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Out & About January 2018

Your local events for the month of November…

THREE KINGS DAY CELEBRATION
SeaWorld
Jan. 1-6

Help your favorite aquatic friends close out the holiday season with a Three Kings Day celebration at SeaWorld. This event will commemorate the arrival of the Three Wise Men with Latin-inspired food, drinks, festivities and more. All ages are welcome, and this event is included with standard park admission. SeaWorld.com

NATIVE GARDENS
Goldman Theater
Runs through Feb. 4

Experience a unique take on neighborly relationships with Native Gardens, a comedy play provided by the Orlando Shakespeare Theater. New neighbors and new cultures clash in a battle that takes place over white picket fences in an idyllic suburb. There are multiple showings, and tickets start at $25. OrlandoShakes.org

HISTORIC WALKING TOUR
Downtown Orlando Information Center
Jan. 5

Experience the rich and varied history of the City Beautiful with a historic walking tour, provided by the Orlando Information Center. Led by local officer Richard Forbes, this free tour will include an informational guide of the city’s most historic and influential buildings. All ages are welcome, and tours run 90 minutes. CityOfOrlando.net

SHAKIRA: EL DORADO WORLD TOUR
Amway Center
Jan. 9

Multi-award-winning singer and international superstar Shakira will be making a stop at the Amway center at the start of 2018. The powerful voice behind the hits “Chantaje,” “Déjà vu,” and “Me Enamore,” is known for high-energy performances, so expect to sing and dance the night away. Tickets start at $47, and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. AmwayCenter.com

FUTURE FESTIVAL ORLANDO
Cobb Plaza Theatre
Jan. 18

Start your professional year off on the right foot with Trend Hunter’s Future Festival Orlando. Industry leaders from all corners of the world will come together to discuss new advancements, share important knowledge and collaborate and network with fellow bright minds. Tickets are on sale now, and the event starts at 7:30 a.m. FutureFestival.com

SHOPKINS LIVE! 
Dr. Phillips Center
Jan. 20

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will be presenting a very special performance of Shopkins Live! at the Walt Disney Theater. Join beloved friends Jessicake, Polli Polish and more as they prepare for a celebration in their town and try to keep everyone in line along the way. Tickets start at $30, and all ages are welcome. DrPhillipsCenter.org

PIP-SQUEAK: AN ANTI-BULLYING MAGIC SHOW
Orlando Repertory Theatre
Jan. 20

Award-winning magician and funnyman Tony Brent will be performing his newest magical act this month. Bring the whole family out and follow along as he recounts the important lessons of his childhood experiences and teaches everyone how to handle bullying, both with and without some sleight of hand. Tickets start at $15, and the show begins at 2 p.m. OrlandoRep.com

LEGO NINJAGO DAYS
Legoland Florida
Jan. 20-21 (recurring select weekends)

Learn some new karate moves and test your balancing act with Lego Ninjago Days at Legoland Florida this month. Attendees will be able to watch the new 4D film, meet the famous Master Wu and participate in obstacle courses, giant build events and more. Three select weekends are scheduled, and this event is included with standard park admission. Legoland.com

ARTWAY TO HAVEN
Haven Orlando
Jan. 23 (recurring Tuesdays)

Get some fresh air and enjoy the works of local artists at Artway to Haven this month. The street will be lined with the latest creative expressions of Orlando’s most talented artists and food and drinks will be available for purchase. Several works will be available for sale, and this event is free to the public. OrlandoMainStreets.com

STATE OF EXCELLENCE: TREASURES FROM FLORIDA PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Orlando Museum of Art
Jan. 26

The Orlando Museum of Art will be celebrating its newest gallery with an opening night reception. State of Excellence: Treasures from Florida Private Collections will feature over 100 works of American and European art from the 16th and 20th centuries. Admission is $10 and includes complimentary soft drinks. OMArt.org

This article originally appeared in Orlando Family Magazine’s January 2018 issue.

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