Located in Rubicond Park in the SE Cape, the Cape Coral Arts Studio provides a wide variety of fine arts and fine crafts classes and workshops to residents and visitors of all ages.
The May/June issue of Cape Coral Living Magazine has a heavy focus on family, health, and spring/summer activities in Southwest Florida.
Since 1976, Rob and Phyllis Wells have owned and run the historic island’s operations, and you may have figured out that today the island is known around the world as Cabbage Key!
Safari Wilderness Ranch makes an excellent add-on to a Florida vacation itinerary for out-of-staters, or something for Florida residents to do for a family outing one weekend.
Before considering family boating, you must have a strong commitment to the understanding and education of boating safety.
During the past 20 years, materials, finishes and systems have advanced to the point where it only makes sense to apply green standards in private homes and public arenas.
Cultural Park Theater in Cape Coral hosts three sessions of summer camp each year where children put together major productions in a fraction of the time it takes adults to do the same.
Designing a garden, planting seeds and watching the plants grow can give children a sense of purpose and responsibility.
Looking for something to do this month? We've put together a few ideas for you as you make your way through April 2018.
Skateboarders, bikers, and scooters have enjoyed the newly renovated 27,000-square-feet of wood ramps at Eagle Skate Park in Cape Coral.