Foster Kittens + FL Labor Stats + Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure


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Good morning people from Orlando! Carlos Hernandez here with a fresh edition of the Orlando Daily.

In this edition you will learn more about a new attraction arrives at Epcot at Disney World, a local restaurant and event venue that are threatened with eviction, a call to the community to help care for kittens, openings in Orange County Public Schools, and more. Now let’s start.

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First the weather today:

Humid and partly cloudy all day. High: 91 Low: 73.

Here are today’s top stories in Orlando:

1. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure opens to the public on October 1 as part of the expansion of the France pavilion in Epcot. It’s part of Celebration of the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World. This expansion includes a new restaurant called La Crparie de Paris and a new store. (Spectrum News 13)

2. Dexter’s new standard is in the Process of being expelled in Winter park, according to public records. Orlando Weekly got the restaurant closed after brunch August 22nd. The restaurant has gone through several changes of ownership over the years. (Orlando weekly)

3. Public Schools in Orange County looking for Fill approx. 150 positions next week at the three-day Food and Nutrition Services job fair from September 8th to 10th. The hired will be Receive a sign up bonus of $ 3,500, which includes a $ 2,500 bonus for those who arrive on or before October 8th and a. were discontinued $ 1,000 bonus for those hired on or before December 31st, until the union is ratified. (Click on Orlando)

4. How Labor Day 2021 is approaching, Florida is 24th place in the nation for unemployment, according to WalletHub. Florida’s unemployment rate is 5.1%, versus the national rate of 5.4%. Currently there are 545,000 jobs put online in Florida. The Florida workforce was up up 83,000 over the monthwhich brings the grand total to July 2021 10,479,000. (Tampa patch)

5. Orange County Animal Services ask for Community help in Care for orphaned native kittens who need care around the clock. You are looking for people who have experience in caring for cats for an easy transition. Applicants must be 18 years or older, reside in Orange County, and attend a hands-on training course. (Orange observer)

Today in Orlando:

  • The SOKO marketplace in Hannibal Square Winter Park, FL. (11:00 O’CLOCK)
  • Rollins College women’s football versus Mississippi College. (11:00 O’CLOCK)
  • Disney On Ice presents Mickey’s search party. (1:00 PM)
  • Orlando Pride versus Houston Dash at the Exploria Stadium. (4 p.m.)
  • Leonard Jacome: The Venezuelan Electric Harp (personal). (19.00)

Orlando Patch Notebook

  • YMCA from Central Florida: “Show us how you love getting healthy by taking a healthy selfie. Your photo could earn you a year-long family membership to the Central Florida YMCA or an Apple Watch! Check out full event details to learn how to participate: https: / / … “(Facebook)
  • Gateway Orlando District: “The Italian Pizzeria Naples has been serving our district for over 12 years. Their New Your Style Pizza has this crispy base, thin and foldable. 🙂 They also have the best zeppoles :)” (Facebook)
  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida: “One way to help #StockTheShelves during #HungerActionMonth is to collect 30 non-perishable groceries, one for each day of the month, and donate it to the blackboard. Check out our Critical Needs List and snap a box to get started: #FeedHopeNow “(Twitter)
  • Disney Springs: “Did you hear the latest sweet news? Gideon’s Bakehouse just released its new Lemon Poppyseed Cookie, a brand new flavor exclusive for September! Lemon Cookie (Ask about Bonnie’s Cookie when you drop by.) #DisneySprings” (Twitter)
  • Orange County Parks and Recreation: “We’re hiring # lifeguards! Strong swimmers 16 and over are required for jobs in the @OrangeCoParksFL # FortGatlinRec pool. Must pass a swim test; free lifeguard certification course for those selected for employment. Apply …” (Twitter)

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Carlos Hernandez

About me: Hello, my name is Carlos Hernandez and I am a food writer with over 10 years of experience in the industry. I write the Carlos Eats food blog ( and also contribute to several newspapers and magazines with blogs and articles on food.

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