Oktoberfest returns in Cape Coral

Oktoberfest returns in Cape Coral

It’s time once again for the community to come together to enjoy life and experience Southwest Florida’s biggest party – the 37th Annual Cape Coral Oktoberfest.The German American Social Club is getting ready for Munich in Cape Coral – the event for fun, great food, German beer, live music, laughter and dancing – from Polka to Fliegerlied, to the Chicken Dance. Simply put, Oktoberfest represents German heritage at its finest,.

Tutankhamum: Return of the King opens at IMAG

Tutankhamum: Return of the King opens at IMAG

The IMAG History and Science Center,   in association with The Origins Museum Institute, invites you to its Tutankhamun: Return of the King Exhibition opening  Oct. 1. Thirty-four centuries ago, a young pharaoh, worshiped as a god, was laid to eternal rest in all his splendor, his rule mysteriously cut short by an unknown tragedy.  An innocent puppet-ruler, he had been caught in the middle of a dangerous and profound political, spiritual,.

Sizzle Dining specials Sept. 8 – 28

Sizzle Dining specials Sept. 8 – 28

The tastiest 21-day event in Southwest Florida is back for another year (founded in 2016).The 2022 Sizzle Dining (Restaurant Week) event will take place from Sept. 8 – 28 with 40 plus participating restaurants from Cape Coral down to Marco Island and everywhere tasty in-between. Now only held once a year, Sizzle Dining is now a three-week long, annual, community-driven event that celebrates the culinary landscape in both Lee and.

Registration deadline Sept. 30 for Scarecrows in the Park

Registration deadline Sept. 30 for Scarecrows in the Park

The Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation invites the Southwest Florida community to participate in its 13th annual “Scarecrows in the Park” competition. Entries will be exhibited Oct. 14 through Oct. 30 in the Children’s Garden at Lakes Park, 7330 Gladiolus Drive, Fort Myers, and will be part of the of the Lakes Park Fall Festival.  This year’s competition is easier, simpler, safer and just as much fun. It has been re-imagined.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Oct. 8

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Oct. 8

By Maureen Chodaba We will jump start our plans to paint Southwest Florida pink in the spirit of saving lives! The American Cancer Society invites you to make a team, and join us for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer SWFL (MSABC SWFL) Walk Event, Saturday, Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. at the North Collier Regional Park. Make your strides along the beautiful walking trails of North Collier Regional Park,.

Dental hygiene for babies and toddlers

Dental hygiene for babies and toddlers

By Kimberly Nicholson, MD, FAAP Baby’s first tooth! Whether it happens at 4 or 14 months (both are normal), there are some common pitfalls to be aware of and some new things that will be added to your day. The recommendations from the American Dental Association (ADA) include beginning to brush teeth from the time the teeth first come in. Use a soft toothbrush and toothpaste. The toothpaste should contain.

Fall classes

Fall classes

Alliance for the Arts The Alliance for the Arts upcoming youth classes include Hula Dance Sept. 2 – Oct. 7 (ages 3-9 and ages 10 an older), Zentangle for the Seasons Sept. 7 – 28 (ages 13 and up), Recycle into Art Sept. 10 – Oct. 1 (adult and child), Belly Dance Sept. 14 – Oct. 12 (age 14 and up), Step by Step Batik Sea Turtle Sept. 22, Neurographica.

After School Options

After School Options

Cape Coral T.I.G.E.R.S. The Youth Center’s T.I.G.E.R.S. after school program is offered Monday through Friday from 2 – 6 p.m. for only   $40 per week. Students will engage in homework assistance, daily exercise, sports and games and FREE busing is available from most schools. Extended Care, “Tigers Club,” is offered until 8 p.m. Monday-Friday for an additional $24/week. Game Night included for free for Tigers Club members. 315 SW 2nd.

How to help your child fall asleep

How to help your child fall asleep

By Dana D. Crater, M.D. One of the most important things you can teach your child is how to put themselves to sleep independently. The best time to start is infancy, but it’s never too late. As early as 1 – 2 months of age, your infant should be put down in their crib at the first signs of drowsiness, both for naps and at bedtime, to see if they.

The Big Backpack Event just got bigger

The Big Backpack Event just got bigger

Due to rising inflation, the number of families living below poverty level and facing a hunger crisis continue to grow. In response, the Multicultural Centre of Southwest Florida has reached out to partner with several area agencies and businesses to increase its support of students and families at the 23rd Annual BIG Backpack Event taking place on Sunday, July 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fort Myers.

Scoliosis awareness

Scoliosis awareness

By Sara Jo Foley, APRN Physicians’ Primary Care of Southwest Florida Most have heard of scoliosis before, or remember the clipboard measurements of their own youth! This month, we will remind everyone that scoliosis should be assessed on our young people, most especially in those years where we feel like our kids grew overnight! Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine. All of us have a slight curvature of.

Wizard of Oz at Broadway Palm

Wizard of Oz at Broadway Palm

There’s no place like Broadway Palm this summer as The Wizard of Oz lands on the Broadway Palm stage from July 2 through Aug. 13. One of America’s most beloved films comes to life in a musical that will captivate the entire family.   The Wizard of Oz, based on the book by Frank L. Baum and the world famous 1939 film, chronicles the adventures of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the.

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