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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.

Spotlight: Orlando Philharmonic, PechaKucha, Vegan Potluck, and Osmonds

Join the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Christopher Confessore, for a free patriotic concert called “God Bless America” Saturday 8pm at the Orlando International Airport. Enjoy 30 artists, a beer tasting and more during “Arts and Crafts Beer” Saturday 1 to 5 at the Ivanhoe Village shopping center with Retro City Cycles and Blue Bonnet. Enjoy an evening of intelligent talks presentations from a group of local thought leaders including an Artist in Residence with Orlando Ballet, the Executive Director of Teach for America-Orlando, the Founder of Timucua Arts Foundation, a Hairdresser and more… during the special event called PechaKucha Saturday 6 to 9 at the Dr Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Enjoy a completely meatless and cruelty free …
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Image: Things Come Apart, thehistorycenter.org

Spotlight: PechaKucha, Maitland Art Museum, Orlando Shakes and History Center

A large lineup of speakers from all walks of life and professions deliver entertaining and thought provoking presentations in an evening of learning called PechaKucha. However, different from durge-like slothy learning events during which a speaker goes on and on with no care placed towards pace, PechaKucha keeps the speed and energy alive by limiting its speakers to 5 minute talks punctuated by a maximum of 20 slides forwarding behind them on a large screen every 20 seconds… PechaKucha takes place tonight at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. A self-guided walk thru of the Maitland Art Center’s newest exhibit “Fiber” mixes with live music, literature readings, a cash bar and socializing to create a relaxed and intelligent evening …
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Image: Orlando Shakes “It’s a Wonderful Life” cast, instagram.com
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Spotlight: Orlando Shakes, Tree Lightings and Pecha Kucha

The movie “It’s a Wonderful Life” is a film everyone loves, even though it’s in black and white. What is this, the eighties? Is Michael J. Fox going to jump out and say “Where we’re going we don’t need angles” Now the folks at Orlando Shakes are putting it on stage as a radio play (a.k.a.- they ain’t paying for sets and they only have to pay 5 actors to play dozens of characters) It’s a Wonderful Life is currently running with the final show falling on December 30. For tickets go to orlandoshakes.org. The City of the Orlando’s annual Tree Lighting Celebration is tonight until 9 at the Lake Eola amphitheater. The 72 foot tree will be sparkling, carolers …
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Image: previous Veg Fest, cfvegfest.org


The Orlando Facial Hair Club celebrates its 3rd anniversary in the private party room Saturday at 7 at World of Beer in downtown Orlando. College Park brings back its annual Jazz Fest placed along Edgewater Drive with 10 bands on 3 stages   Saturday 6 to midnight. Admission is the equivalent of two triple lattes. The 11th annual Veg Fest, a sort-of Gay Pride celebration for vegetarians and their vegetarian allies, will include healthy living and eco-friendly exhibitors, speakers, and presentations; non-profits; fun and games for kids; dog and cat adoptions; restaurant booths; food preparation demonstrations, and live music and entertainment. Veg Fest is Saturday 10 to 6 at Orlando Festival Park. PechaKucha Night is an educational entertainment event held several …
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