awareness and provide support to Dementia Resource Center. Come out to beautiful Oakmonte Village and run or walk and support the cause.

October 2 – Florida Breast Cancer Foundation Race 2 Cure 5k and Tribute Walk, Fort Mellon Park, 600 E. 1st Street, Sanford, 7AM – 12PM, The Florida Breast Cancer Foundation (FBCF) Race 2 Cure presented by FFVA Mutual and FBCF Tribute Walk are held to raise funds for cancer research. This event is organized by the Orlando Sports Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer.  The FBCF Race 2 Cure offers several options for 2022! Participants can run or walk the 5k in-person on race day or run on their own time virtually! The race also offers a Tribute Walk presented by the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation to honor those who have passed and currently fighting cancer.

October 4 – National Night Out, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 5 – 8PM, National Night Out 2022 is coming back to a Lake Mary Central Park near you on Tuesday, October 4th 5-8pm. National Night Out is an annual, centralized event open to the public. The event is designed to strengthen our community by creating stronger relationships between our citizens, businesses and local law enforcement. This event gives Lake Mary Police Officers the opportunity to meet with the community they serve and protect daily. The event will have demonstrations and displays from various divisions withing the Police and Fire Departments. Come join our Lake Mary Police Department for a night of fun for the whole family featuring displays from the Police and Fire Departments, inflatable games, activities, raffles, face painting, scavenger hunt, food trucks, local sponsors and more! Each year, the proceeds from the event are given to a local charity. This year we have selected the Lake Mary HEROS Foundation, a local 501(c)(3) charity within Seminole County. For more information on how to become a sponsor please email [email protected] or 407-585-1305.

October 5 – WineArt Marketplace, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 5:30 – 8:30PM, This monthly event is in Central Park and better than ever with food trucks, local artisans, live entertainment in the Gazebo, and refreshing craft adult beverages in the River City Beer & Wine Garden. The event is free to attend but get ready to purchase some delicious food, craft drinks, or maybe even bring home a piece of art! Parking is complimentary along 4th Street and Lakeview Avenue, with additional lots behind both streets. Ride the Sunrail and have just a few blocks to walk to Central Park!

October 8 – The Fast and The Furriest 5K Run, Sanford Brewing Company, 400 Sanford Ave., Sanford,  7AM, A fun run/walk for people & their dog to raise money to save animals through spay and neuter.
There are several options for participating! The Fast and The Furriest 5k is:
-First, a chip-timed race for runners.
-Walkers are welcome too!
-A fun run/walk for people & their dog(s) (Walkers & people with dogs begin after the runners.)
-A virtual run! (You’ll get a t-shirt & the good deed of participating without getting up early!)

October 9 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Downtown Sanford, 1 – 6PM, The Sanford Food Truck Fiesta is now on every 2nd SUNDAY 1-6pm! Come out and enjoy the brick-lined streets of beautiful Historic Downtown Sanford for our monthly Sanford Food Truck Fiesta event! Grab some amazing food from 30+ of Orlando area’s top food trucks, 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.

October 10 - 16

🍁 October 12 – Teen Great Pumpkin Paint-Off, Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 3:30 – 5PM, Paint a pumpkin to look like a children’s book character. Pumpkins will be displayed throughout the library in a scavenger hunt for kids! The teen who paints the most popular pumpkin receives a treat! Ages 13 – 18.

🍁 October 13 – Spooky Stuffed Animal Sleepover Following s Bedtime Storytime Program, Northwest Branch Library, 580 Green Way Blvd., Lake Mary, 6 – 7PM, Children should bring a favorite stuffed animal friend to Spooky Bedtime Storytime! Afterward, children will tuck their stuffed animal friends in and leave them overnight for the Spooky Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Families can return to the library after 12PM the next day to pickup their stuffed animal friends, along with a photo memory book of their stuffed animal’s spooky overnight adventures. Pre-registration required.

October 13 – Alive After 5 Street Party, Downtown Sanford, 5 – 9PM, Central Florida’s longest monthly street festival! Festival goers come to celebrate the community and local artistry, and to partake in an evening of music, food, craft beer, and shopping.

🍁 October 14 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford,  6 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

🍁 October 15 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford,  12 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

🍁 October 16 – Hollerbach’s Oktoberfest, Sanford Civic Center, 401 E Seminole Blvd, Sanford, 12 – 10PM, Join us for our annual Oktoberfest, a festival celebrating German food, beer, music, dance, folk costumes, and of course Gemütlichkeit! This year the party is at the Sanford Civic Center again and surrounding streets, just a block away from our Willow Tree Café German restaurant!

October 17 - 23

October 17 – Harry Potter Trivia Night, Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Join us for Family Harry Potter Trivia Night at the Northwest Branch! Calling all muggles, witches, and wizards! Come compete with other Potterheads in a fun game of trivia and win prizes! Feel free to dress in your favorite HP-themed costume. FREE. For the Whole Family. No Registration Required. 

October 20 – Sanford Art & Jazz Night, Downtown Sanford, 6 – 9PM, The Sanford Art & Jazz Night which is held every 3rd Thursday of the month, is the product of Historic Downtown Sanford’s thriving arts & live music community. Stroll the brick-lined streets and visit all participating venues, all within a comfortable walking distance from one another! Enjoy art, live jazz music and community with no cover charge. To see participating venues and lineup for that night, please visit the Facebook page and event.

October 22 – Seminole County Guided Hikes: Morning Birding Hike, Lake Jesup Wilderness Area, 5951 Sanford Ave., Sanford, 7:30 – 9:30AM, This birding hike is hosted by the Seminole Audubon Society. Learn how to spot birds by sight and sound, end the hike enjoying breathtaking views on the observation deck overlooking the floodplain. $3 per person.

🍁 October 22 – Fall Festival (drop in), Northwest Branch Seminole County Library, 580 Green Way Blvd, Lake Mary, 11AM – 3PM, For children 3-7 years and families: Drop in for a fall celebration! Craft activities include mosaic pumpkins, paper turkeys, fall bookmarks, skeleton masks, and mandalas. There will be a variety of games to play throughout the library too!

October 22 – 5th Annual Sanford Jazz in the Park Music Festival, Centennial Park, 400 S Park Ave, Sanford, Join us on October 22nd, 2-7pm for the 5th Annual Sanford Jazz in the Park Music Festival – a free community event in Centennial Park! Enjoy some of the best local jazz bands in a beautiful park setting featuring food trucks, craft beer, cocktails, vendors, artisans and lots of family-friendly community fun! This music festival is presented by Ladies 327 in association with Historic Downtown Sanford.

October 22 – Sanford Avenue Block Party, Sanford Avenue, Sanford, 5 – 10PM, The Sanford Avenue Merchants present the Sanford Avenue Block Party on every 4th Saturday. Block closure is from 4th to 5th Street featuring live music, vendors, craft beer, great food, cocktails, wine and fun.

🎃 October 23 – Zoo Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 9AM – 3PM, Trick-or-Treat at the Wildest Place in town! Zoo Boo Bash is the perfect way for children and families to safely show off those Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat while enjoying the fun of the Zoo. The Zoo will have plenty of not-so-scary decorations and activities, including trick-or-treat stations. Costumes are encouraged for all guests. All activities are included with Zoo admission. Annual Pass Holders should note this is a blackout date but special discounted event admission for Annual Pass Holders can be purchased here for $5 per individual named on their valid annual pass card.

October 24 - 31

🎃 October 27 – Halloween Party at My Gym Lake Mary – Ages 0-4, 3581 Lake Emma Rd, Lake Mary, 12:45PM, Children will have a blast playing My Gym Halloween games, trick-or-treating, and exploring the gym. Additionally, each child will receive a voucher for a FREE Firehouse Subs kids’ meal! RSVP and payment in advance are required to guarantee admission. No refunds. If you need to switch to a different party time, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance to check availability. Please make sure that costumes are safe for climbing equipment, playing, etc.

🎃 October 29 – Halloween Spooktacular, Central Park, 100 N. Country Club Rd., Lake Mary, 4 – 8PM, Trick-or-Treating: 4:00 pm – 6:45 pm; Movie in the Park: 6:45pm-8:00 pm approx.

October 30 – Zoo Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo, 3755 NW Hwy 17-92, Sanford, 9AM – 3PM, Trick-or-Treat at the Wildest Place in town! Zoo Boo Bash is the perfect way for children and families to safely show off those Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat while enjoying the fun of the Zoo. The Zoo will have plenty of not-so-scary decorations and activities, including trick-or-treat stations. Costumes are encouraged for all guests. All activities are included with Zoo admission. Annual Pass Holders should note this is a blackout date but special discounted event admission for Annual Pass Holders can be purchased here for $5 per individual named on their valid annual pass card.

October 30 – Orlando Sanford International Air Show, 1200 Red Cleveland Blvd., Sanford, 9AM – 4PM, The @AirDotShow Live Tour returns to Orlando when the Orlando Air & Space Show soars over Orlando Sanford Int’l Airport on October 29-30 featuring the Air Force Thunderbirds!

🎃 October 30 – Fang-tastic Fest at Fort Mellon, 600 E. 1st Street, Sanford, 2 – 5PM, Load up your little ghosts and goblins and come celebrate the season with costume contests, carnival games, inflatables and sweet treats. . .if you dare.

🎃 October 31 – Halloween Visits at Spring Hills Assisted Living, 3655 West Lake Mary Blvd, Lake Mary, 10AM – 12PM, Our Assisted Living community would like to have children come and visit! Halloween/ Fall costume visits with Spring Hills Lake Mary. Treats and games for all! Please RSVP 407-688-1660 Andrea, Activity Director.

Things to do in Oviedo/Winter Springs

October 1 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 4 – 2022 National Night Out, Center Lake Park, 299 Center Lake Lane, Oviedo, 6 – 8PM, Join the City of Oviedo and the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office for the 2022 National Night Out! There will be food and drinks; face painting; kids activities; bounce houses; DJ; vehicles and more!

🍁October 6 – Spooky Excavation Exploration, Seminole County Public Library – Central Branch, 215 N Oxford Rd., Casselberry, 4 – 5PM, Explore fossils and excavation! Children’s librarians will share spooky stories and themed science experiments. Then you can try some fossil excavation of your own! What will you dig up? For kids ages 3 – 7 and their families. Pre-registration required.

October 7 – It’s A Fancy Nancy Tea Party!, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 3PM, There’s no school today, so join us at the East Branch Library (Oveido) in your fanciest outfit! We’ll enjoy a Fancy Nancy story time along with themed crafts, activities and refreshments.

October 8 – Oviedo Cars and Coffee, 7131 Red Bug Lake Rd., Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Every month on the second Saturday. Open to ALL Years, Makes and Models. Come hang out with other car enthusiasts at the Oviedo Rock & Brews huge parking lot. Grab a free cup of coffee by the entrance. Opening early for Brunch, pet friendly, outdoor seating. Please, No alcohol in parking lot, No reckless driving. Oviedo Cars and Coffee shirts for sale inside restaurant.

October 8 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 15 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 15 & 16 – Winter Springs Festival Of The Arts 2022, Tuscawilla & Blumberg Blvd., 1160 Tuscawilla Rd., Winter Springs, 10AM – 5PM, The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winter Springs proudly produce and host the Winter Springs Festival of the Arts (WSFOTA). The 15th Annual WSFOTA will take place Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm on beautiful Blumberg Blvd. in the Winter Springs Town Center. This is an opportunity to enjoy award-winning art, meet the artists, savor delicious food & craft beers, enjoy rockin’ entertainment, and let your kids explore their artistic talents in the kid’s crafts area! Admission is FREE! Business and food vendor spaces are available using the website below.

🎃 October 16 – Halloween Craft at Green Acres Farm, 1700 Marsh Street, Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Join us for a fun, outdoor craft event at the farm (our small family homestead)! We will be making popsicle stick Halloween bookmarks. We will have all the supplies, including popsicle sticks, foam Halloween stickers, markers, glue, googly eyes, and more. So, just bring your kiddos and come on out for some fun – anytime between 9am and 12pm, but make sure you leave time to visit with our friendly farm animals.
The price is $10 per child. You can pay cash when you get here or pre-purchase tickets through Eventbrite. We do not accept credit at the farm.

October 16 – Winter Springs ARToberFest, Winter Springs Town Center, Blumberg Blvd, Winter Springs, 10AM – 5PM, The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winter Springs proudly produce and host the Winter Springs Festival of the Arts (WSFOTA). This is an opportunity to enjoy award winning art, meet the artists, savor delicious food & craft beers, enjoy rockin’ entertainment, and let your kids explore their artistic talents in the kids crafts area!

October 22 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 27 – Story Walk @ Red Bug Lake Park Featuring “The Leaf Thief” by Alice Hemmings, 3600 Red Bug Lake Rd, Casselberry, 2 – 3:30PM, Free. For Families. Join the Children’s Librarians at the park on October 27th from 2:00 to 3:30pm! Travel around the park to read the story The Leaf Thief by Alice Hemming, page by page. Afterwards, join us at Pavilion A to make a fun autumn themed craft! NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

October 29 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

🍁October 29 – Hometown Harvest, Central Winds Park, 1000 Central Winds Dr., Winter Springs, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Celebrate Fall at our 16th annual Hometown Harvest presented by Orlando Health! From FREE hayrides to live musical performances, this event hosts a large collection of fun activities. Various vendors will be available with food, drink, and other goods. Kids can enjoy bounce houses and pumpkin painting.

October 29 – National Night Out Central Winds Park, 1000 Central Winds Dr., Winter Springs, 5 – 9PM, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police and community partnerships that enhance community safety and provides a great opportunity to bring police and citizens together under positive circumstances. Stop by the Winter Springs Police Department tent at Hometown Harvest and learn about our programs in your community, such as House Checks, Police Explorer Program, Citizens on Patrol, and much more! Meet some of your local heroes and speak with officers from various divisions.

🎃 October 30 – Villians Hollow: An Enchanted Halloween at Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd., Oviedo, 2 – 8PM, Sunshine State Character Company presents an Enchanted Halloween event this October! Children and family, join your favorite characters in Villain’s Hollow for an afternoon of song and dance, activities and trick-or-treating.

🎃 October 30 – Community Church Cars, Kids and Candy Trunk or Treat, 4921 S US Highway 17/92, Casselberry, 3 – 6PM, Happy Halloween! Special Trunk or Treat Show. Bring candy and dress up!
This Event is FREE for all, and open to all years, makes, and models cars and trucks. Cars, Kids and Candy ! This is a family friendly community Trunk or Treat event. There will be food, crafts, a costume parade, bounce houses, and lots of candy. Children and Adults are welcome to wear their favorite costume and enjoy the night.

October 30 – Winter Springs Performing Arts Presents Clue: School Edition, 1425 Tuskawilla Road #145, Winter Springs, 7PM, It’s a dark and stormy night, and you’ve been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well … dead. So whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist. Cost is $14.

🎃 October 31 – Mall-O-Ween at Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd., Oviedo, 4 – 6PM, We are excited to have you join us for a safe, fun, and sweet Mall-O-Ween Trick or Treat! Please enter the mall through the west entrance (located near O2B Kids). Trick or Treaters must have a bag or container for candy we will only place candy into bags or containers. We will be handing out bags at Precious Fine Jewelers while supplies last. PLEASE NOTE: This event is first come, first serve while supplies last. Registration is not a guarantee of participation.

October 1-9

October 1 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 4 – 2022 National Night Out, Center Lake Park, 299 Center Lake Lane, Oviedo, 6 – 8PM, Join the City of Oviedo and the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office for the 2022 National Night Out! There will be food and drinks; face painting; kids activities; bounce houses; DJ; vehicles and more!

🍁October 6 – Spooky Excavation Exploration, Seminole County Public Library – Central Branch, 215 N Oxford Rd., Casselberry, 4 – 5PM, Explore fossils and excavation! Children’s librarians will share spooky stories and themed science experiments. Then you can try some fossil excavation of your own! What will you dig up? For kids ages 3 – 7 and their families. Pre-registration required.

October 7 – It’s A Fancy Nancy Tea Party!, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 2 – 3PM, There’s no school today, so join us at the East Branch Library (Oveido) in your fanciest outfit! We’ll enjoy a Fancy Nancy story time along with themed crafts, activities and refreshments.

October 8 – Oviedo Cars and Coffee, 7131 Red Bug Lake Rd., Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Every month on the second Saturday. Open to ALL Years, Makes and Models. Come hang out with other car enthusiasts at the Oviedo Rock & Brews huge parking lot. Grab a free cup of coffee by the entrance. Opening early for Brunch, pet friendly, outdoor seating. Please, No alcohol in parking lot, No reckless driving. Oviedo Cars and Coffee shirts for sale inside restaurant.

October 8 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 10 - 16

October 15 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 15 & 16 – Winter Springs Festival Of The Arts 2022, Tuscawilla & Blumberg Blvd., 1160 Tuscawilla Rd., Winter Springs, 10AM – 5PM, The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winter Springs proudly produce and host the Winter Springs Festival of the Arts (WSFOTA). The 15th Annual WSFOTA will take place Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm on beautiful Blumberg Blvd. in the Winter Springs Town Center. This is an opportunity to enjoy award-winning art, meet the artists, savor delicious food & craft beers, enjoy rockin’ entertainment, and let your kids explore their artistic talents in the kid’s crafts area! Admission is FREE! Business and food vendor spaces are available using the website below.

🎃 October 16 – Halloween Craft at Green Acres Farm, 1700 Marsh Street, Oviedo, 9AM – 12PM, Join us for a fun, outdoor craft event at the farm (our small family homestead)! We will be making popsicle stick Halloween bookmarks. We will have all the supplies, including popsicle sticks, foam Halloween stickers, markers, glue, googly eyes, and more. So, just bring your kiddos and come on out for some fun – anytime between 9am and 12pm, but make sure you leave time to visit with our friendly farm animals.
The price is $10 per child. You can pay cash when you get here or pre-purchase tickets through Eventbrite. We do not accept credit at the farm.

October 16 – Winter Springs ARToberFest, Winter Springs Town Center, Blumberg Blvd, Winter Springs, 10AM – 5PM, The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Winter Springs proudly produce and host the Winter Springs Festival of the Arts (WSFOTA). This is an opportunity to enjoy award winning art, meet the artists, savor delicious food & craft beers, enjoy rockin’ entertainment, and let your kids explore their artistic talents in the kids crafts area!

October 17 - 23

October 22 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

October 24 - 31

October 27 – Story Walk @ Red Bug Lake Park Featuring “The Leaf Thief” by Alice Hemmings, 3600 Red Bug Lake Rd, Casselberry, 2 – 3:30PM, Free. For Families. Join the Children’s Librarians at the park on October 27th from 2:00 to 3:30pm! Travel around the park to read the story The Leaf Thief by Alice Hemming, page by page. Afterwards, join us at Pavilion A to make a fun autumn themed craft! NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

October 29 – Family Fitness Day at Rise N Grind Oviedo, 379 East Broadway Street #1007, Oviedo, 9 – 9:30AM, You are invited to join us every Saturday with your Child to experience the benefits of fitness, confidence and family bonding.

🍁October 29 – Hometown Harvest, Central Winds Park, 1000 Central Winds Dr., Winter Springs, 4:30 – 8:30PM, Celebrate Fall at our 16th annual Hometown Harvest presented by Orlando Health! From FREE hayrides to live musical performances, this event hosts a large collection of fun activities. Various vendors will be available with food, drink, and other goods. Kids can enjoy bounce houses and pumpkin painting.

October 29 – National Night Out Central Winds Park, 1000 Central Winds Dr., Winter Springs, 5 – 9PM, National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police and community partnerships that enhance community safety and provides a great opportunity to bring police and citizens together under positive circumstances. Stop by the Winter Springs Police Department tent at Hometown Harvest and learn about our programs in your community, such as House Checks, Police Explorer Program, Citizens on Patrol, and much more! Meet some of your local heroes and speak with officers from various divisions.

🎃 October 30 – Villians Hollow: An Enchanted Halloween at Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd., Oviedo, 2 – 8PM, Sunshine State Character Company presents an Enchanted Halloween event this October! Children and family, join your favorite characters in Villain’s Hollow for an afternoon of song and dance, activities and trick-or-treating.

🎃 October 30 – Community Church Cars, Kids and Candy Trunk or Treat, 4921 S US Highway 17/92, Casselberry, 3 – 6PM, Happy Halloween! Special Trunk or Treat Show. Bring candy and dress up!
This Event is FREE for all, and open to all years, makes, and models cars and trucks. Cars, Kids and Candy ! This is a family friendly community Trunk or Treat event. There will be food, crafts, a costume parade, bounce houses, and lots of candy. Children and Adults are welcome to wear their favorite costume and enjoy the night.

October 30 – Winter Springs Performing Arts Presents Clue: School Edition, 1425 Tuskawilla Road #145, Winter Springs, 7PM, It’s a dark and stormy night, and you’ve been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well … dead. So whodunnit? Join the iconic oddballs known as Scarlet, Plum, White, Green, Peacock, and Mustard as they race to find the murderer in Boddy Manor before the body count stacks up. Based on the cult classic film and the popular board game, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist. Cost is $14.

🎃 October 31 – Mall-O-Ween at Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd., Oviedo, 4 – 6PM, We are excited to have you join us for a safe, fun, and sweet Mall-O-Ween Trick or Treat! Please enter the mall through the west entrance (located near O2B Kids). Trick or Treaters must have a bag or container for candy we will only place candy into bags or containers. We will be handing out bags at Precious Fine Jewelers while supplies last. PLEASE NOTE: This event is first come, first serve while supplies last. Registration is not a guarantee of participation.

Things to do in Lake Nona/St. Cloud

October 1 – Community Health Fair, St. Cloud Civic Center, 3001 17th Street, St Cloud, 10AM – 2PM, Stay Fit and Stay Healthy! Join us on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the St. Cloud Civic Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for our free Community Health Fair. Participate in multiple health screenings, blood pressure check, cholesterol check, CPR demos, door prizes and much more! For more information, please contact St. Cloud Parks and Recreation at 407-957-7243.

🍁October 1 – Oktoberfest, Lake Nona Town Center, 2 – 11PM, Come for keep tapping, live music, seasonal draft beer and stein hoist competitions.

🍁October 2 – Oktoberfest, Lake Nona Town Center, 12 – 5PM, Come for keep tapping, live music, seasonal draft beer and stein hoist competitions.

October 7 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🍁October 8 & 9 – Fall Festival, The Ranch, 5452 Jones Rd., St Cloud, 10AM – 4PM, It’s Fall Ya’ll!
Join us at the Fall Festival at The Ranch in St. Cloud. On October 8 and 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., admission is $10 per person . We will have a crop maze, music, hay rides, kids zone, food trucks, local merchant vendors, pumpkin games, and much more! For more information please contact St. Cloud Parks and Recreation at 407-957-7243.

October 12 – Between the Covers: Addicted by Zane, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 7PM, Slip into a cozy conversation in this 18 and up, romance novel book club. Chat about your favorite romances and discuss this month’s reading selection that can be found on cloudLibrary. This month: Addicted by Zane

October 14 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

October 19 – Adult Movie Matinee, St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St, St Cloud, 12:30 – 2PM, The movie feature being shown is “Collateral Beauty” starring Will Smith, Edward Norton and Kate Winslet. This film is rated PG-13. When a successful New York ad executive suffers a personal tragedy and retreats from life, his friends devise a drastic plan to reach him before he loses everything. Pushing him to the very edge, they force him to confront the truth in surprising and profoundly human ways. From Oscar-winning director David Frankel, this thought-provoking drama explores how even the deepest tragedy can reveal moments of beauty, and how the constants of love, time and loss interlock in a life fully lived.

October 19 – Paint Night, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 7:30PM, Unlock your creativity each month by painting a masterpiece! Presented by local artist, Karen Robinson. Supplies provided. Registration required.

October 21 – Maker’s Café: Sugar Skull Doll, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10AM – 12PM, Honor a departed soul this season by creating a beautiful handmade sugar skull doll for el Dia de los Muertos. Supplies provided.

October 21 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🍁October 21 & 22 – Trail of Terror, Peghorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 Peghorn Way, St Cloud, 8 – 11PM, The Trail of Terror is going to the circus this year, join us at our FREAK SHOW! This annual event will take you on the haunted trail at Peghorn Nature Park. Admission is $10.00 per person. Warning: This event may be too scary for younger children.

🍁October 22 – Teens Beyond Limits: Teentober, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1:30 – 3PM, You want it, you got it! Teen programming created by TEENS! Discover new interests, acquire new skills, and make new friends at this ever-changing monthly program.

October 24 – 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. For the safety of donors and staff, face coverings must be worn to donate. If you do not have a face covering one will be provided. 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.

🎃 October 26 – Rhythm, Rhyme, & Not-So-Spooky Storytime, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10 – 10:30AM, Creep on in for a Halloween Not-So-Spooky storytime.  Make sure to wear your costume to receive a special “treat”!  Ages 2- 5 years old.

October 26 – 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. For the safety of donors and staff, face coverings must be worn to donate. If you do not have a face covering one will be provided. 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.

October 27 – Book Club: The Messy Lives of Book People by Phaedra Patrick, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 2 – 3PM, Enjoy a lively discussion of each month’s book selection.

October 28 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🎃October 29 – Trunk or Treat, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 10AM – 12PM, Join us for candy, prizes, costumes, music and more!

October 1-9

October 1 – Community Health Fair, St. Cloud Civic Center, 3001 17th Street, St Cloud, 10AM – 2PM, Stay Fit and Stay Healthy! Join us on Saturday, Oct. 1 at the St. Cloud Civic Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for our free Community Health Fair. Participate in multiple health screenings, blood pressure check, cholesterol check, CPR demos, door prizes and much more! For more information, please contact St. Cloud Parks and Recreation at 407-957-7243.

🍁October 1 – Oktoberfest, Lake Nona Town Center, 2 – 11PM, Come for keep tapping, live music, seasonal draft beer and stein hoist competitions.

🍁October 2 – Oktoberfest, Lake Nona Town Center, 12 – 5PM, Come for keep tapping, live music, seasonal draft beer and stein hoist competitions.

October 7 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🍁October 8 & 9 – Fall Festival, The Ranch, 5452 Jones Rd., St Cloud, 10AM – 4PM, It’s Fall Ya’ll!
Join us at the Fall Festival at The Ranch in St. Cloud. On October 8 and 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., admission is $10 per person . We will have a crop maze, music, hay rides, kids zone, food trucks, local merchant vendors, pumpkin games, and much more! For more information please contact St. Cloud Parks and Recreation at 407-957-7243.

October 10 - 16

October 12 – Between the Covers: Addicted by Zane, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 7PM, Slip into a cozy conversation in this 18 and up, romance novel book club. Chat about your favorite romances and discuss this month’s reading selection that can be found on cloudLibrary. This month: Addicted by Zane

October 14 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

October 17 - 23

October 19 – Adult Movie Matinee, St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St, St Cloud, 12:30 – 2PM, The movie feature being shown is “Collateral Beauty” starring Will Smith, Edward Norton and Kate Winslet. This film is rated PG-13. When a successful New York ad executive suffers a personal tragedy and retreats from life, his friends devise a drastic plan to reach him before he loses everything. Pushing him to the very edge, they force him to confront the truth in surprising and profoundly human ways. From Oscar-winning director David Frankel, this thought-provoking drama explores how even the deepest tragedy can reveal moments of beauty, and how the constants of love, time and loss interlock in a life fully lived.

October 19 – Paint Night, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6 – 7:30PM, Unlock your creativity each month by painting a masterpiece! Presented by local artist, Karen Robinson. Supplies provided. Registration required.

October 21 – Maker’s Café: Sugar Skull Doll, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10AM – 12PM, Honor a departed soul this season by creating a beautiful handmade sugar skull doll for el Dia de los Muertos. Supplies provided.

October 21 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🍁October 21 & 22 – Trail of Terror, Peghorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 Peghorn Way, St Cloud, 8 – 11PM, The Trail of Terror is going to the circus this year, join us at our FREAK SHOW! This annual event will take you on the haunted trail at Peghorn Nature Park. Admission is $10.00 per person. Warning: This event may be too scary for younger children.

🍁October 22 – Teens Beyond Limits: Teentober, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1:30 – 3PM, You want it, you got it! Teen programming created by TEENS! Discover new interests, acquire new skills, and make new friends at this ever-changing monthly program.

October 24 - 31

October 24 – 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. For the safety of donors and staff, face coverings must be worn to donate. If you do not have a face covering one will be provided. 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.

🎃 October 26 – Rhythm, Rhyme, & Not-So-Spooky Storytime, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10 – 10:30AM, Creep on in for a Halloween Not-So-Spooky storytime.  Make sure to wear your costume to receive a special “treat”!  Ages 2- 5 years old.

October 26 – 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. For the safety of donors and staff, face coverings must be worn to donate. If you do not have a face covering one will be provided. 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.

October 27 – Book Club: The Messy Lives of Book People by Phaedra Patrick, St. Cloud Library, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 2 – 3PM, Enjoy a lively discussion of each month’s book selection.

October 28 – Art After Dark, Lake Nona Town Center, 6900 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, 6-9pm, Perfectly nestled between Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen and Bosphorous Turkish Cuisine of Lake Nona, Art After Dark is a perfect evening out for the whole family. Enjoy a stroll through our Town Center as you explore hand crafted artisan products, and tasty cuisine. Be sure to grab a glass a wine, stay a while to enjoy the art displayed on our six story art installation, The Beacon. This three hour event kicks off at 6 PM and is open to the public.

🎃October 29 – Trunk or Treat, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 10AM – 12PM, Join us for candy, prizes, costumes, music and more!

Things to do in Mt. Dora/Deltona

October 1 – Crusin’ 4 St. Jude, Downtown Leesburg Towne Square, 401 W Magnolia St, Leesburg, 8AM – 4PM, This is the 11th year that the biker community has come together to raise money for St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The escorted ride by the LCSO will begin at AMVETS Post 1992 in Mt Dora with registration from 8am-10am. Registration is $10pp with all proceeds going to the St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Coffee and donuts will be available from 8am-10am. KSU at 10:30. Ride ends at Gator Harley-Davidson with live entertainment, vendors, food, full bar, 50/50 and raffles.

🍁October 1 – Fall in the Field, 20651 US Highway 441, Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, Music, food, and lots of great pumpkins…FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING RAIN OR SHINE…best Fall Show in the State!

October 11 – Toddler Tent or Treat, 40541 Roger Giles Road, Umatilla, 11AM – 1PM, Toddlers of Lake County is super excited to announce their fun event, hosted at our farm…Tuesday October 11th, 2022 From 11:00am to 1:00pm. Bring your children (5 and under). Meet / photos with Mickey Mouse, trick or treat~toddler friendly candy/snacks, kids get free lunch, food truck available for our adult friends, and enjoy Toddler activities. Come in Costume!

🍁October 1 – Plaid in the Park, Sunset Park Downtown Mount Dora, 230 W 4th Ave, Mt Dora, 3 – 9PM, Vendors Village Open 3pm to 9pm. Entertainment from 4pm-8pm.

🎃 October 1 – Dr. Grimley’s Haunted Trail, Sunsational Farms, 40541 Roger Giles Rd., Umatilla, 8 – 11PM, Survive Sarah’s pranks as you encounter gangs of clowns hindering your escape in this high-tech haunted tail experience, or watch friends and family get scared on over 60 high-res cameras from the scare came “safe zone” area. Fridays and Saturdays 8pm-11pm Sep 23rd to Oct 29th. The themed Music & Light pre-show starts at 7pm. Click the ticket link for details and discount advance tickets.
https://drgrimleyshauntedtrail.com/?c=farmFBevent
WARNING! Due to the intense nature of this haunt, parental discretion is advised. This haunted trail utilizes cutting edge technology with loud and sudden sounds, low lighting, strobe and moving light effects, fog and other disorienting effects, and sudden motions. This haunt contains mature subject matter. This is a walking trail and is completely outdoors and there are plenty of natural distractions and potentially harmful bugs, insects, critters, and other outdoor challenges. Please wear appropriate outdoor attire and closed toe shoes with socks. The entire haunt is monitored by cameras 24/7. DO NOT touch the actors or props. No climbing. No horseplay. No cursing. No smoking. No firearms. No weapons. No illegal substances or objects. We have the right to remove anyone from the property. There are no refunds. Do NOT enter the haunt if you have any of the following conditions: Medical Sensitivity to Strobe or Fog Effects, Claustrophobia or fear of small/tight spaces, Recent Surgery or Other Conditions that may be aggravated by this experience, You feel ill or have had a fever in the past 24 hours. WARNING Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96

🎃 October 1 – Camp Fear Reach Haunted Woods Experience, 1255 S Dora Blvd, Tavares, 8PM – 12AM, Camp Fear Reach Haunted Woods Experience is Lake County’s scariest Halloween event! Wind your way through “Camp Fear Reach” – if you dare! Our haunted woods walk at Far Reach Ranch is not for the faint of heart! You’ll find our creepy camp full of scary cabins, dark corners, zombie campers and other frightful surprises. Will you make it through Camp Fear Reach?! Tickets are $25 per person. Reservations recommended. Reserve your spot by selecting a date below. This attraction is more suitable for 16+ and older. Parental discretion is advised. DISCLAIMER: This event contains scary actors as well as lightning effects and moving props. Far Reach Ranch would also like to inform our guests that some of our sets may contain stage blood and might be visually gruesome to some. Please be advised that we do our best to keep debris from all walkways, but the haunt path is an uneven, wooded terrain and this event is a walking tour. Please wear appropriate clothing & closed toed shoes. Far Reach Ranch, its staff and volunteers are not responsible for any injuries sustained on this property or damage of any kind to clothing or any other property or belongings.

🍁 October 2 – Fall in the Field, Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center, 20651 US Highway 441, Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, Music, food, and lots of great pumpkins…FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING RAIN OR SHINE…best Fall Show in the State!

🍁October 7 – Fall Festival on the Farm, Amma’s Ark Petting Farm and Alpacas, 10AM – 1PM, Join Toddlers of Lake County while we celebrate Fall with Amma’s Ark!!!! Fairy hair, painting ceramics, food, and great company!!! Tickets sold at gate only!! $5/ General Admission (includes Petting and feeding animals), $5/ horse back ride, $5/ paint a ceramic cow, pig, or alpaca. Fairy Hair (cost per strand paid directly too Shine in the Sun). Food available from “I don’t care food truck” *Special TLC pricing.

October 16 – Fall Festival at Atwood Farm, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A , Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00)
The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

🍁 October 8 – Fall Extravaganza, 690 S Central Ave., Umatilla, 9AM – 4PM, Come on out for our Annual Fall Extravaganza  with Tons of Vendor’s Inside and Out. A Fun Day of Music, Food and Great Antiquin, Pickin and Junkin !!! The Party starts at 9am

🍁October 11 – Toddler Tent or Treat, 40541 Roger Giles Road, Umatilla, 11AM – 1PM, Toddlers of Lake County is super excited to announce their fun event, hosted at our farm…Tuesday October 11th, 2022 From 11:00am to 1:00pm. Bring your children (5 and under). Meet / photos with Mickey Mouse, trick or treat~toddler friendly candy/snacks, kids get free lunch, food truck available for our adult friends, and enjoy Toddler activities. Come in Costume!

🍁October 15 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Noche Latina/Latin Night is October 15.

🍁October 15 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 3 – 7PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🍁October 15 – Fall Festival at GraceWay, 10200 Morningside Dr., Leesburg, 4 – 6PM, Bring the family and celebrate Fall with us on Saturday, October 15th 4-6 PM at GraceWay Church! We’ll have fall photo ops, a bounce house, dunk tank, raffle prizes, carnival games, pie throwing, sweet treats, snacks and more! Join us for a fun evening, make new friends and celebrate Fall, y’all! For more information call 352.728.1620. Admission is free. See you there!

🎃 October 15 – Dr. Grimley’s Haunted Trail, Sunsational Farms, 40541 Roger Giles Rd., Umatilla, 8 – 11PM, Survive Sarah’s pranks as you encounter gangs of clowns hindering your escape in this high-tech haunted tail experience, or watch friends and family get scared on over 60 high-res cameras from the scare came “safe zone” area. Fridays and Saturdays 8pm-11pm Sep 23rd to Oct 29th. The themed Music & Light pre-show starts at 7pm. Click the ticket link for details and discount advance tickets.
https://drgrimleyshauntedtrail.com/?c=farmFBevent
WARNING! Due to the intense nature of this haunt, parental discretion is advised. This haunted trail utilizes cutting edge technology with loud and sudden sounds, low lighting, strobe and moving light effects, fog and other disorienting effects, and sudden motions. This haunt contains mature subject matter. This is a walking trail and is completely outdoors and there are plenty of natural distractions and potentially harmful bugs, insects, critters, and other outdoor challenges. Please wear appropriate outdoor attire and closed toe shoes with socks. The entire haunt is monitored by cameras 24/7. DO NOT touch the actors or props. No climbing. No horseplay. No cursing. No smoking. No firearms. No weapons. No illegal substances or objects. We have the right to remove anyone from the property. There are no refunds. Do NOT enter the haunt if you have any of the following conditions: Medical Sensitivity to Strobe or Fog Effects, Claustrophobia or fear of small/tight spaces, Recent Surgery or Other Conditions that may be aggravated by this experience, You feel ill or have had a fever in the past 24 hours. WARNING Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96

🍁October 16 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

October 20 – Mount Dora Art Stroll & Art in the Alley, 134 E 5th Ave, Mt Dora, 6 – 8PM, Homemade Happiness for Breakfast & Lunch. Welcome to Cody’s on 4th
Please Note: We will be closed for the Christmas Holiday on December 24th and 25th. Cody’s on 4th café features assorted coffees, homemade baked goods, fresh salads, hearty sandwiches, and beer, wine and champagne cocktails served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We are located in historic downtown Mount Dora, Florida. Come on in, relax and stay awhile!

🍁October 21 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 3 – 7PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🎃 October 21 – Haunted Halloween Maze, Lake Catherine Blueberries, 5849 Lake Catherine Rd., Groveland, 6 – 10PM, Are you afraid of the dark? Do you dare to enter our Haunted Halloween Maze? Last year, we told the tale of “Catherine’s Revenge.” Now experience “Catherine’s Nightmare.” 100 years of ghost stories about our farm and a little girl who disappeared a century ago. Beware: Those who enter may not survive. Parking and admission to the farm is complimentary. Additionally, we offer free photo opportunities with our vintage tractors and automobiles along with our children’s playground.

🍁October 22 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Country Night is October 22.

October 22 & 23 – 38th Annual Mount Dora Craft Fair, Downtown Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, More than 400 of the best exhibitors in the country come to Mount Dora to show & sell their fine art & fun crafts. Food, music, beer & wine tasting for adults and a free kid zone for the kids will round out the event. Sunshine Artist Magazine’s  #4 Ranked Event in 2019 and #2 in 2020 of their annual Best Classic/Contemporary Craft Festivals in America rankings, the Mount Dora Craft Festival was proud to earn the #1 spot in their 50th anniversary special ranking of ALL Time Favorite events in 2021.

🍁October 22 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🍁October 23 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🎃 October 29 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Family Friendly Halloween Night is October 29.

🎃 October 29 – Not-So-Scary-Halloween Weekend at Atwood Farms, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A, Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00). The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

🎃 October 30 – Not-So-Scary-Halloween Weekend at Atwood Farms, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A, Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00). The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

October 1-9

October 1 – Crusin’ 4 St. Jude, Downtown Leesburg Towne Square, 401 W Magnolia St, Leesburg, 8AM – 4PM, This is the 11th year that the biker community has come together to raise money for St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The escorted ride by the LCSO will begin at AMVETS Post 1992 in Mt Dora with registration from 8am-10am. Registration is $10pp with all proceeds going to the St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Coffee and donuts will be available from 8am-10am. KSU at 10:30. Ride ends at Gator Harley-Davidson with live entertainment, vendors, food, full bar, 50/50 and raffles.

🍁October 1 – Fall in the Field, 20651 US Highway 441, Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, Music, food, and lots of great pumpkins…FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING RAIN OR SHINE…best Fall Show in the State!

October 11 – Toddler Tent or Treat, 40541 Roger Giles Road, Umatilla, 11AM – 1PM, Toddlers of Lake County is super excited to announce their fun event, hosted at our farm…Tuesday October 11th, 2022 From 11:00am to 1:00pm. Bring your children (5 and under). Meet / photos with Mickey Mouse, trick or treat~toddler friendly candy/snacks, kids get free lunch, food truck available for our adult friends, and enjoy Toddler activities. Come in Costume!

🍁October 1 – Plaid in the Park, Sunset Park Downtown Mount Dora, 230 W 4th Ave, Mt Dora, 3 – 9PM, Vendors Village Open 3pm to 9pm. Entertainment from 4pm-8pm.

🎃 October 1 – Dr. Grimley’s Haunted Trail, Sunsational Farms, 40541 Roger Giles Rd., Umatilla, 8 – 11PM, Survive Sarah’s pranks as you encounter gangs of clowns hindering your escape in this high-tech haunted tail experience, or watch friends and family get scared on over 60 high-res cameras from the scare came “safe zone” area. Fridays and Saturdays 8pm-11pm Sep 23rd to Oct 29th. The themed Music & Light pre-show starts at 7pm. Click the ticket link for details and discount advance tickets.
https://drgrimleyshauntedtrail.com/?c=farmFBevent
WARNING! Due to the intense nature of this haunt, parental discretion is advised. This haunted trail utilizes cutting edge technology with loud and sudden sounds, low lighting, strobe and moving light effects, fog and other disorienting effects, and sudden motions. This haunt contains mature subject matter. This is a walking trail and is completely outdoors and there are plenty of natural distractions and potentially harmful bugs, insects, critters, and other outdoor challenges. Please wear appropriate outdoor attire and closed toe shoes with socks. The entire haunt is monitored by cameras 24/7. DO NOT touch the actors or props. No climbing. No horseplay. No cursing. No smoking. No firearms. No weapons. No illegal substances or objects. We have the right to remove anyone from the property. There are no refunds. Do NOT enter the haunt if you have any of the following conditions: Medical Sensitivity to Strobe or Fog Effects, Claustrophobia or fear of small/tight spaces, Recent Surgery or Other Conditions that may be aggravated by this experience, You feel ill or have had a fever in the past 24 hours. WARNING Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96

🎃 October 1 – Camp Fear Reach Haunted Woods Experience, 1255 S Dora Blvd, Tavares, 8PM – 12AM, Camp Fear Reach Haunted Woods Experience is Lake County’s scariest Halloween event! Wind your way through “Camp Fear Reach” – if you dare! Our haunted woods walk at Far Reach Ranch is not for the faint of heart! You’ll find our creepy camp full of scary cabins, dark corners, zombie campers and other frightful surprises. Will you make it through Camp Fear Reach?! Tickets are $25 per person. Reservations recommended. Reserve your spot by selecting a date below. This attraction is more suitable for 16+ and older. Parental discretion is advised. DISCLAIMER: This event contains scary actors as well as lightning effects and moving props. Far Reach Ranch would also like to inform our guests that some of our sets may contain stage blood and might be visually gruesome to some. Please be advised that we do our best to keep debris from all walkways, but the haunt path is an uneven, wooded terrain and this event is a walking tour. Please wear appropriate clothing & closed toed shoes. Far Reach Ranch, its staff and volunteers are not responsible for any injuries sustained on this property or damage of any kind to clothing or any other property or belongings.

🍁 October 2 – Fall in the Field, Renningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center, 20651 US Highway 441, Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, Music, food, and lots of great pumpkins…FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING RAIN OR SHINE…best Fall Show in the State!

🍁October 7 – Fall Festival on the Farm, Amma’s Ark Petting Farm and Alpacas, 10AM – 1PM, Join Toddlers of Lake County while we celebrate Fall with Amma’s Ark!!!! Fairy hair, painting ceramics, food, and great company!!! Tickets sold at gate only!! $5/ General Admission (includes Petting and feeding animals), $5/ horse back ride, $5/ paint a ceramic cow, pig, or alpaca. Fairy Hair (cost per strand paid directly too Shine in the Sun). Food available from “I don’t care food truck” *Special TLC pricing.

October 16 – Fall Festival at Atwood Farm, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A , Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00)
The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

🍁 October 8 – Fall Extravaganza, 690 S Central Ave., Umatilla, 9AM – 4PM, Come on out for our Annual Fall Extravaganza  with Tons of Vendor’s Inside and Out. A Fun Day of Music, Food and Great Antiquin, Pickin and Junkin !!! The Party starts at 9am

October 10 - 16

🍁October 11 – Toddler Tent or Treat, 40541 Roger Giles Road, Umatilla, 11AM – 1PM, Toddlers of Lake County is super excited to announce their fun event, hosted at our farm…Tuesday October 11th, 2022 From 11:00am to 1:00pm. Bring your children (5 and under). Meet / photos with Mickey Mouse, trick or treat~toddler friendly candy/snacks, kids get free lunch, food truck available for our adult friends, and enjoy Toddler activities. Come in Costume!

🍁October 15 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Noche Latina/Latin Night is October 15.

🍁October 15 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 3 – 7PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🍁October 15 – Fall Festival at GraceWay, 10200 Morningside Dr., Leesburg, 4 – 6PM, Bring the family and celebrate Fall with us on Saturday, October 15th 4-6 PM at GraceWay Church! We’ll have fall photo ops, a bounce house, dunk tank, raffle prizes, carnival games, pie throwing, sweet treats, snacks and more! Join us for a fun evening, make new friends and celebrate Fall, y’all! For more information call 352.728.1620. Admission is free. See you there!

🎃 October 15 – Dr. Grimley’s Haunted Trail, Sunsational Farms, 40541 Roger Giles Rd., Umatilla, 8 – 11PM, Survive Sarah’s pranks as you encounter gangs of clowns hindering your escape in this high-tech haunted tail experience, or watch friends and family get scared on over 60 high-res cameras from the scare came “safe zone” area. Fridays and Saturdays 8pm-11pm Sep 23rd to Oct 29th. The themed Music & Light pre-show starts at 7pm. Click the ticket link for details and discount advance tickets.
https://drgrimleyshauntedtrail.com/?c=farmFBevent
WARNING! Due to the intense nature of this haunt, parental discretion is advised. This haunted trail utilizes cutting edge technology with loud and sudden sounds, low lighting, strobe and moving light effects, fog and other disorienting effects, and sudden motions. This haunt contains mature subject matter. This is a walking trail and is completely outdoors and there are plenty of natural distractions and potentially harmful bugs, insects, critters, and other outdoor challenges. Please wear appropriate outdoor attire and closed toe shoes with socks. The entire haunt is monitored by cameras 24/7. DO NOT touch the actors or props. No climbing. No horseplay. No cursing. No smoking. No firearms. No weapons. No illegal substances or objects. We have the right to remove anyone from the property. There are no refunds. Do NOT enter the haunt if you have any of the following conditions: Medical Sensitivity to Strobe or Fog Effects, Claustrophobia or fear of small/tight spaces, Recent Surgery or Other Conditions that may be aggravated by this experience, You feel ill or have had a fever in the past 24 hours. WARNING Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96

🍁October 16 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

October 17 - 23

October 20 – Mount Dora Art Stroll & Art in the Alley, 134 E 5th Ave, Mt Dora, 6 – 8PM, Homemade Happiness for Breakfast & Lunch. Welcome to Cody’s on 4th
Please Note: We will be closed for the Christmas Holiday on December 24th and 25th. Cody’s on 4th café features assorted coffees, homemade baked goods, fresh salads, hearty sandwiches, and beer, wine and champagne cocktails served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. We are located in historic downtown Mount Dora, Florida. Come on in, relax and stay awhile!

🍁October 21 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 3 – 7PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🎃 October 21 – Haunted Halloween Maze, Lake Catherine Blueberries, 5849 Lake Catherine Rd., Groveland, 6 – 10PM, Are you afraid of the dark? Do you dare to enter our Haunted Halloween Maze? Last year, we told the tale of “Catherine’s Revenge.” Now experience “Catherine’s Nightmare.” 100 years of ghost stories about our farm and a little girl who disappeared a century ago. Beware: Those who enter may not survive. Parking and admission to the farm is complimentary. Additionally, we offer free photo opportunities with our vintage tractors and automobiles along with our children’s playground.

🍁October 22 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Country Night is October 22.

October 22 & 23 – 38th Annual Mount Dora Craft Fair, Downtown Mount Dora, 9AM – 5PM, More than 400 of the best exhibitors in the country come to Mount Dora to show & sell their fine art & fun crafts. Food, music, beer & wine tasting for adults and a free kid zone for the kids will round out the event. Sunshine Artist Magazine’s  #4 Ranked Event in 2019 and #2 in 2020 of their annual Best Classic/Contemporary Craft Festivals in America rankings, the Mount Dora Craft Festival was proud to earn the #1 spot in their 50th anniversary special ranking of ALL Time Favorite events in 2021.

🍁October 22 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

🍁October 23 – Bountiful Farms Fall Festival, Bountiful Farms, 27314 County Rd 33, Okahumpka, 9AM – 2PM,  Join us for our very first annual Fall Festival! Visit the pumpkin patch (pumpkins available for sale). Browse craft vendors for unique finds. Kids activities include slide, bounce houses, fun maze, games & more! Visit the sunflower field for a photo op & stroll the nursery for fall and other plants available for sale. Admission is free for all. Ticket sales will be available for games, rides, food & sweets!

October 24 - 31

🎃 October 29 – Fall Festival & Corn Maze at Scott’s Maze Adventures, Long & Scott Farms, 26216 County Rd 448A, Mount Dora, Join us for our 19th annual corn maze, fall festival, and pumpkin patch! This year our theme is pirates. Get lost in our 6.5 acre corn maze! Jump on our huge jumping pillow, slide down our 60ft super slide, play on our giant castle-like playground, go fishing in the pond. Not ready to tackle so many acres in the big maze? Try out our 0.5 acre mini maze for a shorter journey into the corn, get your fortune, and learn about pirates. Family Friendly Halloween Night is October 29.

🎃 October 29 – Not-So-Scary-Halloween Weekend at Atwood Farms, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A, Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00). The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

🎃 October 30 – Not-So-Scary-Halloween Weekend at Atwood Farms, Atwood Family Farm, 36111 County Rd 44A, Eustis, 10AM – 7PM, All activities included in admission: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch (Pumpkins Available for Purchase), Pumpkin Painting, Wagon Ride, Access to Zinnia Field for Photo Ops & Picking (Zinnias Available for Purchase), 16×16 Spider Web, Jump Pads, Sand Tire Pit with Diggers, Playgrounds, Roller Bowler Skills, Game, Bubble Barn, Cow Train, Slide Hill, Gemstone Mining, Pay Dirt Option: 3lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Arrowhead Find: 3lb bag of dirt with arrowheads to find includes keepsake bag (price: $8.00), Lucky Strike: 5lb bag of dirt with gemstones to find includes ID card to identify gemstones and keepsake bag (price: $12.00). The Motherload: 10lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, and arrowheads includes 2 ID cards and 2 keepsake bags (price: $25.00), The Mega Strike: 20lb bag of dirt with gemstones, fossils, shark teeth, arrowheads, and extra-large specimen of Amethyst Druze includes 4 ID cards and 4 keepsake bags (price: $50.00).

Space Events

October 1 – 31 – 2022 Taste of Space: Fall Bites!, Taste of Space: Fall Bites! is back. From September 30 to November 6, 2022 come treat your taste buds to some fun new flavors at Orbit Cafe, Moon Rock Cafe and the brand new eatery, Space Bowl Bistro, inside Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex. This year’s new menu items include: Space Bowl Bistro: Cranberry Smoothie, Milky Way: Apple Blossom with Caramel Sauce, Orbit Cafe: Citrus Jell-O with Lemon Foam, Black Forest Cupcake, Cheesy Potato Casserole with Bratwurst, Chat with an Astronaut*: Beer Cheese Dip with Pretzel Moon Rock Cafe: Wisconsin Beer Cheese Soup with Bacon and Pretzel; Pumpkin Cheesecake. Sample any two menu items and be on the lookout for more details on our exclusive after-hours events: the 2nd annual Taste of Space Marstini Shake-Off on October 7, 2022 and an exciting, brand new event on November 4, 2022 (to be announced soon).

October 1 – 2 – Meet Astronaut Susan Kilrain, 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.

October 1 – 2 – 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.

October 3 – 6 – Meet Astronaut Don Thomas, 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.

October 7 – Taste of Space 2022 | Marstini Shake-Off, Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, 6:30 – 9PM, Come taste the flavors of the season with this years’ Taste of Space Marstini Shake-Off on October 7, 2022 at 6:30 PM. Start your Taste of Space journey by mingling with some of your favorite astronauts as you visit various culinary stations featuring a special fall menu. For the second year, local bars and restaurants will create their idea of a “Marstini” cocktail for our panel of judges. Judges will taste and select their favorite creation, and the restaurant with the winning recipe will receive bragging rights and a trophy they can proudly display in their establishment. Plus this year, they will also be eligible for the People’s Choice award. You can sample the evening’s Marstinis and talk to their creators about the backstory behind the cocktail. Take note of your favorite because you will be invited to vote virtually on your mobile device for the People’s Choice Award. Of course, you can also purchase full versions of any of the Marstinis created that evening. Additionally, Gateway’s new motion-theater ride, Spaceport KSC, will be open for this event and you can explore the “Red Planet.”

October 7 – 10 – 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.

October 10 – 2022 World Space Week Expo, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Join Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in participating in this year’s World Space Week, which is celebrating “space and sustainability”. On Monday, October 10, guests can step into the bottom of Space Shuttle Atlantis® to engage with NASA’s space and industry partners – including Sierra Space, ISS National Lab, Jacobs, Blue Origin and more – to hear about how they’re helping change the world as we know it. Plus, enjoy special presentations, vibrant displays, and educational hands-on activities all included with admission.

October 11 – 16 – 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.

October 13 – Launch Director Tour of Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, First tour 9:30am-12:30pm and second tour is 1:15-4:30pm, $75 in addition to daily admission, See space shuttle Atlantis with her last launch director, Mike Leinbach, and learn about the risks and rewards of the Space Shuttle Program from an insider. The 3-hour tour begins with a walking tour along the incredible spacecraft from nose to engines. Space is limited.

October 17 – 21 – Meet Astronaut Richard Hieb, 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.

October 20 – Launch Director Tour of Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, First tour 9:30am-12:30pm and second tour is 1:15-4:30pm, $75 in addition to daily admission, See space shuttle Atlantis with her last launch director, Mike Leinbach, and learn about the risks and rewards of the Space Shuttle Program from an insider. The 3-hour tour begins with a walking tour along the incredible spacecraft from nose to engines. Space is limited.

October 22 – 25 – Meet Astronaut Mark Lee, 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.

October 26 – 29 – 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.

October 30 – 31 – Meet Astronaut John 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.

October 1-9

October 1 – 31 – 2022 Taste of Space: Fall Bites!, Taste of Space: Fall Bites! is back. From September 30 to November 6, 2022 come treat your taste buds to some fun new flavors at Orbit Cafe, Moon Rock Cafe and the brand new eatery, Space Bowl Bistro, inside Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex. This year’s new menu items include: Space Bowl Bistro: Cranberry Smoothie, Milky Way: Apple Blossom with Caramel Sauce, Orbit Cafe: Citrus Jell-O with Lemon Foam, Black Forest Cupcake, Cheesy Potato Casserole with Bratwurst, Chat with an Astronaut*: Beer Cheese Dip with Pretzel Moon Rock Cafe: Wisconsin Beer Cheese Soup with Bacon and Pretzel; Pumpkin Cheesecake. Sample any two menu items and be on the lookout for more details on our exclusive after-hours events: the 2nd annual Taste of Space Marstini Shake-Off on October 7, 2022 and an exciting, brand new event on November 4, 2022 (to be announced soon).

October 1 – 2 – Meet Astronaut Susan Kilrain, 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.

October 1 – 2 – 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.

October 3 – 6 – Meet Astronaut Don Thomas, 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.

October 7 – Taste of Space 2022 | Marstini Shake-Off, Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, 6:30 – 9PM, Come taste the flavors of the season with this years’ Taste of Space Marstini Shake-Off on October 7, 2022 at 6:30 PM. Start your Taste of Space journey by mingling with some of your favorite astronauts as you visit various culinary stations featuring a special fall menu. For the second year, local bars and restaurants will create their idea of a “Marstini” cocktail for our panel of judges. Judges will taste and select their favorite creation, and the restaurant with the winning recipe will receive bragging rights and a trophy they can proudly display in their establishment. Plus this year, they will also be eligible for the People’s Choice award. You can sample the evening’s Marstinis and talk to their creators about the backstory behind the cocktail. Take note of your favorite because you will be invited to vote virtually on your mobile device for the People’s Choice Award. Of course, you can also purchase full versions of any of the Marstinis created that evening. Additionally, Gateway’s new motion-theater ride, Spaceport KSC, will be open for this event and you can explore the “Red Planet.”

October 7 – 10 – 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.

October 10 - 16

October 10 – 2022 World Space Week Expo, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Join Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in participating in this year’s World Space Week, which is celebrating “space and sustainability”. On Monday, October 10, guests can step into the bottom of Space Shuttle Atlantis® to engage with NASA’s space and industry partners – including Sierra Space, ISS National Lab, Jacobs, Blue Origin and more – to hear about how they’re helping change the world as we know it. Plus, enjoy special presentations, vibrant displays, and educational hands-on activities all included with admission.

October 11 – 16 – 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.

October 13 – Launch Director Tour of Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, First tour 9:30am-12:30pm and second tour is 1:15-4:30pm, $75 in addition to daily admission, See space shuttle Atlantis with her last launch director, Mike Leinbach, and learn about the risks and rewards of the Space Shuttle Program from an insider. The 3-hour tour begins with a walking tour along the incredible spacecraft from nose to engines. Space is limited.

October 17 - 23

October 17 – 21 – Meet Astronaut Richard Hieb, 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.

October 20 – Launch Director Tour of Space Shuttle Atlantis, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, First tour 9:30am-12:30pm and second tour is 1:15-4:30pm, $75 in addition to daily admission, See space shuttle Atlantis with her last launch director, Mike Leinbach, and learn about the risks and rewards of the Space Shuttle Program from an insider. The 3-hour tour begins with a walking tour along the incredible spacecraft from nose to engines. Space is limited.

October 22 – 25 – Meet Astronaut Mark Lee, 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.

October 24 - 31

October 26 – 29 – 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.

October 30 – 31 – Meet Astronaut John 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.

Rocket Launches

October 3 – NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5, Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center, 12:45PM, NASA and SpaceX will soon launch the fifth crewed mission to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP). The crew consists of NASA astronauts Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s (JAXA) Koichi Wakata, and Roscosmos cosmonaut Anna Kikina.

Theme Park Events

October 1 - 31 - EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, Disney’s EPCOT, Park open to close, Take a taste tour across 6 continents and more!

October 1 – DIS Con 2022’s EPCOT After Hours Party, 10:30PM – 12:30AM, EPCOT, We’re throwing a party in EPCOT and it’s going to be a night you don’t want to miss! Tickets can be purchased online. Party guests will have access to Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Test Track, and Mission SPACE, plus special desserts, entertainment, and character meet and greets.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Oktoberfest at Icon Park, Icon Park, Grab your favorite stein and best lederhosen, then head on over to Orlando’s top entertainment destination – ICON Park is hosting its first annual Oktoberfest celebration. Aligning itself with the famous Oktoberfest festival held each year in Munich, Germany, ICON Park will offer special beer, food and entertainment on Fridays from 5 to 10 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 2 to 10 p.m. starting Sept. 16 through Oct. 2. This celebration will be the perfect opportunity for families to spend time together while enjoying traditional experiences. Throughout the celebration, guests can get their fill of delicious German beers. Beer flights featuring four seasonal brews will be available at The Lawn Bar for $16. If you’re looking for a nice souvenir, a commemorative 32 oz glass stein filled to the brim with your favorite selection can be purchased for $22. Guests can even take a flight on their flight of The Wheel! A seasonal selection cooler will be offered at the Sky Bar before boarding. The brews will pair perfectly with the traditional German dishes ICON Park is offering at The Lawn. Choose from Bratwurst and Sauerkraut, Chicken Schnitzel, Pretzels with Beer Cheese and, of course, Apple Strudel. For the purists, ICON Park will have the authentic Bavarian Music of Stammtischler – from the Oom Pah sound of polka and waltzes to traditional landlers and boarischers. Kids will love watching the performers play the Bavarian button accordion with tenor horn, wooden spoons, and the Alphorn. Whether you’re dancing the night away or just enjoying the sound of real alpine music, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Munich. ICON Park is at the center of the new Orlando Entertainment District. Conveniently located near I-4, Florida’s Turnpike and the Beachline, this premiere entertainment destination is easy to access and offers free parking for any Central Florida resident or Orlando tourist. To learn more about ICON Park, visit https://iconparkorlando.com.

🎃 October 5 – 9 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 6 – 9 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 7 – 9 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 8 – 9 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

🎃 October 12 – 16 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 13 – 16 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 14 – 16 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 15 – 16 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

🎃 October 19 – 23 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 20 – 23 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 21 – 23 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 22 – 23 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

🎃 October 26 – 31 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 27 – 30 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM (October 29 until 1AM) After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 28 – 31 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 29 – 30 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

October 1-9

October 1 – DIS Con 2022’s EPCOT After Hours Party, 10:30PM – 12:30AM, EPCOT, We’re throwing a party in EPCOT and it’s going to be a night you don’t want to miss! Tickets can be purchased online. Party guests will have access to Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Test Track, and Mission SPACE, plus special desserts, entertainment, and character meet and greets.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 1 – 2 – Oktoberfest at Icon Park, Icon Park, Grab your favorite stein and best lederhosen, then head on over to Orlando’s top entertainment destination – ICON Park is hosting its first annual Oktoberfest celebration. Aligning itself with the famous Oktoberfest festival held each year in Munich, Germany, ICON Park will offer special beer, food and entertainment on Fridays from 5 to 10 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 2 to 10 p.m. starting Sept. 16 through Oct. 2. This celebration will be the perfect opportunity for families to spend time together while enjoying traditional experiences. Throughout the celebration, guests can get their fill of delicious German beers. Beer flights featuring four seasonal brews will be available at The Lawn Bar for $16. If you’re looking for a nice souvenir, a commemorative 32 oz glass stein filled to the brim with your favorite selection can be purchased for $22. Guests can even take a flight on their flight of The Wheel! A seasonal selection cooler will be offered at the Sky Bar before boarding. The brews will pair perfectly with the traditional German dishes ICON Park is offering at The Lawn. Choose from Bratwurst and Sauerkraut, Chicken Schnitzel, Pretzels with Beer Cheese and, of course, Apple Strudel. For the purists, ICON Park will have the authentic Bavarian Music of Stammtischler – from the Oom Pah sound of polka and waltzes to traditional landlers and boarischers. Kids will love watching the performers play the Bavarian button accordion with tenor horn, wooden spoons, and the Alphorn. Whether you’re dancing the night away or just enjoying the sound of real alpine music, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Munich. ICON Park is at the center of the new Orlando Entertainment District. Conveniently located near I-4, Florida’s Turnpike and the Beachline, this premiere entertainment destination is easy to access and offers free parking for any Central Florida resident or Orlando tourist. To learn more about ICON Park, visit https://iconparkorlando.com.

🎃 October 5 – 9 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 6 – 9 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 7 – 9 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 8 – 9 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

October 10 - 16

🎃 October 12 – 16 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 13 – 16 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 14 – 16 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 15 – 16 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

October 17 - 23

🎃 October 19 – 23 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 20 – 23 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM, After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 21 – 23 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 22 – 23 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

October 24 - 31

🎃 October 26 – 31 – Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Orlando, 6PM – 2AM, Summon your scream squad to Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, The World’s Premier Halloween Event. Face 10 haunted houses, 5 scare zones, 2 live shows and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most exciting attractions. Whether you’re a superfan, here for the snacks or selfies, scared of everything or skeptical of everyone, never go alone. Tickets still available as of 8/22/2022. Separate tickets required for event.

🎃 October 27 – 30 – Howl-O-Scream, SeaWorld Orlando, 7PM – 12AM (October 29 until 1AM) After a successful “inaugural fear,” Howl-O-Scream will once again wash ashore in Orlando on Sept. 9, 2022 with nowhere to hide! This year promises to be bigger than ever before with more pulse-pounding, sweat-inducing haunts, thrills, and chills. Evade angry haunts as they rampage through scare zones. Seek shelter indoors, only to find you’ve entered a house of horrors. Deepen the thrill with a nighttime coaster ride. Quench your thirst for fear at a fiendishly interactive bar. Feel the monstrous electricity of a live show. Evil is returning—with a howl and a scream. Experience 28 nights of fully immersive fear in fall 2022, only at SeaWorld Orlando. Be Among the First to Scream. Sign up for Howl-O-Scream emails now and get access to exciting updates, promotions, exclusive offers, and more. Howl-O-Scream is intended for a mature audience. This event contains intense adult content such as violence, gore, and blood. Howl-O-Scream 2022 is a separately-ticketed night event. No costumes are allowed.

🎃 October 28 – 31 – SeaWorld Halloween Spooktacular, SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld’s Spooktacular is back with spooky surprises, candy, costumes and more! Kids love FREE trick-or-treating during this daytime event as they explore our decorated trail and meet colorful characters. Is included with park admission.

🎃 October 29 – 30 – Brick-or-Treat Presents Monster Party, Legoland Florida Resort, Our signature Halloween event is better than ever this year! Brick-or-Treat will bewitch LEGOLAND® Florida Resort with tons of candy, an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO® characters, and more! Included with your ticket and select annual passes.

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