Summer Camps, New Restaurants & Yappy Hours - The Top 10 Articles from April 2018
Apr 27, 2018 04:29PM ● Published by Melanie Heisinger
Courtesy of the Sanibel Sea School website.
Cambridge Assessment International Education recognized 45 Estero High School students for outstanding performance in 2017. They were honored at the village's March 7 council meeting. Read More »
Bonita projects include: RaceTrac service center, dental office, hotel, stand-alone car wash, and an affordable single-family home project. Read More »
Skateboarders, bikers, and scooters have enjoyed the newly renovated 27,000-square-feet of wood ramps at Eagle Skate Park in Cape Coral. Read More »
New Cape Coral Restaurant, Point 57, to Extend Late-night Hours, Add Saturday Lunch and Sunday Brunch in 2018
Point 57, which opened in February, took more than a year to bring to life, and is now flourishing in the Cape Coral community. The owners have even more exciting plans for 2018. Read More »
Gulf Coast Humane Society is SWFL's first nonprofit, no-kill shelter. Since 1947, the organization has rescued, cared for, and found forever homes for tens of thousands of animals. Read More »
Rookery Bay in cooperation with the FWC and Audubon Florida, has closed the emergent sandbar located one mile southeast of Cape Romano, known as “Second Chance” until Aug. 31. Read More »
The Southwest Florida Adventure Group was born with many types of adventures in mind. The purpose of this group is to seek out adventure and live life to the fullest. Read More »
Reggie Mathai and his dedicated staff realizes the importance of keeping customers comfortable and happy. He celebrated 10 years in business in 2017. Read More »
We hope you enjoyed remembering April with us! What was your favorite article? Let us know in the comments!