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Saint Cloud Florida Events In November 2023

Saint Cloud Florida Events In November 2023

Things To Do In St. Cloud FL In November 2023

We have you covered for the Saint Cloud Florida events in November 2023. Experience the excitement in Saint Cloud, Florida this November 2023 as Jeanine and Kristin reveal a treasure trove of activities during the 70th episode of the Discover St. Cloud Florida podcast. Join them on an unforgettable journey through an array of events, all set to captivate the heart of Florida.

Tune in to the latest installment of the Discover St. Cloud Florida podcast for a comprehensive look at the diverse events and attractions in St. Cloud. Let Jeanine and Kristin be your trusted companions, guiding you through the dynamic lineup of November activities in this vibrant Florida city.

Video Podcast Of Events In St. Cloud FL For The Month Of November

The first event is Thrive Thursday at Hopkins Park on Nov. 2nd from 6:30 – 7:30pm. There will be the perfect cooking demo and healthy exercise routine. This event is sponsored by Help Against Hunger East Osceola.

The second event is the Harmony High School Spirit Parade on Nov. 1st at 5:00pm. It starts in front of the Harmony Community School and ends at the Town Square. Next up is the Harmony Community Yard Sale on Nov. 4th from 10 – 2pm. This is a bog event for every in Harmony and St. Cloud Florida.

Kristin reported another event taking place on Nov. 4th which is the Community Appreciation Day sponsored by Osceola County Animal Services. This event takes place from 10 – 2pm at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Rd in St. Cloud. It is a free outdoor event for the community and activities include animal rescue groups, training demonstrations, food and music, face painting, popcorn, and prize drawings.

Jeanine then announced the next event which will be held at Pop’s Waffle and Ice Cream Shop on Nov. 4th from 12 - 2pm. This event is celebrating their 1st year Anniversary, and they have several things going on throughout the day so be sure to stop by and check them out.

Then we have the Great Outdoors Day on Nov. 4th  which is a family free event with booths, vendors and demonstrations. It will take place at Lakefront Park from 10 – 2pm. You can donate canned goods for a chance to win the great outdoors gift basket. 

Harmony High School’s Athletic Club Casino Night On November 4th

Next up is the Community Clothing Swap on Nov. 4th from 11 – 4pm at Blue Lotus Yoga & Wellness. You can donate your winter clothes and exchange them for something new and exciting.

Then we have Harmony High School’s Athletic Club Casino Night on Nov. 4th. Come join us for an evening of fabulous food and gaming from 7 – 10pm at the VFW Hall at 915 New York Ave in St. Cloud.

Following that we have the Annual Fall Market on Nov. 5th from 10 – 2pm sponsored by Master Academy St. Cloud. This event is great for child entrepreneurs, yard sales and small business owners. The reservation fee is $50.

Latin and Hispanic Christmas Traditions will be held on Nov. 10th from 5 – 9pm in Downtown St. Cloud. Get a chance to meet Santa and enjoy fresh baked cookies and milk.

Jeanine then announced the next event which is a Veteran’s Thank you for your service gathering on Nov. 11th from 10 – 1pm at the Veteran’s Park in St. Cloud. You can call 407-957-7243 or email Parks and Recreation at for more information.

Next one up as reported by Kristin is Harmony’s Fall Festival Market on Nov. 12th from 10 – 2pm. They will have food trucks, a DJ, games, a corn maze, a photo spot, pumpkin patch, facepainting, balloon artists, chili cook off and of course a market with all kinds of vendors. This will take place in the Harmony Town Square.

Adult Movie Matinee On Nov. 15th At The Saint Cloud FL Community Center

Jeanine then gave us the Adult Movie Matinee on Nov. 15th from 12:30 – 2:30pm at the St. Cloud Community Center. The featured movie is “The Heart Break Kid”. The Heartbreak Kid is a 2007 American romantic comedy film directed by the Farrelly brothers. It is a remake of the 1972 film of the same name and stars Ben Stiller in the main role, with Michelle Monaghan. It tells the story of a sports shop owner who ends up in a rushed marriage with a woman and meets a true love interest during a trip to Mexico. The cost is free. 

Kristin stated that the St. Cloud FL Monthly Market is on Nov. 15th from 5 – 9pm in downtown St. Cloud. This falls a week early due to Thanksgiving and always represents a good time.

Jeanine then introduced the next event which is the Turkey Trout on Nov. 17th from 11 – 1pm at Hopkins Park. The cost is $10 per participant. There is a home school edition for ages 5-14. Join us for relays, games, food and fun. Reach out to Parks and Recreation for more info at 407-957-7243 or email them at

Fall Day Camp On Nov. 20th At The Saint Cloud Civic Center

Then we have Fall Day Camp on Nov. 20th – 22nd at the St. Cloud Civic Center for the Thanksgiving week break. This is for kids ages 5-12 years old. The cost is $40 per child, per day for non-residents or $30 per child, per day for residents. They are open from 7am – 6pm.

The next event is Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25th from 8am – 6pm. Stroll the historic streets of downtown Saint Cloud and skip the headache of malls and black Friday and find incredible gifts from our unique local vendors.

At the core of our values lies an unshakable dedication to delivering you timely and profound perspectives on entertainment options and unmissable events. Our primary mission is to equip you with the knowledge needed to fully embrace the November 2023 events in St. Cloud, Florida, ensuring you make the most of every valuable moment this month. Keep in touch with us, as we continuously inject our content with fresh insights and recommendations for all the thrilling happenings in Saint Cloud!

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