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Cape Coral Living Magazine

Cape Coral Living: May/June 2017 Issue

May 22, 2017 10:42AM ● By Kevin
Home is truly where the heart is, so we've packed the May-June issue of Cape Coral Living Magazine with ideas that will inspire you to express yourself in your home, no matter where that happens to be. From the latest home decor trends to gardening and landscaping tips to creative ways of spending time as a family, this issue is guaranteed to make you feel good about where you live.

Read some of our top stories below.

Enjoy reading our previous digital issue.

Fostering Lots and Lots of Love - Area families open their hearts and homes to needy children - May 27 2017 1038PM

Fostering Lots and Lots of Love - Area families open their hearts and homes to needy children

A foster child’s arrival at any home nearly always happens suddenly, requiring the whole family to mobilize. At the Fischers’ home, there’s a bed to be made, clothes and toys to gather. Read More » 


Photo by William R Cox

Red-shouldered Hawk - The most common hawk seen in Cape Coral

If you see a hawk in Southwest Florida, it is probably a red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus), the most common hawk observed in Cape Coral and all of Florida. Read More » 


Cape Coral Technical College - Fast paced low cost proven success - May 27 2017 1001PM

Cape Coral Technical College - Fast paced, low cost, proven success

The school has for decades provided vocational training in the medical, culinary, cosmetology, web and electronic technology fields. It is part of the Lee County School District. Read More » 


Photo by Gina Birch

Local Favorite - Big 10 Tavern is no ordinary sports bar

The Big 10 Tavern may have 16 big-screen TVs, 13 taps, an open floor plan and cornhole games, but it’s no ordinary sports bar. Owner Jason Bhimji shares his story. Read More » 


Coconut Bay clients want much more than a cookie-cutter house builder Matt Krupka says Photo courtesy of Coconut Bay Construction

Coconut Bay Construction - Leading the modern trend, wonderful curb appeal, bold and beautiful

Coconut Bay Construction leads the modern trend locally in new construction style and quality. Owner Matt Krupka wanted a different style from the ordinary Mediterranean do-over project. Read More » 


Crystal McClaran trains Bo Nose at Aqua Dog Sports in North Fort Myers Photo by Craig Garrett

Meet Bo Nose - Dock-diving champion, Cape Coral rescue dog, reaching for the stars

Welcome to the world of Bo Nose, a champion in dock diving, a modern sport for dogs that gets play on ESPN and Discovery Channel. Read More »