Whole Foods Market opens in south Fort Myers today. From Amazon Prime discounts to lionfish and 250 cheeses, heres what to know before you go.
Cape Coral residents showed up in a big way with their fellow Lee County voters for a big Election on Tuesday. One of those changes: Cape residents voted Tuesday to finance a $60 million, 15-year bond to add more parks and recreation amenities in the city. What does that mean now? Cape reporter Sarah Jarvis explains the latest.
“These are not tiny houses,” Cape Coral Housing Coordinator Amy Yearsley said. “This is a concept. This is not going on platted Cape Coral lots; this is a well-thought-out alternative to your typical Cape Coral subdivision.” Check out the new innovation in smaller living thats marking an arrival in Cape Coral.
With Veterans Day coming up on Sunday Nov. 11, heres a look at ways to honor veterans in Cape Coral, whether having fun, paying a tribute or raising money for like-minded charities in the coming weeks.
Where would we be today without our friends? They raise us up, help us when were feeling down, and share amazing experiences with us. Thats the vision behind Best Buddies, and the Cape Coral schools partnering with them to build those relationships for Cape Coral students.
“These are year friends with a meaningful bond,” Mackler said, and it teaches both sides about relationships.
The News-Press and Naples Daily News, along with our partners at Florida Gulf Coast University and WGCU, are proud to present “Free Speech. Free Press. 2018 First Amendment Festival” on Nov. 13.
Our event, open to the public, will educate, enlighten and engage all participants through multimedia presentations, guest speakers, a workshop and a moderated panel of journalists. It will be capped off with a keynote address by National Public Radio (NPR) national political correspondent and Fox News Channel contributor Mara Liasson.
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We just couldn't include only 5 events, so we've added two more events for our list of things to do this weekend in Southwest Florida; and all the fun starts from tomorrow, Thursday Nov. 8th. Enjoy your weekend SWFL!
Cape Coral, FL – One of the most popular events in Cape Coral is coming back to the Sun Splash Family Waterpark! The Coconut Festival is a nutty 4 day event that features national performers, community entertainment, carnival rides, fireworks, food, vendors, games, craft beer garden, live entertainment, cirque acts, Polynesian dancers, stilt walkers, shows and performances. Highlights of the event include 2 nights of national entertainment on the Main Stage with Classic Rock and Country with an amazing fireworks display to end the night. The Coconut Festival offers a long weekend full of family fun for residents and visitors from all over; making memories, celebrating & going a little "coconuts".
Cape Coral, FL – Join us as the community honors our American Heroes and pays tribute to those who lost their lives, those who served honorably and those who are still proudly serving our country. The Veteran's Day Celebration is a cooperative effort of the City of Cape Coral Parks and Recreation and other local supporters. This year's parade will be on Cape Coral Parkway beginning at 2:00pm. Parade route is westbound from Del Prado to Chester Street. This year's Grand Marshal is Retired Marine Sgt. Bob Collum.
Fort Myers, FL – The 2018 Fair at Fenway South returns for two fun-filled weekends November 9 -11 & November 15th -18th. With all your favorite rides, games, tasty fair food and award-winning free entertainment shows for the entire family. Visit FairAtFenway.com for money saving offers and the complete entertainment lineup. See you at the Fair!
Fort Myers, FL – Six Bends Harley Davidson invites you to enjoy the sights of hundreds of motorcycles displayed along the downtown streets while listening to live bands. Free to the public with many venues featuring specials.
Fort Myers, FL – Start Your Team Today! Get your family and friends onboard to support your team. Challenge your Brain and Brawn to complete 10 different obstacles, all while helping an Amazing mission to improve the quality of life for the over 2500 people in SWFL who suffer from multiple sclerosis. First place race winners will receive two roundtrip tickets on Southwest Airlines. Second and third place winners will also receive great prizes! OR You can start a “Virtual Team”! You don’t have to physically compete to help us raise funds. Virtual team winners will also receive great prizes!
Punta Gorda, FL – Fawcett Memorial Hospital is hosting a free Health Extravaganza to include inflatable brain & heart exhibits, blood pressure screenings, hands only CPR demos, stroke risk assessments, healthy food tastings, surgical robot demos, mini doctor talks, lung function assessments, grip and coordination tests, and experts in joint, spine, cardiac, oncology, surgery & more! Reservations are recommended, please call 941.624.4441 to register.
Sanibel, FL – CROW's 37th Taste of the Islands will be held on November 11, 2018 at the Sanibel Community Park! What a great way to try out samples of foods from many of Sanibel and Captiva's restaurants, plus live music!