Weekend Happenings in Orlando Jan 6 to 8
Find what's happening in and around Orlando for the weekend.
The MECUM Collector Car Auction, happening all weekend, ends Jan 15.
Courtesy of mecum.com
First Friday Art Show – FAVO – 6 to 9 pm
The 36 studios of Faith Arts Village Orlando open their doors to the public, plus live music, projects for children, and food trucks. For more info: facebook.com/events/1389311594454036
Winter Music Series at the Winery – Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards – 1 to 4 pm
Every Saturday afternoon in the month of January, bands perform on an outdoor stage, and the winery offers complimentary tours and tastings, with food, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase. For more info: lakeridgewinery.com
Living Room Screening – Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts – 4 pm
It's a shared screening experience of a handful of Florida films (each under 20 minutes) happening every month meant to inspire, uplift and to provoke a new way of thinking. For tickets and more info: bluebambooartcenter.com
Salsa in the Park – Lake Eola – noon to 2:30 pm
Get inspired to get moving in the new year with salsa dancing in the park. For more info: facebook.com/events/1378547898846485
Nora Lee & René Izquierdo – The Timucua Arts White House – 7:30 pm
Nora Lee on flute partners with René Izquierdo from Cuba on guitar with live painting by Elizabeth St. Hilaire. For more info: facebook.com/events/266616127070161
Godspell – CFCArts Blackbox Theatre – Fri & Sat 7:30 pm, Sun 3 pm
Running on select nights through January 22, watch Godspell, the classic musical of parables mostly based on the Gospel of Matthew. For tickets and more info: cfcarts.com/godspell
MECUM Collector Car Auction – Osceola Heritage Park – Fri to Sun, Times Vary
Expect to see thousands of antique, muscle and exotic cars for sale, along with old auto signs, hood ornaments and other memorabilia. For more info: mecum.com
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