Weekend Events for June 24th till June 26th
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out what's happening around town.
SummerJazz on the Gulf
The smooth sounds of jazz continue this summer at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club’s 26th annual “SummerJazz on the Gulf” free concert series.
“SummerJazz on the Gulf” takes place one Saturday evening per month from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.n begining this Saturday.
Hotel guests will receive complimentary parking at the resort. For those not staying at the resort there will be parking just north of the hotel at Lowdermilk Park, with free parking provided to those with a Naples beach sticker. Free trolley service running to and from the resort also will be available. Guests may bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating, but coolers are not permitted. Call (239) 261-2222 for more information or directions. For more information, visit the Naples news website.
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 9:00 AM
Prescription Strength Laughter on Fort Myers Beach
Laughter is the best medicine… and you don’t need a doctor’s prescription. Just open wide and say HA! Its fun and it’s free! Join your hosts Meg Scott and Jeanette Bevilacqua for simple rhythmic clapping, mild stretching, deep breathing and laughter exercises just for the health of it. Lift your mood and laugh away your stress every Friday morning's at 8:00am Fort Myers Beach at Lynn Hall Park. Lighten up and learn to take yourself and life a little less seriously. No yoga experience needed. Bring a beach towel. Parking is $2 per hour. No experience necessary. For more info visit their website.
Library: Lynn Hall Park
Contact: Ben Johnson
Contact Number: 239-707-1885
Six Mile Slough
Looking to have fun with the family while enjoying the outdoors? Heck out the Six Mile Slough! It’s free, so you don’t have to worry about breaking your wallet.
• 11,000-square-foot Interpretive Center, Lee County Parks & Recreation’s first certified green building
• Fully accessible, 1.2 mile long boardwalk trail
• Seating enclaves, shelters, observation decks and a photo blind
• Guided walks (see times below)
• Educational displays and “Explorer’s Companion” self-guided trail brochures
• Picnic areas, restrooms and water fountain
For more information, visit their website!
Doing something else this weekend? Let us know about it! Have a wonderful and safe weekend ladies.