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Cape Coral Living: November/December 2017 Issue

Oct 25, 2017 01:48PM ● Published by Kevin

Eat well and travel often. If you think this is a good idea, then the Nov/Dec issue is definitely for you. We'll give you the lowdown on some of the most interesting local restaurants and food trends. Plus, if you're planning your next getaway, we'll give you some great ideas about places to visit here in Southwest Florida and beyond.

Read some of our top stories below.

Enjoy reading our previous digital issue.




Photo courtesy of The Shell Factory  Nature Park

Reasons for the Season: Crazy for coconuts, strolling at sunset

Here's a list of things to do around Cape Coral this holiday season. Read More » 

 

Tourist in Your Own Backyard Wonderful getaway choices in Southwest Florida - Oct 25 2017 1204PM

Tourist in Your Own Backyard: Wonderful getaway choices in Southwest Florida

Here is a great 3-day itinerary for being a tourist in your hometown. Read More » 

 

Photo courtesy of PGI Homes

Cape’s boutique builder sees bright future, waterfront seals the deal

PGI Homes has had 140 certificates of occupancy on luxury homes since 2007 from Sarasota through Lee County. There are six $1 million-plus homes built or scheduled in the Cape this year. Read More » 

 

When Flagler Met Florida Millionaires legacy continuing to astound holidays are extra special - Oct 25 2017 0124PM

When Flagler Met Florida: Millionaire’s legacy continuing to astound, holidays are extra special

When Henry Flagler decided he liked Florida, he went all in. In the late 1800s Flagler teamed up with John D. Rockefeller to form Standard Oil, and his fortune flowed like the oil he sold. Read More » 

 

New Brew Crew Craft beer winning over millennials and non-beer drinkers - Oct 25 2017 0131PM

New Brew Crew: Craft beer winning over millennials and non-beer drinkers

An alcoholic beverage is usually made from malted cereal grain [such as barley], flavored with hops, and brewed by slow fermentation. First known use was before the 12th century. Read More » 

 

Heading for the Blue Zone Local farmers markets join project to encourage healthier lifestyles - Oct 25 2017 0141PM

Heading for the Blue Zone: Local farmers markets join project to encourage healthier lifestyles

Local Roots Farmers Markets in Lee County recently became a Blue Zones Recognized organization, part of a global movement that encourages communities to implement healthful mindsets & habits Read More » 

 

In Print 2017
  • The environmental center is open to the public Monday-Saturday, from 8am-4pm, unless there is a p...


  • Sanibel Shell Crafters

    11/20/2017
    10:00AM — 03:00PM

    Visit The Sanibel Shell Crafters every Monday all year long from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. to watch this d...


  • Helping Hands for the Holidays

    11/20/2017
    05:30PM — 07:30PM

    Aubuchon Team of Companies is hosting its 19th annual Helping Hands for the Holidays charity even...


  • Complete original art while enjoying friends, music and favorite beverages. Materials provided, o...


  • Ballroom Dancing

    11/20/2017
    06:30PM — 09:30PM

    USA Dance offers beginning Ballroom Dance Lessons and a Social Dance on Monday nights. The lesson...


  • Open Painting at The Paint Escape

    11/21/2017
    10:00AM — 06:00PM

    Ceramic painting for children and adults, create a decorative item. Friday night offers ladie...


  • Surfside Sunset Market

    11/21/2017
    01:00PM — 06:00PM

    The Surfside Sunset Market is located at The Shops at Surfside. From November through April, the ...


  • After-school Clique, 3rd-5th grades

    11/21/2017
    03:00PM — 04:00PM

    avorite books, new books, never-knew-existed books plus puzzles, games, crafts and more! Geared s...


  • Complete original art while enjoying friends, music and favorite beverages. Materials provided, o...


  • Wines One

    11/21/2017
    07:00PM — 09:00PM

    An introduction to the pleasures of wine. Food & wine parings. Taste over a dozen wines - many ma...


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