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TOP TEN THINGS TO KNOW THIS WEEK

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SPONSORED by Orange County Library System: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.

Our latest episode of “Bungalower and The Bus” on Real Radio 104.1 has been podcasted and is available HERE.

The second film in our drive-in movie series with Enzian Theater is scheduled for Friday, May 29 at the Guidewell Innovation Center in Lake Nona and we will be screening Back to the Future. Tickets for the first screening are sold-out but stay tuned for news of a possible second late-night screening later this week. The best way to secure a ticket for this series is to subscribe to Enzian’s e-newsletter or to become a Bungalower Buddy member!

TOP TEN HEADLINES:

  1. Bunglower has teamed up with Enzian Theater for a series of drive-in movies and they keep selling out! Be sure to become a Bungalower Buddy member to increase your chances.
  2. The Orange County Library System is shutting down the Herndon Branch. That’s the one in that weird old plaza by the Executive Airport and Baldwin Park.
  3. You can get a special library card that lets you check out books from the Orange County, Winter Park, and Maitland library systems.
  4. Artists and creatives eat free every Tuesday at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church care of Feed the Need Florida and 4 Rivers Smokehouse.
  5. Bungalower has whipped up a special interactive map that lets you get to know the stories behind the tombstones at Orlando’s Greenwood Cemetery.
  6. Take photos of old things and submit them for a calendar – The Historic Preservation Board wants your stuff.
  7. Not everyone is social distancing so we thought we’d look into it.
  8. NBA says it is looking into resuming play in Orlando.” – Star Tribune
  9. MLS outlines plans for 26-team Orlando event.” – Yahoo Sports
  10. Orlando has lost more than 179,000 jobs over the past year.” – Orlando Weekly
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SPONSORED by Orange County Library System: This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.

Our latest episode of “Bungalower and The Bus” on Real Radio 104.1 has been podcasted and is available HERE.

The second film in our drive-in movie series with Enzian Theater is scheduled for Friday, May 29 at the Guidewell Innovation Center in Lake Nona and we will be screening Back to the Future. Tickets for the first screening are sold-out but stay tuned for news of a possible second late-night screening later this week. The best way to secure a ticket for this series is to subscribe to Enzian’s e-newsletter or to become a Bungalower Buddy member!

TOP TEN HEADLINES:

  1. Bunglower has teamed up with Enzian Theater for a series of drive-in movies and they keep selling out! Be sure to become a Bungalower Buddy member to increase your chances.
  2. The Orange County Library System is shutting down the Herndon Branch. That’s the one in that weird old plaza by the Executive Airport and Baldwin Park.
  3. You can get a special library card that lets you check out books from the Orange County, Winter Park, and Maitland library systems.
  4. Artists and creatives eat free every Tuesday at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church care of Feed the Need Florida and 4 Rivers Smokehouse.
  5. Bungalower has whipped up a special interactive map that lets you get to know the stories behind the tombstones at Orlando’s Greenwood Cemetery.
  6. Take photos of old things and submit them for a calendar – The Historic Preservation Board wants your stuff.
  7. Not everyone is social distancing so we thought we’d look into it.
  8. NBA says it is looking into resuming play in Orlando.” – Star Tribune
  9. MLS outlines plans for 26-team Orlando event.” – Yahoo Sports
  10. Orlando has lost more than 179,000 jobs over the past year.” – Orlando Weekly
USE OUR INTERACTIVE MAP TO LEARN THE STORIES BEHIND HISTORIC GRAVES IN GREENWOOD CEMETERY

ICYMI – (IN CASE YOU MISSED IT):

HOT EVENTS THIS WEEK:

INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHT:


Sassy new shirt available on OrlandoMerchStore.com yall. Link in our Stories 🙂