Here’s a look at some of the top events taking place this weekend. Visit the complete events calendar by clicking on “Events” in our main menu.

Friday, March 28

Orlando Critical Mass Bike Ride

March 28 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Recurring Event (See all)
Critical Mass is a casual bike ride starting from Downtown Orlando and going wherever. Cars rule the road every day, but one day a month we get together to celebrate our love for bicycles and have fun riding our bikes. This is generally a slow-paced ride where persons of all skill levels can participate. People start gathering around 5:30 and we roll out around 6:00 pm. We’re usually at our final location between 9:30p.m. in cities across the globe. Find out more »

Saturday, March 29

Conduit Workshops: Farm-To-Table

March 29 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Downtown CREDO,

706 West Smith St
East End Market Owner, John Rife will talk about the advantages and challenges of direct farm-to-table practices and the impact it has on community. Price $0 all are welcome! About John: John is native to Central Florida and a passionate supporter of the small businesses and food entrepreneurs that are making the area a vibrant and tasty place to live. Find out more »

Functionally Literate with David James Poissant, Vanessa Blakeslee, and Terry Godbey

March 29 @ 7:00 pm
Burrow Press’ 6th function is a testament to Orlando’s literary talent, featuring three writers with newly released books. Join us for the next Functionally Literate event on Saturday, March 29th at 7pm at The Warehouse at Brookhaven (1300 Brookhaven Dr. in the Ivanhoe district). Music, drinks, and readings by: DAVID JAMES POISSANT (author of The Heaven of Animals) VANESSA BLAKESLEE (author of Train Shots) TERRY GODBEY (author of Hold Still) Book signing to follow the reading. Find out more »

Sunday, March 30

Poca’s Hottest 3rd Annual Hot Sauce Cook Off

March 30 @ 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
It’s that time of year again! This years cook off/can drive is in conjunction with Mills 50 and 1 in 4 Strike Against Hunger to raise awareness of the hunger situation in Orlando and to collect food to provide to Ferncreek Elementary students and their families. Find out more »

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