Four Summer Activities for Families in Orlando

Are you finding it challenging to find activities for the family to get interested in? This summer offers a promising line up of activities and events for families in the Orlando area. From fourth of July celebrations to children’s expos, there’s a little bit for everybody to enjoy in this list.

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Father'sDayFeast

June 16- Father’s Day Feast 2018

Location: Northwest Church Auditorium, 11AM-1PM
This will be an excellent way to celebrate Father’s Day! With three different chefs serving up quality dishes, the menu is sure to be promising. The lineup includes Chef Gary White, Pit Master Greg Leigh from Pig Hand, and Chef Ken Bourgoin from Valencia College.

The cost is $15 for two people, and then $5 for each additional person after that.

Red Hot Boom Orlando

July 3- Red Hot & Boom

Location and time: Cranes Roost Park 274 Cranes Roost Blvd, See below for times.

Don’t miss out on this fourth of July celebration! It’s a free event that draws large crowds every year with a stunning display of fireworks and popular musical acts. Fireworks will start around 9:30PM and last about thirty minutes, but musical performances start as early as 4PM. The fireworks are synchronized with music, so it makes them even more fun to watch.

Orlando Family and Kids Expo

August 18- Florida Kids & Family Expo

Location and time: Orange County Convention Center, 10AM-5PM

This is the fourth annual Kids & Family Expo, and it only costs $5 for admission. There will be arts and crafts stations, meet and greets with popular characters, a petting zoo, prizes, bounce houses, and more. With three stages full of live performances through out the day and over 150 exhibitors, it’s safe to say that a day here will be filled with entertainment for the entire family.

Mother & Daughter Tea

August 25- Dr. Cynthia’s Mother Daughter Tea Party at Sorosis-Orlando Woman’s Club

Location and time: 501 E Livingston Street, 1PM-3PM

This mother daughter tea party is aimed toward girls aged 7-14. It is hosted by Dr. Cynthia Gabaldon, a local physician who is passionate about education. She uses the fun tea party atmosphere to start communication and education about puberty and changes that happen during adolescence. It is a great way to create a bonding experience and start a conversation that can sometimes be challenging.

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