5 Things to do this Weekend September 22 to 24 in Southwest Florida
4:56 PM, Sep 21, 2017
The weekend ahead has been planned to make SWFL enjoy some cheerful activities for the entire family.
Check out our list of 5 things to do this weekend. We really hope that after all that we have been through during the past weeks, you get some time to enjoy, relax and get some entertainment this weekend in the area of Southwest Florida.
SANIBEL - The 2017 Island Hopper Songwriter Fest will go on as planned, September 22 to October 1, on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. Island Hooper brings with it the healing power of music to uplift and unite our community, and it could not come at a better time. Now in its fourth year, this award-winning festival features nationally acclaimed singer-songwriters brought to The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel by BMI & iHeart Radio. It includes 159 live performances by 85 singer- songwriters in 24 unique, intimate venues.
Event time: Please check the website for event time, dates and address of different locations
NAPLES - Enjoy a special day out with the family at the Naples Depot Museum, as guests of the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum Day Live. Take a tour of the Naples first passenger train station, ride a miniature railroad, and join in a full day of lively, educational activities for both adults and children. This is a free event.
FORT MYERS - Come to the Alliance for the Arts Center, to attend the 10th annual day of celebrating peace. This is a free community event in honor of the International Day of Peace. Activities featured are live music, art and crafts, vendor booths, pet adoptions, yoga, face painting, meditations, food, raffles, and education. Please consider bringing canned and dried goods that will be collected for neighbors AND pets in need. Free to attend! Well-behaved pets are welcomed too!
Event Time: From 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Click here for directions Please note, this event was originally planned to be held at the Jaycee Park in Cape Coral, but is has been changed to The Alliance for the Arts Center