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Listings of summertime food truck events, drinking events and sporting events

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Forget bikini season. Summer in the Sunshine State is not about lying out in the scorching sun. It’s about finding things to do that help us stay sane, beat the heat and bide our time until September.
Summer is, therefore, perfect for food truck fare. It’s also good for drinking, so sip your summer blues away while pub-crawling through the season. Or for picking up a new pastime – stay cool while watching the competition heat up
at a Florida League baseball or Orlando City soccer game.
In the following pages, we’ve compiled lists of food truck events, spectator sports and pub crawls to help you stay busy ’til fall.

June 26, July 25, Aug. 22
Food Truck Bazaar 5-8 pm Thursday; Valencia College Lake Nona Campus, 12350 Narcoosee Road; free; thedailycity.com.

June 26-Aug. 28
Maitland Food Truck Café 6-9 pm every Wednesday; Lake Lily Park, 641 S. Maitland Ave., Maitland; various menu prices; itsmymaitland.com.

June 26-Aug. 28
Wild Wild Wednesdays in Conway 5-9 pm every Wednesday; various menu prices; facebook.com/wild wildwednesdaysinconway.

June 28, July 26, Aug. 23
Windermere Food Truck Friday 5-9 pm Friday; Downtown Windermere, 614 Main St., Windermere; various menu prices; facebook.com/wind ermerefoodtruckroundup.

June 28-Aug. 30
Food Truck Friday 10 am-2 pm every Friday; RDV Sportsplex, 8701 Maitland Summit Blvd.; various menu prices; 407-916-2442; facebook.com/rdvathleticclub.

July 2-Aug. 27
Tasty Tuesdays A rotating lineup of local food trucks rolls into the Milk District to feed the hungry. 6:30-10 pm every Tuesday; The Milk District, East Robinson Street and North Bumby Avenue; various menu prices; facebook.com/tastytuesdaysorlando.

July 4, Aug. 1
Apopka Food Truck Round Up Local mobile food vendors serve up specialty dishes. 5:30-9 pm Thursday; Kit Land Nelson Park, South Park Avenue and East Orange Street, Apopka; various menu prices; 407-703-1777; facebook.com/apopkafoodtruckroundup.

July 5, Aug. 2
Food Truck Bazaar
6-9 pm Friday; Kissimmee Civic Center, 201 E. Dakin Ave.; free; thedailycity.com.

July 6, Aug. 3
Food Truck Bazaar 6-9 pm Saturday; Palmetto Avenue and Seminole Boulevard, Sanford; free; thedailycity.com.

July 12, Aug. 9
Food Truck Crazy 4-8 pm Friday; West Oaks Mall, 9467 W. Colonial Drive, Ocoee; free; 407-296-5882; foodtruckcrazy.com.

July 12, Aug. 9
Food Truck Bazaar
6-9 p.m. Friday; Casselberry City Hall, 95 N. Triplet Lake Drive; free; thedailycity.com.

July 14, Aug. 11
Food Truck Crazy 4-8 pm Sunday; Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Marketplace Blvd.; free; 407-296-5882; foodtruckcrazy.com.

July 14, Aug. 11
Food Truck Bazaar 6-9 pm Sunday; Fashion Square Mall, 3201 E. Colonial Drive; various menu prices; thedailycity.com.

July 19, Aug. 16
Ocoee Food Truck Friday 6-9 pm Friday; Bill Breeze Park, 125 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee; various menu prices; 407-905-3180; ocoee.org.

July 27, Aug. 24
Food Truck Crazy Noon-5 pm Saturday; Fleet Peeple’s Park, Lakemont Avenue and Glenridge Way, Winter Park; various menu prices; 407-296-5882; foodtruckcrazy.com.

July 28
Food Truck Bazaar
6-9 pm Sunday; 3680 Avalon Park Blvd.; various menu prices; thedailycity.com.

Aug. 1
Food Truck Bazaar 5-8 pm Thursday; DeVry University, 4000 Millenia Blvd.; various menu prices; thedailycity.com.

Aug. 9
Food Truck Crazy Mobile food vendors serve up dinner. 7-10 pm Friday; Quantum Leap Winery, 1312 Wilfred Drive; various menu prices; 407-296-5882; foodtruckcrazy.com.

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