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NODO, Zelda, Tom Cats and Sanford Jazz

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Image: Peeping Tom Cats by Erin Colleen

NODO, the area North Downtown, or what some called “The North Quarter.” is hosting a progressive dinner that will hop from North Quarter Tavern for apps, Citrus Restaurant for tapas and wine, then the PATIO at Citrus Restaurant for ice cream. The pro-din is taking place Saturday at 6:30. Tickets are the cost of 7 Chik Fil A combo meals and can be bought at orlandodatenightguide.com.

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest, which I believe was the name of the Vegas show Nomi Malone starred in in Showgirls, which is not at all what I just said, is a global concert tour stopping in Orlando to perform orchestral arrangements from all of the Legend of Zelda games as gameplay video imagery is shown simultaneously. The performance is Saturday at 8. Tickets are available at drphillipscenter.org.

The opening reception for Artist Erin Colleen’s show Peeping Tom Cats is described as “fairly ferocious, fantastically feline.” Mm. Enjoy original paintings and repurposed art. This collection immortalizes those moments when your business is your cat’s business. The opening reception is Saturday at 7 at The District, the new multi-vendor store at 1221 North Mills Ave.

The Sanford Jazz Ensemble is ensembling at Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center for a summer concert called… “Summer Concert.” The show is Sunday at 3 and tickets are available at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center facebook page.

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