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(Sunny) Sky’s the Limit for Activities: from golf to Skatium, Fort Myers dedicated to offering it all

Fort Myers’ parks and recreation department offers a wide range of activities. Residents can participate in events at the Fort Myers Skatium, the STARS Complex and a sand volleyball court.

Gulf & Main: January/February 2018 Issue

The January/February issue of Gulf & Main Magazine focuses on getting out, finding things to do, and traveling, including trips to the Cayman Islands and staycations in Southwest Florida.

Head to Downtown Fort Myers for its Annual New Years Eve Downtown Countdown

Ring in 2018 at Southwest Florida’s largest New Year’s Eve Celebration. Join the River District Alliance as they celebrate the New Year with a ball drop, live music, vendors and family fun.

Pop the Cork at Home in Southwest Florida This New Year's Eve

If you've thought staying home for New Year's Eve sounded like a great idea, you're not alone. Here are some tips to host your own party. We've also got you covered if you do want to go out.

Looking for a Dinner Spot on Christmas Eve 2017? These 10 Restaurants are Open

Christmas Eve traditions of elegant and delicious meals are prevalent for many American families. We've got a list of 10 local spots open for folks looking for something to do.

Looking for a Holiday Treat? These 3 Shops are Open Christmas Day 2017

Christmas morning traditions of sweets and treats are prevalent in many American families. We've got a list of three local spots open in case you need to pick something up Christmas morning.

Where to Catch Holiday Lights in Fort Myers

This year, we highlight some of the coolest light shows and events in the area for you and yours to experience. Here are some nearby picks.

Doc Ford's Stresses Quality and Customer Satisfaction as it Looks Toward Expansion

The restaurant’s Fort Myers Beach location sits on the back of Estero Bay on San Carlos Island. The owners recently reported new locations may be in the future.

Skip One Seafood Owner: Irma Causes Shrimp to Show Up in Droves

Thirty-year owner of Skip One Seafood, Dennis Henderson, reported he unloaded 400,000 pounds of shrimp the week before Thanksgiving and is anticipating more on Christmas.

Winners Announced for the 6th Annual IMAG Solar Energy Cook-Off

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, in collaboration with the city of Fort Myers IMAG - History & Science Center, co-hosted the 6th Annual Solar Energy Cook-Off.

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