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May 1

Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct (and mostly new this year!) offerings. It’s the most we’ve ever had, and it makes Seven Seas the biggest theme park food festival in Orlando. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 wine and cocktail selections and 75 craft beers. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Now – May 9, and President's Day, Feb. 15. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or 90s throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo. With exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animals, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. All theaters and stadiums at SeaWorld Orlando operate at a limited capacity with modified seating to prevent proper physical distancing. Live concert audio will also be broadcasted to additional areas of the park for your enjoyment during the festival.

 

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March 12 to May 16

Get ready to Spring It On with an itinerary full of family-friendly seasonal escapes! With our Once Upon A Spring events and activities, including an all-new interactive live show – Paint Me A Fairytale, Spring-inspired scavenger hunts, art activities, cookie decorating, live entertainment, and more, we are ready to help you celebrate the season. All events have been thoughtfully designed with social distancing in mind and our enhanced Commitment to Clean protocols.

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March 5 to July 5

Connect with nature while wandering through family-friendly exhibits and interactive gardens geared specifically to kids at the Taste of Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. Join the fun March 3 to July 5, 2021. 

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May 1
  • The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is normally held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.
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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 1

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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Nature Play
9:00 am / 4:00 pm
May 1

fresh blueberries, peaches, sunflowers and zinnias available for picking here at your local farm!
FAQ's:
• Flower field passes are required to enter the sunflower and zinnia fields and can be purchased at the farm. $5 plus tax for guests 10 and over, $2 plus tax for guests 3 to 9. Children 2 and under are free.
• There are no admission fees or reservations required, stop by any time that we are open.
• Face masks required for guests over 3 when under covered barns, in lines and when social distancing cannot be maintained.
• Animals, including dogs, are strictly prohibited due to state and federal food safety regulations.
• Entrance gates close at 3:30 pm.
At the farm:
• Fresh blueberry, peach, zinnia, and sunflower picking!
• Food trucks (Updates coming soon).
• Live music. (Updates coming soon).
• Local craft beer, wine, hard seltzer, light beer, frozen concoctions and blueberry mimosas from The Beer Shed.
• Donuts, blueberry cobbler, muffins and more seasonal treats from our bakery, Southern Hill Sweets.
• Shop our own handcrafted goodies in our Southern Hill Market. Think raw, unfiltered honey, hand poured candles and handmade sugar scrubs.
• Rooftop deck.
• Permanent restrooms with baby changing tables.
• Picnic tables. First come, first served.
• Fire pits.
Kids Zone:
• Our unlimited play wristband gives you all-day access to our kids zone activities! $10 plus tax for children under 42", 42" and taller is $14 plus tax per individual.
• Available 9 am to 4 pm.
• Includes access to our rock climbing wall, jump pillows, bounce houses, festival swing, giant fun slide, obstacle course, sports game, and rock wall.
• Please note that you must be 42" or taller to participate in our rock climbing wall and festival swing. Closed toe shoes are required for the rock climbing wall.
Prices:
• $2 per u-pick sunflower.
• $3 per pre-cut sunflower.
• $1 per u-pick zinnia.
• $4/lb u-pick peaches.
• $5/lb u-pick blueberries.
• $12 for 2 lbs pre-picked blueberries.
• $3/lb frozen blueberries (packaged in approximately 4 to 5 lb bags).
• Birthday Pavilions available for rent for half day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours) rentals. Contact our event manager, Sharla, at sharla@southernhillfarms.com for more details.
• You’re responsible for paying for everything that you pick.
• Cash, debit and all major credit cards accepted.
Keep in mind:
• No animals, including dogs, are allowed on the farm.
• Face masks are required.
• No outside alcohol, coolers and catered meals.
• Schofield Road is a Lake County clay road.
• Southern Hill Farms is a working farm, you will be parking and walking in grass and unpaved areas.
• All events are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather and crop availability.
• Always check our website on the day of your planned visit for final event details.
Hours and directions:
• Address - 16651 Schofield Road, Clermont, FL 34714.
• Hours - 9 am to 4 pm, entry ends at 3:30 pm.
• https://southernhillfarms.com/hours-and-directions.
WARNING
Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96.

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10:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 1

Please join us on Saturday May 1st from 10am-6pm and Sunday May 2nd, 2021 from 10am-5pm on the beautiful brick streets of Historic Downtown Sanford, FL for the 10th Annual St. Johns River Festival of the Arts!
This is a Fine Arts & Fine Crafts event filled with artwork from some of the best artists across the country! See Art-in-Action from live artist demonstrations. Create your own piece of artwork at workshops scheduled during the weekend.
Enjoy gourmet tastes at our 'Culinary Arts Court' while you listen to the sounds of acoustic performers.
Aligned with our theme of "Art-in-Action", we will have talented chalk artists adding more color to the streets of Historic Downtown Sanford!
Come spend the day with us and take home a beautiful piece of art to add to your art collection!
ABOUT HISTORIC DOWNTOWN SANFORD
The Historic Downtown Sanford District in Central Florida is a global travel destination featuring award-winning restaurants, craft breweries, gastropubs, shopping, world-class events, street festivals, concerts, theaters, art galleries, and a spectacular marina featuring fishing, boating and dinner cruises.

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10:00 am / 2:00 pm
May 1

Weekly Open House every Saturday at The Orlando School of Music!!

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.!

Come visit us to view the school, receive a VIP tour of the school, and schedule a trial lesson! We have a lot of great perks for students and parents!

4968 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803! (321) 281-8386!

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May 1

Public skating is for children 12 years old and younger and their parents.
$8.00 admission includes regular skate rental

Adults that want to skate the admission is only $5.00 with every paid child and as always non skating chaperones are free.

Need a lesson?

For $10.00, come in at 9 a.m. and have instruction from 9:15 to 10 a.m., which includes our Tiny Tot public session and regular skate rental!

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Nature Play
May 1

Fables on the Farm is a children's fun time here at Wildflower Farm.

They will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, the baby goats will come join for a meet and greet! We will supply fresh greens you can feed them.

Then they will ask for you to help to us give the "kids" a bottle of warm milk!

Farm products, local craft items and merchandise will be available for purchase.
Admission is $12.50 per person. (1 and under free)

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May 1

All Your Favorite Classic Cars Come Together at One Place.

Join us every Saturday and take a trip down memory lane. The Old Town Classic Car Show has been a local tradition for over 30 years, it is one of the premier weekly car shows in Central Florida.

The Saturday Classic Car Show begins at 1:00 pm and welcomes show-quality 1983 and older hot rods, street rods, and antiques. Cars will cruise at 8:30 pm and all registered cars are able to participate.

The Classic Car Show is free for participants and free for the public to attend. It's the perfect outing for families of every generation, young and old, to enjoy.

Here are some reminders and safety precautions to ensure everyone enjoys their time at Old Town:
- Practice safe social distancing between you and other guests of at least 6 feet.
- No gatherings or congregating of more than 10 individuals.
- Face masks or coverings are strongly encouraged while you enjoy Old Town.
- Face masks are county mandated inside public facilities in Osceola County.
- Old Town has placed additional sanitizing stations throughout the property and at each restroom.
- All Old Town staff, security and housekeeping are required to be temperature checked and wear masks at all times.
- Old Town requires cars be parked at least 6 feet apart to ensure cruiser and guest safety.

For more information on how to stay safe and healthy during your visit to Old Town, please visit Stay Safe.

PARTICIPATING CLASSIC CARS: enter Old Town from Highway 192 under the east (left) side of the Jukebox signs where you’ll be greeted by Event Staff. They will then direct you to a security escort down the brick streets. Please do not drive on the bricks without permission.

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May 2

Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct (and mostly new this year!) offerings. It’s the most we’ve ever had, and it makes Seven Seas the biggest theme park food festival in Orlando. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 wine and cocktail selections and 75 craft beers. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Now – May 9, and President's Day, Feb. 15. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or 90s throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo. With exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animals, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. All theaters and stadiums at SeaWorld Orlando operate at a limited capacity with modified seating to prevent proper physical distancing. Live concert audio will also be broadcasted to additional areas of the park for your enjoyment during the festival.

 

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Nature Play
9:00 am / 4:00 pm
May 2

fresh blueberries, peaches, sunflowers and zinnias available for picking here at your local farm!
FAQ's:
• Flower field passes are required to enter the sunflower and zinnia fields and can be purchased at the farm. $5 plus tax for guests 10 and over, $2 plus tax for guests 3 to 9. Children 2 and under are free.
• There are no admission fees or reservations required, stop by any time that we are open.
• Face masks required for guests over 3 when under covered barns, in lines and when social distancing cannot be maintained.
• Animals, including dogs, are strictly prohibited due to state and federal food safety regulations.
• Entrance gates close at 3:30 pm.
At the farm:
• Fresh blueberry, peach, zinnia, and sunflower picking!
• Food trucks (Updates coming soon).
• Live music. (Updates coming soon).
• Local craft beer, wine, hard seltzer, light beer, frozen concoctions and blueberry mimosas from The Beer Shed.
• Donuts, blueberry cobbler, muffins and more seasonal treats from our bakery, Southern Hill Sweets.
• Shop our own handcrafted goodies in our Southern Hill Market. Think raw, unfiltered honey, hand poured candles and handmade sugar scrubs.
• Rooftop deck.
• Permanent restrooms with baby changing tables.
• Picnic tables. First come, first served.
• Fire pits.
Kids Zone:
• Our unlimited play wristband gives you all-day access to our kids zone activities! $10 plus tax for children under 42", 42" and taller is $14 plus tax per individual.
• Available 9 am to 4 pm.
• Includes access to our rock climbing wall, jump pillows, bounce houses, festival swing, giant fun slide, obstacle course, sports game, and rock wall.
• Please note that you must be 42" or taller to participate in our rock climbing wall and festival swing. Closed toe shoes are required for the rock climbing wall.
Prices:
• $2 per u-pick sunflower.
• $3 per pre-cut sunflower.
• $1 per u-pick zinnia.
• $4/lb u-pick peaches.
• $5/lb u-pick blueberries.
• $12 for 2 lbs pre-picked blueberries.
• $3/lb frozen blueberries (packaged in approximately 4 to 5 lb bags).
• Birthday Pavilions available for rent for half day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours) rentals. Contact our event manager, Sharla, at sharla@southernhillfarms.com for more details.
• You’re responsible for paying for everything that you pick.
• Cash, debit and all major credit cards accepted.
Keep in mind:
• No animals, including dogs, are allowed on the farm.
• Face masks are required.
• No outside alcohol, coolers and catered meals.
• Schofield Road is a Lake County clay road.
• Southern Hill Farms is a working farm, you will be parking and walking in grass and unpaved areas.
• All events are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather and crop availability.
• Always check our website on the day of your planned visit for final event details.
Hours and directions:
• Address - 16651 Schofield Road, Clermont, FL 34714.
• Hours - 9 am to 4 pm, entry ends at 3:30 pm.
• https://southernhillfarms.com/hours-and-directions.
WARNING
Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96.

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May 2

New Weekly Indoor Sunday Market inside the Altamonte Springs Mall featuring Fresh Produce, Packaged Foods, Food Finds, Flowers, Local Artisans just off Center Court 1st floor

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 3

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 4

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 5

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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May 5

What:
Take a stroll through the galleries with infants and toddlers in tow! Join a Museum educator for a one-hour tour of OMA with lively discussion and engaging experiences. Crying and chatty babies are welcome! Both babies and adults can gaze at colorful and intriguing works of art without the fear of being disruptive. This tour offers something for everyone! Sponsored by Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.
Pre-registration is required. This spring, each tour is limited to 10 adults. All participants, except children under the age of two, must wear face coverings per CDC recommendations.
Who:
Parents, grandparents, caregivers, toddlers, and infants.
Price:
$12 (the price of general admission); FREE for members; $10 for additional adults
When:
Select Wednesdays; 10:30 a.m.

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Nature Play
May 5

Fables on the Farm is a children's fun time here at Wildflower Farm.

They will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, the baby goats will come join for a meet and greet! We will supply fresh greens you can feed them.

Then they will ask for you to help to us give the "kids" a bottle of warm milk!

Farm products, local craft items and merchandise will be available for purchase.
Admission is $12.50 per person. (1 and under free)

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Foodie Fun
5:00 pm
May 5

On Wednesdays, kids eat free* with the Little Piglet Dinner Special.

Wednesday, starting at 5pm, stop by Pig Floyd's locations for dinner and along with your dinner purchase, your child can enjoy a Quesadilla or Chicken tender kids meal, ON US.
Don't have kids, perfect night to invite a friend that does.

See you for dinner!

*Special offer restricted to this date/time only and applies to quesadilla or chicken tender kids meals. Items cannot be substituted.
FoodKid FriendlyFood tasting

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 6

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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May 6

When: Thursday, May 6
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Cost: Free
Registration is required through this site

In this webinar, you will learn about our most common Florida sharks, their ecology, conservation status, threats, and fishing regulations.
Armando is a UF/IFAS Extension Sea Grant agent in Pinellas County. His extension programs focus on artificial reefs, water quality/quantity, fisheries, and marine resource conservation.

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May 6

You can do the $25 drop-in class rate or monthly membership is $75. There are limited spots available so please be sure to message me to reserve your spot. Social distancing will be practiced during this class.

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May 7

Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct (and mostly new this year!) offerings. It’s the most we’ve ever had, and it makes Seven Seas the biggest theme park food festival in Orlando. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 wine and cocktail selections and 75 craft beers. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Now – May 9, and President's Day, Feb. 15. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or 90s throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo. With exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animals, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. All theaters and stadiums at SeaWorld Orlando operate at a limited capacity with modified seating to prevent proper physical distancing. Live concert audio will also be broadcasted to additional areas of the park for your enjoyment during the festival.

 

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9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 7

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

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7:00 pm / 9:00 pm
May 7

Host A Family Movie Night At Home

Gather the gang for Family Night, weekly family viewing events featuring movie specials or themed programming.

Download printable Family Night movie tickets , movie marquee signs and a movie snack box !

Don't miss family night every Friday from 7 - 9 PM on PBS KIDS!

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May 8

Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct (and mostly new this year!) offerings. It’s the most we’ve ever had, and it makes Seven Seas the biggest theme park food festival in Orlando. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 wine and cocktail selections and 75 craft beers. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Now – May 9, and President's Day, Feb. 15. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or 90s throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo. With exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animals, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. All theaters and stadiums at SeaWorld Orlando operate at a limited capacity with modified seating to prevent proper physical distancing. Live concert audio will also be broadcasted to additional areas of the park for your enjoyment during the festival.

 

Read More
May 8
  • The Winter Park Farmers’ Market is normally held at the old train depot, located at 200 West New England Avenue, that has been restored into an historical landmark that hosts this NUMBER ONE produce and plant market in Central Florida. The market takes place every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a popular community gathering place that provides fine produce, plants, baked goods and so much more.
Read More
9:00 am / 6:00 pm
May 8

Buckle up for your wildest car ride yet! Travel down gravel paths within our Drive-thru Safari Park and discover more than 100 native and exotic animals roaming freely. During your journey, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a variety of animals often only found around the world. Enjoy identifying species from as far away as the African savanna to others from the deciduous forests of North America, all from the comfort of your own car.

Read More
Nature Play
9:00 am / 4:00 pm
May 8

fresh blueberries, peaches, sunflowers and zinnias available for picking here at your local farm!
FAQ's:
• Flower field passes are required to enter the sunflower and zinnia fields and can be purchased at the farm. $5 plus tax for guests 10 and over, $2 plus tax for guests 3 to 9. Children 2 and under are free.
• There are no admission fees or reservations required, stop by any time that we are open.
• Face masks required for guests over 3 when under covered barns, in lines and when social distancing cannot be maintained.
• Animals, including dogs, are strictly prohibited due to state and federal food safety regulations.
• Entrance gates close at 3:30 pm.
At the farm:
• Fresh blueberry, peach, zinnia, and sunflower picking!
• Food trucks (Updates coming soon).
• Live music. (Updates coming soon).
• Local craft beer, wine, hard seltzer, light beer, frozen concoctions and blueberry mimosas from The Beer Shed.
• Donuts, blueberry cobbler, muffins and more seasonal treats from our bakery, Southern Hill Sweets.
• Shop our own handcrafted goodies in our Southern Hill Market. Think raw, unfiltered honey, hand poured candles and handmade sugar scrubs.
• Rooftop deck.
• Permanent restrooms with baby changing tables.
• Picnic tables. First come, first served.
• Fire pits.
Kids Zone:
• Our unlimited play wristband gives you all-day access to our kids zone activities! $10 plus tax for children under 42", 42" and taller is $14 plus tax per individual.
• Available 9 am to 4 pm.
• Includes access to our rock climbing wall, jump pillows, bounce houses, festival swing, giant fun slide, obstacle course, sports game, and rock wall.
• Please note that you must be 42" or taller to participate in our rock climbing wall and festival swing. Closed toe shoes are required for the rock climbing wall.
Prices:
• $2 per u-pick sunflower.
• $3 per pre-cut sunflower.
• $1 per u-pick zinnia.
• $4/lb u-pick peaches.
• $5/lb u-pick blueberries.
• $12 for 2 lbs pre-picked blueberries.
• $3/lb frozen blueberries (packaged in approximately 4 to 5 lb bags).
• Birthday Pavilions available for rent for half day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours) rentals. Contact our event manager, Sharla, at sharla@southernhillfarms.com for more details.
• You’re responsible for paying for everything that you pick.
• Cash, debit and all major credit cards accepted.
Keep in mind:
• No animals, including dogs, are allowed on the farm.
• Face masks are required.
• No outside alcohol, coolers and catered meals.
• Schofield Road is a Lake County clay road.
• Southern Hill Farms is a working farm, you will be parking and walking in grass and unpaved areas.
• All events are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather and crop availability.
• Always check our website on the day of your planned visit for final event details.
Hours and directions:
• Address - 16651 Schofield Road, Clermont, FL 34714.
• Hours - 9 am to 4 pm, entry ends at 3:30 pm.
• https://southernhillfarms.com/hours-and-directions.
WARNING
Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96.

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10:00 am / 2:00 pm
May 8

Weekly Open House every Saturday at The Orlando School of Music!!

10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.!

Come visit us to view the school, receive a VIP tour of the school, and schedule a trial lesson! We have a lot of great perks for students and parents!

4968 East Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803! (321) 281-8386!

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May 8

Grab your Leash and your Float: Orlando’s Cutest Pet Parade is on its way! 🐶 🌈
Join us on Saturday, May 8, 2021, for Paws in the Park, where we’ll parade (in style!) around Lake Eola in support of Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, the region’s oldest and largest animal welfare agency. Begin fundraising: http://bit.ly/PITP2021
Paws in the Park festivities include:
✨ Dog games, including the Reed Nissan Lure Courses
✨ Tito's Vodka for Dog People Costume Contest
✨ Virtual Walk with Wooftrax
✨ Pet Health Education segments with Zesty Paws
✨ Shopping at our Vendor Market Place
✨ Beer Garden at Persimmon Hollow Brewery
✨ Food trucks
✨ Adoptable pets
✨ And, so much more!
Your support will help Pet Alliance save over 5,200 dogs and cats this year by providing shelter, care and love until they find their forever homes.
REGISTER: http://bit.ly/PITP2021

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May 8

Public skating is for children 12 years old and younger and their parents.
$8.00 admission includes regular skate rental

Adults that want to skate the admission is only $5.00 with every paid child and as always non skating chaperones are free.

Need a lesson?

For $10.00, come in at 9 a.m. and have instruction from 9:15 to 10 a.m., which includes our Tiny Tot public session and regular skate rental!

Read More
Nature Play
May 8

Fables on the Farm is a children's fun time here at Wildflower Farm.

They will read a children's book in our pasture pavilion. After the book reading, the baby goats will come join for a meet and greet! We will supply fresh greens you can feed them.

Then they will ask for you to help to us give the "kids" a bottle of warm milk!

Farm products, local craft items and merchandise will be available for purchase.
Admission is $12.50 per person. (1 and under free)

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May 8

All Your Favorite Classic Cars Come Together at One Place.

Join us every Saturday and take a trip down memory lane. The Old Town Classic Car Show has been a local tradition for over 30 years, it is one of the premier weekly car shows in Central Florida.

The Saturday Classic Car Show begins at 1:00 pm and welcomes show-quality 1983 and older hot rods, street rods, and antiques. Cars will cruise at 8:30 pm and all registered cars are able to participate.

The Classic Car Show is free for participants and free for the public to attend. It's the perfect outing for families of every generation, young and old, to enjoy.

Here are some reminders and safety precautions to ensure everyone enjoys their time at Old Town:
- Practice safe social distancing between you and other guests of at least 6 feet.
- No gatherings or congregating of more than 10 individuals.
- Face masks or coverings are strongly encouraged while you enjoy Old Town.
- Face masks are county mandated inside public facilities in Osceola County.
- Old Town has placed additional sanitizing stations throughout the property and at each restroom.
- All Old Town staff, security and housekeeping are required to be temperature checked and wear masks at all times.
- Old Town requires cars be parked at least 6 feet apart to ensure cruiser and guest safety.

For more information on how to stay safe and healthy during your visit to Old Town, please visit Stay Safe.

PARTICIPATING CLASSIC CARS: enter Old Town from Highway 192 under the east (left) side of the Jukebox signs where you’ll be greeted by Event Staff. They will then direct you to a security escort down the brick streets. Please do not drive on the bricks without permission.

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May 8

What’s the best kind of mess? The kind you don’t have to clean up!
It’s Mess Month at Orlando Science Center and we have an especially messy Kids Night at the Museum planned!
Kids ages 5 – 12 are invited to an evening of exploring exhibit halls, hands-on, messy activities, dinner and a show, and more! Meanwhile, caregivers can enjoy a mess and stress-free evening of their own with no clean-up!
No two kids are alike, and neither are any two Kids Night’s! Don’t miss the last event for junior astronauts to launch into our latest exhibit Planet Pioneers before it blasts off May 9!

Activities include:
• Pizza dinner
• Explore OSC's exciting exhibits
• Classroom STEM activities with an emphasis on self-care
• Live Science Show
• and more!
No two kids are alike, and neither are Kids Nights! Each event is a unique experience.


COST:
Members / Non-Members:
$70 / $75 for the first child
Additional Children:
$40 per sibling
Limited tickets are available ONLINE ONLY! Learn more and register today at https://www.osc.org/visit/events/kids-night-at-the-museum/


PLAN AHEAD:
As a prerequisite for admission, we are asking all guests to wear a face covering and have their temperature checked before participating in Kids Night at the Museum.
While in attendance, all guests are asked to please follow social distancing guidelines and wash or disinfect hands frequently.
For full details on the modifications we’ve made to our experience and our health and safety procedures, please see the building reopening plan: https://www.osc.org/reopening-plan/

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May 9

Oceans of flavor and fun are waiting at SeaWorld. From foodies to families, everyone will find tasty delights among more than 200 distinct (and mostly new this year!) offerings. It’s the most we’ve ever had, and it makes Seven Seas the biggest theme park food festival in Orlando. Explore more than 50 fresh global cuisine choices to pair with over 75 wine and cocktail selections and 75 craft beers. Revitalize your taste buds as you share this welcoming, open-air experience every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Now – May 9, and President's Day, Feb. 15. Add a taste of rock, country, Latin, or 90s throwback sounds at our live music shows, and enjoy even more diverse entertainment and surprises at special times like Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo. With exquisite flavors to top off exhilarating coasters and extraordinary animals, our Seven Seas Food Festival is a voyage to stir the soul—and warm the belly!

SeaWorld is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees, and the animals in our care. All theaters and stadiums at SeaWorld Orlando operate at a limited capacity with modified seating to prevent proper physical distancing. Live concert audio will also be broadcasted to additional areas of the park for your enjoyment during the festival.

 

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Nature Play
9:00 am / 4:00 pm
May 9

fresh blueberries, peaches, sunflowers and zinnias available for picking here at your local farm!
FAQ's:
• Flower field passes are required to enter the sunflower and zinnia fields and can be purchased at the farm. $5 plus tax for guests 10 and over, $2 plus tax for guests 3 to 9. Children 2 and under are free.
• There are no admission fees or reservations required, stop by any time that we are open.
• Face masks required for guests over 3 when under covered barns, in lines and when social distancing cannot be maintained.
• Animals, including dogs, are strictly prohibited due to state and federal food safety regulations.
• Entrance gates close at 3:30 pm.
At the farm:
• Fresh blueberry, peach, zinnia, and sunflower picking!
• Food trucks (Updates coming soon).
• Live music. (Updates coming soon).
• Local craft beer, wine, hard seltzer, light beer, frozen concoctions and blueberry mimosas from The Beer Shed.
• Donuts, blueberry cobbler, muffins and more seasonal treats from our bakery, Southern Hill Sweets.
• Shop our own handcrafted goodies in our Southern Hill Market. Think raw, unfiltered honey, hand poured candles and handmade sugar scrubs.
• Rooftop deck.
• Permanent restrooms with baby changing tables.
• Picnic tables. First come, first served.
• Fire pits.
Kids Zone:
• Our unlimited play wristband gives you all-day access to our kids zone activities! $10 plus tax for children under 42", 42" and taller is $14 plus tax per individual.
• Available 9 am to 4 pm.
• Includes access to our rock climbing wall, jump pillows, bounce houses, festival swing, giant fun slide, obstacle course, sports game, and rock wall.
• Please note that you must be 42" or taller to participate in our rock climbing wall and festival swing. Closed toe shoes are required for the rock climbing wall.
Prices:
• $2 per u-pick sunflower.
• $3 per pre-cut sunflower.
• $1 per u-pick zinnia.
• $4/lb u-pick peaches.
• $5/lb u-pick blueberries.
• $12 for 2 lbs pre-picked blueberries.
• $3/lb frozen blueberries (packaged in approximately 4 to 5 lb bags).
• Birthday Pavilions available for rent for half day (3 hours) or full day (6 hours) rentals. Contact our event manager, Sharla, at sharla@southernhillfarms.com for more details.
• You’re responsible for paying for everything that you pick.
• Cash, debit and all major credit cards accepted.
Keep in mind:
• No animals, including dogs, are allowed on the farm.
• Face masks are required.
• No outside alcohol, coolers and catered meals.
• Schofield Road is a Lake County clay road.
• Southern Hill Farms is a working farm, you will be parking and walking in grass and unpaved areas.
• All events are subject to change or cancellation due to inclement weather and crop availability.
• Always check our website on the day of your planned visit for final event details.
Hours and directions:
• Address - 16651 Schofield Road, Clermont, FL 34714.
• Hours - 9 am to 4 pm, entry ends at 3:30 pm.
• https://southernhillfarms.com/hours-and-directions.
WARNING
Under Florida law, an agritourism operator is not liable for injury or death of, or damage or loss to, a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury, death, damage, or loss results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, death, damage, or loss. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Chapter 2013 – 179, Section 570.96.

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May 9

New Weekly Indoor Sunday Market inside the Altamonte Springs Mall featuring Fresh Produce, Packaged Foods, Food Finds, Flowers, Local Artisans just off Center Court 1st floor

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May 9

A dash of magic comes to downtown Orlando nearly every Sunday evening through May, as Dr. Phillips Center presents Disney Movie Night—classic stories direct from the Walt Disney Company’s vast film library. The weekly series is sponsored by Walt Disney World Resort and supported by Experience Kissimmee.

Part of our one-of-a-kind Frontyard Festival™, presented by AdventHealth—six months of socially distant, live outdoor entertainment and unique experiences, including dinner and drinks delivered to your box from on-site restaurants.
Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.
PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) – Some material may not be suitable for children.

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