Walt Disney World may have cancelled this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party due to COVID-19, but they’re still planning to celebrate fall and Halloween with new decorations, food offerings, and even a bit of a rule change.
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The outlet center is hosting the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores’ Deals for Two Decades 20th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, October 22, from 11am to 3pm with fun free activities for every age.
Orlando’s East End Market will be celebrating its two-year anniversary with three days of festivities that are inspired by the Halloween weekend, and Mexico’s Day of the Dead.
The anniversary celebration kicks off on Friday, October 30 with the Midnight Market. This after hours event runs from 9pm to midnight, and features authentic Mexican recipes throughout the evening, as well as a mariachi band, salsa dancers, and more.
On Friday, October 28, bring the kids out to Avalon Park for a Halloween edition of the district’s free Movie Under the Stars.
This family-orientated event will feature free Trick-or-Treat bags, face painting, balloon artists and more, along with a showing of the classic “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
The event starts at 7pm and there will also be free popcorn and refreshments for sale. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs for seating during the film.
More details below the fold or visit AvalonPark.com.
If you’re in the Kissimmee area on Friday, October 14, head on over to Old Town on Hwy 192 for their Zombie Walk.
The event is to kick off the Halloween season at the popular tourist attraction, but you don’t have to just watch, you can also participate.
Just show up between 2 and 3pm on Friday, dressed in clothes that you don’t mind having ruined with make-up and fake blood, and professional make-up artist Tim Hays of MonsterFX will complete your transformation into one of the undead for free.
If you want to participate, RSVP to Rachel McIntee at rachel at myoldtownusa.com.
Otherwise, show up mid-afternoon and grab a viewing spot to watch the zombies shuffle on by. It’s all free.