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It’s the first weekend in November! As the temperature drops and the leaves fall (mainly in other parts of the US) check out our list of things to do in Orlando this weekend!

Autumn in the park

Multiple Dates

All Souls Community Harvest Festival

Join us for 3 days of affordable fun: midway rides, golf and cornhole competitions, children’s games, live entertainment, international and festival foods, craft boutique, bingo, raffles and silent auctions.

41st Annual Greek Fest

Our Annual Orlando Greek Fest is fun for all!! We invite our entire community to join us for Greek dancing, the best Greek food in town, delicious drinks and desserts, and an entire play area for children (including bounce houses!), church tours and more!!!

Lake Eola Fall Fiesta in the Park

More than 300 artist and crafter booths will be displaying and/or selling their work. Come picnic in the park and enjoy the beautiful weather and live entertainment at the Amphitheater. This kid-friendly event will also feature a free kids area at Robinson and Eola to keep them entertained all day.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Baldwin Park First Fridays

Over 80 local artisans of all genres will display their art while guests shop and stroll through the heart of downtown Baldwin Park. Also featured are many Central Florida based small businesses and non-profit organizations with products and offerings ranging from health and fitness, to beauty and fashion, as well as community service opportunities.

FAVO Shopping Party November 1st

Find artistic holiday gifts at FAVO — Faith Arts Village Orlando — on November 1, 2019, from 5 to 9 p.m.  At this FREE family-friendly event, you can browse through 30+ artists’ studios in a vibrant arts complex that was once an abandoned motel.

Getdown Downtown in Maitland

Maitland’s next Getdown Downtown block party will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, on Independence Lane in front of City Hall. Blue Stone Circle – one of Central Florida’s top party bands – will perform starting at 6 p.m.

Owl Prowl at Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Join the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey on Friday, November 1st, from 6:30pm—8pm for a sneak peek into what owls do at night. You’ll get to meet owl ambassadors up close, participate in owl crafts, activities and learn how to search for owls in your own neighborhood.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Avalon Park Fall Craft Fair

Local vendor booths will feature homemade items such as holiday decorations, stained glass, woodworking, candles and more! Kids games and food vendors.

Eastern Avenue Baptist Church Fall Festival

We will have Trunk-or-Treat and bounce houses set up for the kiddos as well as food and other fun activities available! We are also excited to have a special guest ventriloquist going us this year!

Miss Nelson is Missing

The class of Room 207 springs from the pages of your favorite story books in this rollicking musical presented by Orlando Shakes.

Related Post: Review of Miss Nelson is Missing

Relay for Life of Lake Nona

Join us as our community gathers united to support the cause with non-stop Food, Vendor/Artisan, Kid’s Zone, Medical City LEARN area, Community Teams and fantastic Entertainment The event benefits the American Cancer Society and Gold Together For Childhood Cancer Awareness.

The 5k Color Blast Orlando

Run for the Color of it! 5 color zones + everyone gets a medal! Come have a BLAST with us! You will run, walk, or skip your way through 5 color zones where we’ll cover you in color. Have a blast as you are turned into a human canvas.

Vista Church Fall Festival

Let’s have a party! The fun will begin at 5 pm at Vista with bounce house, dunk tank, popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs and burgers.

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Orlando Farmers Market

You’ll find The Orlando Farmer’s Market is much more than just your average farmers market. Find seasonal fresh produce, a wide variety of indoor and outdoor plants, artwork, handmade craft items like jewelry, pottery, and soap

The Royal Palm Ghost Train Phantasmagoria

NOTE: Recommended for children 8 and above due to elements of horror. Two times each Sunday through November 3rd “By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes. . . .”

Which of these activities do you plan to do in Orlando this weekend?