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June Events in Orlando, 2017

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Summer is Here!
Temperatures are heating up, afternoon showers are right on cue and if the kids aren’t already out of school, they will be shortly. If you are not heading out of town for summer vacation, be sure to check out some of the great events that are lined up in Orlando this month. Looking for some low cost and free events for Kids in Orlando? Check out this list of 50 Things to do in Orlando with Kids.

Recommended June Events in Orlando

Bite:30

Orlando’s Restaurant Week has been upgraded to include 30 days. Though not to be confused with September’s Magical Dining Month, bite:30 was put together by the folks at Orlando Magazine. The participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus, with lunches at $15 and dinner options for $30. This is a great opportunity to check out some of the Orlando area’s new restaurants. June 1 – June 30, 2017, event details at Bite:30.

Summer Movie Series

Best deal for a summer of movie entertainment begins in June and continues into August. Purchase a Summer Movie pass for $35 and you’ll get admission to 8 movies on the big screen at the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden. See the schedule of Thursday Vintage Favorites movies at the Garden Theatre. Make an evening of it and be sure to stop in at the Attic Door for a little late night music.

Orlando Attractions in June

  • Electric Ocean at SeaWorld – June 17 through August 6, 2017.Spectacular new nighttime shows and fun for the entire family every night.
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