Celebrate this city's diversity at Downtown Credo's Orlando Together Parade

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PHOTO VIA NICOLE HIGGINS
  • Photo via Nicole Higgins
This is the second time that the pay-what-you-will coffee biz Downtown Credo hosts a community parade-cum-bike rally through the Parramore neighborhood. This year's parade includes a float-building design-hack challenge in which chosen teams will have two hours to build a float that honors the five pillars of what Credo believes brings Orlando together: art, education, health, sports and tech. The parade will flow from the Downtown Rec Complex along Parramore Avenue and end up at Z.L. Riley Park for a massive block party at noon with food trucks, kite-flying and local vendors. 

Saturday| 8 a.m.-1 p.m. | Downtown Recreation Complex, 363 N. Parramore Ave. | downtowncredo.com | free


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