We’re back to school this week, hooray! We probably only have a few more weeks of nice weather, so you definitely want to get out of the house and enjoy it. Check out our list of Orlando kids activities to do this weekend.
The Asian Lantern Festival: Into the Wild is the only event in Central Florida celebrating the culture, art, and beauty of traditional lantern festivals celebrated throughout Asia for centuries.
Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of the electrifying midway with rides for all ages from whimsical kiddie rides to state-of-the-art thrill rides, carnival games and favorite fair food. Carnival parking and admission are free.
Friday, January 10, 2020
Bailey Callahan returns to Central Florida to perform a variety of music and entertainment at the monthly Art & Music in the Park and Food Truck Bazaar in Casselberry.
United Against Poverty is excited to welcome families of all abilities to our Family Volunteer Night! Attendees will come together in the spirit of service and complete real-world tasks that make an impact. Activities include stocking, organizing and cleaning shelves, helping prepare for special events and more.
Registration begins at 6 pm with exhibitions till 7:46 $5.00 grounds fee, $25 per ride, exhibitions $3 4 for $10. 3-D Poles $10. Spectators free!
Trying to find something fun for you kids to do on a Friday Night? January’s Kids Night Out event is on Friday, January 10 from 6-9pm! Call the Winter Park Community Center for any questions. 407-599-3275
Saturday, January 11, 2020
This Kids Cooking Connection clinic will focus on the basics of cooking and baking. Chefs will practice chopping followed by putting their hard work in a personal pasta dish. Chefs will then learn to properly read a recipe, measure, and bake their own cupcakes.
Year 2! This is going to be fun! Not just a dino race, this year there will also be a vendor fair, food trucks, live music, a whole community event to help raise more awareness for our local charities
Join us for our first-ever Kids Fringe Mini-Mini Fest! A special morning of mini Kids Fringe with shows, art activities and play! Before and after the shows, make crafts and meet Fringezilla in our Mini-Mini Activity Area.
In partnership with Orlando Science Center and on the road to Otronicon; This free two-hour workshop where students ten and older use block coding to program a moving model of the Solar System with Tynker.
Midici will host Pizza with a Princess on Saturday, January 11th from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. All kids are welcome to take part in this free event. Children will have the chance to meet the princess, take a photo and color a picture.
Visit Rollins this Saturday for an art tour at The Cornell Fine Arts Museum. Meet your docent in the front education gallery at 1 p.m. Free admission courtesy of PNC Financial Services Group.
Presented by AdventHealth, join Waterford Lakes Town Center for an educational evening filled with Stargazing, Crafts, Demonstrations, and More!
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Every second Sunday of the month is Free Family Funday! From 12 – 2:30 p.m., join us at the museum for a miniature fine art project and then take a Tenacious Tour of the exhibits! Each Free Family Funday has a different theme based on the current exhibition in the museum.
The OHoops Mission is to advance the image and ability of potential basketball players, by promoting, motivating, training and instructing. Intense repetition of proper fundamental and advanced skills, while having fun, is how kids mentally and physically prepare to compete at their highest potential.
Bring the entire family an outdoor movie night. Old Town will play family-friendly movies and classics every Sunday night. Bring a chair, grab some snacks at your favorite Old Town store, and spend the night watching a movie underneath the stars.
Orlando Toy and Comic Con 2020 is coming! We are also pleased to announce that our headlining guest will be Ryan Stegman (Venom, Absolute Carnage, Superior Spider-Man)!
Which of these activities do you plan to do in Orlando this weekend?