The April Live Member Meeting of The ECCL will be held Friday, April 8, at 10:00 a.m. in person at the Estero Park & Recreation Center. The featured speakers are: • Dr. Krzysztof Biernacki, Director FGCU Bower School of Music & the Arts • Kim Gaide, Founder and Manager, Military Support Program at Lee Health… Continue Reading ECCL Member Meeting
5th Annual run walk is a unique fundraising event through the scenic tropical areas surrounding JetBlue Park, ending with the unforgettable experience of finishing by crossing home plate just days ahead of MLB Spring Training. Friends and family can watch from the stands at Fenway South, with food and entertainment available throughout the venue on… Continue Reading Run to Home Base
Join an Advanced Florida Master Naturalist and Florida Fish and Wildlife Biologist to celebrate the amazing Gopher Tortoise! There will be a coloring table, as well as a “burrow” for the little ones to crawl in and see what a gopher tortoise home looks like!
SWFL Climate Compass Speaker Series Ford Motor Company is committed to fighting climate change, investing more than $30 billion through 2025 to electrify its most iconic nameplates. Ford is getting real traction with their Ford+ plan, doing the hard work to reinvent itself for this new era and break constraints to lead the electric revolution… Continue Reading Leading the Electrification Revolution
Professor Acharya argues that the next world order will be a Multiplex World. In this world, there are no dominant producers, directors, actors or scripts.
The Easter Bunny will be hopping into Estero Park to host a morning of fun! Egg hunts, goodie bags, prize eggs, crafts and more! Register for an egg hunt time slot, and try to find one of many prize eggs! All ages welcome and registration is required. $5 per child. Space is limited. Call (239)… Continue Reading Estero EGGstravaganza
Learn How Your Community Can Help! Water is essential to life, and in Florida, it is also an economic engine that fuels $94 billion in annual tourism spending and $12 billion in local and state sales, hotel, and excise taxes, according to Rockport Analytics LLC. When our waterways suffer, our economy suffers, too. Our Speaker… Continue Reading What We Know About the Quality of Southwest Florida Water: It Isn’t Pretty
1000 Friends of Florida Board Member Bob Cambric will provide a brief overview of why equity has been and continues to be an issue in transportation planning. A panel of experts will detail current efforts and trends addressing the issue.
As the final event in the Friends of Lovers Key's "What You See on the Land, Lands in the Sea" speaker series, this special Earth Day lecture welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dr. Jack E. Davis to discuss his latest work, "The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird."