Virtual and In-Person events throughout September aim to inform residents of ways to prevent dangerous falls.
For ages 12-17. Author and folklorist, Christopher Balzano will share myths created or updated and spread by social media. We're keeping the lights on as we talk about how legends like Slender Man, Nowhere Man, and Charlie Charlie have changed how people explain haunted stories in Florida. Book purchase and signing available after the event.
Tachieva will start with an overview of urban design principles and recent development trends. She will cover the retrofitting of large areas such as shopping centers, as well as opportunities to bring smaller-scale, incremental changes to the suburbs through lean sprawl repair tools.
During the Biz Kidz Expo, youth have the opportunity to either sell their uniquely created products or service or, debut their business proposal to some of the top executives in Southwest Florida; competing for a chance to win prizes, with the top prize also including complimentary business coaching.
Bring the little witches and warlocks to Lee County Parks & Recreation’s second annual Spooktacular Night at Estero Park! This fun, family-friendly and free Halloween event runs from 5:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. and features a trunk-or-treat, pumpkin decorating contest, food trucks, and movie in the park. Estero Park will be showing Disney and Tim… Continue Reading Spooktacular Night
In 2021, award-winning author Jason Vuic published The Swamp Peddlers, a tale of misguided land development in Florida during the grow-at-any-cost 1950s and ’60s. With lessons from Hurricane Ian, he will also weave in his thoughts on a more sustainable future.
Hanessian’s artwork is positioned at the intersection of socially engaged art, design, craft, and contemporary art. Many of the community-based art projects focus on at-risk populations who are often underrepresented and adversely affected by global warming events. This lecture is free and open to the public.