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 August!

Upcoming

Orlando Mom Events

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.

Things to do in Downtown Orlando

August 2 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 6 – Orlando City vs. New England Revolution, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

August 7 – Orlando Pride vs. Angel City FC, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7pm

August 9 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 10 – Michael Bublé, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8-10pm, GRAMMY®-winning, multi-platinum superstar entertainer Michael Bublé announced he is heading back on the road with his brand-new Higher Tour in support of his latest album of the same name. Produced by Beaver Productions, the 27-city U.S. tour kicks off this summer and includes an intimate evening at Orlando’s Amway Center.

August 12 – ChargeOn Tour, Ace Cafe Orlando, 100 West Livingston Street, Orlando, 5-8pm, The ChargeOn Tour is coming to downtown Orlando! Join UCF head football coach Gus Malzahn, director of athletics Terry Mohajir and other Knights favorites to catch up with fans throughout the sunshine state. Activities will include a social hour, autograph session and remarks from Malzahn and Mohajir. The ChargeOn Tour is open to Knights of all ages and is free to attend.

August 13 – Vegan BBQ Festival, 227 North Eola Drive, Orlando, 11am-4pm, Vegan BBQ Party with tons of vegan food and drink options and live music during the festival! Over 25 vegan vendors with food, drink, and local vendors to enjoy the afternoon. This is a free festival that you pets are welcome to join. Seating provided inside or outside

August 14 – Caribbean American Heritage Festival, 445 South Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1-9pm, Join us for a showcase of Orlando’s cultural diversity and the Caribbean American community with steel pan music, Junk-A-Noo parade, Tasa Drumming, African Drumming, Indian Dancing, Art & Craft booths, Chamber & Business booths and Caribbean Food booths.

August 16 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 20 – Summer Paint Party, 707 E Washington St., Orlando, 6-9pm, Enjoy a night with painting, music, drinks, food, and good company. Mingle and meet some new friends!

August 23 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 23 – The Lumineers with Jason Bay, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30-10:30pm, Enjoy The Lumineers and Jason Bay at the Amway Center on August 23 for the BRIGHTSIDE World Tour!

August 26 – Orlando Pride vs OL Reign, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7pm

August 27 – Ukraine Ballet Benefit, 445 S. Magnolia Ave., Orlando, 7:30-9:30pm, The international-renowned National Ballet of Ukraine from the Taras Shevshenko National Opera and Ballet Theater is making a special appearance at Steinmetz Hall. The performance will feature excerpts from some the most breathtaking ballets while also highlighting Ukrainian culture. This world-class performance is a charity event for Ukraine, which has been organized by the Ginsburg Family Foundation and Ukrainian producer Vadim Fedotov. The entire cost of the performance has been underwritten by our presenting sponsors: Ginsburg Family Foundation, Nemours Children’s Health, Universal Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center, Haddock Family Foundation and Rosen Hotels & Resorts. This means 100% of sponsorships and tickets sold will go directly to charities providing humanitarian assistance and emergency medical aid to Ukrainian citizens, refugees, and veteran services.

August 28 – Orlando City vs. New York City, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

August 31 – Orlando City vs. Seattle Sounders, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

August 1-7

August 2 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 6 – Orlando City vs. New England Revolution, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

August 7 – Orlando Pride vs. Angel City FC, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7pm

August 8-14

August 9 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 10 – Michael Bublé, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 8-10pm, GRAMMY®-winning, multi-platinum superstar entertainer Michael Bublé announced he is heading back on the road with his brand-new Higher Tour in support of his latest album of the same name. Produced by Beaver Productions, the 27-city U.S. tour kicks off this summer and includes an intimate evening at Orlando’s Amway Center.

August 12 – ChargeOn Tour, Ace Cafe Orlando, 100 West Livingston Street, Orlando, 5-8pm, The ChargeOn Tour is coming to downtown Orlando! Join UCF head football coach Gus Malzahn, director of athletics Terry Mohajir and other Knights favorites to catch up with fans throughout the sunshine state. Activities will include a social hour, autograph session and remarks from Malzahn and Mohajir. The ChargeOn Tour is open to Knights of all ages and is free to attend.

August 13 – Vegan BBQ Festival, 227 North Eola Drive, Orlando, 11am-4pm, Vegan BBQ Party with tons of vegan food and drink options and live music during the festival! Over 25 vegan vendors with food, drink, and local vendors to enjoy the afternoon. This is a free festival that you pets are welcome to join. Seating provided inside or outside

August 14 – Caribbean American Heritage Festival, 445 South Magnolia Avenue, Orlando, 1-9pm, Join us for a showcase of Orlando’s cultural diversity and the Caribbean American community with steel pan music, Junk-A-Noo parade, Tasa Drumming, African Drumming, Indian Dancing, Art & Craft booths, Chamber & Business booths and Caribbean Food booths.

August 15-21

August 16 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 20 – Summer Paint Party, 707 E Washington St., Orlando, 6-9pm, Enjoy a night with painting, music, drinks, food, and good company. Mingle and meet some new friends!

August 22-28

August 23 – Ecology in Action Day, 1519 West Church Street, Orlando, 10-11am, Ecology in Action Day is an educational event geared towards kids 3 – 5 years old (although other ages are welcome as well). Our educator will lead children in hands-on crafts and games inspired by nature at Lake Lorna Doone Park every Tuesday. Bring walking shoes, a reusable water bottle and a hat. All other tools will be provided. Children must be looked after an adult at all times.

August 23 – The Lumineers with Jason Bay, 400 W Church Street, Orlando, 7:30-10:30pm, Enjoy The Lumineers and Jason Bay at the Amway Center on August 23 for the BRIGHTSIDE World Tour!

August 26 – Orlando Pride vs OL Reign, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7pm

August 27 – Ukraine Ballet Benefit, 445 S. Magnolia Ave., Orlando, 7:30-9:30pm, The international-renowned National Ballet of Ukraine from the Taras Shevshenko National Opera and Ballet Theater is making a special appearance at Steinmetz Hall. The performance will feature excerpts from some the most breathtaking ballets while also highlighting Ukrainian culture. This world-class performance is a charity event for Ukraine, which has been organized by the Ginsburg Family Foundation and Ukrainian producer Vadim Fedotov. The entire cost of the performance has been underwritten by our presenting sponsors: Ginsburg Family Foundation, Nemours Children’s Health, Universal Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center, Haddock Family Foundation and Rosen Hotels & Resorts. This means 100% of sponsorships and tickets sold will go directly to charities providing humanitarian assistance and emergency medical aid to Ukrainian citizens, refugees, and veteran services.

August 28 – Orlando City vs. New York City, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

Aug 29-31

August 31 – Orlando City vs. Seattle Sounders, 655 W Church St, Orlando, 7:30pm

Things to do in East Orlando

August 3 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-2pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 3 – Learn to Use a Microscope, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 3-4pm, There’s a microscopic world waiting to be explored! Learn how to use a microscope and view the world around us through a different lens. Registration Required.

August 3 – Sewing Club, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive #100, Orlando, 6-8pm, Come to our first meet up for sewing club! Hope to see you there.

August 4 – 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!

August 4 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-2pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 7-9. Registration Required.

August 5 – Artist Reception, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive #100, Orlando, 5-9pm, Theme this month is animals, Join us at the Art Center for a Meet the Artist Night & Reception for the Animal Exhibit! This is a free event and is open to the public. Explore all the art in the center, inquire about events, learn more about volunteering, become one of our artists & more!

August 6 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 7 – 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.

August 9 – Reading at Sunset, 12001 Avalon Lake Dr, Orlando, start time 6:30pm, Join us at sunset under the trees in from the Avalon Park YMCA for a community children’s reading club! Our partners at Connect 2 Kid will host group readings and discussion for children in grade K-5. Free and open to the community!

August 11 – Plant Clinic, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Ask at Desk for Location, 2-4pm, Bring your plants and ask questions! Master Gardener Volunteers from the UF/IFAS Orange County Extension Office will be available to answer your gardening questions.

August 11 – Fun with Paint & Fabric, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr. Ste.100, Orlando, 6-8pm, Join us at Fun with Paint & Fabric led by Resident Artist: Joan Fonseca! The event will take place at the Arts Center and will be $40 / ticket. Ticket includes all materials as well as refreshments. 

August 11 – Felix & Fingers Meet and Greet, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr. Ste.100, Orlando, 6:30-8pm, Join us for an interactive show experience with Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos performance followed by a Meet & Greet! Now, in its 12th year, Felix And Fingers continues to expand, providing shows all over the US and abroad.

August 11 – August Night Market, 3801 Avalon Park Blvd. East, Orlando, 6-9pm, Local vendor booths featuring homemade items such as decorations, stained glass, woodworking, candles, and more!

August 12 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 7-9. Registration Required.

August 6 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 13 – Record Swap & DJ Event, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr suite 100, Orlando, 4-8pm, Come hangout at Avalon Arts & Culture Center to celebrate retro style with local vinyl DJ Wax Nostalgic.

August 13 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 14 – 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.

August 19 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 20 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 20 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 21 – 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.

August 21 – August Food Truck Night, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 5-8pm, Food, music, & fun!Come on out to our ROCKIN’ food truck night featuring local food trucks and live music!

August 25 – Qigong Movement and Breathing, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Meeting Room 1, 1-2pm, Jasmine Win shows basic qigong techniques & how using them in your daily life can benefit your health. Qigong is a crucial tool in Chinese medicine which involves movement, breathing, and meditation. Registration Required.

August 25 – Business Expo, 5555 Hazeltine National Drive, Orlando, 5-8pm, Join fellow businesses to showcase your products and services at The Business Expo, an East Orlando Chamber Signature Event. This after-hours event features hors-d’oeuvres, cocktails, and an opportunity to connect and network with fellow exhibitors and attendees. The previous event attracted 100 exhibitors and 400 attendees. Boost your business exposure with a sponsorship to receive additional visibility. This event will sell out. Only 100 spaces available. Register today to reserve your space.

August 26 – Learn to Use a Microscope, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 3-4pm, There’s a microscopic world waiting to be explored! Learn how to use a microscope and view the world around us through a different lens. Registration Required. Ages 7-9.

August 27 – Angel Paws to Read, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Ask at Desk for Location, 11:30am-12:30pm, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs.

August 27 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 27 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 28 – 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.

August 28 – Algodoo with Physics, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Have fun with physics! Simulate physics in the real world with Algodoo. Experiment with objects and see how they react to the forces of gravity and friction.

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August 1-7

August 3 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-2pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 3 – Learn to Use a Microscope, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 3-4pm, There’s a microscopic world waiting to be explored! Learn how to use a microscope and view the world around us through a different lens. Registration Required.

August 3 – Sewing Club, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive #100, Orlando, 6-8pm, Come to our first meet up for sewing club! Hope to see you there.

August 4 – 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!

August 4 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-2pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 7-9. Registration Required.

August 5 – Artist Reception, 13000 Avalon Lake Drive #100, Orlando, 5-9pm, Theme this month is animals, Join us at the Art Center for a Meet the Artist Night & Reception for the Animal Exhibit! This is a free event and is open to the public. Explore all the art in the center, inquire about events, learn more about volunteering, become one of our artists & more!

August 6 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 7 – 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.

August 8-14

August 9 – Reading at Sunset, 12001 Avalon Lake Dr, Orlando, start time 6:30pm, Join us at sunset under the trees in from the Avalon Park YMCA for a community children’s reading club! Our partners at Connect 2 Kid will host group readings and discussion for children in grade K-5. Free and open to the community!

August 11 – Plant Clinic, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Ask at Desk for Location, 2-4pm, Bring your plants and ask questions! Master Gardener Volunteers from the UF/IFAS Orange County Extension Office will be available to answer your gardening questions.

August 11 – Fun with Paint & Fabric, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr. Ste.100, Orlando, 6-8pm, Join us at Fun with Paint & Fabric led by Resident Artist: Joan Fonseca! The event will take place at the Arts Center and will be $40 / ticket. Ticket includes all materials as well as refreshments. 

August 11 – Felix & Fingers Meet and Greet, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr. Ste.100, Orlando, 6:30-8pm, Join us for an interactive show experience with Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos performance followed by a Meet & Greet! Now, in its 12th year, Felix And Fingers continues to expand, providing shows all over the US and abroad.

August 11 – August Night Market, 3801 Avalon Park Blvd. East, Orlando, 6-9pm, Local vendor booths featuring homemade items such as decorations, stained glass, woodworking, candles, and more!

August 12 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 7-9. Registration Required.

August 6 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 13 – Record Swap & DJ Event, 13000 Avalon Lake Dr suite 100, Orlando, 4-8pm, Come hangout at Avalon Arts & Culture Center to celebrate retro style with local vinyl DJ Wax Nostalgic.

August 13 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 14 – 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.

August 15-21

August 19 – Make a Stop Motion Movie, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Discover a new way to create visual art using stop motion while learning the basics of animation. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 20 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 20 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 21 – 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.

August 21 – August Food Truck Night, 3651 Avalon Park East Blvd., Orlando, 5-8pm, Food, music, & fun!Come on out to our ROCKIN’ food truck night featuring local food trucks and live music!

August 22-28

August 25 – Qigong Movement and Breathing, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Meeting Room 1, 1-2pm, Jasmine Win shows basic qigong techniques & how using them in your daily life can benefit your health. Qigong is a crucial tool in Chinese medicine which involves movement, breathing, and meditation. Registration Required.

August 25 – Business Expo, 5555 Hazeltine National Drive, Orlando, 5-8pm, Join fellow businesses to showcase your products and services at The Business Expo, an East Orlando Chamber Signature Event. This after-hours event features hors-d’oeuvres, cocktails, and an opportunity to connect and network with fellow exhibitors and attendees. The previous event attracted 100 exhibitors and 400 attendees. Boost your business exposure with a sponsorship to receive additional visibility. This event will sell out. Only 100 spaces available. Register today to reserve your space.

August 26 – Learn to Use a Microscope, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 3-4pm, There’s a microscopic world waiting to be explored! Learn how to use a microscope and view the world around us through a different lens. Registration Required. Ages 7-9.

August 27 – Angel Paws to Read, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Ask at Desk for Location, 11:30am-12:30pm, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs.

August 27 – Dungeons & Dragons Club, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 1-3pm, Create your own character and form an adventuring party! Learn how to play Dungeons & Dragons, and how to create adventures for family and friends to play together. Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 27 – Stop Motion Animation Camp, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5:30pm, Explore the basics of animation while adding special effects like filters, music and more to create your own unique short film! Ages 10-12. Registration Required.

August 28 – 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.

August 28 – Algodoo with Physics, 12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, Alafaya Branch – Computer Room, 4-5pm, Have fun with physics! Simulate physics in the real world with Algodoo. Experiment with objects and see how they react to the forces of gravity and friction.

Aug 29-31

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Things to do in Apopka/Longwood

August 2 – This is My Name! North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm Yournameisspecial, just like you! Help your child learn to recognize and spell theirnamethrough fun crafts and activities.Recommended for ages 3–5.This early learning event willfocus on crafts, songs, and activities to help children begin to recognize the letters that make up theirnames. Registration required.

August 4 – R is for Robot, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Shapes, sorting and early math concepts will inspire STEM learning for your little one. Robot fun with crafts, activities and stories. Recommended for preschoolers. Registration required.

August 6 – Concert in the Park featuring Smokin’ Torpedos, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 7-9pm, Join us for a Concert in the Park Series at Reiter Park. Don’t forget to bring your chairs and blankets. Featuring Smokin’ Torpedoes. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase.

August 9 – Parachute Play, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 11-11:30am, Play, explore and learn about the world. Put thoughts into words by talking about what your child is doing and building positive social interactions with others. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

August 9 – Operation Chill – Slurpee with a Cop, 7-Eleven – 496 E SR 434 Longwood, 11:30am-1:30pm

August 11 – Shape Seekers, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Shapes are found everywhere! Embark on a shape search to help your preschooler identify shapes in nature and built environments. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration required.

August 13 – Angel Paws to Read, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs. 

August 13 – Kids Movie Matinee – Luca, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 2-4:30pm, Learn about some of the Italian culture that inspired Luca, then enjoy watching the movie. Ages 6-12. Registration required.

August 13 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, 200 W Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5-8pm, The Downtown Longwood Cruise-In Car Show is on the second Saturday of the month in the Historic District of Longwood featuring music from DJ Don (Cruisin’ Orlando), food, and show cars present for viewing.

August 16 – Pom Pom Party, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, What can you do with a pom pom? Come party with us and discover all kinds of ways to use those fluffy, puffy pom poms! Recommended for toddlers. Registration required.

August 17 – Science Stars, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 3-5pm, An hour of Science experiments, crafts, and trivia covering topics like space, dinosaurs, and chemistry! This week we are learning about invasive animals! Do experiments and crafts about the different invasive species in Florida and learn how these animals influence our lives. Recommended ages 6-12. Registration Required.

August 18 – Wekiwa Springs Watch, 1014 Miami Springs Dr., Longwood, 9am-1pm, Join the Wekiwa Springs Watch group to take water quality readings along the spring run. This group meets monthly at Wekiva Island. Canoe experience is recommended but not required. No other experience needed! Meet at Wekiva Island around 8:30 AM to launch at 9:00 AM. Paddle as a group the ~1 mile to the Wekiwa Springs State Park bridge. The group will take water quality readings at 8 stations on the way back to Wekiva Island. This event can take up to 4 hours, please be sure to bring any supplies you may need along the way, especially water. Please use a reusable bottle. Don’t have a reusable? Let us know so we can help!

August 20 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 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.

August 20 – Bubble Playtime, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Help your child with their motor development skills in this interactive bubble class. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers. Registration Required.

August 25 – Toad on the Road and Other Frog Tales, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Ribbit! Strengthen early literacy skills with silly stories about frogs and toads. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration Required.

August 26 – Food Trucks, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5:30-8:30pm,  Bring your friends and family out for dinner at Reiter Park from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm every fourth Friday of the month and enjoy some of the area’s best food trucks!

August 30 – I Can Count, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Help your child explore their world with stories and activities that encourage mathematical thinking. Recommended for preschoolers. Registration Required.

August 1-7

August 2 – This is My Name! North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm Yournameisspecial, just like you! Help your child learn to recognize and spell theirnamethrough fun crafts and activities.Recommended for ages 3–5.This early learning event willfocus on crafts, songs, and activities to help children begin to recognize the letters that make up theirnames. Registration required.

August 4 – R is for Robot, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Shapes, sorting and early math concepts will inspire STEM learning for your little one. Robot fun with crafts, activities and stories. Recommended for preschoolers. Registration required.

August 6 – Concert in the Park featuring Smokin’ Torpedos, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 7-9pm, Join us for a Concert in the Park Series at Reiter Park. Don’t forget to bring your chairs and blankets. Featuring Smokin’ Torpedoes. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase.

August 8-14

August 9 – Parachute Play, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, 11-11:30am, Play, explore and learn about the world. Put thoughts into words by talking about what your child is doing and building positive social interactions with others. Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Registration required.

August 9 – Operation Chill – Slurpee with a Cop, 7-Eleven – 496 E SR 434 Longwood, 11:30am-1:30pm

August 11 – Shape Seekers, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Shapes are found everywhere! Embark on a shape search to help your preschooler identify shapes in nature and built environments. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration required.

August 13 – Angel Paws to Read, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs. 

August 13 – Kids Movie Matinee – Luca, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 2-4:30pm, Learn about some of the Italian culture that inspired Luca, then enjoy watching the movie. Ages 6-12. Registration required.

August 13 – Downtown Longwood Cruise In Car Show, 200 W Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5-8pm, The Downtown Longwood Cruise-In Car Show is on the second Saturday of the month in the Historic District of Longwood featuring music from DJ Don (Cruisin’ Orlando), food, and show cars present for viewing.

August 15-21

August 16 – Pom Pom Party, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, What can you do with a pom pom? Come party with us and discover all kinds of ways to use those fluffy, puffy pom poms! Recommended for toddlers. Registration required.

August 17 – Science Stars, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 3-5pm, An hour of Science experiments, crafts, and trivia covering topics like space, dinosaurs, and chemistry! This week we are learning about invasive animals! Do experiments and crafts about the different invasive species in Florida and learn how these animals influence our lives. Recommended ages 6-12. Registration Required.

August 18 – Wekiwa Springs Watch, 1014 Miami Springs Dr., Longwood, 9am-1pm, Join the Wekiwa Springs Watch group to take water quality readings along the spring run. This group meets monthly at Wekiva Island. Canoe experience is recommended but not required. No other experience needed! Meet at Wekiva Island around 8:30 AM to launch at 9:00 AM. Paddle as a group the ~1 mile to the Wekiwa Springs State Park bridge. The group will take water quality readings at 8 stations on the way back to Wekiva Island. This event can take up to 4 hours, please be sure to bring any supplies you may need along the way, especially water. Please use a reusable bottle. Don’t have a reusable? Let us know so we can help!

August 20 – Cookies & Milk with a Cop, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 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.

August 20 – Bubble Playtime, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Help your child with their motor development skills in this interactive bubble class. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers. Registration Required.

August 22-28

August 25 – Toad on the Road and Other Frog Tales, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Ribbit! Strengthen early literacy skills with silly stories about frogs and toads. Recommended for ages 3-5. Registration Required.

August 26 – Food Trucks, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 5:30-8:30pm,  Bring your friends and family out for dinner at Reiter Park from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm every fourth Friday of the month and enjoy some of the area’s best food trucks!

Aug 29-31

August 30 – I Can Count, North Orange Branch Library 1211 E Semoran Blvd, Apopka, North Orange Meeting Room, 11am-12pm, Help your child explore their world with stories and activities that encourage mathematical thinking. Recommended for preschoolers. Registration Required.

Things to do in Winter Garden/Ocoee/Clermont

August 1 – Cooper Friends of the Library Book Sale, 2525 Oakley Seaver Dr, Clermont, 9am-3pm, Books, CDs, DVDs, and puzzles will be sold at the event, all of which are in excellent condition. Books include general fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, and biography. Also on sale are all types of non-fiction, including history, economics, business, religion, art, parenting, pets/animals, psychology, cookbooks, and many how-to books on a wide range of topics. There is a large collection of music CDs, movie DVDs, and jigsaw puzzles. All monies earned at the book sale go to support the Cooper Memorial Library. The Friends of the Cooper Memorial Library provide the funds needed for many of the special programs for children, teens, and adults, which include the annual Summer Reading Program for children and teens, the Cooper Concert and Live Music Series, and a variety of specialty programs for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

August 2 – Cooper Friends of the Library Book Sale, 2525 Oakley Seaver Dr, Clermont, 9am-12pm, Books, CDs, DVDs, and puzzles will be sold at the event, all of which are in excellent condition. Books include general fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, and biography. Also on sale are all types of non-fiction, including history, economics, business, religion, art, parenting, pets/animals, psychology, cookbooks, and many how-to books on a wide range of topics. There is a large collection of music CDs, movie DVDs, and jigsaw puzzles. All monies earned at the book sale go to support the Cooper Memorial Library. The Friends of the Cooper Memorial Library provide the funds needed for many of the special programs for children, teens, and adults, which include the annual Summer Reading Program for children and teens, the Cooper Concert and Live Music Series, and a variety of specialty programs for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

August 2 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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!

August 5 – 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.

August 5 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Porchdogs (Cajun, Zydeco)

August 6 – AdventHealth TriKidz Youth Triathlon, 938 Victory Way, Clermont, 7:30am-12pm

August 6 – Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Butterfly Garden Maintenance, 2850 Lust Road, Apopka, 10-11am, Weeding parties are the first Saturdays of the month starting at 10 am. The time was set so that avid LAWD fans could go through once in the early morning. Bring your weeding tools and gloves. We’ll have some loaners. No one has to work too long but please show up and let’s discuss and do a little! The garden, just past the entrance to the Wildlife Drive on Lust Road (near the first kiosk), was established by the Friends of Lake Apopka and is being continued as a collaboration with the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Facebook Group and Orange Audubon Society, with assistance from the St. Johns River Water Management District. It demonstrates native butterfly plants you can put in your own yard and provides an opportunity for observation and photography of butterflies and other pollinators.

August 6 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

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

August 9- Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 10 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 12 – Horizon West Street Party at Summerport Village, 13790 Bridgewater Crossings Blvd, Windermere, 6-9pm, Come out & enjoy various cuisines, wine and beer during this monthly celebratory event with family, friends and neighbors. This is a wonderful opportunity to mingle and get to meet and greet new and old residents of this wonderful community. 

August 12- Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Nicole Equerme (Country, Acoustic)

August 13 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 15 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 16 – Ribbon Cutting – Clean Eatz Cafe, 9250 Miley Dr. Suite 150, Winter Garden, 8:30-9am

August 16 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7-9pm, Text your team name and group size to 407-750-7063 by 6pm to get a reserved table. Prizes for top teams!

August 16 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 17 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 18 – Winter Garden Food Truck Night, 5-8pm, Winter Garden locals park inside one of four lovely neighborhoods, buy dinner from the food trucks, then gather around the high top tables with family and friends for a relaxing end-of-weekend dinner. Free admission. Free parking. Which trucks are coming?: http://letsgetbazaar.com Location 1 – Independence: 14213 Pleach St. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/DMCy2NfogrP2, Location 2- Orchard Hills: 14441 Orchard Hills Blvd. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/c9xk95ZA2R52, Location 3 – Lakeshore- 15597 Panther Lake. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/H5aw4WViyxS2, Location 4 – Watermark: 9410 Holliston Creek Place MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/x7ViXtTanw42

August 19 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: The Lynn Gibson Project (Folk, Bluegrass)

August 20 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 20 – Cookies and Milk with a Cop and Story Time, 805 E Plant Street, Winter Garden, Cookies and Milk with a Cop bring kids and Cops together in a fun and non-traditional environment building trust and making friends. This event is geared towards elementary school aged children. We will read stories with an emphasis on sharing, understanding, and acceptance.

August 20 – Movie and a Craft, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 3-5pm, Children’s Area of Library, Sit back and relax during a family-friendly movie Registration required.

August 20 – 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.

August 22 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 23 – This is My Name! 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 11am-12pm, Sarchet Community Room, Your name is special, just like you! Help your little one recognize and spell their name through fun crafts and activities. Recommended for toddlers 18-36 months, https://attend.ocls.info/event/6747413 , Registration required.

August 24 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7-9pm, Text your team name and group size to 407-750-7063 by 6pm to get a reserved table. Prizes for top teams!

August 24 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 24 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 26 – Windermere Food Truck Night, Windermere Town Hall 520 Main Street., 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. Which trucks are coming?

August 26 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Safia Hudson & the Tomcat (Hits through the Decades)

August 27 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 27 – Join the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10:15am-12pm, Sarchet Community Room, The Adams-Onís Treaty DAR Chapter will be hosting a genealogist-assisted workshop to help prospective members find patriots to use to join the DAR. Registration required.

August 27 – Angel Paws to Read, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 11:30am – 1pm, Children’s Area of Library, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. “Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry” presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs. Registration required.

August 27 – Compost 101, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 2-3pm, Sarchet Community Room, Charlie from O-Town Compost goes through the basics of starting your home compost pile. Learn which kinds of foods and additives can get you started off with the right method for your space. Registration required.

August 29 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required. 

August 31 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 1-7

August 1 – Cooper Friends of the Library Book Sale, 2525 Oakley Seaver Dr, Clermont, 9am-3pm, Books, CDs, DVDs, and puzzles will be sold at the event, all of which are in excellent condition. Books include general fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, and biography. Also on sale are all types of non-fiction, including history, economics, business, religion, art, parenting, pets/animals, psychology, cookbooks, and many how-to books on a wide range of topics. There is a large collection of music CDs, movie DVDs, and jigsaw puzzles. All monies earned at the book sale go to support the Cooper Memorial Library. The Friends of the Cooper Memorial Library provide the funds needed for many of the special programs for children, teens, and adults, which include the annual Summer Reading Program for children and teens, the Cooper Concert and Live Music Series, and a variety of specialty programs for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

August 2 – Cooper Friends of the Library Book Sale, 2525 Oakley Seaver Dr, Clermont, 9am-12pm, Books, CDs, DVDs, and puzzles will be sold at the event, all of which are in excellent condition. Books include general fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, and biography. Also on sale are all types of non-fiction, including history, economics, business, religion, art, parenting, pets/animals, psychology, cookbooks, and many how-to books on a wide range of topics. There is a large collection of music CDs, movie DVDs, and jigsaw puzzles. All monies earned at the book sale go to support the Cooper Memorial Library. The Friends of the Cooper Memorial Library provide the funds needed for many of the special programs for children, teens, and adults, which include the annual Summer Reading Program for children and teens, the Cooper Concert and Live Music Series, and a variety of specialty programs for everyone to enjoy throughout the year.

August 2 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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!

August 5 – 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.

August 5 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Porchdogs (Cajun, Zydeco)

August 6 – AdventHealth TriKidz Youth Triathlon, 938 Victory Way, Clermont, 7:30am-12pm

August 6 – Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Butterfly Garden Maintenance, 2850 Lust Road, Apopka, 10-11am, Weeding parties are the first Saturdays of the month starting at 10 am. The time was set so that avid LAWD fans could go through once in the early morning. Bring your weeding tools and gloves. We’ll have some loaners. No one has to work too long but please show up and let’s discuss and do a little! The garden, just past the entrance to the Wildlife Drive on Lust Road (near the first kiosk), was established by the Friends of Lake Apopka and is being continued as a collaboration with the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive Facebook Group and Orange Audubon Society, with assistance from the St. Johns River Water Management District. It demonstrates native butterfly plants you can put in your own yard and provides an opportunity for observation and photography of butterflies and other pollinators.

August 6 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 8-14

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

August 9- Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 10 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 12 – Horizon West Street Party at Summerport Village, 13790 Bridgewater Crossings Blvd, Windermere, 6-9pm, Come out & enjoy various cuisines, wine and beer during this monthly celebratory event with family, friends and neighbors. This is a wonderful opportunity to mingle and get to meet and greet new and old residents of this wonderful community. 

August 12- Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Nicole Equerme (Country, Acoustic)

August 13 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 15-21

August 15 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 16 – Ribbon Cutting – Clean Eatz Cafe, 9250 Miley Dr. Suite 150, Winter Garden, 8:30-9am

August 16 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7-9pm, Text your team name and group size to 407-750-7063 by 6pm to get a reserved table. Prizes for top teams!

August 16 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 17 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 18 – Winter Garden Food Truck Night, 5-8pm, Winter Garden locals park inside one of four lovely neighborhoods, buy dinner from the food trucks, then gather around the high top tables with family and friends for a relaxing end-of-weekend dinner. Free admission. Free parking. Which trucks are coming?: http://letsgetbazaar.com Location 1 – Independence: 14213 Pleach St. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/DMCy2NfogrP2, Location 2- Orchard Hills: 14441 Orchard Hills Blvd. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/c9xk95ZA2R52, Location 3 – Lakeshore- 15597 Panther Lake. MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/H5aw4WViyxS2, Location 4 – Watermark: 9410 Holliston Creek Place MAP: https://goo.gl/maps/x7ViXtTanw42

August 19 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: The Lynn Gibson Project (Folk, Bluegrass)

August 20 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 20 – Cookies and Milk with a Cop and Story Time, 805 E Plant Street, Winter Garden, Cookies and Milk with a Cop bring kids and Cops together in a fun and non-traditional environment building trust and making friends. This event is geared towards elementary school aged children. We will read stories with an emphasis on sharing, understanding, and acceptance.

August 20 – Movie and a Craft, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 3-5pm, Children’s Area of Library, Sit back and relax during a family-friendly movie Registration required.

August 20 – 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.

August 22-28

August 22 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 23 – This is My Name! 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 11am-12pm, Sarchet Community Room, Your name is special, just like you! Help your little one recognize and spell their name through fun crafts and activities. Recommended for toddlers 18-36 months, https://attend.ocls.info/event/6747413 , Registration required.

August 24 – Trivia at Attic Door, 28 W Plant St, Winter Garden, 7-9pm, Text your team name and group size to 407-750-7063 by 6pm to get a reserved table. Prizes for top teams!

August 24 – Trivia at Crooked Can, 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! www.crookedcan.com

August 24 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

August 26 – Windermere Food Truck Night, Windermere Town Hall 520 Main Street., 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. Which trucks are coming?

August 26 – Friday’s on the Plaza, Centennial Plaza Gazebo, 7-9pm, Come enjoy live music every Friday night on the Plaza. Band: Safia Hudson & the Tomcat (Hits through the Decades)

August 27 – Family Fiber Arts, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-11:30am, Join us to learn a variety of fiber arts as a family. We will be focusing on a different discipline each month. This month, we will be focusing on Crochet. Registration required.

August 27 – Join the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10:15am-12pm, Sarchet Community Room, The Adams-Onís Treaty DAR Chapter will be hosting a genealogist-assisted workshop to help prospective members find patriots to use to join the DAR. Registration required.

August 27 – Angel Paws to Read, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 11:30am – 1pm, Children’s Area of Library, Practice your reading skills by reading aloud to a lovable, furry listener. “Be An Angel Therapy Dogs Ministry” presents this reading program for children with certified therapy dogs. Registration required.

August 27 – Compost 101, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 2-3pm, Sarchet Community Room, Charlie from O-Town Compost goes through the basics of starting your home compost pile. Learn which kinds of foods and additives can get you started off with the right method for your space. Registration required.

August 29 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 805 E. Plant St, Winter Garden, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required. 

Aug 29-31

August 31 – Mindful Start Family Yoga, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee, 10-10:30am, Children’s Area of Library, 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. Registration required.

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

August 2-5 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 4 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 9-12 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 11 – Popcorn Flicks, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 8-10pm, This film series features classic films for the whole family. We encourage you to bring a blanket, a picnic or snacks, and some family and friends.

August 11 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 13 – 407 Food Fair, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co., 12-6pm,

August 13- MEGA Pop Up Market at the House on Lang and Quantum Leap Winery, 1312 Wilfred Drive, Orlando, 6-9pm, Over 40 of your favorite local vendors will be popping up on the same day at these two Mills 50 neighbors. 

August 16-19 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 18 – Neighborhood Music Jam, 721 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 6:30-9pm, Join us on the stage in back of the Winter Park Community Center for a fun evening of making music. Musicians of all ages, instruments, and abilities are invited to come make new friends as we play a variety of songs, from pop to rock to blues to country. A PA system with microphones will be provided along with a drum kit, keyboard, and bass and guitar amps. Just bring your own instrument, plug in, and play!

August 18 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 20 – Tropical Flower Arrangement Workshop at Thai Farm Kitchen Orlando by Boho Blossom Flower Shop, 2625 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, 3-5pm, Design a modern tropical flower arrangement with Boho Blossom Flower Shop while enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and appetizers from Thai Farm Kitchen. Join us at the beautiful Thai Farm Kitchen restaurant in the College Park for a creative late afternoon – make your Tropical Fresh Flower Arrangement. Salomé from Boho Blossom Flower Shop will be guiding you through the process of creating your own floral arrangement. The arrangement will include different type of tropical flowers with bold and bright colors (pincushion protea, roses, tropical greenery…) All levels are welcome, we are just here to enjoy each other and have fun. We will provide all the supplies, show you the techniques to make a beautiful arrangement! You will also get a complimentary drink (wine or soda) and appetizers. What’s Included: Create your own tropical arrangement, Different flowers to choose from, A vase for your arrangement, Tools to make your arrangement, Tips on fresh flower care & knowledge about flowers, 1 complimentary glass of wine, Appetizers from Thai Farm Kitchen. Tickets $89.

August 23-26 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 25 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 30-31 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 30 – Beginning Ballroom Dancing Lessons, 8 week session, 1050 N New York Avenue, Winter Park, 7-8:30pm, Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A portion of the proceeds benefit Keep Winter Park Beautiful.

August 30 – Intermediate Ballroom Dancing Lessons, 8 week session, 1050 N New York Avenue, Winter Park, 8:45-9:45pm, Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A portion of the proceeds benefit Keep Winter Park Beautiful.

August 1-7

August 2-5 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 4 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 8-14

August 9-12 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 11 – Popcorn Flicks, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 8-10pm, This film series features classic films for the whole family. We encourage you to bring a blanket, a picnic or snacks, and some family and friends.

August 11 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 13 – 407 Food Fair, Ivanhoe Park Brewing Co., 12-6pm,

August 13- MEGA Pop Up Market at the House on Lang and Quantum Leap Winery, 1312 Wilfred Drive, Orlando, 6-9pm, Over 40 of your favorite local vendors will be popping up on the same day at these two Mills 50 neighbors. 

August 15-21

August 16-19 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 18 – Neighborhood Music Jam, 721 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 6:30-9pm, Join us on the stage in back of the Winter Park Community Center for a fun evening of making music. Musicians of all ages, instruments, and abilities are invited to come make new friends as we play a variety of songs, from pop to rock to blues to country. A PA system with microphones will be provided along with a drum kit, keyboard, and bass and guitar amps. Just bring your own instrument, plug in, and play!

August 18 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

August 20 – Tropical Flower Arrangement Workshop at Thai Farm Kitchen Orlando by Boho Blossom Flower Shop, 2625 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, 3-5pm, Design a modern tropical flower arrangement with Boho Blossom Flower Shop while enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and appetizers from Thai Farm Kitchen. Join us at the beautiful Thai Farm Kitchen restaurant in the College Park for a creative late afternoon – make your Tropical Fresh Flower Arrangement. Salomé from Boho Blossom Flower Shop will be guiding you through the process of creating your own floral arrangement. The arrangement will include different type of tropical flowers with bold and bright colors (pincushion protea, roses, tropical greenery…) All levels are welcome, we are just here to enjoy each other and have fun. We will provide all the supplies, show you the techniques to make a beautiful arrangement! You will also get a complimentary drink (wine or soda) and appetizers. What’s Included: Create your own tropical arrangement, Different flowers to choose from, A vase for your arrangement, Tools to make your arrangement, Tips on fresh flower care & knowledge about flowers, 1 complimentary glass of wine, Appetizers from Thai Farm Kitchen. Tickets $89.

August 22-28

August 23-26 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 25 – Thursday Night Hang,1905 Kentucky Avenue, Winter Park, 8-10pm, Featuring Chris Cortez, Walt Hubbard, Doug Mathews, and Ed Krout. The group plays a concert set, which is followed by a jazz jam session. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and sit in. A guitar amp, bass amp, drums, and piano are provided. Free admission. Made possible by a grant from the City of Winter Park and the American Rescue Plan.

Aug 29-31

August 30-31 – Preserving The Past and Looking Towards the Future: A Celebration of Hannibal Square by Crealdé School of Art, 642 West New England Avenue, Winter Park, 10am – 4pm, This exhibition depicts the contributions of Winter Park’s African American community from 1900 to present day, remembering, acknowledging, and preserving historic Hannibal Square’s legacy. This is the collection’s largest exhibition to date and is curated by Ms. Fairolyn Livingston, Chief Historian, Ms. Mary Daniels, Historian Docent and Mr. Peter Schreyer, documentary photographer. To schedule a private tour of the Heritage Center, contact Barbara Chandler: 321-594-3922 or [email protected]. Tours are available from 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m., 2 – 2:30 p.m., and 3:30 – 4 p.m.

August 30 – Beginning Ballroom Dancing Lessons, 8 week session, 1050 N New York Avenue, Winter Park, 7-8:30pm, Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A portion of the proceeds benefit Keep Winter Park Beautiful.

August 30 – Intermediate Ballroom Dancing Lessons, 8 week session, 1050 N New York Avenue, Winter Park, 8:45-9:45pm, Please arrive 30 minutes early to the first class in order to register. Cash or check will be accepted as payment at the door. Text the instructor Stuart Nichols at 321-662-5565 with any questions. A portion of the proceeds benefit Keep Winter Park Beautiful.

Things to do in Daytona/DeLand

August 9 – 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.

August 10 – 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!!!!!

August 12 – Peace of Woodstock, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:30pm, PEACE OF WOODSTOCK is a 90-minute music-and-visuals show that’s an in-the-moment tribute to the celebrated Woodstock Music & Art Fair, the three-day concert in August 1969. An audience of more than 400,000 travelled to Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in upstate New York 53 years ago to listen to musical acts ranging from Richie Havens and Janis Joplin to Sly and the Family Stone, Jefferson Airplane the event’s breakout group, Santana. Woodstock changed everything. Peace of Woodstock returns you to the event that defined the ‘60s. From the hippie vibe and protest songs to the flowers-in-the-hair attendees clothed in bellbottoms and tie-dye, Peace of Woodstock is a note-perfect tribute to one of popular music’s most monumental moments. At the Athens Theatre.

August 13 – Stroll our Streets, Downtown DeLand, 10am-10pm, Shop, dine and be entertained. Come early or late!

August 13 – Diamond: A Tribute to Neil Diamond, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9pm, DIAMOND is the ULTIMATE Tribute to the legendary singer/songwriter Neil Diamond as performed by Jack Berrios. DIAMOND captures the feel, the sound, the passion and the excitement of a real Neil Diamond Concert.  Jack is joined on stage with his Diamond Crew: The Diamond Girls: Janet Lamb & Kitei provide the back-up vocals and the glitter to this show. The Brother love Crew: Bradley Garrison on Congas and Talon Berrios on Vocals & Percussions provide the never ending energy & excitement on stage. DIAMOND was seen on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Daily Buzz with Andy Campbell and FUSE TV “A Different Spin” with Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 as part of the Sunburst Convention segments.  In May 2008 Neil Diamond was asked by Magic 107.7 fm radio Hosts Dave & Leslye what he thought of Jack paying Tribute to him and Neil said “I Think It’s Terrific”. This is a great show! At the Athens Theatre.

August 20 – Downtown DeLand Classic Car Cruise-In, E. Indiana Ave, DeLand, 4-7pm, Classic cars & rods line East Indiana Avenue in downtown DeLand. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining.

August 20 – The Dirty Doors, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:15pm, The Dirty Doors celebrate the energy, excitement, and passion of the timeless music of Jim Morrison and The Doors like no other tribute band. With an intoxicating sound, provocative and uncompromising songs, and the mesmerizing power of singer Jim Morrison, The Doors had a transformative impact on popular music and popular culture. Based in Atlanta, The Dirty Doors faithfully recreates the magic of a Doors concert in sound and stage presence with all the classic hits like “Light My Fire,” “Riders On The Storm,” “Hello, I Love You,” and “L.A. Woman” for audiences across America. The band features Reed Barrickman on vocals, Matt Boehnlein on guitar, Geoff Lewis on keyboards and Eric Sanders on drums. At the Athens Theatre.

August 23 – 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.

August 26 – John Denver Tribute, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9pm, What Sinatra was to the 1940’s, Elvis to the 1950’s, the Beatles to the 1960’s, John Denver was to the 1970’s. He was called the song’s best friend, and Carl Bennett’s tribute show captures the true essence of this beloved music legend. Carl Bennett has been described as the “real deal” when it comes to capturing Denver’s musical likeness. His amazing voice and style is remarkable and his playlist includes all the highlights from John Denver’s top hits! His tribute is truly a walk down memory lane. So, sit back, relax and let yourself go wherever the music takes you, as John used to say, and enjoy a truly incredible John Denver Music Experience. At the Athens Theatre.

August 27 – Chicago Rewired, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:30pm, Chicago Rewired is a tribute to “Chicago” – one the longest running and most successful pop/rock groups in history with record sales topping 100,000,000 including 21 top 10 singles, 5 consecutive number one albums, 11 number one singles, and 5 gold singles. Chicago Rewired comprises a unique blend of talented and seasoned musicians from all over the Charlotte and Piedmont Triad areas, who have joined forces with the common goal of accurately replicating the timeless music of “Chicago” – the soundtrack to great memories for so many people. Come out to a show, forget about the cares of life for a while, and let the music of Chicago Rewired carry you away as you enjoy songs like “25 or 6 to 4,” “If You Leave Me Now,” “Hard Habit To Break,” “You’re The Inspiration,” and so many more! At the Athens Theatre.

August 1-7
August 8-14

August 9 – 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.

August 10 – 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!!!!!

August 12 – Peace of Woodstock, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:30pm, PEACE OF WOODSTOCK is a 90-minute music-and-visuals show that’s an in-the-moment tribute to the celebrated Woodstock Music & Art Fair, the three-day concert in August 1969. An audience of more than 400,000 travelled to Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in upstate New York 53 years ago to listen to musical acts ranging from Richie Havens and Janis Joplin to Sly and the Family Stone, Jefferson Airplane the event’s breakout group, Santana. Woodstock changed everything. Peace of Woodstock returns you to the event that defined the ‘60s. From the hippie vibe and protest songs to the flowers-in-the-hair attendees clothed in bellbottoms and tie-dye, Peace of Woodstock is a note-perfect tribute to one of popular music’s most monumental moments. At the Athens Theatre.

August 13 – Stroll our Streets, Downtown DeLand, 10am-10pm, Shop, dine and be entertained. Come early or late!

August 13 – Diamond: A Tribute to Neil Diamond, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9pm, DIAMOND is the ULTIMATE Tribute to the legendary singer/songwriter Neil Diamond as performed by Jack Berrios. DIAMOND captures the feel, the sound, the passion and the excitement of a real Neil Diamond Concert.  Jack is joined on stage with his Diamond Crew: The Diamond Girls: Janet Lamb & Kitei provide the back-up vocals and the glitter to this show. The Brother love Crew: Bradley Garrison on Congas and Talon Berrios on Vocals & Percussions provide the never ending energy & excitement on stage. DIAMOND was seen on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Daily Buzz with Andy Campbell and FUSE TV “A Different Spin” with Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 as part of the Sunburst Convention segments.  In May 2008 Neil Diamond was asked by Magic 107.7 fm radio Hosts Dave & Leslye what he thought of Jack paying Tribute to him and Neil said “I Think It’s Terrific”. This is a great show! At the Athens Theatre.

August 15-21

August 20 – Downtown DeLand Classic Car Cruise-In, E. Indiana Ave, DeLand, 4-7pm, Classic cars & rods line East Indiana Avenue in downtown DeLand. Live DJ, giveaways, shopping & dining.

August 20 – The Dirty Doors, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:15pm, The Dirty Doors celebrate the energy, excitement, and passion of the timeless music of Jim Morrison and The Doors like no other tribute band. With an intoxicating sound, provocative and uncompromising songs, and the mesmerizing power of singer Jim Morrison, The Doors had a transformative impact on popular music and popular culture. Based in Atlanta, The Dirty Doors faithfully recreates the magic of a Doors concert in sound and stage presence with all the classic hits like “Light My Fire,” “Riders On The Storm,” “Hello, I Love You,” and “L.A. Woman” for audiences across America. The band features Reed Barrickman on vocals, Matt Boehnlein on guitar, Geoff Lewis on keyboards and Eric Sanders on drums. At the Athens Theatre.

August 22-28

August 23 – 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.

August 26 – John Denver Tribute, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9pm, What Sinatra was to the 1940’s, Elvis to the 1950’s, the Beatles to the 1960’s, John Denver was to the 1970’s. He was called the song’s best friend, and Carl Bennett’s tribute show captures the true essence of this beloved music legend. Carl Bennett has been described as the “real deal” when it comes to capturing Denver’s musical likeness. His amazing voice and style is remarkable and his playlist includes all the highlights from John Denver’s top hits! His tribute is truly a walk down memory lane. So, sit back, relax and let yourself go wherever the music takes you, as John used to say, and enjoy a truly incredible John Denver Music Experience. At the Athens Theatre.

August 27 – Chicago Rewired, 124 N Florida Ave, DeLand, 7:30-9:30pm, Chicago Rewired is a tribute to “Chicago” – one the longest running and most successful pop/rock groups in history with record sales topping 100,000,000 including 21 top 10 singles, 5 consecutive number one albums, 11 number one singles, and 5 gold singles. Chicago Rewired comprises a unique blend of talented and seasoned musicians from all over the Charlotte and Piedmont Triad areas, who have joined forces with the common goal of accurately replicating the timeless music of “Chicago” – the soundtrack to great memories for so many people. Come out to a show, forget about the cares of life for a while, and let the music of Chicago Rewired carry you away as you enjoy songs like “25 or 6 to 4,” “If You Leave Me Now,” “Hard Habit To Break,” “You’re The Inspiration,” and so many more! At the Athens Theatre.

Aug 29-31

Things to do in Kissimmee

August 4 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 6 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 11 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 13 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 14 – Car and 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.

August 18 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 20 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 25 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 27-28 – Jurassic Jungle LIVE, 201 East Dakin Avenue, Kissimmee, Jurassic Jungle Inc. is the proud presenter of Jurassic Jungle LIVE, the largest touring dinosaur show in the United States. Our one-of-a-kind performance features over a dozen free-roaming dinosaurs brought to life by our team of passionate conservations and professional puppeteers. We believe in inspiring curiosity and a love of natural history through immersive experiences with dinosaurs so real, you’ll have to see it to believe it.

August 27 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 28 – Battle of the Bands, the Promenade in Kissimmee, 11am start time, Ten bands will compete for Number 1. The winning band will receive a paid two-show performance at the Promenade at Sunset Walk Plaza Stage, plus Top 3 trophies and participant awards for all 10 competitors. All genres of music. Come out and support your favorite artist! Free admission & free parking. No outside food & beverage allowed.

August 1-7

August 4 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 6 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 8-14

August 11 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 13 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 14 – Car and 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.

August 15-21

August 18 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 20 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 22-28

August 25 – Promenade Plaza Thursdays, Art, Decor and Music, 6pm start time, 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.

August 27-28 – Jurassic Jungle LIVE, 201 East Dakin Avenue, Kissimmee, Jurassic Jungle Inc. is the proud presenter of Jurassic Jungle LIVE, the largest touring dinosaur show in the United States. Our one-of-a-kind performance features over a dozen free-roaming dinosaurs brought to life by our team of passionate conservations and professional puppeteers. We believe in inspiring curiosity and a love of natural history through immersive experiences with dinosaurs so real, you’ll have to see it to believe it.

August 27 – Show Car Saturday Nights, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4-8pm, The Promenade at Sunset Walk is home to Show Car Saturday Nights. All makes and models are welcome and displayed along Margaritaville Boulevard. Car enthusiasts will enjoy the music of DJ Scotty B while admiring an amazing collection of classic to modern automobiles. The best live bands also share the Promenade Plaza Stage nightly. Throughout the evening, find your favorite restaurants and shops at the Promenade at Sunset Walk.

August 28 – Battle of the Bands, the Promenade in Kissimmee, 11am start time, Ten bands will compete for Number 1. The winning band will receive a paid two-show performance at the Promenade at Sunset Walk Plaza Stage, plus Top 3 trophies and participant awards for all 10 competitors. All genres of music. Come out and support your favorite artist! Free admission & free parking. No outside food & beverage allowed.

Aug 29-31

Things to do in Lake Mary/Sanford

August 3 – Family Movie Night – Moana, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 5:30-7:30pm, Join us for Family Movie Night at the Northwest Branch @ 5:30 PM! Bring your whole family! FREE.  For the Whole Family. No Registration Required. 

August 3 – Pop-up Park Party, 100 N Country Club Rd, Lake Mary, 12-3pm

August 9 – Pop-up Park Party, 500 Rantoul Ln, Lake Mary, 12-3pm

August 14 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Sanford Marketplace at Magnolia, 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.

August 18 – 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.

August 20 – READing Paws, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 2-4pm, Come Practice your reading skills by reading to a dog! Sign up at the Northwest Branch Library at the Information Desk. Registration begins July 20. Free. For Children.

August 20 – 31 – Local Artist Exhibit hosted by Lake Mary Museum, 158 N Country Club Rd, Follow museum hours

August 26 – Critical Mass Sanford Cycling Event, start at Pedal Driven Co. and end Deviant Wolfe Brewing, 6:15-7:30pm, Critical Mass Sanford is a monthly ride that is held on the last Friday of every month! We Take a nice easy stroll through downtown and the surrounding areas to bring awareness to cycling and the safety of cycling on the road! This is open to ALL ages and skill level. The ride will start at Pedal Driven Co. and end at Deviant Wolfe Brewing for beers, fun and community.

August 27 – Lego Club, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 2-3pm, For Kids Ages 5+: Calling all Logo builders! Build your own Lego creation or collaborate with friends. Legos are provided.

August 31 – Photography Science for Tweens 8-12, Northwest Branch Library, 5:30-7:30pm, Learn how cameras and lenses work while creating a special lens for smartphone cameras out of everyday objects. Then apply what you’ve learned by trying your hand at “macro” photography (extreme close up photography of small objects). Pre-registration required, limited space

August 1-7

August 3 – Family Movie Night – Moana, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 5:30-7:30pm, Join us for Family Movie Night at the Northwest Branch @ 5:30 PM! Bring your whole family! FREE.  For the Whole Family. No Registration Required. 

August 3 – Pop-up Park Party, 100 N Country Club Rd, Lake Mary, 12-3pm

August 8-14

August 9 – Pop-up Park Party, 500 Rantoul Ln, Lake Mary, 12-3pm

August 14 – Sanford Food Truck Fiesta, Sanford Marketplace at Magnolia, 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.

August 15-21

August 18 – 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.

August 20 – READing Paws, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 2-4pm, Come Practice your reading skills by reading to a dog! Sign up at the Northwest Branch Library at the Information Desk. Registration begins July 20. Free. For Children.

August 20 – 31 – Local Artist Exhibit hosted by Lake Mary Museum, 158 N Country Club Rd, Follow museum hours

August 22-28

August 26 – Critical Mass Sanford Cycling Event, start at Pedal Driven Co. and end Deviant Wolfe Brewing, 6:15-7:30pm, Critical Mass Sanford is a monthly ride that is held on the last Friday of every month! We Take a nice easy stroll through downtown and the surrounding areas to bring awareness to cycling and the safety of cycling on the road! This is open to ALL ages and skill level. The ride will start at Pedal Driven Co. and end at Deviant Wolfe Brewing for beers, fun and community.

August 27 – Lego Club, 580 Green Way Boulevard, Lake Mary, 2-3pm, For Kids Ages 5+: Calling all Logo builders! Build your own Lego creation or collaborate with friends. Legos are provided.

Aug 29-31

August 31 – Photography Science for Tweens 8-12, Northwest Branch Library, 5:30-7:30pm, Learn how cameras and lenses work while creating a special lens for smartphone cameras out of everyday objects. Then apply what you’ve learned by trying your hand at “macro” photography (extreme close up photography of small objects). Pre-registration required, limited space

Things to do in Lake Nona/St. Cloud

August 1 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 4 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 4 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 4 – Thrive Thursday, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 6:30-7:30pm, From healthy cooking demos to the perfect exercise routine, attend to find the bet path to a healthier and happier you!
Sponsored and facilitated by Help Against Hunger East Osceola. These free classes are held the first Thursday of every month. Pre-registration is encouraged.

August 4 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 5 – Makers Cafe: Decoupage Glass Magnets, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10-11am, Discover the art of decoupage by creating simple, patterned glass magnets. Supplies provided.

August 5 – 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.

August 6 – Back-2-School Bash!, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 10am-2pm, Join us for games, bounce house, school supplies and more!

August 8 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 9 – Quilting in the Cloud, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30am-12:30pm, Grab your sewing machines and get quilting! Join other local enthusiasts to create beautiful, handmade quilts. Limited quilting supplies available.

August 11 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 11 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 11 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 12 – 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.

August 15 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 15 – Crafty Crew, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1-3pm, Learn, share ideas, and create while in the company of others.

August 15 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 16 – Quilting in the Cloud, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30am-12:30pm, Grab your sewing machines and get quilting! Join other local enthusiasts to create beautiful, handmade quilts. Limited quilting supplies available.

August 16 – Are You Smarter than a Librarian, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Test your knowledge and skills as you go head to head with one of our library staff members in this game-show style program filled with trivia and laughs!

August 17 – Adult Movie Matinee, 3101 17th St., St Cloud, 12:30-4pm, The movie feature being shown is “The Irishman” starring Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino. This film is rated R. In the 1950s, truck driver Frank Sheeran gets involved with Russell Bufalino and his Pennsylvania crime family. As Sheeran climbs the ranks to become a top hit man, he also goes to work for Jimmy Hoffa — a powerful Teamster tied to organized crime.

August 17 – Paint Night, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Unlock your creativity each month by painting a masterpiece! Presented by local artist, Karen Robinson. Supplies provided. Registration required.

August 18 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 18 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 18 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 19 – Makers Cafe: Embroidery Card, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10am-12pm, Handcraft special occasion greeting cards using a special paper embroidery technique. Supplies provided.

August 19 – 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.

August 22 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 25 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 25 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 25 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 25 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 26 – 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.

August 27 – Operation Nerf Battle, 3001 17th Street, St Cloud, 10am-2pm, Bring your battle gear and get ready to NERF! Cost is $10/person.

August 29 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 29 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 30 – Bingo for Books, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Find out how lucky you are when you win Bingo and great books!

August 1-7

August 1 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 4 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 4 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 4 – Thrive Thursday, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 6:30-7:30pm, From healthy cooking demos to the perfect exercise routine, attend to find the bet path to a healthier and happier you!
Sponsored and facilitated by Help Against Hunger East Osceola. These free classes are held the first Thursday of every month. Pre-registration is encouraged.

August 4 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 5 – Makers Cafe: Decoupage Glass Magnets, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10-11am, Discover the art of decoupage by creating simple, patterned glass magnets. Supplies provided.

August 5 – 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.

August 6 – Back-2-School Bash!, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 10am-2pm, Join us for games, bounce house, school supplies and more!

August 8-14

August 8 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 9 – Quilting in the Cloud, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30am-12:30pm, Grab your sewing machines and get quilting! Join other local enthusiasts to create beautiful, handmade quilts. Limited quilting supplies available.

August 11 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 11 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 11 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 12 – 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.

August 15-21

August 15 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 15 – Crafty Crew, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 1-3pm, Learn, share ideas, and create while in the company of others.

August 15 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 16 – Quilting in the Cloud, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30am-12:30pm, Grab your sewing machines and get quilting! Join other local enthusiasts to create beautiful, handmade quilts. Limited quilting supplies available.

August 16 – Are You Smarter than a Librarian, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Test your knowledge and skills as you go head to head with one of our library staff members in this game-show style program filled with trivia and laughs!

August 17 – Adult Movie Matinee, 3101 17th St., St Cloud, 12:30-4pm, The movie feature being shown is “The Irishman” starring Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino. This film is rated R. In the 1950s, truck driver Frank Sheeran gets involved with Russell Bufalino and his Pennsylvania crime family. As Sheeran climbs the ranks to become a top hit man, he also goes to work for Jimmy Hoffa — a powerful Teamster tied to organized crime.

August 17 – Paint Night, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Unlock your creativity each month by painting a masterpiece! Presented by local artist, Karen Robinson. Supplies provided. Registration required.

August 18 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 18 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 18 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 19 – Makers Cafe: Embroidery Card, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 10am-12pm, Handcraft special occasion greeting cards using a special paper embroidery technique. Supplies provided.

August 19 – 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.

August 22-28

August 22 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 25 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 25 – The School District of Osceola County’s READ Bus, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:15am-12pm, The Osceola School District’s Special Programs Department is bringing their READ Bus, a renovated yellow school bus with an interior that resembles a mini pre-k classroom, to Osceola Library System’s branches. The READ Bus is equipped with resources to engage parents and families of pre-school age children and toddlers in activities to develop early literacy skills under the guidance of trained parent liaisons. Be sure to arrive early as families will be welcomed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is highly encouraged. Please call 407.870.4934 for more information. Ages 3 – 4 years old. Three available sessions as follow: 9:15 am, 10:15 am, and 11:15 am.

August 25 – Learn 2 Read, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 9:30-11:15am, Help your child develop an early love for reading. This is an interactive experience providing how-to techniques for parents and non-school age children (infants/toddlers). Presented by The Parent Involvement Team of the Osceola County School District.  Ages: Birth – 2 years old. Two available sessions as follows: 9:30 am and 10:30 am

August 25 – Florida History Series, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6:30-8pm, This exciting four lecture series will examine Florida’s social and multicultural history, from prehistoric times to the Civil War, to the present demographic growth and change in modern Florida. Major themes include the origins, development, impact, and interactions and conflicts among different population groups in Florida history. Presented by History Professor, Steve Sweetman. Lecture One: Florida’s Prehistory and Indigenous People Lecture Two: Spanish Rule in Florida and History of St. Augustine. Lecture Three: Florida’s Role in the Civil War. Lecture Four: The Growth of Florida from WWII to Present.

August 26 – 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.

August 27 – Operation Nerf Battle, 3001 17th Street, St Cloud, 10am-2pm, Bring your battle gear and get ready to NERF! Cost is $10/person.

Aug 29-31

August 29 – Community Blood Drive, 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.

August 29 – Sunlight Yoga – Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, 6-8pm, Classes are free for all to attend.

August 30 – Bingo for Books, 810 13th St, St Cloud, 6-7pm, Find out how lucky you are when you win Bingo and great books!

Things to do in Oviedo/Winter Springs

August 2 – Teen DIY Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6:30-7:30pm, Free. For Teens 13-17. This is your year teens! Bring in your supplies; we provide the swag to decorate binders, notebooks, and more! Snacks will be provided, No registration required.

August 3 – Family Movie Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, Free. For Families. Join us for the movie Dolphin’s Tale! Bring a blanket and a snack! No registration required.

August 3 – Bike & Brew at Oveido Brewing Co., 1280 Oviedo Mall Boulevard #1095, Oviedo, 6:15-9pm, Join us for a casual, beginner ride with a beer afterwards at Oviedo Brewing Company. Trail-based 9 mile ride. All skill levels welcome!

August 4 – Yak & Yarn, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 5:30-7:30pm, Yak & Yarn offers you a place to knit, crochet, or do other needlework. Bring your own project. Share tips and techniques and learn from each other. Meet your friends, or make some new ones, and catch up on your “stitches”. FREE – no registration required. For more information, call 407.665.1580

August 6 – READing Paws, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, FREE. For children to read independently with a service dog. Children can sign up to practice reading aloud to a therapy dog for 15 minutes. READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency! Pre-registration is required and will open 2 weeks before the event; space is limited. Call 407-665-1590 or stop by the East Branch to register.

August 8 – Lego Club, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6-7:30pm, FREE. For children ages 5 and up. Calling all Lego Builders! Build your own Lego creation, or collaborate with new friends. Legos provided. This program is held indoors. Pre-registration is required and will open two weeks before the event; space is limited.

August 10 – Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

August 13 – Comedy Night with Devin Siebold, 357 Center Lake Ln, Oviedo, 7-10pm, Devin Siebold is a winner of The Monsters in the Morning’s 2015 Comedian of the Year, and has been seen on FOX’s Laughs, Gotham Comedy LIVE, The Travel Channel is the star of the podcast, Crying in My Car: A Podcast for Teachers. This show is held inside The Oviedo Cultural Center at beautiful Center Lake Park. Doors will open at 7pm with bar service. Hilarity ensues at approximately 8pm. THIS SHOW IS 21+. Tickets are $10 each during early bird until they sell out, and $15 after.

August 17- Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

August 18 – Food Truck Thursday, Torcaso Park, 5-8pm, Join us for an evening filled with delicious food from local food trucks. Bring your own chairs or blanket for a picnic in the park! As parking is limited, please consider walking or riding your bike to the event if you live in the event area!

August 18 – Yak & Yarn, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 5:30-7:30pm, Yak & Yarn offers you a place to knit, crochet, or do other needlework. Bring your own project. Share tips and techniques and learn from each other. Meet your friends, or make some new ones, and catch up on your “stitches”. FREE – no registration required. For more information, call 407.665.1580

August 20 – 2022 Florida Kids and Family Expo, Orange County Convention Center, 10am – 5pm, The Florida Kids and Family Expo was created in 2014 by two Central Florida moms that want to help other families find services, products, and more for their Central Florida families. An expo that merges 150+ exhibitors (businesses, organizations, schools, products, and more) with fun-filled activities for kids is our main goal. Enjoy a day of discovery and fun for the whole family that’s indoors with more things to experience than you can do in a day.

August 20 – Oveido/Winter Springs Optimist Club Bunco, 414 King Street, Oviedo, 6:30-8:30pm, Join us for our first Bunco FUNdraiser. All levels of experience welcome! Proceeds used to support local children’s programs. Tickets are $20.

August 21 – 2022 Florida Kids and Family Expo, Orange County Convention Center, 11am – 5pm, The Florida Kids and Family Expo was created in 2014 by two Central Florida moms that want to help other families find services, products, and more for their Central Florida families. An expo that merges 150+ exhibitors (businesses, organizations, schools, products, and more) with fun-filled activities for kids is our main goal. Enjoy a day of discovery and fun for the whole family that’s indoors with more things to experience than you can do in a day.

August 25 – Food Truck Thursday at Center Lake Park, 299 Center Lake Lane, Oviedo, 5-9pm, The City of Oviedo presents Food Truck Thursday at Center Lake Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and enjoy a wide variety of food truck options. Free event, all ages welcome. This month’s food truck lineup is TBA. Food Truck Thursday is made possible by T-Mobile, Pat’s Liquors, A Budget Tree Service, Waste Pro, Bath Fitter, and The Strand Apartments.

August 25 – The Craft Corner, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6:30-7:30pm, Want to develop your artistic skills? Join us for an evening of fun and creativity as you learn to craft with common art materials every second Thursday of the month in person at the East Branch Library. Each session the librarian will demonstrate a fun and easy craft! Learn about the acrylic paint image transfer technique this month in Craft Corner. We’ll be transferring an image onto another surface for a rustic looking masterpiece! FREE. For adults 18+. No registration is required. Program will meet in the East Branch Library meeting room.

August 27 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture and history! Everyone is welcome. The program is presented in Spanish. ¡Unete a la Tertulia y participa en nuestras charlas sobre literatura, arte, música, cultura e historia en el cuarto Sábado de cada mes 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.! Todos son bienvenidos. El programa es presentado en español. FREE. No registration required. For Adults.

August 30 – 1000 Book Before Kindergarten Kickoff Celebration, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 10-11:30am, Featuring a short story time with stations and activities that promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness! Learn more about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a self-paced reading journey you can share with your child at home. No registration needed, program is free.

August 30 – Trivia Nation at Beed O’Brady’s, 1817 E Broadway St Bldg 6, Oviedo, 6:30-8:30pm, Come out and join us for our FREE, LIVE, general knowledge team trivia!! $100 in prizes!

August 30 – Family Fun Night at Semoran Skateway, 2670 Cassel Creek Blvd, Casselberry, $5 admission plus $3 regular skate rental.

August 31 – Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

August 1-7

August 2 – Teen DIY Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6:30-7:30pm, Free. For Teens 13-17. This is your year teens! Bring in your supplies; we provide the swag to decorate binders, notebooks, and more! Snacks will be provided, No registration required.

August 3 – Family Movie Night, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, Free. For Families. Join us for the movie Dolphin’s Tale! Bring a blanket and a snack! No registration required.

August 3 – Bike & Brew at Oveido Brewing Co., 1280 Oviedo Mall Boulevard #1095, Oviedo, 6:15-9pm, Join us for a casual, beginner ride with a beer afterwards at Oviedo Brewing Company. Trail-based 9 mile ride. All skill levels welcome!

August 4 – Yak & Yarn, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 5:30-7:30pm, Yak & Yarn offers you a place to knit, crochet, or do other needlework. Bring your own project. Share tips and techniques and learn from each other. Meet your friends, or make some new ones, and catch up on your “stitches”. FREE – no registration required. For more information, call 407.665.1580

August 6 – READing Paws, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, FREE. For children to read independently with a service dog. Children can sign up to practice reading aloud to a therapy dog for 15 minutes. READing Paws helps young readers gain confidence and practice fluency! Pre-registration is required and will open 2 weeks before the event; space is limited. Call 407-665-1590 or stop by the East Branch to register.

August 8-14

August 8 – Lego Club, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6-7:30pm, FREE. For children ages 5 and up. Calling all Lego Builders! Build your own Lego creation, or collaborate with new friends. Legos provided. This program is held indoors. Pre-registration is required and will open two weeks before the event; space is limited.

August 10 – Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

August 13 – Comedy Night with Devin Siebold, 357 Center Lake Ln, Oviedo, 7-10pm, Devin Siebold is a winner of The Monsters in the Morning’s 2015 Comedian of the Year, and has been seen on FOX’s Laughs, Gotham Comedy LIVE, The Travel Channel is the star of the podcast, Crying in My Car: A Podcast for Teachers. This show is held inside The Oviedo Cultural Center at beautiful Center Lake Park. Doors will open at 7pm with bar service. Hilarity ensues at approximately 8pm. THIS SHOW IS 21+. Tickets are $10 each during early bird until they sell out, and $15 after.

August 15-21

August 17- Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

August 18 – Food Truck Thursday, Torcaso Park, 5-8pm, Join us for an evening filled with delicious food from local food trucks. Bring your own chairs or blanket for a picnic in the park! As parking is limited, please consider walking or riding your bike to the event if you live in the event area!

August 18 – Yak & Yarn, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 5:30-7:30pm, Yak & Yarn offers you a place to knit, crochet, or do other needlework. Bring your own project. Share tips and techniques and learn from each other. Meet your friends, or make some new ones, and catch up on your “stitches”. FREE – no registration required. For more information, call 407.665.1580

August 20 – 2022 Florida Kids and Family Expo, Orange County Convention Center, 10am – 5pm, The Florida Kids and Family Expo was created in 2014 by two Central Florida moms that want to help other families find services, products, and more for their Central Florida families. An expo that merges 150+ exhibitors (businesses, organizations, schools, products, and more) with fun-filled activities for kids is our main goal. Enjoy a day of discovery and fun for the whole family that’s indoors with more things to experience than you can do in a day.

August 20 – Oveido/Winter Springs Optimist Club Bunco, 414 King Street, Oviedo, 6:30-8:30pm, Join us for our first Bunco FUNdraiser. All levels of experience welcome! Proceeds used to support local children’s programs. Tickets are $20.

August 21 – 2022 Florida Kids and Family Expo, Orange County Convention Center, 11am – 5pm, The Florida Kids and Family Expo was created in 2014 by two Central Florida moms that want to help other families find services, products, and more for their Central Florida families. An expo that merges 150+ exhibitors (businesses, organizations, schools, products, and more) with fun-filled activities for kids is our main goal. Enjoy a day of discovery and fun for the whole family that’s indoors with more things to experience than you can do in a day.

August 22-28

August 25 – Food Truck Thursday at Center Lake Park, 299 Center Lake Lane, Oviedo, 5-9pm, The City of Oviedo presents Food Truck Thursday at Center Lake Park. Bring your own chairs and blankets and enjoy a wide variety of food truck options. Free event, all ages welcome. This month’s food truck lineup is TBA. Food Truck Thursday is made possible by T-Mobile, Pat’s Liquors, A Budget Tree Service, Waste Pro, Bath Fitter, and The Strand Apartments.

August 25 – The Craft Corner, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 6:30-7:30pm, Want to develop your artistic skills? Join us for an evening of fun and creativity as you learn to craft with common art materials every second Thursday of the month in person at the East Branch Library. Each session the librarian will demonstrate a fun and easy craft! Learn about the acrylic paint image transfer technique this month in Craft Corner. We’ll be transferring an image onto another surface for a rustic looking masterpiece! FREE. For adults 18+. No registration is required. Program will meet in the East Branch Library meeting room.

August 27 – Tertulia Cuatro Gatos, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 2-4pm, Join the Tertulia and participate in our talks about literature, art, music, culture and history! Everyone is welcome. The program is presented in Spanish. ¡Unete a la Tertulia y participa en nuestras charlas sobre literatura, arte, música, cultura e historia en el cuarto Sábado de cada mes 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.! Todos son bienvenidos. El programa es presentado en español. FREE. No registration required. For Adults.

Aug 29-31

August 30 – 1000 Book Before Kindergarten Kickoff Celebration, East Branch Library, 310 Division Street, Oveido, 10-11:30am, Featuring a short story time with stations and activities that promote early literacy and kindergarten readiness! Learn more about 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, a self-paced reading journey you can share with your child at home. No registration needed, program is free.

August 30 – Trivia Nation at Beed O’Brady’s, 1817 E Broadway St Bldg 6, Oviedo, 6:30-8:30pm, Come out and join us for our FREE, LIVE, general knowledge team trivia!! $100 in prizes!

August 30 – Family Fun Night at Semoran Skateway, 2670 Cassel Creek Blvd, Casselberry, $5 admission plus $3 regular skate rental.

August 31 – Mommy and Me Support Group at Oveido Medical Center, 8300 Red Bug Lake Rd, Oveido, 11am-12pm, Mommy And Me is a Support Group for New Moms. Come out and meet other moms in your community, obtain valuable parenting information and professional support from Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Childbirth and Fitness Educators. Topics include: Caring for your newborn, Infant feeding, Infant pre-post feed weighs, Soothing techniques, Tips on Getting acquainted with your baby, Taking care of your needs (rest, nutrition, “minute” vacations, and family/friends involvement). We highly encourage you to bring your baby!

Things to do in Mt. Dora/Deltona

August 4 – Presidents & Their First Ladies, 1995 N Donnelly St, Mt. Dora, 2-5pm, Adults are invited to a dramatic portrayal of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt by William and Sue Willis who have been operating their own theatrical company for over 20 years. Travel back in time and revisit FDR’s tenure as U.S. president, from 1933 to 1945. No registration required.

August 5 – Water day & Food Trucks, 40541 Roger Giles Rd, Umatilla, 11am-2pm, Stop by the farm and enjoy some outdoor fun: Water bounce houses/slides, Water toys, Water misters. $5.00 per child. Bring your sunblock and chairs. We do have some seating and shade tents. We will close if inclement weather. No refunds.

August 5 – Fifties First Friday, Eustis High School, 1300 E Washington Ave, Eustis, 6-9pm, Break out your poodle skirt and saddle shoes because we’re going back to the 1950’s with Chrome 57. We will also celebrate Eustis High School with a classic Pep Rally to cheer on Marching Band and Fall athletes. GO PANTHERS GO!

August 13 – Annual Florida Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit, Donnelly Park Pavilion (corner of 5th Avenue and Donnelly Street), 11am-5pm, presented by Heron Cay Bed & Breakfast Inn & Kelvin Hair, Son of Alfred Hair.

August 14 – Annual Florida Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit, Donnelly Park Pavilion (corner of 5th Avenue and Donnelly Street), 11am-5pm, presented by Heron Cay Bed & Breakfast Inn & Kelvin Hair, Son of Alfred Hair.

August 17 – Mentalism and Hypnosis Dinner Show with Scot McFall, 901 Lakeshore Blvd, Tavares, 6:30-8:30pm, Mentalism and Hypnosis Show at Fish Camp Restaurant in Tavares. The show is August 17th. Very limited seating. If you want a table go to their website and call now. Dinner and show. https://fishcamponlakeeustis.com. Call 352-742-4400 to pay for your table or party. Three-course menu includes salad course, main course of Florida Grass Fed Ground Beef Meat Lasagne or Fish Francaise (choose your main meal at time of purchase or 4 days prior to event), dinners served with two side dishes, and dessert. This is a memorable experience and loads of fun! 

August 18 – Mount Dora Art Stroll & Art in the Alley, Mount Dora Center for the Arts, 134 E 5th Ave., Mt Dora, 6-8pm, Stroll through the art studios and galleries in downtown Mount Dora. Pick up your map at the Center for the Arts and enjoy art in the alley.

August 19 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 19 – Friday Night Naturalist: TellemTall, 520 E County Rd 44, Eustis, 6:30-9:30pm, TellemTall tales are a blend of fact and fiction about growing up in Florida from the mid-fifties to the present. A former 7th grade science teacher and longtime environmental educator, Eric Hoeppner or TellemTall, weaves tales from his childhood, days as a teacher, and even as a 19th century camp cook. Hoeppner’s travels have found him telling stories to anyone that will listen: at campgrounds on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smokey Mountain Institute at Tremont, under the Florida oaks at the Florida Folk Festival, at The Great Florida Cattle Drive, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Barberville Festival, Will McLean Festival and the Patrick Smith Days in Holopaw. Join us for some great tales and to learn what it was like to grow up in natural Florida.

August 20 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 21 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 24 – Trailer Park Murder Mystery Dinner, 901 Lakeshore Blvd, Tavares, 6:30-9pm, Guaranteed to be one of the funniest murder mysteries ever, Something New Studio’s performance of “The Double Wide Murder” happens Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30 pm. Choose between Baby Mama’s Chicken Fricassee or Fish Florentine with Alaskan Pollock and locally grown spinach. “Salad” course consists of delicious Fried Green Tomatoes and Dessert is, well, a secret. Prizes for the guests who guess the correct killer. $45 per person includes the Show, Three-Course Meal, and non-alcoholic beverages.

August 25 – Food Science for Teens: Make Salad Dressing, 314 N New Hampshire Ave #3099, Tavares, 3-4:30pm, Led by the University of Florida IFAS Center, this 90 – minute hands – on cooking class is designed for tweens and teens. Participants will learn about emulsions and create and taste homemade salad dressings. Limited to 15 participants. Please register with the Tavares Public Library.

August 27 – Growing Cut Flowers for Fall in Central Florida, 252 N Donnelly St., Mt. Dora, 8-9:30am, Yes! You CAN grow cut flowers in Central Florida! We will teach you everything you need to know.The fall cut flower planting season is around the corner! Learn how to grow an abundance of flowers that will thrive in our specific zone. Spread kindness and create beautiful bouquets from your very own garden to share with friends and family. We will teach you the best way to start, grow and harvest easy to grow fall cut flowers. All attendees will receive a collection of cut flower seeds. Also know you are doing something good for the community by attending this class; ALL proceeds will be donated to the Round Lake Charter School “Outdoor Classroom and Butterfly Garden” project. Space is limited and will sell out quickly, so grab a friend and plan to attend! Get your tickets here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/growing-cut-flowers-for-fall-in-central-florida-tickets-351979729847

August 27 – Mickey Adams – A Salute to Willie Nelson, 16439 SE 138th Terrace, Wierdsale, 7-10pm, Take an Auditory Journey with Mickey Adams and The OBO Band as they perform hit after hit by the Red-Headed Stranger, Willie Nelson. Come sing along to songs such as “Always on My Mind”, “On the Road Again”, “Pancho and Lefty” and many more.

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August 4 – Presidents & Their First Ladies, 1995 N Donnelly St, Mt. Dora, 2-5pm, Adults are invited to a dramatic portrayal of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt by William and Sue Willis who have been operating their own theatrical company for over 20 years. Travel back in time and revisit FDR’s tenure as U.S. president, from 1933 to 1945. No registration required.

August 5 – Water day & Food Trucks, 40541 Roger Giles Rd, Umatilla, 11am-2pm, Stop by the farm and enjoy some outdoor fun: Water bounce houses/slides, Water toys, Water misters. $5.00 per child. Bring your sunblock and chairs. We do have some seating and shade tents. We will close if inclement weather. No refunds.

August 5 – Fifties First Friday, Eustis High School, 1300 E Washington Ave, Eustis, 6-9pm, Break out your poodle skirt and saddle shoes because we’re going back to the 1950’s with Chrome 57. We will also celebrate Eustis High School with a classic Pep Rally to cheer on Marching Band and Fall athletes. GO PANTHERS GO!

August 8-14

August 13 – Annual Florida Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit, Donnelly Park Pavilion (corner of 5th Avenue and Donnelly Street), 11am-5pm, presented by Heron Cay Bed & Breakfast Inn & Kelvin Hair, Son of Alfred Hair.

August 14 – Annual Florida Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit, Donnelly Park Pavilion (corner of 5th Avenue and Donnelly Street), 11am-5pm, presented by Heron Cay Bed & Breakfast Inn & Kelvin Hair, Son of Alfred Hair.

August 15-21

August 17 – Mentalism and Hypnosis Dinner Show with Scot McFall, 901 Lakeshore Blvd, Tavares, 6:30-8:30pm, Mentalism and Hypnosis Show at Fish Camp Restaurant in Tavares. The show is August 17th. Very limited seating. If you want a table go to their website and call now. Dinner and show. https://fishcamponlakeeustis.com. Call 352-742-4400 to pay for your table or party. Three-course menu includes salad course, main course of Florida Grass Fed Ground Beef Meat Lasagne or Fish Francaise (choose your main meal at time of purchase or 4 days prior to event), dinners served with two side dishes, and dessert. This is a memorable experience and loads of fun! 

August 18 – Mount Dora Art Stroll & Art in the Alley, Mount Dora Center for the Arts, 134 E 5th Ave., Mt Dora, 6-8pm, Stroll through the art studios and galleries in downtown Mount Dora. Pick up your map at the Center for the Arts and enjoy art in the alley.

August 19 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 19 – Friday Night Naturalist: TellemTall, 520 E County Rd 44, Eustis, 6:30-9:30pm, TellemTall tales are a blend of fact and fiction about growing up in Florida from the mid-fifties to the present. A former 7th grade science teacher and longtime environmental educator, Eric Hoeppner or TellemTall, weaves tales from his childhood, days as a teacher, and even as a 19th century camp cook. Hoeppner’s travels have found him telling stories to anyone that will listen: at campgrounds on the Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smokey Mountain Institute at Tremont, under the Florida oaks at the Florida Folk Festival, at The Great Florida Cattle Drive, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Barberville Festival, Will McLean Festival and the Patrick Smith Days in Holopaw. Join us for some great tales and to learn what it was like to grow up in natural Florida.

August 20 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 21 – Yard Sale Summer, 20651 US-441, Mt Dora, 8am-4pm, Clean out and bring it to Renninger’s for three days of selling everything!!! Food fun and lot’s of deals. Antiques, household, vintage, new and used!!! Free Parking & Admission! Pet Friendly!! Visit both the Antique Center and Flea Market.

August 22-28

August 24 – Trailer Park Murder Mystery Dinner, 901 Lakeshore Blvd, Tavares, 6:30-9pm, Guaranteed to be one of the funniest murder mysteries ever, Something New Studio’s performance of “The Double Wide Murder” happens Wednesday, August 24th at 6:30 pm. Choose between Baby Mama’s Chicken Fricassee or Fish Florentine with Alaskan Pollock and locally grown spinach. “Salad” course consists of delicious Fried Green Tomatoes and Dessert is, well, a secret. Prizes for the guests who guess the correct killer. $45 per person includes the Show, Three-Course Meal, and non-alcoholic beverages.

August 25 – Food Science for Teens: Make Salad Dressing, 314 N New Hampshire Ave #3099, Tavares, 3-4:30pm, Led by the University of Florida IFAS Center, this 90 – minute hands – on cooking class is designed for tweens and teens. Participants will learn about emulsions and create and taste homemade salad dressings. Limited to 15 participants. Please register with the Tavares Public Library.

August 27 – Growing Cut Flowers for Fall in Central Florida, 252 N Donnelly St., Mt. Dora, 8-9:30am, Yes! You CAN grow cut flowers in Central Florida! We will teach you everything you need to know.The fall cut flower planting season is around the corner! Learn how to grow an abundance of flowers that will thrive in our specific zone. Spread kindness and create beautiful bouquets from your very own garden to share with friends and family. We will teach you the best way to start, grow and harvest easy to grow fall cut flowers. All attendees will receive a collection of cut flower seeds. Also know you are doing something good for the community by attending this class; ALL proceeds will be donated to the Round Lake Charter School “Outdoor Classroom and Butterfly Garden” project. Space is limited and will sell out quickly, so grab a friend and plan to attend! Get your tickets here! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/growing-cut-flowers-for-fall-in-central-florida-tickets-351979729847

August 27 – Mickey Adams – A Salute to Willie Nelson, 16439 SE 138th Terrace, Wierdsale, 7-10pm, Take an Auditory Journey with Mickey Adams and The OBO Band as they perform hit after hit by the Red-Headed Stranger, Willie Nelson. Come sing along to songs such as “Always on My Mind”, “On the Road Again”, “Pancho and Lefty” and many more.

Aug 29-31

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Things to do in Maitland/Altamonte

August 1 – Summer Afternoon Adventurers, 281 N. Maitland Ave., Altamonte Springs, 1-2:30pm, Weekly story time for grades 3 to 5. Sessions include reading book chapters aloud followed by hands-on activities connected to the book’s theme. Registration Required.

August 7 – Music Mason Jar Vase, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 7pm, Join us as we create music-themed vases with sheet music and mason jars. For ages 16 and up. Materials provided–just bring your creativity! Please register at the Reference Desk or by calling 407-647-7700.

August 12 – Harp Concert, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 3pm, Come enjoy our Summer Reading Program closing concert, with professional harpist Christine MacPhail.

August 13 – India’s 75th Anniversary Day Parade, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 2-9pm, Celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence with cultural music and dance performances, food, vendors and a special parade and unity walk. Presented by the Central Florida Indian Cultural Association.

August 14 – Painting with a Twist Family Day, 851 W State Rd. 436, #1013 Altamonte Springs, 1-2:30pm, Painting: In Seurat’s Garden, PRE -REGISTRATION REQUIRED: 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. **If you are watching your child paint – you MUST note this under ‘special request’ ** ARRIVAL TIME: Please arrive 15 minutes early to get settled in! GROUPS: If you’re coming with others, but making reservations separately. Note the group name under special request and we will seat you together. ALCOHOL POLICY: No Alcohol permitted in All Ages events. $30/person.

August 19 – Central Florida’s Big Event – Friday Pop Up, Eastmonte Park, 830 Magnolia Drive, Altamonte Springs, 11am-8pm, Our Friday, August 19th Pop-Up Shops event will be packed with small businesses offering clothing, beauty, home décor, personal care, wellness, and more. Get a make-over, try out new gadgets, play a few games, enter a raffle, and shop till your hearts content. This event is FREE to attend and plenty of parking is available. Enjoy a sunny afternoon indoors with excellent air conditioning! Just a few feet from our event, children can play sports and enjoy the playground area (handicap accessible). There’s fun for the whole family!

August 19 – Vietnamese Cooking with Ha Roda, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 3pm, Join local chef Ha Roda as she demonstrates how to cook Vietnamese Papaya Salad. Enjoy a sample after the class! Space is limited. Please register at the Reference Desk or by calling 407-647-7700.

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August 1-7

August 1 – Summer Afternoon Adventurers, 281 N. Maitland Ave., Altamonte Springs, 1-2:30pm, Weekly story time for grades 3 to 5. Sessions include reading book chapters aloud followed by hands-on activities connected to the book’s theme. Registration Required.

August 7 – Music Mason Jar Vase, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 7pm, Join us as we create music-themed vases with sheet music and mason jars. For ages 16 and up. Materials provided–just bring your creativity! Please register at the Reference Desk or by calling 407-647-7700.

August 8-14

August 12 – Harp Concert, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 3pm, Come enjoy our Summer Reading Program closing concert, with professional harpist Christine MacPhail.

August 13 – India’s 75th Anniversary Day Parade, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 2-9pm, Celebrate the 75th anniversary of India’s independence with cultural music and dance performances, food, vendors and a special parade and unity walk. Presented by the Central Florida Indian Cultural Association.

August 14 – Painting with a Twist Family Day, 851 W State Rd. 436, #1013 Altamonte Springs, 1-2:30pm, Painting: In Seurat’s Garden, PRE -REGISTRATION REQUIRED: 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. **If you are watching your child paint – you MUST note this under ‘special request’ ** ARRIVAL TIME: Please arrive 15 minutes early to get settled in! GROUPS: If you’re coming with others, but making reservations separately. Note the group name under special request and we will seat you together. ALCOHOL POLICY: No Alcohol permitted in All Ages events. $30/person.

August 15-21

August 19 – Central Florida’s Big Event – Friday Pop Up, Eastmonte Park, 830 Magnolia Drive, Altamonte Springs, 11am-8pm, Our Friday, August 19th Pop-Up Shops event will be packed with small businesses offering clothing, beauty, home décor, personal care, wellness, and more. Get a make-over, try out new gadgets, play a few games, enter a raffle, and shop till your hearts content. This event is FREE to attend and plenty of parking is available. Enjoy a sunny afternoon indoors with excellent air conditioning! Just a few feet from our event, children can play sports and enjoy the playground area (handicap accessible). There’s fun for the whole family!

August 19 – Vietnamese Cooking with Ha Roda, 501 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, 3pm, Join local chef Ha Roda as she demonstrates how to cook Vietnamese Papaya Salad. Enjoy a sample after the class! Space is limited. Please register at the Reference Desk or by calling 407-647-7700.

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Aug 29-31

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Space Events

August 1-2 – Meet Astronaut Brian Duffy, 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.

August 1-7 – Artemis Mission Manual Scavenger Hunt, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, The Artemis mission manual has returned to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Start your adventure during your next visit! Explore the visitor complex and stop at six Artemis-themed education stations. There, you will see a QR code that will scan on your mobile device to view a short video. With the information found in the video, answer the related question found in the book. Each station is custom created for a segment of NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions: Explore Ground Systems, Space Launch System, Orion, Lunar Landers, Gateway, and Artemis Generation Spacesuits. Once you answer the question, place the appropriate sticker on the map to show you completed that station. After you visit all six stations, return to Information or Space Shop on your way out to collect a prize!

August 3 – 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.

August 3-6 – Meet Astronaut Terrence Wilcutt, 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.

August 7-11 – Meet Astronaut Ken Cameron, 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.

August 12-16 – Meet Astronaut Sam Gemar, 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.

August 17 – 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.

August 17-22 – Meet Astronaut Bill McArthur, 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.

August 23-27 – Meet Astronaut Jack Lousma, 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.

August 28-30 – Meet Astronaut Winston Scott, 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.

August 31 – Meet Astronaut Woody Spring, 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.

August 1-7

August 1-2 – Meet Astronaut Brian Duffy, 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.

August 1-7 – Artemis Mission Manual Scavenger Hunt, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, The Artemis mission manual has returned to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Start your adventure during your next visit! Explore the visitor complex and stop at six Artemis-themed education stations. There, you will see a QR code that will scan on your mobile device to view a short video. With the information found in the video, answer the related question found in the book. Each station is custom created for a segment of NASA’s upcoming Artemis missions: Explore Ground Systems, Space Launch System, Orion, Lunar Landers, Gateway, and Artemis Generation Spacesuits. Once you answer the question, place the appropriate sticker on the map to show you completed that station. After you visit all six stations, return to Information or Space Shop on your way out to collect a prize!

August 3 – 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.

August 3-6 – Meet Astronaut Terrence Wilcutt, 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.

August 7-11 – Meet Astronaut Ken Cameron, 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.

August 8-14

August 12-16 – Meet Astronaut Sam Gemar, 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.

August 15-21

August 17 – 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.

August 17-22 – Meet Astronaut Bill McArthur, 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.

August 22-28

August 23-27 – Meet Astronaut Jack Lousma, 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.

August 28-30 – Meet Astronaut Winston Scott, 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.

Aug 29-31

August 31 – Meet Astronaut Woody Spring, 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

August 4 – Atlas V SBIRS GEO6, Space Launch Complex 41 • Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Time is TBD, A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V 421 rocket is launching the sixth Space Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (SBIRS GEO 6) missile detection and early warning satellite for the U.S. Space Force’s Space Systems Command (SSC).

August 29 – Artemis I, Launch Pad 39B, Kennedy Space Center, 8:33am, Artemis I is the inaugural launch of NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Be sure to keep an eye out for this historic launch and upcoming launch viewing opportunities from the visitor complex

Theme Park Events

August 1-31 EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, Disney’s EPCOT, Park open to close, Take a taste tour across 6 continents and more!

August 1 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 1 – Tanner Johnson, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Feel the passion of this dynamic violinist as he performs pop favorites.

August 1 – Motown and More, Disney Springs Waterside Stage, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Rock out to classic blues and rock tunes.

August 1 – Mighty Swell, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Fun abounds as this fast-paced band plays country hits, classic rock and bluegrass.

August 1 – Hacksaw Hamlin, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Treat yourself to music that incorporates elements of country rock, R&B and blues.

August 2 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 2 – Tanner Johnson, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Feel the passion of this dynamic violinist as he performs pop favorites.

August 2 – Sugar Vibe, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Get amped up for performances from a party rock band.

August 2 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 2 – iNtensity, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 7pm & 7:45pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Be captivated by the piano playing of Joseph Billups, as he blends old school soul with new school flavor.

August 3 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 3 – Sugar Vibe, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Get amped up for performances from a party rock band. August 3 – Drey-C, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Dance along to the sound of pop/R&B singer and songwriter Drey-C.

August 3 – La Calle, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Dance along to a high-energy, interactive show of Latin-pop music.

August 4 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 4 – Drey-C, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Dance along to the sound of pop/R&B singer and songwriter Drey-C.

August 4 – Mighty Swell, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Fun abounds as this fast-paced band plays country hits, classic rock and bluegrass.

August 4 – Kalinka, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Let your spirit soar to the sound of tarantellas, tangos and much more.

August 4 – Dominic Gaudious, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Discover the unique style of an artist who blends the sounds of rock, Spanish folk and world beat.

August 4 – Don Black, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Come listen to Don Black and his saxophone!

August 5 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 5 – Bryan Malpass, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Get carried away by music that’s a hybrid of feel-good pop, soul and country.

August 5 – Fire Lake, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Don’t miss this band’s tribute to Elvis, Ray Charles, Van Morrison and more.

August 5 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 5 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 6 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 6 – Fire Lake, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Don’t miss this band’s tribute to Elvis, Ray Charles, Van Morrison and more.

August 6 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 6 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 6 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 7 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 7 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 8 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 8 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 9 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 9 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 10 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 10 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 11 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 11 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 12 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 12 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 12 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 13 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 13 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 14 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 16 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 19 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 20 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 23 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 25 – Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Reopening, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Behold a royal transformation as children become elegant princesses and shining knights—right before your eyes!

August 25-27 – Music After Dark, Universal Orlando Resort, Music After Dark is your opportunity to experience Maroon 5 as they bring their 2022 stadium and arena world tour performance to the Universal Music Plaza stage for a boutique concert. The venue and crowd will be a fraction of the size of any other M5 engagement! During your ultimate visit to Universal Orlando Resort, feel like a Rockstar VIP with a Universal CityWalk M5 fan celebration private block party with unlimited food & drink (must be 21+ to consume open bar), hotel accommodations, short lines for rides and attractions at an exclusive late night experience (until 1:00am!) at Universal Studios Florida with even more unlimited food and drinks (must be 21+ to consume open bar), plus a ½ day pass to Universal’s Islands of Adventure. This Music After Dark Maroon 5 event is the perfect end of summer celebration! Maroon 5 concert is on the 26th.

August 26 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters. August 27 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 30 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 1-7

August 1 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 1 – Tanner Johnson, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Feel the passion of this dynamic violinist as he performs pop favorites.

August 1 – Motown and More, Disney Springs Waterside Stage, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Rock out to classic blues and rock tunes.

August 1 – Mighty Swell, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Fun abounds as this fast-paced band plays country hits, classic rock and bluegrass.

August 1 – Hacksaw Hamlin, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Treat yourself to music that incorporates elements of country rock, R&B and blues.

August 2 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 2 – Tanner Johnson, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Feel the passion of this dynamic violinist as he performs pop favorites.

August 2 – Sugar Vibe, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Get amped up for performances from a party rock band.

August 2 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 2 – iNtensity, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 7pm & 7:45pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Be captivated by the piano playing of Joseph Billups, as he blends old school soul with new school flavor.

August 3 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 3 – Sugar Vibe, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Get amped up for performances from a party rock band. August 3 – Drey-C, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Dance along to the sound of pop/R&B singer and songwriter Drey-C.

August 3 – La Calle, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Dance along to a high-energy, interactive show of Latin-pop music.

August 4 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 4 – Drey-C, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 7pm & 8pm & 9:15pm & 10:15pm, Dance along to the sound of pop/R&B singer and songwriter Drey-C.

August 4 – Mighty Swell, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Fun abounds as this fast-paced band plays country hits, classic rock and bluegrass.

August 4 – Kalinka, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Let your spirit soar to the sound of tarantellas, tangos and much more.

August 4 – Dominic Gaudious, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Discover the unique style of an artist who blends the sounds of rock, Spanish folk and world beat.

August 4 – Don Black, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Come listen to Don Black and his saxophone!

August 5 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 5 – Bryan Malpass, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 5:30pm & 6:50pm & 7:50pm & 8:50pm, Get carried away by music that’s a hybrid of feel-good pop, soul and country.

August 5 – Fire Lake, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Don’t miss this band’s tribute to Elvis, Ray Charles, Van Morrison and more.

August 5 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 5 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 6 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 6 – Fire Lake, Disney Springs Waterview Park, 6:15pm & 7:15pm & 8:15pm & 9:15pm, Don’t miss this band’s tribute to Elvis, Ray Charles, Van Morrison and more.

August 6 – Nicholas Marks, Disney Springs Orange Node (located between the Orange Garage and Coca-Cola Store), 6:20pm & 7:20pm & 8:20pm & 9:35pm, Come out to see the performer often referred to as the “Jimi Hendrix” of Flamenco music perform his unique “Flamenco Pop” sound.

August 6 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 6 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 7 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 7 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 8-14

August 8 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 8 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 9 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 9 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 10 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 10 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 11 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 11 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 12 – Flavors of Florida, Disney Springs, A summer food event featuring summer flavors with inspired eats and refreshing sips during Flavors of Florida. Foods featured in the festival are at the following locations within Disney Springs: Amorette’s Patisserie, Chef’s Art Smith’s Homecomin’, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar, Dockside Margaritas, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, Frontera Cocina, Gideon’s Bakehouse, Goofy’s Candy Co. & Disney’s Candy Cauldron, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, Jaleo by José Andrés, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, Marketplace Snacks, Morimoto Asia, Paddlefish, Paradiso 37, Ragland Road Irish Pub and Restaurant, Splitsville’s Bamboo Bar, STK Orlando, Terralina Crafted Italian, The BOATHOUSE, The Ganachery, The Polite Pig, Vivoli il Gelato, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, YeSake.

August 12 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 12 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 13 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 13 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 14 – ZOM-BEATZ BASH, Disney Springs AdventHealth Waterside Stage, 6:30pm & 9:30pm, Bring the party to life at this dance-filled, DJ-hosted event featuring music from the ZOMBIES movies.

August 15-21

August 16 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 19 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 20 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

August 22-28

August 23 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

August 25 – Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Reopening, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Behold a royal transformation as children become elegant princesses and shining knights—right before your eyes!

August 25-27 – Music After Dark, Universal Orlando Resort, Music After Dark is your opportunity to experience Maroon 5 as they bring their 2022 stadium and arena world tour performance to the Universal Music Plaza stage for a boutique concert. The venue and crowd will be a fraction of the size of any other M5 engagement! During your ultimate visit to Universal Orlando Resort, feel like a Rockstar VIP with a Universal CityWalk M5 fan celebration private block party with unlimited food & drink (must be 21+ to consume open bar), hotel accommodations, short lines for rides and attractions at an exclusive late night experience (until 1:00am!) at Universal Studios Florida with even more unlimited food and drinks (must be 21+ to consume open bar), plus a ½ day pass to Universal’s Islands of Adventure. This Music After Dark Maroon 5 event is the perfect end of summer celebration! Maroon 5 concert is on the 26th.

August 26 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters. August 27 – Disney H2O Glow After Hours, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon, 8-11pm, Splash into fun during a 3-hour glow party at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park—after the park closes to other Guests! Enjoy favorite attractions, tasty snacks, a DJ dance party and more.

Aug 29-31

August 30 – Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Disney’s Magic Kingdom, 7pm-12am, Get your favorite costume ready for a frightfully fun event! Come collect candies and treats while Magic Kingdom park thrills you and chills you with eerie entertainment, favorite attractions and beloved Disney Characters.

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