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November 2013 Events in Orlando

November 8-9:  Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend
Weekend events include the Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon, Mickey’s Jingle Jungle 5k, runDisney Kids’ Races, Disney’s Health& Fitness Expo, and the Finish Line Party at the Epcot® International Food& Wine Festival. Register online.

November 8-10:  Festival of the Masters
Downtown Disney hosts this special festival which features paintings, photography, sculptures, hands-on activities, live music, and unique shopping experiences.

November 8 – December 20:  Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
This special festival is filled with fireworks, a holiday parade, cookies and cocoa, snow fall on Main Street USA, and more. Held 7pm-midnight on select nights. Special ticket rates apply.

November 8 – January 5:  The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to one of the most amazing Christmas light shows in the country. The lights display is included with regular admission to the theme park.

November 15 – December 29:  Festival of the Seasons

Downtown Disney will have live entertainment, festive decorations, and Santa Claus during the holiday season.
November 23 – December 31:  SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration
Experience SeaWorld’s winter wonderland with a Sea of Trees, carols, ice skaters, and a journey to the North Pole on The Polar Express Experience.

November 29 – December 30:  Holidays Around the World – Candlelight Processional

Candlelight Processional is held nightly at the America Gardens Theatre in Epcot. Special guests narrate the event, including Geena Davis, Neil Patrick Harris, Whoopi Goldberg, Andy Garcia, and more.

November 29 – December 23:  Christmas Town: A Busch Gardens Celebration

Fridays-Sundays guests can experience special entertainment, festive treats, holiday shopping, and beautiful Christmas decorations. A separate ticket is required.

December 1 – December 31:  Christmas Bricktacular

‘Tis the season for Christmas Bricktacular at LEGOLAND Florida with a 270,000 brick Christmas tree and festive decorations. LEGO Santa Claus makes a great photo opportunity.
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