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November Fall Family Fun in Daytona Beach, Port Orange, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, and beyond! (2016)

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Here is a list of 2016 November fall festivals and events that take place Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, DeBary, and beyond! This list will be updated frequently as more event information becomes available, so check back often. If you know of an event that is not on this list, please submit it to be added here.

November 4
There will be a Hay Day Fall Festival in DeLand. Get the info here.

November 4-6
Vo-LaSalle Farms in Deleon Springs will be having fun family activities every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Get the info here.

November 5
There will be a fall festival and pumpkin patch at Grade United Methodist Church in Lake Mary. Get the info here.

November 5
There will be a fall festival in Orange City. Get the info here.

November 5
There will be a fall festival in Daytona Beach. Get the info here.

November 5-6
Barberville Pioneer Settlement will be having a Fall Country Jamboree. Get more info here.

November 11-13
Vo-LaSalle Farms in Deleon Springs will be having fun family activities every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Get the info here.

November 17
There will be a food truck fun and fest at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach. Get info here.

November 18-20
Vo-LaSalle Farms in Deleon Springs will be having fun family activities every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Get the info here.

November 19
The Basket Brigade will start at 8:45 am. They need volunteers to help with the mission.

November 23
There will be a holiday ornament decorating event at the Marine Discover Center in New Smyrna Beach. Get the info here.

November 25
There will be a one day holiday camp at the Humane Society. Get the info here.

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Food for Fines at Volusia County Library's November 13-19, 2016

Fines

Volusia County’s 13 public library branches will accept food for fines from Nov. 13 through 19.

Patrons with late fees will receive a $1 reduction of overdue fines up to $25 for each undamaged, unexpired boxed or canned nonperishable food item they bring to the library. Donated food will be used to refill local food banks.

The Food for Fines program is part of the sixth annual Feed the Need food drive spearheaded by Volusia County Government. County employees are joining with other public employees from Volusia County Schools, Daytona State College, the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County, and cities to see which organization can collect the most food per full-time employee.

Last year the Food for Fines program collected 9,672 pounds of food.

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