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Gay Days, Smashington, Hurricane Expo and CF Art Guild

Previous Gay Days at Disney, wikipedia.org

On Saturday airplanes pulling homophobic signs careen through the skies as thousands of gay people and their allies converge at the Magic Kingdom for Gay Days, an annual event held in June as a vacation celebration for the LGBT community. An estimated 50,000 red-shirted Gay Days attendees pack Walt Disney World’s original park and this is their 25th year so expect more red shirts and more airplanes! It’s a party!

Smashington 2015 at Fashion Square Mall will showcase the Bloody Jug Band, the Groove Orient, funkUs, Madd Illz, American Party Machine at an all-day festival of music, live graffiti, b-boys and b-girls, rap battles, water gun fight tournament. Admission is not free but go anyway Saturday 2 to 8 at Fashion Square Mall

The Orange County Hurricane Expo pummeling through Orlando leaving in its wake a huge tract of knowledge and free first aid kits Saturday 9 to 2 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. Admission is free and includes free first aid kits as aforementioned and weather radios.

Imagine 30 vendors from the Central Florida Art Guild with homemade soaps, jewelry and decor set atop tables set into rows and rows behind which each seller stares at you, smiling, waiting for you to give them a reason pick up their Square reader and make a sale. Attend the Etsy Craft Fair and Party at St. John Lutheran Church Saturday 10 to 4.

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