Orange County is located in Central Florida bordering Seminole, Brevard, Osceola and Lake Counties. It is most known for it's largest city and metro area of Orlando.
Orange County was established in 1824 from a portion of St. Johns County. Originally named Mosquito County from the name the Spanish had given the whole area "Los Mosquitos", it was renamed to Orange County in 1845 for the many orange groves in the area.
Amway Center, located in Downtown Orlando, is a sports and entertainment venue. Home to the Orlando Magic NBA team and the Orlando Solar Bears ECHL team. Built with a capacity of more than 20,000 seats, the arena's urban setting, gives guests easy access to the Orlando entertainment core. Hosting concerts, events, shows and more, the area is designed to stage any event.
Bright House Networks Stadium, also know as "The Bounce House" though recent renovations have made the bouncing effect less obvious. It is located at the University of Central Florida in Orlando Florida and home to the UCF Knights football team. The stadium has a capacity of 44,206.
Camping World Stadium is located in Downtown Orlando Florida. It was formerly known as the Tangerine Bowl, Florida Citrus Bowl and Orlando Citrus Bowl. The stadium is currently home to the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, the Orlando City Soccer League, and the Russell Athletic Bowl and hosts other events, concerts and college football games. The Stadium Complex includes Tinker Field, McCracken Field, Thunder Field, and Festival Field when hosts events, concerts, sports, and community festivals throughout the year.
CFE Federal Credit Union Arena, formerly the UCF Arena is a sports and entertainment arena located at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. Home of the UCF Knights mens and womens basketball teams, the arena also hosts concerts, graduations, theater, events and other sporting events.
Disney's Blizzard Beach is a water theme park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. The wintery scene is an exciting contrast to the heated water areas and water slides amidst the ski resort look.
Orange County School District is based out of the Educational Leadership Center in Downtown Orlando. As of recent, Orange County Public Schools has an enrollment of over 185,000 students. The school district won the Broad Prize, also known as the “Nobel Prize” for Urban Education in October 2014 for strong academic performance and for closing achievement gaps.
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon is a water theme park located at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida. It is one of two operating water parks at the resort and features a Surf Pool and the largest wave pool in North America.
The exciting new Universal’s Volcano Bay™ water park opened in the Summer of 2017 featuring an all new concept in water parks with a gigantic volcano as it's central theme. The Krakatau™, the mighty Fire and Water Volcano towers 200 feet above the tropical landscape, streaming waterfalls during the day and fiery lava effects at night.
Whether you're a tourist looking for something out of Orlando's norm, or a resident trying to opt outside and escape city-life, Wekiwa Springs is the place to visit. Explore over 25 miles of hiking trails, camp, or cool-off with a swim. This park is really well-run. They've thought of all your needs and provide resources to satisfy you: snack bar, bathrooms, easy parking, pet-friendly areas, pavilions, boat rentals, equestrians trails, campgrounds, and much more.
Wet 'n Wild opened in 1977, and is considered to be the first major standalone water park. After 40 years of being one of the top water parks, the park closed on December 31, 2016. Universal Studios purchased the park with plans to renovate. Universal opened Volcano Bay Water park nearby and has not revealed the future for the Wet 'n Wild land.
Disney Springs is Walt Disney World's premier shopping and entertainment district. It's a great way to spend a Disney day outside of the parks. It is one of Central Florida's best places to shop, with high end shopping including stores you won't find anywhere else in the state. You can watch the latest movies at the amazing AMC dine in theater. Eat a delicious meal there or at any of Disney Springs' other world class restaurants - there are over 50 to choose from. Go bowling at Splitsville Luxury Lanes or check out the NBA Experience (new in 2019) for a fun way to spend the day. Catch one of your favorite bands performing at The House of Blues, or just enjoy some of the other live music throughout the Springs. With all this and so much more, you can't be bored here no matter how you choose to spend your time.
Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course has two lovely 18-hole mini golf courses. "A Family-Friendly Adventure" is full of whimsical scenes and it's fun for all ages. If you're looking for something a little more challenging yet fun, give "A Thrilling Challenge" a try!
Disney’s Lake Buena Vista Golf Course has hosted the PGA Tour, the LPGA Tour, and USGA events.
Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and rated an impressive 4 stars by Golf Digest, the 18-hole course was conceived by Joe Lee and most notably features elevated bunkered greens that put a premium on accurate approach shots. Test your skills and fortitude at the demanding 7th hole with its challenging island green.
Named for its majestic magnolia trees, this course features elevated tees, spacious greens, and challenging water hazards. Wide fairways invite you to hit the ball and hit it long, but beware—11 of the 18 holes boast water hazards and 97 bunkers dot the landscape.
Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary and rated 4 stars by Golf Digest, Disney’s Magnolia Golf Course represents a paradise for serious golfers, as well as a thrilling challenge for players at all levels.
Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course is a beautiful 9-hole course with rolling greens and exciting challenges. Certified by Audubon International as a Cooperative Wildlife Sanctuary. Operated by Arnold Palmer Golf Management and featuring junior tees for younger golfers, this walking course is fun for the whole family.
This 18-hole championship course features shimmering lakes, tropical sands, palm trees, and sloping greens. Disney’s Palm Golf Course is rated 4 stars by Golf Digest and includes 9 holes with water hazards and 59 bunkers—providing plenty of challenges for novices and seasoned pros alike.
DiSTI Corp. focuses on creating high-quality human-machine interfaces and virtual maintenance solutions. Additionally, they produce simulation software from flight simulators to training solutions for multi-industry workers.
Downtown CREDO is a coffee shop in Orlando that believes in connecting with its creative community. It prides itself on purchasing fresh coffee beans from Guatemala and Nicaragua. Whether you're craving a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, or even an artistic atmosphere, Downtown CREDO has it.
The Dr. Phillips Center is the main center of performing arts in Central Florida. It is made up of several different venues that host all kinds of shows and events in the heart of Downtown Orlando. Most notably, touring Broadway shows perform here.
The Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar was conceived to fill the need for Orlando to have excellent coffee and food everyone can enjoy. From plant-based choices to coffee sourced through fair trade, The Drunken Monkey is ethical and budget friendly. They also host local events such as stand-up comedy nights and art shows.
Durian Durian Thai Fusion Cuisine focuses on authentic central and northern Thai cuisine. They use only the freshest ingredients to create balanced dishes that are unique and deliciously refreshing. This neighborhood restaurant is in the heart of Lake Nona. With an extensive lunch and dinner menu every adult with be sure to find something they will fall in love with. Their kid's menu offers choices for the adventurous and pickiest of young eaters.
Enzian is a member supported, non-profit organization which has been a cultural touchstone of Central Florida for over 31 years. Come enjoy alternative cinema, have a glass at the Eden bar, or attend the yearly Florida Film Festival, while having an experience that is simply Enzian.
Factur describes itself as a "member-driven fabrication laboratory, maker, coworking and event space that serves as a creative home in which people work, learn and build a community rooted in science, art and technology." It serves as a warehouse and creative space for a variety of artists and builders. Factur has opportunities to host camps, workshops, coworking spaces, and offers several events and tours. They also have several membership plans in order to get the most out of their space and programs.
In order to find out more about their memberships or to host a camp or workshop of your own, check out their website. To see the latest information about what workshops you can attend or join, follow their Facebook! They've held workshops like wreath building, sewing, and much more!
We specialize in residential sales and property management, from condos to single-family homes to luxury estates and everything in between, helping buyers and sellers in Orlando, Winter Park and surrounding areas for over 35 years.
FitLife Foods is your stop to pick up on-the-go, pre-prepared, health-conscious meals and snacks. All food at FitLife is made from scratch with 100% all-natural ingredients. With 39 original sauces, 13 spice blends, and over 60 food items to choose from, your taste buds will be on an adventure. Go from pumpkin french toast in the morning, to Bayou shrimp and grits at night, topped off with their Fit Fudge Brownie for dessert. Healthy and delicious is what FitLife Foods is all about. They also offer delivery and a free one-on-one health and wellness training program.
Flame Kabob is a family-owned restaurant serving authentic Mediterranean food. Dishes include delicacies from the Middle East, Lebanon, and Morocco. With food prepared from fresh ingredients, Flame Kabob strives to provide a delightful dining experience to each customer. The menu consists of traditional dishes such as Kafta Kabab and Lamb Couscous. You can also indulge in their selection of sandwiches, salads, and fish dishes, all with flavors of the Mediterranean.
Flippers Pizzeria is a pizza and Italian restaurant that prides itself on bringing you an elevated pizza experience. Every pizza is made with fresh dough, all-natural meats, and hand-picked spices, all baked at 600 degrees in a brick oven. The all-natural ingredients can be found throughout the Flippers menu. In addition to pizza, Flippers offers an assortment of pasta dishes, calzones, sandwiches, breadsticks, and salads. Dine-in, carry-out, and delivery are available options at all Flippers locations.
Florida Glass House is a studio offering glass workshops and classes for people wanting to learn this unique art form. Classes are offered as private lessons, workshops, private parties, and even date nights for people wanting to learn it as a hobby or to take it further as a career. Pieces range from simple structures to objects like mini terrariums to small holiday sculptures. Glass blowing is a unique and fun art form, which makes Florida Glass House the perfect place for an intimate and creative date night, a way to learn a new and interesting skill or hobby, or just for a fun and different activity to do. Specific projects and activities vary depending on the class and your skill level.
Be sure to follow them on Facebook for the latest information, events, and updates, and then head over to their website to learn more about them and schedule an appointment.
Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras offers several different auditioned orchestras for students between the ages of 7 and 20 who are serious about their instruments. They offer many opportunities for students to improve as musicians as well as many opportunities for them to perform for the community.
Florida Technical College is a two-year college with degree programs in healthcare, food and beverage, beauty, and criminal justice. It has locations in DeLand, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, and Cutler Bay.
Based in Orlando, FL, SellMyTimeshareNow.com offers many timeshares for sale in Florida as well as many one-time, weekly rentals. With a timeshare by-owner, you can skip the expensive resort fees and just pay the price the private owner set, usually at 60-70% off.
FM 101.9 strives to offer real alternative music with songs that you won't hear on other radio stations. Mel is on the air Monday - Friday from 10am - 3pm. James starts his hosting at 3pm and is an award winning producer.
Footaction USA caters to the people who need to find a new pair kicks. They have shoes for men, women, and kids, plus a few accessories like socks and shoelaces to go with the new shoes. Footaction USA is always located in malls or other shopping centers throughout the state.
Foxtail Coffee serves responsibly roasted coffee beans. They uphold quality and ethical standards by working with farmers world-wide who pay fair wages and are environmentally friendly. Check out one of their 4 locations in Orlando, Florida.
Fresco Cucina Italiana is a family-owned and operated Italian restaurant in Orlando. Each dish has that homemade feeling and is made with fresh, all-natural ingredients. They offer classic Italian pasta dishes such as lasagna, baked ziti, and eggplant parmigiana. Fresco also has an extensive pizza menu. All pizzas are made in their wood oven with homemade dough and sauce. Try any one of their soups, salads, or paninis as well. If you're in the mood for more than pasta, there's also chicken, salmon, shrimp, and veal options on the menu.
Captain Dean Puller (AKA Captain Gator) has been bass fishing Central Florida waters for over 25 years. He can and will put you on the fish. Check out some of the pictures on his website to get a feel as to how good of a captain he is.
Gods & Monsters is the place to be for nerds of every fandom. They have collectables, comic books, and more in lots of different categories. It's also a great place to host an event, with opportunities for social gaming and cosplay.
Gratitude Coffee acquires its ingredients from suppliers within the community and turns them into a mouthwatering dream. This intimate cafe provides countless books to read while sipping on a hot or cold beverage or chewing on a pastry! Gratitude Coffee also sells numerous coffee related memorabilia.
This will be a dining destination for you and your love ones. The grilled tuna is phenomenal, as is the cheesy bread appetizer. Come for the crab legs, have some lobster, and take in the ocean or lakeside view. This will be the spot any and all days of the week.
Gringos Locos is a Mexican restaurant with five locations in the Orlando area. With some of the most cleverly named menu items, customers are able to customize meals in a variety of ways. Always fresh, always delicious, ask them about their happy hour specials for some very well-priced Mexican cuisine.
Founded in 2007, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center is a tribute to the past, present, and future contributions of the African American community in Winter Park, Florida. They host a permanent exhibition of over 100 pieces that document the lives, experiences, and contributions of African American society from the Emancipation Proclamation and the 20th century. Working together with the Crealdé School of Art, the Heritage Center works to promote outreach, inclusivity, awareness, cultural preservation, and diversity.
Hannibal Square Heritage Center has something to offer everyone. A permanent gallery featuring the Winter Park community, rotating exhibitions from local and nationally recognized artists, art classes and workshops, outreach programs focusing on heritage and culture, and various other educational programs. Currently, admission for the Heritage Center is free for everyone and classes are offered at various price points. Check out their website for more information or to learn how to register today!
Looking for an impressive outdoor landmark to visit? If so, then come take a look at Harry P. Leu Gardens. Experience up to 50 acres of botanical beauty and learn something new about plants. Guests can come by to enjoy different events such as movies, plant sales, and music concerts. The gardens are also handicap accessible, with wheelchairs available in the Welcome Center.
You can also have weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries here, a beautiful place for important events. Not only that, but service animals are permitted in the Gardens. With a vast array of plant life to see and learn about, it no wonder people would come by these incredible gardens. So come to Harry P. Leu Gardens, where gardens come to life.
Looking to play mini golf in a relaxing tropical setting? Hawaiian Rumble Adventure Golf is the perfect place. With a beautiful golf course surrounded by swaying palms and dramatic waterfalls, you'll feel as if you're on vacation!
Nestled in Lake Buena Vista is the fabulous Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort where guests can experience beautiful Florida scenery. Hemingway's restaurant (located inside the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel) features an amazing menu of seafood, steak, and beverages that is sure to give anyone their money’s worth.
This mini golf course is inspired by the 1950s era. As guests enter a classic drive-in theater box office area they can choose from either a "single-feature" (18 holes) or a "double-feature" (36 holes).
A comfortable and relaxing place for friends to hang out. Created by Lilian Trevisan, Holy Grain Coffee brings authentic Brazilian coffee and treats to Central Florida. Their menu includes teas, smoothies, sandwiches, and more!
Horizon West Theater Company is a community theater group located in Windermere, Florida. Their mission is to support and encourage performers and volunteers with creating quality work and participation in theater production and education. Created in 2018, not only has the HWTC brought community theater to the area--it's also brought a sense of community and involvement.
Their previous performances include The Music Man, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, and Almost, Maine. They offer acting classes and membership to the company via the Board of Directors, Executive Directors, or Artistic Directors, as well as involvement in the shows through performing or front of house. Check out their website for more information on getting involved and check out their Facebook for the latest updates and information.
At Hot Krust Panini Kitchen, you get paninis, wraps, and salads, all freshly made to order. Choose from chicken, turkey, beef, veggie, or seafood for your panini. They also offer burger paninis, or "burgerinis." Want more? Hot Krust also offers wings and gourmet soups. With gluten free, halal, and vegan options, there is something for everyone at Hot Krust. Catering is also available for your events.
Come to Hotto Potto and try deliciously fresh Chinese fare. You can have a prepared meal or try the main draw, the Chinese hot pots, which are soup pots for guests cook their own food right in front of them. The make your own sauces, the delicious and numerous options for dinner and dessert, and the unique atmosphere will quickly make Hotto Potto a frequent favorite.
House of Blues, Orlando is a concert venue and restaurant in Disney Springs. The concert venue attracts top touring artists from around the world to perform. The restaurant serves a delicious southern-inspired menu. They are also available to rent for private events and meetings.
Howell Branch Preserve has a playground for kids but the entirety of the park is fitness based for adults. Sitting on a little more than ten acres of land, Howell Branch Preserve has a walkway for adults who want to exercise. There are even little exercise stations throughout the park to use freely.
The I-Ride Trolley is a trolley service servicing the I-Drive area and Universal Boulevard. Tickets are decently priced, and are available for one ride, and daily or weekly unlimited passes so you can ride and transfer lines all day. It's a great way to see all the attractions in the area and a great way to get from one area of I-Drive to another quickly and easily. Take a break from walking in the Florida heat and ride the trolley down I-Drive!
Iam50million is a social group that teaches personal development and does charity work. The group offers a variety of ongoing events to attend like movie nights, social walks, and the ever popular Improv development class. There is something going on almost every day and more people joining all the time. Come hang out with this enriching and welcoming group of people.
Check out their vibrant facebook to connect with their active members: https://www.facebook.com/iam50million/
Indulge yourself with French cuisine at iCafe Dé Paris. Located in Orlando, this cafe's primary objective is to share authentic French treats and coffee with its customers. iCafe Dé Paris serves many kinds of coffee including Turkish Coffee and Affogato. For dessert, they carry French Macarons, Cheesecakes, Kunefe, and much more.
Icon Orlando, previously known as the Orlando Eye, is a giant Ferris wheel that resides in the city of Orlando. Standing at 400 feet, this ride will take guests up and around to see the sights that Orlando has to offer. After purchasing tickets, guests can have their pictures taken if they choose and those will be available for purchase at the end of the ride. Visitors have to be careful when crossing the threshold into the little air conditioned bubble of the Ferris wheel but the employees are there to help you if needed. Be sure to take a camera to take photos of the beautiful scenery!
Icon Park is essentially a downtown area of I-Drive. It offers attractions like the Wheel at Icon Park, the Orlando StarFlyer, and several indoor attractions like Madame Tussauds and the SEALife Aquarium. It also conveniently has several dining and shopping locations as well. Shake Shack, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Outback are some of the chain restaurants at Icon Park but they also have several smaller and locally owned eateries available. Be sure to check out the Sugar Factory or Ben and Jerry's for some sweet treats afterwards!
Icon Park is a great place to spend the day, have a date night, or just grab a bite to eat. With so many attractions and dining options in one place, it's easy to make a whole day out of Icon Park alone. Be sure to check them out the next time you're in the area!
Infusion Tea is an Orlando-based tea cafe with a light and fun ambiance. They serve tea, salads, tacos, sandwiches, paninis, pizzas, and more! Infusion Tea offers event catering as well as regular delivery to those who are craving their food but don't have the time to drive over. If you love their menu options and environment, they also offer event bookings for birthday parties.
The Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company in Orlando is a craft brewery and tasting room that offers different types of brews. Private events can be held on location. There are year round brews as well as special releases.
Few people know that the prolific author, Jack Kerouac spent a short time living in the College Park region of Orlando when On The Road was published. It was here that he wrote Dharma Bums. The house is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is home to the Kerouac Project, a program that offers residency to writers working on their own projects. The house is not available to tour due to the residency programs, but check out the website for special events that allow you access.
Jack Lampman Antiques is owned and operated by Jack Lampman himself. He searches central Florida for unique and valuable items and sells them at a fair price. His shop features jewelry, watches, pottery, and more. Make sure to contact the shop through their website or call Jack directly as their store is open by appointment only.
Jay Blanchard Park houses a bunch of activities for people of all ages to partake in. There's a playground for the younger kids, plenty of grassy areas for the older kids to play a game of soccer, pavilions for family get togethers, tennis courts, and a paved eight mile road for walkers, joggers, runners, bikers, and even those who want to roller blade.
A service-disabled, veteran-owned company that produces military training solutions using 3D modeling and simulation software. These military training solutions go on to train personnel from soldiers to sailors about how to repair or use military technology.
Joysticks Arcade Lounge and Retro Bar is one of the coolest and most unique way to spend some time. It has a nerd-friendly atmosphere with tons of unique furniture and classic arcade games. You can order from a list of spectacularly themed specialty drinks and shots.
Kadence provides an exceptional one of a kind experience, this is the place where food becomes an art. Kadence is well known for its multi-course tasting menu and its secret menu sake bar. The restaurant requires a reservation and the Omakase (Japanese phrase that means 'I will leave it up to you') experience is surely unforgettable. The provided dishes mainly revolve around the highest quality selection of seasonal fish, which are prepared by the chefs right in front of the guests.
Kappy's is one of the Orlando area's favorite eating spots. A great 50's style diner with towering floats and mouth watering Philly Cheese Steaks. Stop by Kappy's on the way to Orlando, or come to Orlando just to stop at Kappy's. You'll find out why its been a staple of Central Florida eating since 1967.
When dealing with Florida's heat (always), this family owned business will hit the spot. Kelly started scooping ice cream as a part-time job, but years later it inspired her to generate her own dairy creations. Kelly, her husband, and her daughter started serving these treats from a food truck. Now they have two additional store fronts and event catering options. Head on over to Audubon Park or Lancaster Park to check it out.
King Cajun Crawfish is a a taste of Louisiana with a twist. Founded in 2010, this crawfish restaurant mixes classic Louisiana dishes with Vietnamese flavors. They call it Viet-Cajun. Try classics like gumbo, jambalaya, and Po' Boys. Or explore the ocean with their assortment of shellfish and fish options. Crab, mussels, shrimp, oysters, and catfish can all be found on the menu at King Cajun. They also offer chicken wings and salads. Make sure to try their famous Shabang sauce with your meal.
Kraft Azalea Garden is a beautifully tranquil place for a leisurely stroll with a loved one and/or four legged friends. Sitting next to Lake Maitland, the views from this garden are spectacular and it makes for a peaceful afternoon.
Krungthep is the Thai name for Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, and this tea room brings the incredible flavors of Thailand right to your table. The eatery is tucked away between the busy streets of Winter Park, bringing Thai cuisine and aromatic teas together with a twist. The menu has over 20 tea combinations that can be served hot or iced, fusion “Naked” sandwiches, and mile-high desserts for a crowd-pleasing snack bursting with flavor. Add a little excitement to your afternoon and transport yourself to Thailand with the exotic flavors waiting for you at Krungthep Tea Time.
Krungthep Tea Time is a tea room and sandwich shop that aims to put a Thai twist on its menu options and create a comfortable atmosphere. Besides regular tea and Thai-inspired sandwiches, they also serve sweet and sugary drinks and desserts such as coconut ice cream, a cold glass of lemonade, and tea flavored ice cream. Krungthep Tea Time prides themselves on satisfying their customers with their food, drinks, and a pleasant tea room to unwind or hang out with friends.
La Hacienda is a small restaurant and grocery store in the Winter Park area. This restaurant serves some of the most appetizing homemade traditional Mexican food in Orlando. If this restaurant is a little out of your way, try to stop by anyway, you won't regret it!
La Madeleine Country French Café is the cutest place to eat. They have 76 different French food items on the menu, all made with French techniques. They aren't too expensive and the food is really yummy! With only two locations in Florida, both in the Orlando area, the Florida Mall and the Millenia Mall, this is a real treat for those who like French cuisine.
La Mexicananan Tortilleria is definitely amongst the top authentic homemade Mexican restaurants in the Universal area. This remarkable establishment not only serves some of the most mouthwatering food in the area, but right next door is an amazing bakery that's part of La Mexicananan Tortilleria. If you're in the area, make sure to stop by to grab some dinner or some of their incredibly delicious homemade bread.
La Nueva Orlando is a Spanish Christian radio station that strives to build the Christian community in Central Florida. This station incorporates Christian teachings, music, and if you're looking for a church you can visit their website.
The Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is a beautiful way to spend an afternoon with a friend or maybe a few family members. This place is for the nature lovers as it is wetlands where a multitude of animals live. There are over 300 different species of birds that can be seen while on this 11-mile driving loop. Other animals that can be seen here are alligators, turtles, river otters, bobcats, coyotes, and the occasional bear and deer meandering through the wooded areas. If you decide to drive it can take from 1-2 hours to enjoy the natural scenery, but walkers, joggers, bicyclers, and horseback riders are encouraged to enjoy the natural sights at Lake Apopka.
Located on a beautiful 42-acre campus, Lake Highland Preparatory School offers Pre-K through 12th-grade a remarkable education and unique opportunities to learn and lead. Ingenuity is inspired in the classroom, and our nationally ranked academics, arts, and athletics prepare students to excel in college and beyond.
Lake Nona Deli and Market is an Italian American eatery. They offer ziti, alfredo, lasagna, bruschetta, and more for catering events. If you're on the lookout for a fast easy meal or quick bite, try their pizza by the slice or whole pie, sandwich, or salad. Don't look for a kid's menu but what kid says no to pizza?
Sandwiches offer several preselected items and the chance to build your own with over ten choices served hot or cold. Lake Nona Deli and Market has seven salads with your choice to add chicken, lamb, or tuna to any. Located in a grocer so you will never have to shop hungry again.
Lazy Moon creates hand-tossed slices and pies that are up to 30 inches. Their slices are bigger than the average slice you would get anywhere else. Their "Lazy Fav" slices consist of The Jason's Mom, The Cuban, Down Home, and The Buff slice. Besides the huge slices, Lazy Moon is known for selling Local Beers on Draft, as well as local beer in cans. They're also a half bar selling wine and handcraft cocktails, for example, The Lazy Mule and The Bee's Knees. While you're waiting for your food to come out, play a game of Bocce Ball with your friends and family with Lazy Moon's inside two-lane Bocce Ball Court.
For families homeschooling students age 11 to 18 and living in Central Florida, this teen only group includes activities, field trips, etc. will be geared toward the middle to high school level/age group.
MFH is a support group for parents of homeschooled children in Central Florida. We accept all residents who currently homeschool, or are considering homeschooling, regardless of religious persuasion or beliefs.
Are you unschooling in the Orlando area?? A relaxed homeschooler? If so, then this is the group for you!! :) While we do offer an online support group, we will be offering REAL LIFE events so our children will have the opportunity to make friends within the group.
This is a secular homeschool support group for families with liberal political values; we believe in equality for all, regardless of race, gender, religion or sexual orientation. If you have had difficulty finding a homeschool support group that would accept you the way you are because you can't honestly comply with their "statement of faith" requirements, we can offer your children the opportunities to fulfill their social needs in a diverse group that accepts them as they are.
Phoenix Tears productions is one of the shining pillars in interactive theatre. Every month they perform a series of short plays written by local writers and cast from local actors and directors. These shows usually only last a couple minutes, but every show has multiple performances, sometimes with a special local musician to spice things up.
Alongside this, they perform interactive, audience participation plays, where the audience quite literally becomes a part of the production. An audience member may walk directly up to an actor and ask them questions, and they will find out new information that nobody else knows. Every one of their interactive shows features a main character who is murdered, then the audience has to decide who did it.
The South Orlando Homeschool Christian group is a group that offers functions in the South Orlando and Kissimmee area. We have kids ranging from ages 1-15. We offer classes, field trips, clubs,testing resources and homeschool guidance. In addition, we send out a monthly informative newsletter with free homeschooling websites and more.
Cooperative homeschooling group providing local support to families in East Orlando and surrounding areas. *We offer 12 week Fall and Spring Co-op Classes, (ages Nursery-High School offering a variety of classes including PE for K-12).