Saturday, Oct. 25: Things to do today/tonight

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29 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/22-28)
  • 29 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/22-28)

29 fun things to do in Orlando this week (10/22-28)

MUSIC PICK OF THE DAY: Off the Avenue Live with Thomas Wynn and the Believers, the Groove Orient, Hannah Harber or Maps & Atlases: http://bit.ly/1DETUYC

Zoo Boo Bash: http://bit.ly/10kX9q6

Epcot Food and Wine Festival: Los Lonely Boys: http://bit.ly/1uCsCvi

Harriett’s Park Avenue Fashion Week: http://bit.ly/10kXtFq

Coral Skies Festival: http://bit.ly/1wjiX09

Cows ‘n’ Cabs: http://bit.ly/1os6dED

UCF Knights vs. Temple Owls: http://bit.ly/1vKqLZJ

Halloween Howl: http://bit.ly/1sN8j00

College Park Jazzfest: http://bit.ly/1ol4LOx

Central Florida Veg Fest: http://bit.ly/1sN8okq

Zombie Art Show: http://bit.ly/1CTay4D

An Evening with Coco Peru:http://bit.ly/1tJTNK9

Goldenrod Festival and Parade: http://bit.ly/1w6nIMR

Nautique U.S. Open of Water Skiing: http://bit.ly/1tJU0gA

Lake Mary Heathrow Festival of the Arts: http://bit.ly/1sN9nkL

German American Society Oktoberfest: http://bit.ly/YTBYtG

Distance Music: http://on.fb.me/1uCyXXQ

Votelando: http://on.fb.me/ZNi04I

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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