The Audubon Park Community Market is a weekly gathering of growers, ranchers, fishermen, chefs, artists, handicrafters, musicians and neighbors.
Since 2009, the AP Market has been Central Florida’s source for the best selection of local food; from freshly picked produce to fully prepared meals. This pet- and family-friendly celebration of food, friends, art, and live music takes place in the Stardust and Shag’d parking lot at 1842 East Winter Park Road every Monday (rain or shine) from 6pm to 10pm. The Audubon Park Community Market is brought to you by A Local Folkus, LLC.
1842 East Winter Park Road | Orlando, FL 32803
Serving Orlando’s community for over 57 years, the Audubon Park Covenant Church is a traditional congregation for modern people, firmly rooted in the story of the past, but not stuck there.
People of all ages can get involved in a host of activities geared to personal development, community service, church governance and fellowship. They are the home of Art in A Park, an award-winning after school and summer program. They also offer creative workshops for the entire family, as well as other events for the broader community.
The Audubon Park Covenant Church welcomes people regardless of their race, ethnic background, political persuasion, economic circumstances.
No matter who you are or where in your life’s journey, you are welcome here.
407.894.6351 | 3219 Chelsea Street | Orlando, FL 32803
407.894.1641 | 1603 East Winter Park Road | Orlando, FL 32803
Leu Gardens is a world class 50-acre botanical oasis just a short walk away from the Audubon Park Garden District’s shopping and dining district. Each garden is designed specifically to inspire visitors in their appreciation and understanding of plants. Visitors can expect to find a rose garden, working vegetable garden, butterfly garden, white garden, tropical garden, succulents garden, and many camellias.
The Leu House Museum, located in the heart of the gardens, reveals turn-of-the century living for the families who once called this home. The gardens and historical home were donated to the City of Orlando in 1961 by Mary Jane Leu and her husband, Harry.
407.246.2620 | 1920 North Forest Avenue | Orlando, FL 32803