Shari’s Wild Weekend Adventure

It’s the week before Valentine’s Day and all during this time; you’re trying to figure out who’s your Valentine. Will she like motorcycles? Will he like seafood? Will she go to museums? This is stressful, dude. Well, no worries. Shari is here. Have lots of hope and have no fear. Try taking them on one of the dates listed below, and if they don’t like it…you’ll have to let them go. That won’t be bad. It will be great. You’ll get to save the money you’d have spent on a date.

BRING ON THE BIKES!

Ah. There’s nothing better than being on two wheels and hitting the open road, right? Just kidding. I don’t think that I have actually ever been on a motorcycle in my life, but I imagine that it’s amazing! I do know there are a ton of bike lovers in SWFL, and if you’re one of them… you’ll want to get to Cape Bike Night this weekend. Motorcycle enthusiasts, come prepared for a night of good food and live performances.

CAPE BIKE NIGHT»

 

 

I SEAFOOD

This is quite the comeback story You’ve seen our post-Irma coverage on Everglades City, and the impact the hurricane had on the surrounding area and Chokoloskee. Despite the damage, people in that area are making sure that Irma doesn’t stop local tradition. That’s why the annual Everglades Seafood Festival will still take place this weekend. Live music is yours to enjoy, with all the fresh seafood you could dream of. Proceeds benefit continuing efforts to restore the area. Free. Friday – Saturday. Feb. 9th – 11th. Times vary.

EVERGLADES SEAFOOD FESTIVAL »

 

 

FUN AND EDUCATIONAL – HOW DOES THAT WORK?

I love a fun, educational and cultural celebration for kids! It’s why #KidsDayOut really is my jam. Sponsored by the Williams Academy Black History Museum, this event is all about a historical adventure for the kiddos. The day includes a tour of the museum, fun activities for the kids and lunch in the museum’s courtyard. Organizers are requesting that children register to ensure lunch is covered. Free. Saturday. Feb. 10th. 2 p.m. – 5p.m.

KIDS DAY OUT – BLACK HISTORY »

 

 

DANCIN’ IN THE STREET

The Edison Festival of Light is an 80-year-old celebration honoring the legacy of Thomas Edison. Here, you’ll find various activities of which you and your family can participate. This weekend, you can catch the Junior Run & Junior Parade – starring SWFL favorite local stars: the youth in our community. Dancers, floats, street performers, clowns and local leaders will make their way down First Street in Downtown Fort Myers. This miniature version of the Grand Parade that will take place next weekend. Free. Sunday. Feb. 11th. 2:30 p.m.

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