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September
- October
- November - December

January
Spectacle of Lights. Late November-Early January. Light display spread throughout the Disney-MGM Studios, consisting of three million holiday lights including the Osborne family's display. For information call (407) 824-4321.
CompUSA Florida Citrus Bowl. New Year's Day. Nationally televised college football game between the second ranked teams from the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference. Hosted at the Florida Citrus Bowl, 1 Citrus Bowl Plaza. For more information contact (407) 423-2476.
Walt Disney World's Indy 200. Late January. Indy Style race cars. Located in Walt Disney World Speedway. For more information contact (407) 363-6600.

February
Houston Astros Spring Training. Mid-February to March. You can go see the pros in practice. Located in Osceola County Stadium. For more information contact (407) 933-5400.
Silver Spurs Rodeo. Mid-February. Attracting the PRCA's top 40 cowboys, this is the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi. For information call (407) 847-4052.
Bach Festival. Late-February. Third oldest Bach festival in the country, first held in 1935 in order to commemmorate the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach. Located in Rollins College. For more information contact (407) 646-2182.
Central Florida Fair. Late-February. Featuring carnival rides and games, food, exhibits, music, and much more. Located in Central Florida Fairgrounds. For more information contact (407) 295-3247.

March
Bach Festival. Early March. Third oldest Bach festival in the country, first held in 1935 in order to commemmorate the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach. Located in Rollins College. For more information contact (407) 646-2182.
Central Florida Fair. Early March. Featuring carnival rides and games, food, exhibits, music, and much more. Located in the Central Florida Fairgrounds. For more information contact (407) 295-3247.
Kissimmee Blue Grass Festival. Early March. Four day event featuring bluegrass gospel music, arts and crafts, food and more. Located in the Silver Spurs Arena, 1875 East Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway. For more information contact (407) 473-7773.
Houston Astros Spring Training. Mid February-March. You can go see the pros in practice. Located in Osceola County Stadium. For more information contact (407) 933-5400.
St Patrick's Day Party. Mid March. Pleasure Island is host to this party featuring Irish games, food, music and more. For more information contact (407) 824-4321.
International Orchid Fair. Mid March. Featuring thousands of orchids from growers over the world. Located at World of Orchids, 2501 N. Old Lake Wilson Road. For more information contact (407) 396-1881.
Marshmallow Drop. Saturday before Easter. Helicopter drops thousands of marshmallows over an open field, children 4-12 gather them, then exchange their full baskets for a box of candy. Located at Barnett Park, 4801 W. Colonial Drive. For more information call (407) 836-6200.
Disney's Easter Parade. Easter Week. The Magic Kingdom Park hosts an Easter Parade with floats, live performances, and Disney characters. For more information call (407) 824-4321.

 

April
Marshmallow Drop. Saturday before Easter. Helicopter drops thousands of marshmallows over an open field, children 4-12 gather them, then exchange their full baskets for a box of candy. Located at Barnett Park, 4801 W. Colonial Drive. For more information call (407) 836-6200.
Disney's Easter Parade. Easter Week. The Magic Kingdom Park hosts an Easter Parade with floats, live performances, and Disney characters. For more information call (407) 824-4321.
Spring Fiesta in the Park. Early April. Regional arts and crafts, live entertainment and more. Located at Lake Eola, Rosalind Avenue (between Central Boulevard and Robinson Street). For more information call (407) 246-2827. International Fringe Festival. Mid April. Hundreds of theatrical performances, at various outdoor and indoor locations in Downtown Orlando. For more information call (407) 648-0077.
International Flower and Garden Festival. Mid April-May. Featuring flower and garden displays representing the international themes of Epcot's World Showcase. For more information contact (407) 824-4321.
Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival. All throughout April. Two Shakespearean works are performed during the month by professional actors, located at Lake Eola Park. For more information call (407) 648-0077.
JazzFest Kissimmee. Late April. Featuring professional and amateur jazz musicians, art exhibits, food and more in this two day event located in Kissimmee's Lakefront Park. For more information call (407) 846-6257.

May
International Flower and Garden Festival. Mid April-May. Featuring flower and garden displays representing the international themes of Epcot's World Showcase. For more information contact (407) 824-4321.
Fulton's Crab House Seafood Alaska Festival. Mid May-Mid June. Featuring fresh seafood. Located in Downtown Disney's Marketplace. For more information contact (407) 934-8424.

June
Fulton's Crab House Seafood Alaska Festival. Mid May-Mid June. Featuring fresh seafood. Located in Downtown Disney's Marketplace. For more information contact (407) 934-8424.
Florida Film Festival. Mid June. Featuring over 100 films, documentaries and shorts from around the world. Located in the Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Avenue. For more information call (407) 629-1088.
International Orchid Fair. Late June. Featuring thousands of orchids from growers over the world. Located at World of Orchids, 2501 N. Old Lake Wilson Road. For more information contact (407) 396-1881.

July
Lake Eola Picnic in the Park. 4th of July. Celebration includes games, entertainment, and more. Located in Lake Eola. Rosalind Avenue. For more information call (407) 246-2827.
Kissimmee Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration. 4th of July. Featuring arts and crafts plus a variety of entertainment. Large firework display. For more information call (407) 932-4050.

August
Summer Music Games World Championships. Mid August. Drum Corps International held at Florida Citrus Bowl. For more information call (630) 495-9866


September


Disneyana Convention. Early September. Trade show and auction featuring limited edition collectibles. Located at the Disney's Contemporary Resort. For information call (407) 827-7600.
Osceola Art Festival. Mid September. Artists from across the state feature their oil paintings, sculptures, photography, etc. Located at Kissimme Lakefront Park, Monument Avenue and Lakeshore Drive. For information call (407) 931-1646.
Night of Joy. Mid September. Contemporary Christian music celebration, featuring top name artists, at at the Magic Kingdom Park. For information call (407) 824-4321.
Annual Mexican Fiesta. Mid September. Commemorating Mexican Independence Day, highlighting Mexican traditions, food, music and more. Located in Lake Eola, Rosalind Avenue. For information call (407) 895-5061.

October
Grand Reserve Dinner and Wine Tasting. Early October. Church Street Station Exchange presents six course dinner on Saturday night, with vintage wines introduced by winery owners. On Sunday wine tasting with more that 100 California and international wineries. For information call (407) 422-2434.
Halloween Horror Night. All through October. Universal Studios features haunted houses, spooky shows, and lots of roaming monsters. For information call (407) 847-4052.
Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Golf Classic. Early October. Annual PGA Tour featuring top pro golphers and amateurs at some of Walt Disney World's golf courses. For information call (407) 824-4321.
Silver Spurs Rodeo. Early October. Attracting the PRCA's top 40 cowboys, this is the largest rodeo east of the Mississippi. For information call (407) 847-4052.
Lake Eola Celebration in the Park. Mid October. Featuring singers, bands and musicians from Walt Disney World, food, games and fireworks. Located in Lake Eola, Rosalind Avenue. For information call (407) 246-2827.
Craft Festival. Early October. Church Street Station Exchange features exhibits from over 100 crafters. For information call (813) 962-0388.
Polish Fest. Mid October. Featuring polish food, arts and crafts, polka contest and much more. For information call (407) 365-2586.
International Food and Wine Festival. Late October-Mid November. Cooking demonstrations and food and wine sampling from around the world at Epcot. For information call (407) 824-4321.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween. Late October. Mickey is the host of this Halloween party, it features trick-or-treating around the park, a children's costume parade and more. Located in the Magic Kingdom Park. For more information call (407) 824-4321.
Halloween Mini Monster Mash for Kids. October 31. Trick-or-treating in Church Street Station Exchange, costume contest, a show and more. For information call (407) 422-2434, ext. 405.
Halloween Street Party. October 31. At Church Street Station Exchange, the street is roped off, live entertainment, costume contest, and more. For information call (407) 422-2432.



November
Fiesta in the Park. Early November. Arts and crafts show featuring 600 booths. Lake Eola Park, 1 N. Rosalind Avenue. For information call (407) 246-2827.
International Food and Wine Festival. Late October-Mid November. Cooking demonstrations and food and wine sampling from around the world at Epcot. For information call (407) 824-4321.
ABC Super Soap Weekend. Mid November. Celebrities from ABC's daytime soap operas make their appearance in the Disney-MGM Studios. For information call (407) 824-4321.
Festival of Trees. Mid November. Festival features designer Christmas trees, carolers, seminars and more. Located in the Orlando Museum of Art, 2416 N. Mills Avenue. For information call (407) 672-3838.
Spectacle of Lights. Late November-Early January. Light display spread throughout the Disney-MGM Studios, consisting of three million holiday lights including the Osborne family's display. For information call (407) 824-4321.
Annual Candlelight Processional. Late November-December 30. A celebrity narrator retells the Christmas story with choir and orchestra. Candlelight procession. Located in American theater at Epcot. For information call (407) 824-4324.
Disney's Jolly Holiday Dinner Show. Late November-December 24. This annual event features a two-hour show with more than 100 cast members. All you can eat dinner. Located in the Disney's Contemporary Resort. For more information call (407) WDW-DINE.

December

Annual Candlelight Processional. Late November-December 30. A celebrity narrator retells the Christmas story with choir and orchestra. Candlelight procession. Located in American theater at Epcot. For information contact (407) 824-4324.
First Baptist Church of Orlando's. Early December. Musical presentation that will get you in the Christmas spirit, it features two 45-foot Christmas trees decked with 400 singing ornaments. First Baptist Church Orlando, 3701 L.B. McLeod Road. For more information call (407) 407-849-6269.
Annual Bark in the Park. Early December. Charitable event held in Orange-County, allows dogs and thier owners to participate in contests. Benefits the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida and the Salvation Army by collecting human food as admission to the event. For information contact (407) 836-8093.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Parade and Party. All through December, call for dates. Mickey is the host of this special party, with snow flakes, cookies, hot chocolate, a parade, fireworks and more. After closing in the Magic Kingdom Park. For more information call (407) 824-4321.
Kissimmee Holiday Extravaganza. Mid December. Featuring live entertainment, 20 tons of snow, fireworks and more. For more information call (407) 932-4050.
Disney's Jolly Holiday Dinner Show. Late November-December 24. This annual event features a two-hour show with more than 100 cast members. All you can eat dinner. Located in the Disney's Contemporary Resort. For more information call (407) WDW-DINE.
New Year's Eve. December 31. Ring in the New Year on Pleasure Island with top-name bands, fireworks, party favors, etc. New Year's Eve Party. December 31. Celebrate the New Years in Orlando's popular Church Street Station Exchange , with champagne toast, live entertainment, party favors, and more.

 


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