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HAPPY HOUR TOURS AT THE ALFOND INN

May 1, Tours occur the first Wednesday of each month.  Join a Cornell Fine Arts Museum staff member for a guided tour of selections from The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art on view at the inn in Winter Park.  Meet in the lobby for the tour which lasts about 45 minutes, then enjoy happy hour in the lounge area of Hamilton’s Kitchen.  thealfondinn.com/

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DERBY DAY 4 AUTISM 

May 4, 3:30pm. Since 2008, Loyal Source has sponsored this event which raises funds for over 13,000 families served by the UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities.  The party provides the ultimate Kentucky Derby viewing experience with TVs, food, premium open bars, music, dancing, Best Hat contest with an exciting prize.  Purchase your tickets at derbydayorlando.com/

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THE GOAT OR, WHO IS SYLVIA?   

Through May 5 at Theater On The Edge in Orlando.  A play by Edward Albee about a married, middle-aged architect, Martin, his wife Stevie, and their son Billy, whose lives crumble when Martin’s love is focused elsewhere. Through showing this family in crisis, Albee challenges audience members to question their own moral judgment of social taboos.  (407) 309-0106.  Theaterontheedge.org

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BIKE MS:  THE CITRUS TOUR 

May 4 & 5 beginning and ending at Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate.  20, 50, 75 and 100 mile route options.  Bike MS is a fundraising cycling series supporting the National MS Society.  With food and drink to fuel the ride and mechanical and medical assistance wherever needed, you’ll be fully supported at Bike MS.  Register in advance at secure.nationalmssociety.org

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FILM SLAM 

May 5, 1pm at Enzian Theater in Maitland.  A screening outlet for indie and student filmmakers throughout the State of Florida to showcase their work on the big screen for friends, family, cast, crew and cinema lovers of all kinds.  Audience votes for their favorite film to move on.  All films are under 20 minutes.  More info at enzian.org (407) 629-0054

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BROADWAY & ALL THAT JAZZ 

May 9 & 10, 8pm at the Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater.  Featuring jazz from Broadway: West Side Story, Cabaret, Chicago, Nine & more.  Catch The Jazz Orchestra at Dr. Phillips Center during their season finale for a night of great big band jazz. Classic jazz from Broadway comes to life.  Drphillipscenter.org 

(844) 513-2014

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OVER THE EDGE WITH MISSION UNITED 

May 11, you can rappel down the Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center.  There is a non-refundable $100 registration fee. In order to qualify to rappel, Edgers must raise a minimum of $1,000.  This extreme fundraiser benefits Heart of Florida United Way’s Mission United.   Mission United is ensuring that veterans have access to services they need to have a better life.  Space is limited, register at www.hfuw.org

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INTERPOL 

May 11, 8pm at Hard Rock Live.  Table seating only available through the Hard Rock Live Box Office (407)351-5483 American Rock band from Manhattan touring the latest album, A Fine Mess.  

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BEER ‘MERICA CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL 

May 18, 3pm at Gaston Edwards Park.  In celebration of American Craft Beer Week, Beer ‘Merica will feature 100 different craft brews to sample from, all from the USA.  Live music, food trucks, wrestling, adult games and more!  Limited amount of VIP tickets available. BeerMericaOrlando.com

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ART NIGHT OUT:  MACRAME 101 

May 29, 6-8:30pm at the Orlando Museum of Art.  Learn how to weave your fingers through three basic knots to sculpt beautiful, hand-knotted fiber art for your home. Class includes all materials and an illustrated take-home guide to help you practice what you learned.  Visitors: $30/Members: $27.  Class price includes all materials and an adult beverage.  Space is limited and pre-registration is required. omart.org

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