This is the last full weekend in the month of November so make sure to enjoy all the events in Orlando. Have  a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Multiple Dates

Lake Brantley High School Thanksgiving Carnival

Come out to the Lake Brantley High School Thanksgiving Carnival November 22nd-25th for affordable, family fun! There will be rides, food, games, and entertainment for ALL AGES! (All Weekend)

Garden Theatre presents A Christmas Story

A fun holiday treat for the entire family. Nine-year-old Ralphie Parker spends most of the winter dodging a bully and dreaming of his ideal Christmas gift: a genuine Red Ryder BB Gun. (All Weekend)

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

Finger Painting Friday at Amaya Papaya Casselberry

8m – 6 years 15 – 20 minutes Amaya Papaya University is an enrichment program for children 0-5 years old designed to teach early S.T.E.A.M. concepts, promote social interaction, encourage cognitive development and enhance creativity.

Junior Nature Explorers

Junior Nature Explorers at Mead Botanical Garden, Winter Park. Children 3 – 6 years old and their grown-up are invited to join in on new fun! Guided by Ms. Linda Jakubisin, Jr. explorers will experience a fun hike through the Garden and a nature activity and/or craft.

Kids Nights at Plaster Cottage of Clermont

Bring your kids over any Friday at 6:00 PM for plaster painting, pizza and fun! Each child may choose two plaster pieces to paint. Also included is pizza and juice or water to drink.

Mad Science Kids Night Out

Every Friday- Held at the Mad Science Lab inside of the Oviedo Mall. Includes dinner, science class, crafts, games, movie time, and more! $25/child! For kids 4-12 years old. No need to pre-register- just show up at the door at 6pm! Cash or Check preferred. Credit Card with additional fee.

Night of Destruction- Orlando Speedworld

The Tour of Destruction is high speed adrenaline filled racing entertainment. It providing jaw-dropping destruction on an epic scale and always leave the fans entertained and wanting more.

The Art Room: Between the Brushes Black Friday

Parents bring your kids to create their very own wooden Christmas tree! Get a jump on your Christmas shopping while the kids get creative and have fun. Lunch & supplies included.

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art Holiday Friday Nights

Free admission from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Live music from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on six consecutive holiday Friday nights, November 23 through December 28. Programming will also include gallery tours and an art demonstration on selected dates.

Windermere Farmer’s Market

Every Friday from 9am-2pm, the Downtown Business Committee host the Windermere Farmer’s Market. The Market is held on brick main in front of Town Hall. Come by and view the various selections of produce, arts & crafts, breads, cheeses, coffees, and much much more.

Saturday, November 24th, 2018

Family Night Skate

Go to family night at Astro Skate for 3 hours of skating fun for the entire family.$20 for a family of 5 with one adult/$7 for an individual. Prices do not include skate rental.

Free Saltwater Fishing Day in Florida

Free fishing days provide an excellent opportunity for parents who don’t yet have licenses to take youth fishing, or avid anglers to introduce a friend to fishing without having to purchase a license. On these days, the fishing license requirement is waived for all recreational anglers (residents and non-residents).

Illuminights at Boing Fun Center

Experience Boing! Fun Center like never before. Blacklights, Lasers, Glow in the Dark Dodgeball! Play under the lights, pizza and a drink are included. Remember to wear clothing that illuminates with the black lights.

Sanford Avenue Block Party

EVENT IS FREE TO ENTER! Come out every 4th Saturday and enjoy music, food, drink, and fun. Bring a chair, maybe an umbrella, and settle in for some free entertainment and the best venues between 4th and 5th on Sanford Avenue. Check our Facebook page for entertainment and vendors each month.

Semoran Skateway to Skate Class

12 and younger only please! Parents welcome to take the class. Includes regular skate rental and the Tiny Tot Public session 10am – Noon. Adults that want to skate the admission is only $4.00 with every paid child and as always non skating chaperones are free.

The Art Room: Between the Brushes

Leave your kids with us on Saturday mornings from 10:00am-noon. When you pick them up, they will be excited to show you their new 12 X 16 canvas masterpiece! A fun morning for children 5 years and up.

Yoga in the Garden

Join us for family friendly yoga in the Garden every Saturday morning in the midst of the beautiful Mead Botanical Garden. Take part in the opportunity to truly connect with yourself and nature.

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

Enzian Theater Peanut Butter Matinee

Peanut Butter Matinee Family Film Series usually occurs on the fourth Sunday of the month. It is always family friendly and only $8 (General Public) and FREE for kids 12 & under. A special Kid’s Menu is also offered!

Family Movie Night and Game Night at Old Town

Bring the entire family to watch free movies on a big screen. 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. Movies are every Sunday night beginning at dusk. November 25 – The Muppet Christmas Carol

Free Handel’s Messiah Concert

This Free Handel’s Messiah Concert is considered he most magnificent classical masterwork of all time. The will be presented by the Messiah Choral Society led by Dr. John Sinclair. Orlando’s longest running free cultural performance will feature a local professional orchestra and 100-member volunteer choir. Its at the Bob Carr Theater, at 3 p.m. and its FREE.

Last Sunday at The Alley Marketplace

The Alley Marketplace A family monthly event Last Sunday Every Month at Historic District Sanford, Celebrate small business owners and local artists. Live Stage, Music, Vendors offering a wide variety of products and services.

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