Take your family (and your taste-buds) on an adventure of food and wines at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival from Sept. 19 to Nov. 10.
Each fall, Disney’s EPCOT offers the flavors of 30 global marketplaces along with cooking demos, tastings, wine-pairings, and decadent desserts.
Formerly in Winter Park, locally owned cafe reopens in Baldwin Park.
Step into Café 906 in its new home, comfortably situated among the other restaurants in Baldwin Park’s “restaurant row,” and you step into France.
In this not-to-be-missed event, Orlando’s Shakespeare Theater takes on one of the greatest Broadway blockbusters of all time as they open their season with “Les Miserables.”
Since their “flash-mob” performance at Millenia Mall was picked up by national TV, the video has gone viral and the box office has exploded – meaning you need to call and get your tickets.
Foodie alert! Do not miss this! More than 75 restaurants are serving up big savings this September during Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month.
With the greatest number of restaurants in the program’s nine-year history, this is your chance to have a magical meal at the restaurant you’ve been hungry for.
More than 75 restaurants are serving up savings this September during Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month.
With the greatest number of restaurants in the program’s nine-year history, this year’s event includes more dates thanks to the addition of the special preview week, which began on Aug. 25.
Art & History Museums – Maitland gives voice to the Hispanic community in its new exhibit “Lengua Materna” opening Aug. 22 at A&H’s Maitland Art Center.
Translated as “mother tongue,” the exhibit presents universal ideas through the unique vision of Hispanic culture with artists representing diverse communities in a variety of media.
In 2011 Orlando launched Orlando Cares, bringing volunteers to help young people improve their academic success.
Through six programs, volunteers have helped more than 6,000 children.
Orlando’s original art party is the award-winning 1st Thursdays presented by the Orlando Museum of Art’s volunteer group.
Beginning at 6 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month, OMA showcases new artwork (for sale), live music and tastings from area restaurants.
I can only report this phenomenon one time in our lifetime, so here goes:August of 2014 – has five Fridays, five Saturdays and five Sundays. Curious, you say? Yes, indeed.
This happens only once every 823 years, and aren’t we lucky it’s a month in which many of us take a vacation. Party on, dude!
Good news: In recent research, USA Today’s Tripology found that Orlando was the top destination for family vacationers.
The award recognizes affordable family destinations that travellers are most interested in – one more reason to take pride in our hometown!
Director Ken Howard takes on this re-envisioning of Michael Wanzie’s wildly successful comedy with a cast of Central Florida’s favorite actresses.
Comic references to a community within walking distance of the theater make for some very funny art-imitating-life moments.
In one of the funniest musicals ever presented at the Winter Park Playhouse, “SHOUT! The Mod Musical” returns to the Playhouse through July 19.
The hit musical tells the story of five women coming of age in 1960s London and features an incredible collection of ’60s classics.
While the three-dimensionality of sculpture makes it a favorite for art-lovers, most art patrons have little concept of the steps necessary to bring a metal sculpture to a finished state.
OMArt’s “original art party” is at the Orlando Museum of Art in Orlando.
Each summer the Morse Museum organizes free programs for elementary-school-aged children. The series begins Friday, June 27, with a family-friendly film showing.
After the films, children and parents will take guided tours of the galleries to see objects actually exhibited at these fairs. How cool is that?
More than 100 orchestra and rock musicians will come together to present an eclectic concert featuring some of the best music ever to come out of England.
Focused on symphonic compositions of the early 1900s and rock ‘n’ roll from the late 20th century, this concert features everything from “Pomp and Circumstance” to the greatest hits of The Beatles.