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Gulf & Main: May/June 2018 Issue

The May/June issue of Gulf & Main Magazine has a heavy focus on family, health, and spring/summer activities in Southwest Florida.

Family Vacations for All: Multigenerational Travel Growing in Popularity

What is especially exciting about summertime is the hunt for opportunities to travel with not only our children but also with our parents.

Arrr!! Cruising with Florida’s Pirates: Find Adventure Aboard Pieces of Eight

Since 1999, Salty Sam’s Waterfront Adventures has offered its famous Pirate Cruise, setting sail from Salty Sam’s Marina on Fort Myers Beach.

Patterns of Zen and Love: Artist and Graphic Designer Julia Da Rocha Inspired by Life, Nature

Julia Da Rocha, 41, saw a social media ad from The Union Artist Studios and jumped at the rare opportunity to join. Da Rocha’s very recognizable work is full of emotion.

Mark Loren: The Ultimate Gift

This Mother’s Day kick up your gift giving with memorable custom jewelry that lasts forever.

Sustainable @ Home: Indoor Air Quality, Water and Energy Conservation Good for Health, Wallet

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.

Unveiling the Mysteries of the Margarita

Like many people, contributor Gina Birch has a love/hate relationship with the margarita.

5 Fort Myers-area Summer Camps to Check Out in 2018

We've compiled a list of Fort Myers-area summer camps for your consideration.

'Yappy Hour,' Senior to Senior Program Highlight Gulf Coast Humane Society's Events and Programs

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.

Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida Focuses on Teen Financial Literacy This Month, Prepares for Upcoming Fundraising Events

JASWFL partnered with more than 280 classroom business volunteers in 2016-17 to provide more than 10,600 students with programs in more than 440 classes in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties.


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