Summer is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over! More moderate temperatures mean September is the perfect time of year to explore some of the best activities and events the Orlando area has to offer. Here are some of our picks for events to enjoy this month!
Magical Dining Month
- When? All month long
- How Much? $35
Want to enjoy some of the best food in the area at a great price and support a good cause? All month long, over 50 of Orlando’s finest restaurants will be offering a $35 prix-fixe (fixed price) menu including appetizer, entree, and dessert. With so many restaurants to choose from, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Best of all, $1 from every Magical Dining meal goes to Feed The Need Florida, a non-profit working to bring healthy food to families impacted by the Covid-19 crisis.
For more information visit: https://www.visitorlando.com/en/magical-dining
Flicks and Fireworks
- When? Every Friday and Saturday at 9:00 pm
- Where? SeaWorld Orlando
- How Much? $50 per car
Enjoy a unique night at the movies in a safe, socially-distanced way! SeaWorld is bringing back the fun of a drive-in movie and adding an amazing fireworks display for a truly magical night out. Ticket prices are per car, not per person, so get your friends together and enjoy a memorable evening with one of your favorite movies.
For more information visit: https://seaworld.com/orlando/events/flicks-and-fireworks/
Baby Goat Yoga
- When? Four days a week through September
- Where? Wildflower Farm, 2218 Carrington Drive
- How Much? $22 per person
Sometimes you just need to get out of the city and relax. Wildflower Farm, located just outside of Orlando, has the perfect way to reduce stress – calming yoga and adorable baby animals! Whether you’re experienced in yoga or just want the change to play with the goats, Wildflower Farm can help you destress and have fun!
For more information visit: https://www.wildflowerfarmorlando.com/
Global Peace Film Festival
- When? September 21st – October 4th
Since 2003, the Global Peace Film Festival has used film and art to encourage positive change in the world. This fall, the festival celebrates another year of expression and dialogue through thought-provoking film. In addition to screenings throughout Winter Park and Orlando, this year’s festival will feature an online series of films and discussions, so you can take part in the conversation in person or from the comfort of home.
For more information visit: https://peacefilmfest.org/