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The Pig on the Pond festival is the place to be for delicious barbecue, live entertainment, thrilling carnival rides, fireworks and more! This annual event takes place on March 3rd through March 5th at the Clermont Waterfront Park.
The 3rd Annual Wellness Challenge will take place from March 1st through May 24th. The 12 week challenge is sponsored by the South Lake Chamber of Commerce and South Lake Hospital and is open to all.
The Super Run is a Superhero themed 5k that benefits The Gift of Life which is an organization that assists families of premature babies.
Plastics Unwrapped explores what life was like before plastics, the science behind them, what happens when we throw them away, and what’s next for the “material of the future”.
Help Me Grow Florida is a free program that helps to identify children in need of developmental, behavioral or learning supports and connects them with community-based programs for health and developmental services.
UCF RESTORES is a clinical research center at the University of Central Florida that is dedicated to the study of all facets of anxiety, trauma and especially in the areas of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) involving our military.
The Faith Neighborhood Center was founded in 1972 to provide support for families in need in the South Lake County area.
At age 31, Valerie Greene was a healthy businesswoman until a massive stroke paralyzed her left side and left her unable to speak. Doctors told her that she might never walk or talk again.
Stress has been called the “silent killer” because it is an accepted part of our society. Recent studies show that consistent stress can take up to 10 years off of your life.
Attention Parrotheads! The 9th Annual Fruitcakes in the Alley Bowling Tournament gets rolling on January 27th – 29th at the AMF Altamonte Lanes.
Whipping Childhood Cancer’s First Annual Golden Walk is on Saturday, January 28th at Lake Eola. The organization was founded in 2014 by mothers of children battling cancer.
Its a new year and, if you are like most people, you want this year to be the year that you manage your money better. That means creating a financial plan.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida collects, stores and distributes donated food in six Central Florida counties
A recent survey shows that half of teens plan to spend $100 or more on presents this holiday season. Junior Achievement of Central Florida believes that now is the perfect time to teach kids about […]
Toytopia is an immersive and interactive exhibition focusing on the various histories and legacies of toys during the past 100 years. Otronicon is a celebration of interactive technology that takes place January 13th through 16th.
Badge of Life is a nonprofit organization with a mission of lessening the impacts of both stress and trauma upon police officers and retirees. Trauma, in particular, can lead to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and suicide.
Experience a Central Florida Christmas tradition by checking out the 52nd Annual Deland St. Johns River Christmas Boat Parade on Saturday, December 10th.
The Florida Native Plant Society is an all volunteer organization devoted to the preservation, conservation and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
Every nine seconds, another women in the U.S. becomes a victim of domestic violence.
Its time for the Howey Christmas Festival! It all takes place at Griffin Park in Howey-in-the-Hills on December 9th and 10th.
Eating a healthy diet is very difficult during the holidays. Did you know that one in three people in Orlando dies of heart disease or stroke, and many of these deaths can be prevented by eating healthy and exercising?
Get ready for a tail waggin’ good time at the Orlando DogFest Walk n’ Roll at Lake Lily in Maitland on November 19th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Seniors First Turkey Trot began in 1989 with less than 200 runners in downtown Orlando. 27 years later it has become one of the oldest and largest 5K fun runs in the city with an average of 5,000 runners from 38 states and six different countries.
Art in Odd Places is returning to downtown Orlando for a second year of public visual and performance art. It will take place from November 11th through the 13th along Magnolia Avenue.
Pet Rescue By Judy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue of cats and dogs that are abandoned or in distress.
Goodwill has provided free skills training a job placement services to nearly 3,000 local residents who have a disability.
Martha’s Angels is a non-profit organization that provides breast cancer patients in Central Florida with financial assistance to help them in maintaining their mortgage/rent, utility payments, purchasing food and other necessities.
The Morse Museum opened its doors 75 years ago to provide the community with an opportunity to make art a part of their daily lives.
Located in historic downtown Sanford, the Wayne Densch Theater features local performances by local actors as well as classic movies, music by local musicians and more.
Hungry Howie’s is continuing its support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its 8th Annual Love, Hope & Pizza campaign.