Welcome to our Daily Event Calendar for Central Florida Families!
Please double check all information, using the link(s) provided on each calendar event BEFORE heading out. *We do not produce these events so please contact event organizers/venues using links in each event listing. Changes in event details, human error and cancellations can and will occur. Double checking the details from the producer/venue of the event you want to attend ensures accuracy for your family. If you would like to list an event on our Daily Calendar, please click here.
We feature 40+ vendors - Sundays 9am-2pm Fresh Produce, Organic, Pesticide free, Seafood, Bakery, plants, coffee, soaps, pasta, cheese, breads, crafts, and more. Historic Downtown Clermont From City Hall Park […]
Click here for the full Family Video Review of SeaWorld Spooktacular 2020. Halloween is back with candy, costumes, everyone’s favorite Sesame Street® friends, and plenty of spooky surprises. Guests are […]
Sesame Street® Kids’ Weekends Saturdays and Sundays, October 2-31 Kids of all ages can enjoy this Halloween season with an expanded trick-or-treat trail and furry friends at Sesame Street Kids’ Weekends […]
Travel through Lake County farm country to visit Santa’s Farm in Eustis. The pumpkin destination features tons of family-friendly activities including a patch, hayrides, mazes, photo opportunities, food and drinks for […]
Club Lake Plantation
3403 rock Springs Road, Apopka
ACTIVITIES Our activities this year will include, but not limited to, two hay rides, corn maze, toddler maze, pumpkin patch, Country Store, play structures, high strikers, football area, basketball area, […]
Every Saturday and Sunday in October, your little monsters (12 and under) can dress up and enjoy free trick-or-treating at our Orlando and Kissimmee parks between 4 and 6 p.m. (while supplies last)! Each park […]
5770 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, FL
Journey through Mortem Manor, two floors of an old victorian themed haunted attraction filled with scares, thrills and fun. Featuring live actors, animatronics and state-of-the-art special effects. Mortem Manor is […]
Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights, now in its 30th year, brings together terrifying haunted houses, sinister scare zones, outrageous live entertainment and some of the park’s most exhilarating attractions. Jack […]
Click here for our Full Family Video Review. A visit to SeaWorld Orlando will turn frightful on select evenings this fall when the park unleashes the ALL-NEW Howl-O-Scream. Guests will evade roaming […]
*Click on any event that you are interested in to find more information. Within the event page, there will be a link(s) that takes you to the event producer’s website/social page where you can confirm all the details with information directly from the event producer. Changes in event details, human error and cancellations can and will occur. Double checking the details from the producer/venue of the event you want to attend ensures accuracy for your family.
PLEASE NOTE: Our site is centered around community events and fun, but during the Coronavirus Pandemic, be sure to monitor CDC, WHO, and local and national news outlets for guidelines and recommendations for participating in community events. Stay Safe. Stay healthy. Thank you and enjoy!
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While we continue to strive to provide 100% accuracy with our posts, some posts grow old or producers of the information make changes to the information without notifying us. So, we highly encourage you to double check the information provided on this site. My Central Florida Family does not guarantee and is not responsible for all the information on this site due to mis-communicated changes, but we do work hard to ensure it's accurate for you.
Please note: We know that all parents, grandparents and caregivers are monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak and how they affect Orlando Family Events. As our site is centered around community events and fun, we encourage all parents, grandparents and caregivers to monitor CDC (Centers for Disease Control), WHO (World Health Organization), and local and national news outlets for guidelines and recommendations. Stay healthy. Stay safe.