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Jump into summer with our 2016 Summer Guide



Make your June, July and August better with our Summer Guide suggestions. Below you'll find our 2016 summer concert picks, seven local ice-cold treats, three months' worth of summer blockbuster movies, 11 beaches worth putting miles on your car, a how-to guide to your first OCSC match, things to do on the inevitable rainy days, our seven favorite springs to dip in, five free events we're anticipating this summer, a long list of Gay Days/One Magical Weekend parties and of course all the best places to see fireworks on the 4th of July. If none of that rings your bell, search our calendar for hundreds more event listings.

Dive in!

About this photo: Katie Williams is a surface water biologist and a third-generation Floridian born and raised in Orlando. She enjoys snorkeling, paddleboarding, camping, boating, fishing, and most any other activity that gets her outside and leaves her dirty and covered in bug bites. Like any true outdoorswoman, she won’t be revealing her favorite waterways or campsites, but wishes you the best of luck exploring and finding your own this summer. Follow her Florida adventures on Instagram: @octohawk.

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