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This February marks one year since Reel Fish Coastal Kitchen and Bar opened its doors.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Welcome to the SOFA (South Of FAirbanks) District Friday Market. Deadly Sins Brewing will be hosting local vendors selling their craft and food. What’s better than shopping while enjoying a tasty beer.
Like the classic movie with the same name, “Steel Magnolias” is set in Truvy’s beauty salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, where anyone who is anyone comes to get their hair done. As a cast of lovable – and gossipy – strong Southern women experience loss in their tight-knit family, this play reminds audiences of the important things in life through a funny, touching and life-affirming evening in the theater. Now drink your juice, Shelby.
Uncle Tony’s Donut Shoppe turns 3 this month! To celebrate the milestone, the downtown Orlando record store has invited Grammy award winning Producer, MC, and DJ Pete Rock to provide the soundtrack for one night only @ Blackstar on Friday, February 23.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24
Enjoy a pint of The Truth, a beer brewed by Ten 10 Brewing Company, in honor of Eugene Snowden’s solo album release, as you follow The Truth Trail to ten stops in each of the Orlando Main Streets from February 24th to March 31st. Pick up a map of The Truth Trail at any of our participating locations. Get your map stamped with each pint you drink.
The Wells’ Built Museum is a little gem in the Parramore neighborhood that I’ve always passed by but did not actually walk into until recently. In honor of Black History Month, I’d love for you all to join me for an official tour of the space on Saturday, February 24th at 9 a.m.
Located in the heart of downtown Orlando at Lake Eola on Robinson Street, the 10th Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest features mouth-watering dishes from over 30 of Orlando’s premier restaurants, 50 domestic and international wines, and live entertainment.
Lace up your LA Gears, slap on your bracelets, and saddle up your Furbies. Let’s take on Orlando, ’90s style.
We are breaking out the giant smoker for a great day of finger lickin’ BBQ! Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 24th. We will be serving up our original ribs, chicken, wings, and pulled pork! Live music and Live Djs throughout the day and party games in the backyard!
Join us for our Buffalo Trace Whiskey Dinner. $55++ per person includes a welcome cocktail and a 3 course dinner pairing. Seats are limited so call today to purchase your tickets.
The Hive is celebrating 5 years of community-led action right where it all started: Redlight Redlight in Winter Park. What began as an idea over drinks at our favorite local brewhouse became The Hive, a diverse community of “bees” working together for a more sustainable future.
Do something different with your Saturday night, come see artists compete live head to head and vote on your favorites to help them win the grand prize.
The Purple Pride 5K presented by Orlando Health, SunPass, JetBlue and Publix returns for a 4th straight year with a start and finish taking place at Orlando City Stadium. This years’ 5K course will feature a lap within Orlando City Stadium’s main concourse.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25
The last Sunday of every month is Yoga in the Sculpture Garden at the Mennello Museum! Start your Sunday morning out blissfully with a relaxing lakeside flow. Practice is suitable for beginner to moderate levels and will be led by certified instructors from Full Circle Yoga, Winter Park. Don’t forget to bring your own mat and water to practice.
Buy, sell and trade event for all things photography. Contact the shop if you’re interested in setting up a table.
he festival parade starts at the corner of North Thornton Avenue and Oregon Street and will end at North Thornton Avenue and Colonial Drive.
Learn, explore and engage with these Jewish authors at the literary event of the year, co-presented by the Writer’s Block Bookstore and The Roth Family JCC of Greater Orlando.
Purses Pocket Books and Murses full of FABULOUS PRIZES to Auction off and yes you get to keep the Satchel too!