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This is the season to give thanks and there are so many fun Orlando events to be thankful for this month! From farmer’s markets, holiday festivals, the reasons to give thanks are endless! Read below for upcoming events and places to visit in November. 

Formosa Gardens Farmers’ Market – Every Saturday

Experience the farmers’ market you’ll keep coming back to! Join us every Saturday beginning Nov. 6, year-round, at the NEW Formosa Gardens Farmers’ Market. Located across from Island Grove Wine Company. Shop from 35+ vendors that cater to the needs of everyone, even your four-legged friend! Come on out and meet all your local, small, family-owned businesses and be a part of this new community! In addition, each week features live music, chef demos, yoga classes, market talks, kids’ activities, and more! All are welcome, including our four-legged family members on leashes.  


Night of a Million Lights – November 12- January 12

Night of a Million Lights is a holiday light spectacular at Give Kids The World Village. Stroll among over 3 million dazzling lights, ride festively adorned accessible attractions and enjoy complimentary holiday treats in this wonderfully whimsical village. And it’s all in the name of an amazing cause. 



Snowcat Ridge – Opens November 10

Real snow in Florida? You bet! Snowcat Ridge is a seasonal attraction featuring a 400 foot long snowy slope for tubing. There’s a Magic Carpet lift to take you to the top and you can tube down single, tandem or family style. There’s also an Arctic Igloo featuring a bunny slope for children under 42 inches. Constant snow too – perfect for building a snowman. Alpine Village offers hot and cold food and beverages. There’s an open fire in the viewing area where you can roast S’mores and watch the Snowy Slopes light show after sunset. Alpine Village also features a Holiday Market offering arts and crafts. 


Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Orlando – November 12-14

Featuring scores of the world’s top dance music artists and plenty of festivities, EDC will have its largest festival footprint ever in 2021, allowing for expanded and additional stages as the event marks 25 years of celebrating love, community and dance music culture. If you’re a fan of dance music, this is one event you won’t want to miss! 


Fusion Fest – November 27-28 

Held at the open-air Seneff Arts Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando, this unique, two-day festival invites you to explore a cornucopia of global heritages. Taking place over Thanksgiving weekend, it boasts a bounty of dishes from around the world, plus interactive experiences and contests celebrating the arts, fashion, dance and more. Food, beverages and merchandise are available for purchase, and the festival itself has free admission. 


Holidays at Old Town – November 26-28

Bring the entire family and watch as the holidays come alive at Old Town. This truly unforgettable event will bring back old memories and create new ones as you enjoy a classic all-American holiday experience.

The Holidays at Old Town is a spectacular display of festive decorations throughout the brick-paved streets of Old Town every night. The colorful twinkle of lights including our traditional and iconic Christmas Tree will be on display through December 26. Every weekend on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, watch the snowy season comes to life with white, fluffy snow into the night. Plus, live music and our Friday and Saturday car show and cruise. 


We hope this list inspired your vacation planning. CLC Regal Oaks is your perfect home base for all the fall happenings in Orlando. We hope to see you here soon!