The annual event is one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious outdoor fine arts & fine crafts festivals. It’s produced by an all-volunteer board and draws up to 350,000 visitors each year
It is free to attend. Hours are 9am-6pm on Friday and Saturday and 9am-5pm on Sunday.
READ OUR PREVIEW of the event.
The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival will return for its 62nd year to Central Park on Park Ave in Winter Park this weekend, May 14-16, 2021.
It’s almost Mother’s Day, and 2021 is starting to look a lot better than last year for celebrating your mom/mother figure.
Many restaurants and attractions are back open, and offering special deals or dinners/brunches to enjoy. Plus, a lot of people are getting vaccinated, making it safer to spend time together.
I’ve perused all the listings and press emails, and here are CitySurfing Orlando’s picks for celebrating moms on Mother’s Day, May 9, 2021. All prices do not include tax or gratuity (please don’t forget to tip!). Under the restaurant list are some fun events happening to enjoy with mom, too.
Orlando is an amazing city for foodies, and if you love tacos, you’ll definitely want to take part in the return of Orlando Taco Week, hosted by the Orlando Weekly.
This time of year, we’d normally be offering up a huge list of Easter dining and family events for you to enjoy, but 2021 is different with COVID-19 and the quarantine.
Thankfully, with more people getting vaccinated, local restaurants and other businesses are offering more Easter brunches and dinners, as well as fun Easter-themed things to do as a family.
So if you’re celebrating Easter this year, here is our list of dining and events worth checking out. Please be careful – wear your masks and social distance. Restaurants listed have pledged to observe COVID safety protocols.
Creative City Project presents its next magical adventure “Down the Rabbit Hole,” which will be performed at Mead Botanical Garden in Winter Park from February 6 through March 14, 2021.
Winter Park Village, a large outdoor retail center in Winter Park, is about to undergo a multimillion dollar revamp.
One of the biggest changes will be made to East Avenue, which runs in front of Regal theater.
In a normal year, there are many ways to celebrate the 4th of July here in Orlando and Central Florida, from theme park events to city-sponsored events, and everything in between.
But 2020 is proving to be anything but normal, and due to COVID-19 safety precautions many of our regular patriotic picks simply aren’t happening.
You don’t have to put off celebrating July 4th completely, though. I have scoured press releases and the internet, and here are our picks for celebrating this year’s holiday:
Due to the Coronavirus, there have been a lot of Orlando and Central Florida Closures, Postponements, and Cancellations. I’ve been posting some to our social media, but decided to create this reference page that will list every one of those changes, as we discover them.
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park has announced a new Spring exhibition of American portraiture and a series of free Friday nights with live music.
The museum, home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of works by American artist and designer Louis Comfort Tiffany, is normally worth a visit on its own, but these upcoming events…and free admission nights…make it a can’t miss night out.
The complete listing of the Morse’s spring events is as follows:
It may not be snowing, but Central Florida loves a good holiday party. But I also know funds are tight this time of year, with everyone shopping to complete their Christmas lists.
So I scoured the web and found every FREE Central Florida holiday event I could find. That’s right…every event listed has no admission charge.
The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park has announced it will provide free admission during the last week of summer, from Tuesday, September 17, through Sunday, September 22.
Tibby’s New Orleans Kitchen is serving up a new seasonal Summer in the Bayou menu, delivering the authentic Cajun flavor and old-fashioned Creole cooking beloved in the bayou and beyond.
Discover the arts and culture of Winter Park at the city’s second Weekend of the Arts, which runs Friday, February 15 through Monday, February 18.
The four-day weekend arts extravaganza will feature dozens events at museums, galleries, theaters, public venues and outdoor spaces.
Here are some of the highlights, many are free:
Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month presented by American Express is kicking off the celebration with a preview week beginning August 24th and continuing through September 30th.
Now in it’s 13th year, Magical Dining shows off the city’s amazing culinary scene with over 100 restaurants participating with special three-course menus, all for the fixed price of $35. There are dishes to please every palate and every diet including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan.
I had an opportunity to preview the menu from Bulla Gastrobar in Winter Park. Bulla features Spanish and Portuguese cuisine, and the Magical Dining menu did not disappoint.