5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral

Cinco de Mayo, Kentucky Derby, movies, music, water safety and more! Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in...

Individuals Living With Blindness and Visual Impairment Experience Boating

Rotary Club of Cape Coral will be partnering with Lighthouse of SWFL to offer their clients, individuals living with blindness or vision impairment, the opportunity to...

Yacht Club Boat Ramp Reopens

The Yacht Club Boat Ramp reopened on Saturday, December 16 after it was severely damaged by Hurricane Irma.  The storm damaged both piers along the boat launches,...

Calusa Blueway Kayak Fishing Tournament

The Calusa Blueway Kayak Fishing Tournament returns to Matlacha. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Candlelighters of Southwest Florida, a charity that...

Chiquita Lock Inoperable Due to Hurricane Damage

The Chiquita Lock is inoperable until further notice due to structural damage caused by the hurricane.  The gates are open but traveling through the lock...

Wandering Pine Island

One of my favorite things about living in SW Florida is the proximity to beautiful islands. Pine Island, a barrier island on the west...

Learn About Coastal Environment From Area Organizations

The first annual Coastal Information Day will be held Saturday, June 17 presented by Nautical Mile Magazine at the First Baptist Church, 4117 Coronado...

A Forest of Mangroves

Tucked away in eastern Cape Coral is a nature lovers gem.  Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve is a saltwater wetland containing 365 acres of...

Water Safety

Submitted by Judy Fernandez, ISR Self-Rescue® It’s 2017 and drowning is still the leading cause of death in children under the age of 4.  Please...

Cape Coral Police, Cape Coral Fire and Yacht Club Partnering for “Water Safety Day”

The Cape Coral Police Department, Cape Coral Fire Department, and Cape Coral Yacht Club Pool will be coordinating the Water Safety Day Event on...
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