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, JULY 13
Thanks to Patrick Greene, I’ve been invited to show some of my Orlando-based photos at the Rogers Kiene Building formerly the Gallery at Avalon Island, alongside some of the amazing paintings by Maureen Robinson Hudas. I will be showing 12 photos from my Resurrection Fern Oak Tree series, and 8 photos from my Downtown Orlando’s Historic Buildings series. T
The Road to Change Tour is a nationwide tour to register new voters. Students from Stoneman Douglas will be traveling to different districts around Florida to engage voters all around the state. Road to Change will be in Orlando on July 13th. With them and the help of the Brady Campaign, this party will be an unforgettable celebration of our efforts, and a powerful push toward the change still to come.
Come down to Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream this Friday, July 13 for a sweet celebration. Kelly’s has made us our own flavor and if you purchase it, you will receive a free pair of our delicious ice cream socks!
SATURDAY, JULY 14
Environmental racism refers to socially marginalized racial minority communities which are subjected to disproportionate exposure of pollutants, the denial of access to sources of ecological benefits (such as clean air, water, and natural resources), or both.
TPD’s Putt N’ Pour is part Pub Crawl, part Miniature Golf, and all fun! Golfers will be challenged by holes designed and built by nine Thornton Park District bars and restaurants while enjoying drink specials and prize giveaways. After the crawl, golfers and spectators converge on The Abbey for the official post party complete with live music, drink specials, awards, and costume contest.
SPONSORED: This beautiful 1950s mid-century modern home was built in 1954 and was the Orlando Parade of Homes Grand Winner in 2014. It’s located at 1818 S. Summerlin Avenue, near Lake Lancaster and Boone High School in the Delaney Park neighborhood.
APGD’s 10th Annual Bastille Day will be the biggest and best one yet. Check out our current schedule.
In celebration of Bastille Day in the Audubon Park Garden District, join us for a thrilling and suspenseful evening of solving a murder set in the French Riviera! We’re looking for 15 friends to solve the crime.
SUNDAY, JULY 15
SPONSORED: This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home is tucked away in College Park near Lake Silver, at 932 Vassar Street; an easy walk to nearby shops and restaurants or a short bike ride to Dartmouth Park and the upcoming Packing District.