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Bike Tour, Fiesta in the Park and Taste of Dr.Phillips

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Previous Fiesta in the Park, fiestainthepark.com

Travel through Orlando on a bike with a gaggle of other people traveling through Orlando on bikes and visit bakery after bakery after bakery eating scones, muffins and well decorated mini pies during the Orlando Bike Tour Bakery Bits bike tour of bakeries! Bikes! Biker bakery tourers will visit Blue Bird Bake Shop, Seven Bites and P is for Pie Bakeshop. Saturday 9 to 12:30. Meet at 2806 Corrine Drive. It’s not free so go buy your ticket before you show up at OrlandoBikeTours.org

Over 300 art booths and craft booths selling all kinds of brick-a-brackery, hob-nobbery and scented brooms, food tents selling the finest in fair foodery, the required ubiquitous kids area, all set in a pet friendly environment is what you’ll find at the free two-day Fiesta in the Park at Lake Eola Park Saturday and Sunday 10 to 5. For more information go to fiestainthepark.com.

Sample over twenty of the best restaurants in the Dr. Phillips Restaurant Row area during one event at the Taste of Dr. Phillips at the Dellagio Town Center Sunday 1 to 4. Tickets are not cheap so be monied. This is a 21 and up event so leave the babies at home. 100% of proceeds support a number of ongoing projects to help serve our community. Well that’s just vague. For more information about those unnamed ongoing community projects go to atasteofdrphillips.com

And as always  #Orlando is wonderful.

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