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Festivals Celebrating Earth Day, Motorbikes & German Culture


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Photo: 2014 Central FL Earth Day Fest, cfearthday.org


Darling I love you but give me Park Avenue… Walking Food Tour! For only the cost of 10 venti skinny mochas, participating Park Avenue Restaurants offer a walking food tour, whether the soles of your shoes are red or not, featuring carefully chosen local Italian, Asian, Vintage Candy eats. Eat with strangers and burn calories as you explore the picturesque Park Avenue Saturday 11:30am to 3pm. For information call 800-979-3370.

Let the sunshine in! Unshaven armpits, shoeless babies and un-adopted dogs abound at the 10th annual Central Florida Earth Day at Lake Eola Park. Dog and family friendly, it’s a free day of speakers, food prep demos, live bands and go home with a puppy. Central Florida Earth Day is Saturday 10am to 6pm in Lake Eola Park.

The town of Leesburg is like Bike Week? What Bike Week? They’re doing their own Bike FEST in downtown Leesburg on Main Street starting at 9 each day with 200,000 bikers, live music, a Miss Bikefest Contest, custom bike show, motorcycle demos, stunt riding, food and vendors. Bikefest is today, Saturday and Sunday in downtown Leesburg.

Oom-paa-paa bands, German beer, Bavarian style food, lively crowds and chicken dancing all inside a Biergarten promise a truly authentic drunken experience at German Fest Saturday 2pm to 11pm at the German American Society of Central Florida in Casselberry.


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