Certain downtown Orlando bars could get a lot of traffic this Halloween weekend amid COVID-19 pandemic
ORLANDO, Fla. – City officials announced they will allow open containers in some high traffic areas on Saturday. “I didn’t think there was going to be an event until next year, to be honest with you,” Green said. “You have to be alert, you have to assume that everyone has the virus,” Dr. Pino said. During a news conference, Mayor Jerry Demings said Orlando police and the city have partnered to ensure the safety of bar owners and patrons. Mayor Demings said ambassadors will be downtown and in communication with bar, owners to ensure they are following best practices.
Snow in Orlando? Downtown’s Church Street to become winter wonderland
It’s going to snow in Orlando. Downtown Orlando’s Church Street is hosting “30 Days of Christmas” and transforming the street into a winter wonderland every night in December. Snow will fall along with a music and light show nightly at 6, 7, 8 and 9 p.m. There will also be free horse and carriage rides Thursdays and Fridays from 6-10 p.m. Could it feel anymore like Christmas? And if you’re celebrating New Year’s Even downtown on Church Street, you can pop champagne under the snow flurry.