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EMPTY BOWLS CENTRAL FLORIDA

Oct. 9, 11am-1:30pm at Live Oak Event Center, 4115 Pyxis Lane.  Over 600 handcrafted ceramic bowls have been custom glazed by UCF art students.  Select a bowl and enjoy a soup luncheon.   All proceeds will be split 50/50 among Knights Helping Knights Pantry at UCF and United Global Outreach; two organizations that support our students and local community in need.  Donate in advance on Eventbrite.  

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ADVENTHEALTH PINK NIGHT OUT

Oct. 11. 6-11pm at The Ballroom at Church Street.  A night celebrating just how FIERCE breast cancer SURVIVORS truly are! An evening of fashion, beauty and wellness, performance art and unique experiences.   Breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic and her husband Bill will be speaking.  Hosted by the Orlando Sentinel, tickets on Eventbrite.  

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HAUNTING TALES

Oct. 11, 7:30-10pm at Harry P. Leu Gardens.  Gates open at 6pm.  Goose-bump stories begin at 7:30pm for all ages followed by an intermission, and then the wickedest of storytellers will raise the hair on your arms.  Food available for purchase or you may bring a dinner picnic basket. Alcohol is permitted. Bring a chair or blanket, this is an outdoor event, weather permitting. leugardens.org

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WINDERMERE CRAFT BEER FEST

Oct. 12, 4-8pm.  Craft Beer for a cause,  Held in beautiful Downtown Windermere, this will benefit the Windermere Police Department Foundation, Inc. and the Florida Brewers Guild.  Live music, food vendors and samples of local craft beers.  windermerecraftbeerfest.com

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WITCHES & REAPERS HALLOWEEN PADDLE

Oct. 19, 8:30-10:30am at Lake Ivanhoe Park, 57 S Ivanhoe Blvd.  Dress up as witches and reapers and hit the water for an awesome Halloween parade SUP style.  Free to attend with your own equipment.  Rent one from Lake Life Paddle for $36. This includes all equipment and instructors to guide you. This may not be the best session for first timers as your costume may inhibit your movement.  lakelifepaddle.com

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SUCCULENT PUMPKIN CENTERPIECE WORKSHOP

Oct. 19, 10am at the East End Market.  Learn step-by-step how to make a long-lasting fall centerpiece.  Bring a medium (10”-12” wide) pumpkin and floral scissors to class. All other materials provided. Please contact Eileen (farmgalflowers@gmail.com) for any questions. Seats are limited, register online. eastendmkt.com

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WILL’S A FAIRE VINTAGE & INDIE ART FALL MARKET

Oct. 20, 1-8:30pm at Will’s Pub, 1042 N Mills Ave.  A one day  retro, vintage, and handmade market, it’s the Biggest Outdoor/Indoor Vendor Market in Orlando, with 80 Vendors.  Fun for the entire family with food trucks, music and more. FB@WillsAFaire

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LES MISÉRABLES

Oct. 22-27 at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.  Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, “Les Misérables” tells a story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption and the survival of the human spirit. Featuring the beloved song “I Dreamed A Dream.”  drphillipscenter.org

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HALLOWEENFEST

Oct. 31, 6-8pm in downtown Winter Garden.  Trick or Treat along Plant Street with the Downtown Merchants. Features live entertainment, local vendors and family activities!  Enjoy a safe night of haunted happenings with the entire family! cwgdn.com/408/Halloweenfest

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VAMPIRE’S BALL

Oct. 31, 7:30pm at the Dr. Phillips Center.  The Orlando Ballet presents a Hauntingly good time with the newly ‘revamped’, Vampire’s Ball, opening on Halloween night! With striking sets and costumes to dazzle, you’re in for a treat so join us if you dare!  A part of the Orlando Ballet 19/20 Season.  drphillipscenter.org

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