Kick off Halloween month at Fairvilla's sexy party, Carnivale de Fairvilla, and kiss a pug while you're at it

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If you’re in the mood for adult fare, drop by the Carnivale de Fairvilla, a sexy Halloween party hosted in Orlando’s own eponymous adult-novelty megastore. Sip on complimentary cocktails while your fortune is told at Psychic Alley, try your hand at conjuring ghosts in a vape cloud competition or find true love at the Pug Kissing Booth. If that isn’t your bag, drop by for a photo op at the live body-painting exhibition or indulge in a quick game of dildo ring toss before the night’s costume contest, where revelers will vie for the chance to be named Sexiest, Scariest or Best Couple. A raffle to benefit Pug Rescue of Florida will close out the night, with prizes like a $100 gift card to Fairvilla Megastore, tickets to a roller derby match or sexy toys of such provenance and bounty as to boggle the mind.

7-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 | Fairvilla Megastore, 1740 N. Orange Blossom Trail | 407-425-6005 | fairvilla.com | free


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