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Zine Fest, Grandma Party and Irish Pub

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Image: previous Grandma Party from events Facebook page.

Orlando Zine Fest is back all weekend long to celebrate independent print media in all forms. Saturday at 1 you can browse and meet the owners of dozens of local zines at the Wills Pub Dirty Laundry amphitheater and snatch up a few zines as unique holiday gifts for those who value the value of valuable independent print media value. And Sunday they’ll have zines on sale at the Grandma Party Bazaar 10 to dusk in the Stardust Coffee front parking lot.

And speaking of Grandma Party, Sunday 10 to dusk creative artists and makers hand-picked by Grandma herself will have on display some of the best of the best to crafts, oddball gifts and insanely creative stuff to buy for people who are WOKE. In addition to the above your head creativity, DJ Nigel John will be spinning, live musicians will play when Nigel needs to pee and food and drinks will hop into your throat. Grandma Party is Sunday 10 to dusk in the parking lot of Stardust Coffee in Audubon Park. As always, park far away and walk. Parking is insane for this event.

And speaking of insane, Show your support for your favorite Irish pub closing down! Claddagh Irish Pub will have the Cricketers Pub food truck, new delicious Cornish pasties, new T-shirts, live music with The Bronx Boys, and the Guinness glass engraver will be on site engraving glasses for the kids Saturday at 4308 Curry Ford Road.

And as always, Orlando is wonderful.

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