Saturday, Oct. 18: 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: Open House Conspiracy Three-year Anniversary: http://bit.ly/ZGj0HO

 

Foster the People: http://bit.ly/1zdmAJv

Music on Mills: http://bit.ly/1vi5UNa

Epcot Food and Wine Festival: Night Ranger: http://bit.ly/1sMkagb

Orlando International Dragon Boat Festival: http://bit.ly/1su2BjB

Fossil Fair: http://bit.ly/1sMkzzb

Winter Springs Festival of the Arts: Artoberfest: http://bit.ly/101IXlX

Ziggy Marley: http://bit.ly/1CqvS1c

Orlando Fire Run: http://bit.ly/1w96CeI

5th Annual Asian Cultural Expo: http://bit.ly/1F4g8VO

The MET Live in HD: Le Nozze Di Figaro: http://bit.ly/1txI1m0

Godzilla: The Japanese Original: http://bit.ly/1DftEUC

Orlando’s Urban Excursion Bike Race and Series: http://bit.ly/11uin5j

26th Annual Florida Skunk Show: http://bit.ly/1sVACuS

Florida Dachschund Rescue’s 3rd Annual Weinerfest: http://bit.ly/ZwgsM1

Thin Man Watts Jazz Festival: http://bit.ly/101JeFk

Steampunk Industrial Show: http://bit.ly/1sXnFBX

 

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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