It's National Sandwich Day this Friday
Here is a look at some of the best events taking place this weekend. Remember, you can always visit the complete events calendar by clicking on “EVENTS” in our main menu.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3
On Friday, November 3rd we will be celebrating the King of Meals- The Sandwich, on National Sandwich Day. We will be heading out to 2017 Orlando Weekly’s Best Local sandwich Shop- Pom Pom’s Teahouse & Sandwicheria. We will be there from 7-9 p.m. Friday night. If you have never been you are in for a treat. Their Mama Ling Ling’s Thanksgiving Dinner will get you ready for Thanksgiving.
DOMU is turning 1… and we would like to invite you to celebrate with us Orlando with 4 days of thanks.
Stop by on Friday, November 3rd to taste your way through our 2017 Thanksgiving menu. For just $10 per person, you’ll be able to sample the full menu, as well as this year’s featured wines. Place your Thanksgiving order at the event and get 10% off your total.
Movie Night at Leu: Arrival
We will be showing Arrival. Enjoy this outdoor movie in a beautiful garden. Blankets or chairs are recommended. You may bring a dinner picnic basket. Alcohol is permitted. This movie is rated PG13. Under 13 years of age requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Movie time is at 7:30 pm. Garden Admission: $6 adult, $3 child (5-17 years of age) Admission is collected at the door. Major credit cards accepted. Leu Members receive free admission.
Bring the whole family to come out and enjoy authentic Greek foods, dancing, live music, church tours, iconography presentations, and much, much more! The kids will have a BLAST in the KIDS ZONE with bounce houses and games.
Crealdé Photography Guild presents an evening for the participating photographers to tell stories and share experiences. Featured photographers: Peter Schreyer, Sherri Bunye, Laura Barthle, Natalie Colon, Ray Giles, Laurie Hagemaier, Jeff Kraus, Holly Manus, Matt Nicholson, Jennifer Pereira, Marsee Perkins, Audrey Rudolph, Cynthia Slaughter, Kucku Varghese.
Join us tomorrow night from 7:00-11:00 to celebrate Día de Los Muertos. All tacos $2.50 All canned beer $2 All draft beer $5 $15 sangria pitchers Drew of the Drew will be our DJ for the event. 20% of proceeds from the event will go to ongoing earthquake rebuilding efforts in Mexico City.
DEBBIE DOES DALLAS is a modern morality tale told as a comic musical of tragic proportions in the language of the rodeo-porno-football circus. The show is the coming-of-age story of an all-American small-town sweetheart named Debbie Benton (Takara Lee Anderson). Debbie is captain of her high-school cheerleading team, but she dreams of making it to the big time by becoming a Texas Cowgirl Cheerleader … a musical ensues.
Downtown’s new indie dance party is every Friday night at Backbooth! Presented by the folks behind Body//Talk.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4
The 47th Annual Fall Fiesta in the Park returns this November with 250 artist and crafter booths, 35 foodie booths, plenty of community partner booths and sponsors with fun activities, giveaways and games. The event spans the entire park in Downtown Orlando, around Lake Eola and into the streets and is open both Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm.
20 + vendors and restaurants will be creating their own bacon-inspired dishes for you to savor. The outdoor area will provide the best location for all attendees to enjoy the food, music, entertainment, and atmosphere the Festival of Bacon will deliver, right in the heart of Baldwin Park.
Come party for FREE at the next 98.9 WMMO Downtown Concert Series with Rick Springfield. Gates open at 4pm. No ticket needed. 2
This year’s line-up of artists includes Miss Jackie Jones, DJ BMF Phatt & Jazzy, Michael Andrew & Swingerhead, The Legendary JC’s, and many more.
The Harry Potter™ Film Concert Series returns to Orlando with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second film in the Harry Potter franchise.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Join the Polasek Museum for its long-running annual festival highlighting Albin Polasek’s Czech heritage while celebrating the immigrant stories of all diverse Americans. Free admission to the museum and gardens includes hands-on art activities for kids and self-guided tours of the Polasek home and gardens.
This presentation by Dr. Julian Chambliss will delve into ideology and practice that inspired AiOP Orlando’s theme of NOISE. With NOISE the co-curators Julian Chambliss and Rachel Simmons sought to explore how Orlando’s evolution over the last decade offers moments of affirmation and dissonance that indicate how much our community demonstrates the full complexity of life in the post-industrial metropolitan community.