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We lit the tree at Lake Eola Park last night and now every evening at 5:45 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 7:45 p.m., 8:45 p.m. and 9:45 p.m., you can see and hear the 72-foot tree come alive with a synchronized light and music show.
Let there be 88,000 lights.
Tomorrow, you can ride SunRail on Saturday!
This weekend's weather looks fantastic for spending some time outside. We'll see you at one of our 110+ parks.
Built in the 1920s, our iconic Amtrak Station now has a Florida Historical Marker to recognize its significance.
Tomorrow night, the lights come on at our Lake Eola Park!

Our annual Tree Lighting Celebration begins at 5 p.m., and includes a holiday performance by Encore Cast Performing Arts, The Daily City Holiday Market and the Thedailycity.com's Food Truck Tour.

We'll light the 72-foot Christmas tree at 7 p.m.

The event is free and you can bring holiday cheer to disadvantaged children by bringing a...
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Prayer ribbons recognizing Pulse victims sent from Massachusetts by the Provincetown Community Compact are on display this week in Downtown Orlando.
Before Friday's Tree Lighting Celebration, let's learn more about the Lake Eola Park Christmas tree.
Plant a tree when a child is born. Watch them grow together.

Get a free tree for your home in 4 easy steps --> [ Arborday.org Link ]
Wild. Beautiful.
Get in touch with your creative side this weekend.

Visit The Mennello Museum of American Art and experience the work of "Three American Sculptors."
Next Friday, join us at Lake Eola Park for our annual Tree Lighting Celebration.

The free fun starts at 5 p.m. with performances by Trinity Lutheran School and Encore Cast Performing Arts, plus a holiday gift shopping vendor village and food from Thedailycity.com's Food Truck Tour. We'll light the 72-foot tree at 7 p.m.
Pouring oil and grease down the drain is the leading cause of sewer backups in homes. Help Grease Fighter this Thanksgiving by recycling your used cooking oil.

After the cooking oil has cooled, pour it into a shatterproof container. Once the container is full, bring it to one of our drop-off locations and pick up an empty jug --> [ Cityoforlando.net Link ]
In the years ahead, a symbol of our community's resiliency, strength and unity will grow at Harry P. Leu Gardens.

Last week, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orlando Fire Department Chief Roderick Williams and Orlando Police Department Chief John Mina planted a seedling from the 9/11 Survivor Tree, which was pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center site after the 2001 attacks.
On Thanksgiving, there will be no residential garbage collection. Recycling will be collected as scheduled.

Garbage collection will resume on Friday.
We've got plenty of free, family-friendly holiday events and activities for you to enjoy in the coming weeks.

Experience the Holidays at Free, Family-Friendly Events

Thanks to Grease Fighter, we collected 600 gallons of used cooking oil this weekend at the Florida Classic at our Camping World Stadium, making sure the grease stays out of our sewers and lakes.

You can help Grease Fighter by recycling your cooking oil at home --> [ Cityoforlando.net Link ]
While visiting our beautiful Harry P. Leu Gardens this week you'll have the chance to see prayer ribbons from the Provincetown Community Compact in Massachusetts.

The ribbons recognize the 49 Pulse victims as well as those who have lost their lives to AIDS and will be on display at Leu Gardens through Sunday.
We've added Tulip Poplars, Redbuds and Red Maples to our Energy Saving Trees program.

Help create a cooler, greener Orlando. Get a free tree for your home in 4 easy steps --> [ Arborday.org Link ]
A chill in the air and the return of the . The holiday season is almost here.