Dancing, game night, hurricanes, RVs, self-protection and more.
Making weekend plans? Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral:
Thursday thru Sunday: From 9 am – 7 pm each day, enjoy massive savings on the RV of your dreams at the Indoor RV Show. This is the perfect time and place to get a deal of a lifetime on the motorhome, fifth wheel, toy hauler and or travel trailer you have been dreaming of. A fantastic selection of RV models and floorplans are inside the Lee Civic Center. Stay cool while you check out all the RVs! There is bound to be a motorhome or towable RV that fits your particular lifestyle and budget. See New & Pre-Owned Models from Top RV Manufacturers: Winnebago, Fleetwood RV, Inc., Entegra Coach, Heartland RVs, and more! FREE parking and admission!
Kids Game Night
Friday: Every Friday Night from 6:00-9:45 p.m. isGame Night at the William B. Austen Youth Center! Participants in grades 2-8 will enjoy playing the latest video games, Foosball, dancing, and more. Game Nights also include laser tag and now, on select nights, Nerf wars! The cost is just $10 per person and includes a pizza dinner. Advanced registration is not required and parents are not required to stay. For more information, call the Youth Center at 239-242-3950.
Saturday: It’s time to prepare for the 2019 Hurricane Season, as near seasonal activity is forecast. That means about 12 named storms. It only takes one of those storms striking SWFL to make it a bad season for us. Join ABC7 Chief Meteorologist John Patrick at Lowe’s Cape Coral from 10 – 11 am for a Hurricane Seminar, so you and your family can Get More Prepared. There’s a meet & greet with JP afterward. Whether you have lived in Florida for years or are a new resident, you want to know how to prepare….just in case!
Saturday:Shoot Center Cape Coral is partnering with The Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapters for #NotMe Day. This event from 10 am – 4 pm encourages everyone to stand in solidarity with women self-protectors. Show the world that women say #NotMe and refuse to be a victim or to say #NeverAgain to ever being a victim. Each participant will fire three rounds to symbolize: I am empowered, I am prepared, I will not be a victim. Special targets will be provided so women can take them home with them as a remembrance. Women instructors will be on hand to help as they shoot their 3 symbolic rounds. Women can register to participate online on the TWAW Shooting Chapters website. www.twawshootingchapters.org. Although there is no fee to participate, a $10 donation is encouraged.
FREE Tahitian Dance Demo & Reception
Saturday: Join Rhythm In Motion for the debut performance of our local chapter of the international Tahitian Flashmob with aFREE dance demonstration, then celebrate with our dancers in an informal reception! Please register for one of our FREE TICKETS so we know how many people will attend. PARKING IS LIMITED! Please park across the street at Bank of America and not at the surrounding businesses. Event starts at 7:30 p.m.