2013 Fall Fiesta in the Park Arts and Crafts Festival at Lake Eola on November 2nd and 3rd in Downtown Orlando

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The Fall Fiesta in the Park will bring over 400 arts and crafts vendors to Downtown Orlando on Saturday, November 2nd and Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 at Lake Eola. The event will be held from 10 AM – 5 PM on both days.

Fall Fiesta in the Park

The Fiesta in the Park is Orlando’s biggest annual festival that takes place twice a year, once in the fall in November, and the other in the spring in the month of April. Now in its 43rd year, the arts and crafts on display are from local vendors that comprise of jewelry, children’s clothes, wood crafts, and other unique and interesting gifts. There are also many food vendors to choose from.

Proceeds of the event go back to the City of Orlando for park renovations, police dogs, horses and more. There will also be bounce houses, games, animals, and other free activities for children.

Also happening during the same weekend is the Lake Mary-Heathrow Festival of the Arts that you can find out about here.

Fun Fair and Farmers Market

Other fun events happening in Downtown Orlando at the same time include a Fun Fair at the Presbyterian Church a couple of blocks away that will include a bounce house, clowns, a large slide, face painting, pony rides, train rides, music, carnival games and several hundred items up for auction. Click Here for more information about the Fun Fair.

On the Sunday during the event, Downtown Orlando will also be hosting their weekly farmers market that includes additional merchants, fresh produce, and live music all within the same area of the arts and crafts show.

Click here to read about various art festivals going on in Orlando throughout the year

Fall Fiesta in the Park

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