Things To Do

Caloosa Sound Amphitheater. Photo courtesy of Luminary Hotel & Co

Caloosa Sound Amphitheater to Open

The Amphitheater, a collaboration between the City of Fort Myers and Luminary Hotel & Co., will open with a community celebration May 25
Everglades City was the county seat until 1962, making it a hub of activity that included the first bank. Courtesy of the Collier County Museum, Naples, Florida

Restoring the Bank of Everglades

Read up on the campaign to preserve the Everglades City landmark
Mangroves on Goodland Courtesy Conservancy

Celebrate Earth Day on the Paradise Coast

Honor the Earth with a bevy of eco-minded festivals, lectures, and more across Southwest Florida this weekend

A Wonder-ful Aviary

The 85-year-old, nonprofit Wonder Gardens is undergoing a renaissance from vintage roadside attraction to botanical garden and nature center
Kate Quinn

Afternoon with Authors at Naples Woman’s Club

Acclaimed authors Patti Callahan Henry, Kate Quinn, and Weina Dai Randel will speak on the event's panel on April 14
Ave Maria Farmers Market

Farmers Market and More at Ave Maria

Indulge in the community's weekly farmers market, live music, and trolley tours through the end of April
Andrey Boreyko

Standing Ovation for Andrey Boreyko

The Naples Philharmonic's artistic and music director conducts four final performances April 3 and 9, and May 5 and 6
Photo by Michael Caronchi Photography

Designs on the Design District

Naples Design District will continue its evolution into a trendy design neighborhood through the new Speak Up Naples project
Amy Hughes, Paulette Oliva, and Giszelle Kirton in When We Were Young and Unafraid

Sarah Treem Play Arrives at The Naples Players

The Naples Players will stage the playwright's When We Were Young and Unafraid March 30-April 24 at Tobye Studio Theater
Lucy Worsley hosts groundbreaking BBC specials that take a deep dive into British culture

A Very British Afternoon

The Club at Mediterra in Naples will stream an “Afternoon Tea with Lucy Worsley—Live from England” on March 27.