1. Luminaria drive-thru event: As you drive through Safety Harbor on Friday you will see a long line of luminarias, brightly lit decorated bags, lining the way on Huntington Lane east of Green Springs Road from 6 to 8 p.m. The event is part of Safety Harbor’s Harbor of Lights festival, where lights will be set out downtown and in various neighborhoods. Of particular note is the Huntington Trails neighborhood, which is holding the Neighbors Unite Luminaria drive-thru event to benefit the American Cancer Society. Funds have been raised from the bags that neighbors purchased and decorated to salute friends and family who have endured cancer. The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life events have been canceled this year so donations are being accepted at tinyurl.com/ACS-Neighbors-Unite . 2. Air Show: Lakeland’s Linder International Airport will be full of vintage airplanes and a performance by the GEICO Skytypers Air Show Team ’s six-plane squadron of WWII planes flying in close formation. The Sun N’ Fun Holiday Flying Festival and Car Show on Friday and Saturday marks the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, and the GEICO Skytypers will pay tribute with the vintage airplanes. The U.S. Army’s Black Daggers, the official Special Operations Command parachute demonstration team, will also be there. Plane enthusiasts will be able to see the Air Force’s popular F35 Lightning II and F-16 Viper, which will do demonstrations, and some of the best pilots in the area will compete in a Short Takeoff and Landing competition. Competition begins Friday at 8 a.m. and the evening air show begins at 4:30. On Saturday, the day starts with a balloon launch at 8 a.m. and an air show at 2:30 p.m. Admission is free, but it is $20 to park at the airport. 900 Don Emerson Drive, Lakeland. flysnf.org/holiday_festival . 3. Drive-In Movies: Tampa’s Armature Works has lined up a new series for its drive-in Rooftop Cinema Club, with a family-friendly movie in the early shows at 6 or 7 p.m. and a little more PG-13 fare for the 9:30 p.m. and later shows. It’s normally $22-$34 per car, but a special treat this week brings a community screening of Groundhog Day at 9 p.m. Sunday for only $5 per car. While Bill Murray plays the narcissistic TV weatherman, you can watch from the safety of your own car and order food online from vendors at Armature Works. Parking is first-come, first-served depending on what ticket type you purchase. For a schedule, go to rooftopcinemaclub.com/armature . 1910 N Ola Ave., Tampa. (813) 250-3725. 4. Virtual Fisher-Price Toy Museum: Mattel has opened a virtual toy museum on its Instagram page — @fisherprice.toymuseum — to celebrate the 90th birthday of Fisher-Price, the brand that was the first to use the phrase “preschool toys.” The collection is separated by decades starting with the wooden pull toys of the 1930s and moving to the groovy toy record player of the ‘70s and the Dancing Dora the Explorer doll from the “aughts” of the 2000s. Its bestsellers from the ‘60s are still hits today: the Little People play farm, the Rock-A-Stack series of stacking rings to teach eye-hand coordination and the Jumperoo, which kept many a baby occupied so mom could grab a cup of coffee. And what’s a museum without a gift shop? Click on the link in the Instagram profile and it will take you to the toy museum gift shop for some retro presents to relive your childhood. 5 . Santa’s Virtual Visit: Children can give Santa their holiday wish list directly from home. You must register in advance to get on the video call list for between noon and 3 p.m. Saturday by calling the East Lake Library in Palm Harbor at 727-773-2665. Ask for the Children’s Department. Free. eastlakelibrary.org/children .