Here’s a look at some of the other events taking place this weekend.
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Are you ready to fill the bowl? Stop by our online store to order your last minute game shirts for the new season. Purple is the new black.
Friday, March 4
ART31 CULTURE POP! Opening “Material World: Paper, Rubber & Glass” featuring Chihuly, Hackenwerth, Fredette & Smith March 4, 2016 | 6:30-9:00 pm $5 per person | Free for A&H Members – Be the first to see Material World: Glass, Rubber & Paper featuring works by Dale Chihuly, Jason Hackenwerth, Lorrie Fredette and Paige Smith. – Hackenwerth’s Wearables pop up in mini-exhibitions throughout the A&H’s Maitland Art Center – Live audio visual experience with FILM SPEAK Presented by Maximino and Broken…
Them! is a 1954 American black-and-white science fiction film from Warner Bros. Pictures. Them! is one of the first of the 1950s “nuclear monster” movies, and the first “big bug” feature. Seating is recommended and you may bring a picnic dinner, alcohol is permitted. Tickets are purchased at the door starting at 6:00 pm, Leu Members get in free. Curbies and Peak Season Pops will be selling grilled items, desserts and drinks.
We want to see dancers pour their heart out & hear poets spit truth. Starting February 5th, every first Friday at Defined Enterprises in our dimly lit art gallery will be filled with Christmas lights, genuine hip hop, & timeless mellow tunes. We’re slowing it down for everyone who practices daily & providing a platform for freestylers/spoken word poets/choreographers to perform & showcase with a 5 minute limit. We advocate solo performances but you may have up to 3 dancers/poets…
36 studios full of local artists, additional vendors, food trucks and live events including music and activities for children. Don’t miss this once a month show that everybody talks about. Get your FAVO on
March 4 @ Noon to March 6 @ 6:00 pm
Reningers Mount Dora Flea Market and Antique Center
29651 US-441, Mount Dora, FL 32757
Honoring All Creatures Great and Small*
Artisans and performers – Native American Indian Pow Wow
Call Tony Ledford at: 352 636-4271 or 352 589-0045
Saturday, March 5
Light Painting Photography: An Adult-Child Workshop with Sherri Bunye Saturday, March 5 10 am – 4 pm Studio 5 Members $100, non-members $120 #WKYA14, Winter Session Create amazing lighting painting with long-exposure digital photography. Participants will learn how to use creative lighting and long-exposure photography to produce dramatic imagery. Pick one of your images to be printed poster-size! Note: The registration fee for our Adult-Child Workshops includes both participants. Sherri Bunye teaches film and digital photography classes to adults and…
The coolest pet party returns to Orlando! Free Event! >> $5 suggested donations will benefit the Orange County Animal Services, A Cause 4 Paws Rescue and more to come. Receive a super cute doggie bandana with your donation! << Friendly, leashed and vaccinated dogs are welcome. Event activities include: – Doggie Fashion Contest – Best Trick Contest – Awesome giveaways – Live music – Food trucks & more! Thank you to our sponsors Tito’s and Elite Health and Wellness. For…
This year’s celebration of the very best of local food and farming brings you the freshest local bites, paired with select boutique wines and craft beer. Tickets go on sale soon.
If we learned anything in our inaugural season, it’s that City fans know how to party. Well then, what’s the best way to kick off our 2nd season… the Orlando City Pub Crawl in Downtown Orlando! Put on your purple and head downtown for the Orlando City Pub Crawl featuring the official City Pubs: Wall Street Plaza, Elixir and Harry Buffalo. You will get 3 drinks and a live concert with Ballyhoo! To top it off, each participant will receive…
Marc With a C’s new album is called “Unicorns Get More Bacon”. It’ll be out on Tuesday, March 8th. But… come and celebrate the new stuff with a full-on rock show! Marc will be backed by Jim Myers and Emmit Dobbyn, and the show will be opened by the fantastic Uke-A-Ladies! Doors at 8 PM, show begins at 9 PM. No livestreams, just an up-close, personal, loud and sweaty concert. Free and all ages!
Tin Roof Orlando
8371 International Drive, Ste 100, Orlando, FL 32819
March 5 @4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Orlando City Hall
400 S. Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32801
The next installment of the 98.9 WMMO Downtown Concert Series us upon us, and it’s a free show featuring .38 Special! There will be plenty of great food vendors and local acts, so arrive early when the show kicks off to claim your spot up front. .38 Special hits the stage around 8:30pm. VIP tickets are also for sale and gaurantee you a seat with private bar and restroom close to the stage.
Sunday, March 6
Artists Talk 2 to 4 pm Sunday, March 6th Hannibal Square Heritage Center Some of the 15 exhibiting artists talk about the influence of their mentor. “Art Legends of Orange County: Grady Kimsey – Progressions, Works by Former Students” at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, February 5th to April 2nd, 2016. Featuring Henry Sinn Randy Smith Cheryl Smith Kyle Pam Coffman Sa Sisaleumsak Terry Sisaleumsak Jay Spalding Carlos Richmond Melissa Kimsey-Hickman Paula Pell Greg Freeman Cindy Freeman Lynn Warnicke Marty…
March 6 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
East End Market
3201 Corrine Drive, Orlando, FL 32803
Every other Sunday we invite the community to join us at East End Market where we tend to the Market Garden and embark on an informative, farming, and friending journey.
March 6 @ Noon – 2:30 pm
1042 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL 32803
This month for Uncomfortable Brunch we will be showing Harmony Korine’s Gummo. Set in Ohio years after a tornado left a small town devastated we follow around many of its residence. While not especially graphic in its content this flick is really good at giving a feeling of unease and awkwardness. If you’ve never seen it you really need to experience it to understand.
March 6 @ 11:00 am
1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland, FL 32751
Enzian is proud to join forces with Winter Park Public Library in an effort towards art education and visual literacy. The inaugural Reel Short Teen Film Festival will occur in 2016 encouraging students grade 8-12 to enter their short films into competition individually or in group or class projects. This new partnership will replace the library’s successful D.I.Y. Teen Film Festival.