Making weekend plans? Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral:
Free Movie and Concessions
Friday: FREE Animated Movie & Concessions. Invite your family and friends to Cape Vineyard Church! Everybody from the community is invited! FREE Movie, FREE Hot Dogs, FREE Popcorn, FREE Candy, FREE Drinks & FREE Prizes! Food is served at 6:30 pm, Showtime is 7:00 pm.
Breakfast at the Museum
Saturday: Join the SWFL Military Museum for Breakfast at the Museum to celebrate the founding of the Navy in 1775. Breakfast is from 8 – 11 am and includes Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Sausage Gravy with Biscuits and Pancakes also OJ and Coffee all for $8 p
Modern Muscle Car Expo
Saturday: Enter your car or just come to browse the Cape Coral Yacht Club’s 3rd Annual Modern Muscle Car Expo highlighting SWFL muscle cars from 9 am – 1 pm! There will be music, food, raffles, free continental breakfast for all paying participants, and goodie bags for the first 50 cars entered. Any year muscle car can enter. Trophies will be awarded. The cost is $20 to register your car. Free entry for spectators! For more information and to register for this event, call the Tony Rotino Center at 239-574-0807.
Cape Coral Bike N
Saturday: Join the City of Cape Coral from 5 – 10 pm for another night of great entertainment, food, vendors, and motorcycles in South Cape on SE 47th Terrace (from Coronado Pkwy to Vincennes Blvd.) Cape Coral has been hosting Bike Night for over a decade! Whether you’re a hardcore biker or not, you’ll have a blast! ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE: 6:30-8:00 pm is Bite The Bullet; 8:30-10:00 PM is Strutter, America’s #1 Kiss Tribute Show. Bike Night is always FREE to attend!
Rhapsody and Romance
Sunday: Prepare for an afternoon of rapture, romance and rousing favorites at 3 pm at the Cape Coral High School Auditorium as the Lee County Community Band presents Rhapsody and Romance. Under the direction of Richard Bradstreet, the band will perform “Twentiana”, a montage of songs from the 1920’s; “New York, 1927”, a ragtime piece about the Big Apple just after World War I; selections from the Broadway hit “Man of La Mancha”; and highlights from “Jersey Boys” as well as other selections sure to delight the audience. Be sure to arrive early for the best choice of seating. As always, the concert is FREE, but donations are welcome and greatly appreciated.
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