As we enter the first weekend in fall be sure to check out below what events are happening in Orlando this weekend. There are a lot of different options to make everyone in the family happy.

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Santa’s Farm A Lot of Pumpkins Half Price Wristband Weekend

Join us for our Opening Weekend for Half-Price Wristband Day! General Admission includes Santa’s Farm pumpkin patch and photo ops, a hayride, and the farm animal petting zoo. Jolly Acres and Jolly Acres Plus wristband options for additional activities are half price.

The Addams Family: A New Musical at Osceola Arts

When a family of outsiders comes to dinner, the Addams family finds their dark and spooky lifestyle turned upside-down. During one night, this notoriously quirky family must face the one thing that scares them most: change!

Friday, September 27, 2019

Avalon Park Movie Under the Stars: Coco

Bring your blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the movie and FREE popcorn!

Mad Science Kids Night Out Workshop

Kids Aged 5-12 Years Old. $20/Child. An evening of Science fun! Different activities each week. Dinner not provided. No pre-registration necessary! Walk-ins welcome. ? 6-9pm on 2nd and 4th Fridays at the Mad Science Lab WEST in the West Oaks Mall! This is a Drop-Off Program for KIDS ONLY!

Mommy and Me

The class is for babies, ages 4-24 months, and their parents/caregivers. It’s $50 for a pack of 5 classes, or $15 for a single class. The class will take place at my home-studio in Sanford, and will start Friday, September 6, and will be held every Friday after that from 10:30-11:00 am.

The Art Room Preschool class

4 and 5 year olds can join us at The Art Room this Friday for a fun painting class! You will be amazed at what your child can do! Call for reservations 407 909-1869

Windermere: Family Food Truck Night

Every 4th Friday the Town of Windermere Downtown Business Committee hosts Family Food Truck Night. The event is held on brick main street in front of Town Hall located in the heart of Downtown Windermere. Trucks are open for business from 5-9:30pm.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

All Kids Spanish Saturday Cooking Club

A great option to practice the Spanish Language experiencing a delicious gastronomical adventure! The main goals of this club are: 1. To provide a culinary activity to practice their Spanish language skills. 2. Learn about healthy eating habits. 3. Learn about hispanic recipes. 4. Have a fun time.

Mount Dora Seafood Festival

Seafood, family-friendly activities, pirates, Kids zones, live music and more…

Orlando’s Biggest Yard Sale!

Hundreds of families participate twice a year, Orlando’s Biggest Yard Sale for more than a decade!

Robotics & Video game Saturday Workshop

Did you know that your children can learn fundamental tools while they create a robot or develop a video game? Robotics workshops offer the opportunity for creativity, team work, leadership, design and practical skills.

Run Nona 5k & Nemours Kids Run

It’s a Block Party! Experience the excitement of Lake Nona, an Orlando gem that brings the party! The race ends at a block party filled with trendy food trucks and fabulous music. Run Nona is celebrating 11 years!

Youth and Family Summit 2019

Developed by Healthy Start Coalition of Osceola County, in partnership with the City of Kissimmee, this free event is designed to provide information to community youth and their families on relevant and safety issues and best practices that can directly impact the health and safety of our Tweens and Teens.

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Fish 4 Fun
Kids ages 12 and younger are invited to participate in Fish4Fun, a free catch-n-release event
Location: Bithlo Community Park, Orlando

Free Mini Minds Class at Spotsland

Why?, what?, when?, who? And how?, are some of the words that come naturally to children. This is one of the reasons why scientific experiments have an especially attractive value for children. Scientific activities help to develop a sense of research and allow them to explore how the world around them works while having fun

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. . . .” Coming this fall the Royal Palm Railway celebrates the Halloween Season as critically acclaimed Victorian Horror Troupe “PHANTASMAGORIA” brings its unique brand of “Ghostly” storytelling for our first ever “Royal Palm Ghost Train”!