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Learning and Civics in Orlando this week

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LEARNING

Be A Pilot Career Fair and Open House Learn about Aerosim Flight Academy and discover what it takes to become a professional pilot. 11 am-3 pm Saturday; Aerosim Flight Academy, 2700 Flightline Ave., Sanford; free; 407-330-7020; acad emy.aerosim.com/sanford

Bob Kealing at Bookmark It Reading of his Tupperware Unsealed novel.  Noon-2 pm Sunday; Bookmark It, East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive; free; bookmarkit.com

Book Fright Five local writers share their horror and science fiction tales. 7-9 pm Monday; East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive; free; bookmarkit.com



The Debate That Never Was: George Brinton McClellan vs. Abraham Lincoln Enacting the 1864 presidential campaign, sponsored by the Greater Orlando Civil War Roundtable. 7 pm Thursday; Pine Castle Woman’s Club, 5901 S. Orange Ave.; contact for price; 407-731-7616

Emily Ellyn’s Epcot 2014 Demos Cooking demos with the “retro rad chef” herself. Limited seating available and reservations recommended. 3 pm and 5 pm Wednesday; Festival Center, Epcot, Walt Disney World; $15 plus price of admission; 407-939-3378; emilyellyn.com

Moroccan Theme Workshop Join celebrity chef Francis Biondi for a demonstration and hands-on workshop. 6:30 pm Monday; The Ancient Olive, 324 N. Park Ave., Winter Park; contact for price; theancientolive.com

CIVICS

Annual Business Meeting of the Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community PEC will present its Annual Report and review the past year and its plans for the future. 6:30-8 pm Thursday; Robert Hungerford Preparatory High School, East Kennedy Boulevard and Wymore Road, Eatonville; free; 407-647-3307; preserveeatonville.org

End Polio Now Breakfast Enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the Dubsdread ballroom to kick off World Polio Day. 7:15 am Thursday; College Park Rotary Club, 549 W. Par St.; free; collegeparkrotary.org

Rethinking the City: Urban Narratives Featuring presentations by urbanoligist Max Grinnell and artist Nathan Selikoff. 6:30 pm Tuesday; East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive; free; face book.com/rethinkingthecity

Super Joy Riders: Do-Gooder Bike Ride Wear a superhero costume and hop on bicycles with the group for a community-minded bike ride. 10 am-noon Sunday; To Be Announced, To Be Announced; free; 407-704-6895; facebook.com/superjoyriders

Votelando Political, cultural and social service representatives as well as live music and more. Noon-10 pm Saturday; Discount Music Center Studio, 3301 Gardenia Ave.; free; 407-423-4171

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