Friday, Oct. 17: Things to do today/tonight

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28 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/15 – 10/21)
  • 28 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/15 – 10/21)

28 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/15 – 10/21)

MUSIC PICK OF THE DAY: Givers and/or Me Chinese and Room Full of Strangers CMK Pre-Party: http://bit.ly/ZGj0HO

Audubon Assembly: http://bit.ly/1xVtC12

Vampire’s Ball: http://bit.ly/1xVsHh6

La Tragedie de Carmen: http://bit.ly/1ocCMGq

Our Roaring Twenties: http://bit.ly/1wbmFYH

Horror Movie Poetry Night: http://bit.ly/1sMhvDh

7 Deadly Sins: http://bit.ly/1sXmfXU

Oktoberfest with Falling Leaves: http://bit.ly/1wbnQHE

The Amity Affliction, For the Fallen Dreams, Obey the Brave, Crossfaith: http://bit.ly/1txHz7w

12 Angry Jurors: http://bit.ly/YTwCia

Jason Aldean: http://bit.ly/1yHgNeb

PechaKucha Night Orlando v14: http://bit.ly/1sMjCXJ

New Politics, Bad Suns: http://bit.ly/1pgL0bA

Kiss of the Spider Woman: http://bit.ly/1Cqv3oY

Masquerade Ball: http://bit.ly/1su2gNT

Booktoberfest: http://bit.ly/Zwgcwk

Extra-Estetica: http://bit.ly/1vi8lzs

Umbra in Lucem: http://bit.ly/1wcxFqB

For more stuff going on this week, visit our online calendar.

Arts and Culture: http://bit.ly/1yHd1kM

Music: http://bit.ly/Zwf1gv

Learning and Civics: http://bit.ly/1xVrzdw

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