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Orange County Library January event roundup

PROMO: The Orange County Library System (Facebook | Website) has announced its event programming for the month of January 2021. This post uses copy that was written by a third party, because, lazy reporting. Ring in the New Year with the library as we continue to offer a wide variety of virtual events, classes and programs. From January 25 – 28 […]

SETI Talks: A Rainbow of Exoplanets

What colors are the worlds orbiting other stars? How does color help us in our search for life beyond Earth? We identified an exoplanet color for the first time in 2013: HD 189733b, a Jupiter-like exoplanet was determined to be dark-blue. Since then, astronomers have discovered more than 4,000 exoplanets and found out that a […]

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Orange County Library December event roundup

PROMO: The Orange County Library System (Facebook | Website) has announced its event programming for the month of December. This post uses copy that was written by a third party, because, lazy reporting. Set your inner nerd free from December 6 through December 12, as the library hosts Random Fandom, a week-long celebration where we discover and connect through pop culture […]

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Winter Park Henderson Hotel inching closer to construction

A large new $50 million lakeside hotel project is eyeing up Winter Park. If approved by the City of Winter Park, the Henderson Hotel would occupy the eastern shore of Lake Killarney, just south of Hillstone Restaurant at 250 Killarney Drive [GMap] with 132 rooms, an underground parking garage, and over an acre of open […]

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BUNGALOWER’S TOP 8 EVENT PICKS, NOVEMBER 6-8

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” on our main menu. The City of Orlando is working with Waze, a GPS software company, to table real-time traffic updates. Click HERE to get up-to-date road closure information before heading Downtown. If […]

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Orange County Library November event roundup

PROMO: The Orange County Library System (Facebook | Website) has announced its event programming for the month of September. This post uses copy that was written by a third party, because, lazy reporting. On November 11, Chef Yamira Johnson joins us for Cuisine Corner: Cooking with an Air Fryer. Watch as she shares tips on preparing a delicious meal using an […]

Spooky & Gay: Picnic Cabaret

An outdoor Halloween performance celebrating all things spooky and gay … all from the comfort of someone’s front lawn! Spooky & Gay Picnic Cabaret Hey you! Do you like spooky things? Do you like gay things?! This outdoor Halloween bonanza features comedy hijinks, scary stories and a special guest entertainer from the Central Florida queer […]

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Bungalower and Ravenous Pig hosting dinner and a movie, October 27

PROMO: Bungalower has teamed up with our friends at The Ravenous Pig (Facebook | Website) in Winter Park to create a special Star Trek-inspired collab beer called “Klingonberry Blood Ale” that we are tapping for the first time on Tuesday, October 27 in the newly-opened Ravenous Pig Brewing Beer Garden. For $20, you get a good ole fashioned pig roast dinner of pulled pork, […]

The Secret Lives of Bears With Wes Larson

In this three-part lecture series, you’ll learn all about North American bear biology and ecology, and how to be more bear-aware. COURSE DESCRIPTION For centuries, bears have been central to human cultures—from mythology, literature, and religion to constellations in the night sky. But few of us today truly know our curious, impressively sized, mammalian neighbors. […]

The pivot toward parks

The pivot toward parks: How can we sustain creative activation of our public spaces beyond the pandemic? COVID-19 showed us how space, resources and power can be reallocated to create new possibilities for our parks and public spaces. Community-led projects have helped parks pivot toward serving food security, active transportation, arts and local businesses – […]