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FRIDAY, APRIL 20
Celebrate Earth Day outdoors on City Hall Plaza at Earth Day Work Day! From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, April 20, this lunchtime sustainability fair will feature games, giveaways, music, and tips on how to be green at work and at home. Food and beverages will be available for purchase both on City Hall Plaza and across the street at the Dr. Phillips Center Food Truck Friday.
Meet the engineers behind today’s futuristic technology; meet the architect who believes that a more urban America would be a happier and more prosperous America. Meet the scientists, doctors, engineers, social justice warriors, artists and inventors who are on the vanguard of change. You may not be able to attend “Age of Amazement,” the huge, five-day TED2018 conference in Vancouver, Canada, so Valencia’s Winter Park Campus is bringing the TED talks and activities to you.
This is a FREE event. We will be raising money for the Victims and families of the Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland, FL Tragedy. Featuring the The Intracoastals. All proceeds to go to official fund: Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund.
In the Artist’s Studio is a visiting artist program produced by the Downtown Arts District that celebrates the diversity of art in its many forms. The program is designed to engage, inform, enlighten and entertain Orlando’s community.
Come to this BarberFund Charity at The Venue! Great Food, Great Show, and possibly a Water Slide.
SATURDAY, APRIL 21
SECRET GARDEN EXHIBITION. an underground expression of intentionally curated art, music, fashion, and more. We, the millennial artists, the creatives, the subsequent vanguards of culture and technology salute you. We invite you to join our continuing pursuit of knowledge and human expression.
Join us Saturday, April 21st, for the Eleventh Annual Record Store Day! Record Store Day was conceived in 2007, to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1300 independently owned record stores in the USA, and thousands of similar stores internationally. This year, there are approximately 400 exclusive RSD-branded releases created for the US market.
The festival takes place in the heart and soul of Winter Park… Hannibal Square; Hannibal Square community is located three blocks west of Park Ave and has become a revitalized leisure destination for local residents and out-of-town visitors. Established in 2007 by Crealdé School of Art, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center pays tribute, to the past, present and future contributions of West Winter Park’s African American community through a permanent collection of historic photographs, oral histories and public art.
Central Florida Earth Day is back–bigger and better than ever! It will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at beautiful Lake Eola Park in Orlando. Please join us at the largest Earth Day event in Central Florida.
The Orlando Book Festival is a day-long celebration of books at the Orlando Public Library. New York Times bestseller S. Jae-Jones, author of Wintersong, will kick off the day with an opening keynote. Join us for panels, writing workshops, book signings, and more from bestselling authors from all over the country. Enjoy a closing keynote address from New York Times bestseller David Baldacci.
The March for Science movement isn’t about march day or election day – this movement, powered by community organizers and individual advocates, is a force for science advocacy. We are not one single moment, one city, or one civic action. We make sure science stays a part of the political conversation and build a community of advocates who take action year-round.
Join Eve Payor from Atlantic Center for the Arts as she leads a soundwalk through the beautiful Mennello Museum lakeside Sculpture Garden. Explore the sounds and rhythms of our urban and natural world. Each walk is beneficial for people of all ages to de-stress, focus, and develop a deeper understanding of how we fit into the ecosystem of our environment.
John V. Sinclair, conductor Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra In collaboration with Bethune-Cookman University Concert Chorale, Damon Dandridge, director WILLIAM L. DAWSON Negro Symphony WILLIAM GRANT STILL And They Lynched Him on a Tree R. NATHANIEL DETT The Ordering of Moses Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, the program presents provocative and passionate works by three of the 20th century’s most important African American composers.
SUNDAY, APRIL 22
In these monthly meetups, participants will hone their drawing abilities and fill a sketchbook with images of Central Florida. The completed sketchbooks will be collected at the Museum on June 1, and then sent to the Brooklyn Art Library to be added to a growing collection of international sketchbooks. Your sketchbook will be digitized to ensure you can access it online after it is added to the Library’s collection.
On Sunday, April 22nd, the Lake Davis Greenwood Neighborhood Association will present ‘ THE PRIVATE GARDENS OF HISTORIC ORLANDO TOUR FEATURING LAKE DAVIS’ . This year’s event will build on what has become a very popular feature on Orlando’s calendar of gardening events. The self guided tour begins at noon and ends at 5:00 pm.
Total Punk Turnbuckle Tuesday is taking the next step in their plan for world domination. Bring down the Mills strip and the rest will follow. No more pretend wrestling on the stage of Will’s Pub. Turnbuckles aren’t just for Tuesdays anymore. April 22 Total Punk is putting Sunday in a submission hold it will never forget. We’re plopping down a legit ring in the parking lot of Will’s for a day of bands, wrestling, and booze.