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Art In Orlando On Saturday November 12

If you have plans that don’t involve being downtown next Saturday, you should steer clear of the entire area. But if you don’t have plans at all, downtown is going to be the most vital two or three square miles in all of metro Orlando. November 12 brings together possibly the weirdest mashup of interests downtown has ever hosted. From 11 to 1, the annual Veterans Day Parade honors men and women who’ve fought in service of our country. From noon to 10pm, Come Out With Pride, which had to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew, takes over downtown, the high point being their 4pm parade around Lake Eola. Also at 4pm, gates open for a free Bret Michaels concert …
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Come Out with Pride, Brewery, Halloween Events and Pixar in Concert

The Annual Come Out With Pride parade and festivities start at 4pm on Saturday at Lake Eola Park. Lots of people walking around, shows, music and a parade with people, shows and music. Free admission. The brand new Ten 10 Brewery in Mills 50 hosts its grand opening Saturday at 11:30. Guided brewery tours, free merch and special brews will be available to guests. Saturday 6 to 10 the annual giant Zombietoberfest is back in Audubon Park garden district, home of the best decorated cupcake shop in Orlando. Enjoy live music, food trucks, vendors, movies, a costume contest, kid’s zone, food and drink specials at the Audubon Park bars throughout the district and a special zombie walk. It’s a do …
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Come Out with Pride LGBT Equality

As this year’s Come Out With Pride parade wraps its bedazzled head around a commendable and monumental tenth year, we shouldn’t be too quick to dismiss what an achievement the whole event is, and what it represents. Once upon a time, there were fights about rainbow flags on downtown flagpoles, protesters screaming death wishes at parade participants, warnings of tropical storms and other natural disasters out there designed specifically for punitive treatment of same-sex couples and those who love them.
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