Presented by Publix Aprons Cooking School, this is Orlando’s 30-Day Restaurant Week, featuring the best restaurants and chefs driving Orlando’s culinary scene. Each restaurant will feature special three-course prix fixe menus for $30. Post your Instagram pics with #bite30 to win fabulous prizes! Visit bite30.com for more info.
Thursdays at 3:30pm at Massimo Art Gallery, 11062 International Dr S., Orlando. Learn step by step techniques, tips and tricks in watercolor, illustrated through short demos, to complete a painting. Learn how to enhance your paintings with other mediums. No drawing experience required. Beginners welcome. 2-hour class, $30. (407) 350-9218 www.massimogallery.com
Red Shirt Pride Day
June 1 at Magic Kingdom. Join fellow LGBT+ and allies showcasing solidarity and compassion for worldwide kindness and empathy. This annual tradition invites you to wear a red shirt, inspired by the original 30 or 40 people with “kindred spirits” that bravely met at Magic Kingdom back in 1991. This social gathering has grown to become one of the longest running, most iconic events in LGBT+ history. kindredpride.org
Movie Night at the Leu: The Quiet Place
June 7 at 6pm. Bring dinner and seating. Alcohol is permitted. Under 13 years of age requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Curbie’s Sidewalk Cafe will be selling food and Peak Season Pops will be selling popsicles and popcorn. www.leugardens.org
Winter Garden Summer Sidewalk Sale
June 8 at 11am-7pm. Stroll and shop the sale racks and tables on the sidewalks in historic Downtown Winter Garden. Enter free raffles at select merchants, live music and a free Children’s Art Project hosted by the Winter Garden Art Association at SOBO Art Gallery.
Florence + The Machine
June 8, 7:30pm at the Amway Center. The band plays “Moderation” and “Haunted House.” Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats join the tour as special guests. www.amwaycenter.com
Indoor Farmers Market
June 9, noon-4pm at Celine Orlando, 22 S. Magnolia Ave. Shop fresh produce and meats from 100% local growers, eat lunches and snacks, discover new brands and products & indoor bar. One day only, stroller, kid & dog friendly. Free admission.
“Easy to Love”
June 16, 2-4pm at Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E Central Blvd, Orlando. Esther Williams water skis and swims to Busby Berkeley’s aquatic choreography at fabulous Cypress Gardens in its prime, 1953. The SunScreens Sunday matinees feature films linked to Florida. They supply the popcorn, along with fascinating facts about each film. $8. (407) 836-8500
Dining in the Dark
June 20, 6-9pm at the Second Harvest Food Bank, 411 Mercy Dr. in Orlando. Celebrate Lighthouse Central Florida and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida’s summer programs for children. Dining in the Dark is a unique sensory experience like no other! Guests will enter a world of aroma, taste, sound, & texture in total darkness! Purchase tickets at lighthousecfl.org
Youth Pride Prom
June 22, 6-10pm at the Orlando Museum of Art. The prom is open to LGBTQ+ youth ages 14-20 dress code is semi-formal to formal and all forms of gender expression are welcomed. Featuring: Dancing, Drag Performances and Art Exhibits! More info at www.zebrayouth.org