Maitland is part of the Orlando Metro Area, located to the north of downtown Orlando and Winter Park. It is a cultural hub of Central Florida, home to the only independent movie theater in the area, numerous museums, and several parks filled with public art.
Orlando's leading Rock station that play a combination of today's rock hits and the classics including Metallica, Green Day, Ozzy, and many more. There are several host throughout the day which listeners can also stream live from your iHeart Radio app.
This smooth Jazz station has several personality hosts including Kenny G and Sandy Kovach in the morning, Miranda Wilson, Allen Kepler, and Maria Lopez. They talk about news, celebrity buzz, traffic, weather, and other topics.
407 Cafe offers a variety of selections both sweet and savory. Fresh baked croissants, bagels, and breads daily. Paninis, soups, and salads. Sweet and Savory Crepes and Belgian Waffles. Flatbread Pizza and a kid's menu. But if your in the mood for a treat try their Gelato bar. You will have to stop by to see the flavors but you can get a sweet crepe with Nutella, dulce leche, apple, bananas, or strawberry. While you're there try a savory crepe for lunch or dinner with chicken, salmon, or steak. Or simply visit for a fresh Belgian waffle breakfast.
Cool Stuff Games is a shop that sells everything related to tabletop gaming including CCGs, Board Games, Miniatures, RPGs, and so much more. There are several Cool Stuff Game locations around Florida. They have daily events and tournaments every week, so check the website to find the fun event for you.
CoolStuffInc is the largest online retail store for boardgames, and their headquarters is located in Maitland Florida. Card games like Magic the Gathering and Pokemon are also at home here. Come looking for your next favorite boardgame and play it with friends new and ongoing at one of their many tables.
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.
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.
Established in 1937 as an art colony, the Maitland Art Center currently offers contemporary art exhibitions, residency programs for professional artists, and various art curriculum. It provides an immersive experience unlike a typical museum and encourages visitors to take a closer and in-depth look at artists and the artistic process.
The art style of the structures is based on the Mayan Revival style, and includes concepts and styles influenced by Mesoamerican, Asian, and African cultures. This makes it a unique experience on its own, but combined with the gardens, rotating exhibits, and various educational programs it's an experience unlike anything else that Florida has to offer.
Park Maitland School provides a complete educational experience with emphasis on academic, social, emotional and physical development for preschool through sixth grade students. This whole child education is designed to be challenging, enlightening, enriching, and suiting the needs of children whose abilities range from high average to gifted.
Performing Arts Matter (previously Performing Arts Maitland), or PAM, is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the Maitland community establish and maintain its cultural identity through the arts and music. Included in this umbrella organization are the Maitland Symphony Orchestra, the Maitland Poets and Writers, and the Maitland Stage Band. PAM offers groups for people of all ages, such as the Maitland Youth Community Choir for younger performers and the Creative Arts for Life for older adults that still want to contribute to their community.
PAM not only hosts several concerts, shows, and other events throughout the year, but also host a variety of outreach events as well as performing at the Maitland Farmers Market each week. To stay informed on events and other news, follow their Facebook or check out their website.
Theater at the J is the main stage theater at The Roth Family Jewish Community Center (JCC), located in Maitland, Florida. Cast by audition, the shows at JCC are open to members of the community as well as the general public. They also offer an apprenticeship program that allows children and young adults to work with seasoned professionals to learn performance and technical techniques and skills in order to pursue a career in theater.
They perform a variety of shows: musicals, non-musicals, and cabarets. Previous plays include A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Kindertransport, and Bye, Bye Birdie. To stay informed and see what's coming next for Theater at the J, be sure to follow them on Facebook or Twitter!