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Big Bang Bazaar, The Goonies, Seafood & Benefit

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Image: The Goonies Movie Poster, wikipedia.org

Big Bang Bazaar, the semi-annual Indie Art, Crafts and Vintage whoop-dee-doo is back Saturday 11 to 6 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. Parking and admission are free. Big Bang Bazaar will feature a curated selection of over 200 local Indie artists and crafters.

The coffee bar in which you can pet and play with cats who live in the actual coffee bar called “The Kitty Beautiful” is having a fundraising film showing of The Goonies Saturday at 6 inside their facility. They don’t have their coffee maker so they’ll be providing free drinks and popcorn. There will not be cats present, but you can ask the owners all the questions you want about the soon to open space. For more information look up The Kitty Beautiful on Facebook.

The second annual Mount Dora Seafood Festival is this Saturday and Sunday bringing live music and of course seafood to downtown Mount Dora. Admission is free. The event takes place in Elizabeth Evans Park 11 to 5 both days. For info go to mountdoraseafoodfestival.com.

By day, they’re architects, engineers, and builders. By night they’re painters, sculptors, digital artists, and photographers! Come enjoy an art show and auction at the The Society for Marketing Professional Services annual gala with proceeds benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Saturday at 5:30 at Orlando Museum of Art. Tickets are very expensive. For info go to smpscentralflorida.org.

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