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Music Scene

Written by Cape Coral resident E.J. Skarda Who doesn’t like live music every now and then when going out for a pleasant evening of food and drink? We see “Live Music” advertised, like in this fine magazine, by many of our popular restaurants here in Cape Coral. These Musicians that perform draw in the crowds which help our local economy....

THANKSGIVING

Submitted by Cape Coral resident Dennis Gingerich Pumpkin-flavored drinks and breads, turkeys, football, Pilgrims, Native Americans and colorful leaves are standard diet and décor this time of year. Not sure which of these appeal to you, but this is the season of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Day is traditionally a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the...

VOLUNTEERS’ HELP SUSTAIN LIFELINE

Written by Cape Coral resident and Lifeline supporter Melanie Musick As a home for teens with unplanned pregnancies, Cape Coral’s Lifeline Family Center’s daily operation depends on numerous volunteers. Lifeline is a 2-year residential home that provides girls (ages 16-22) with shelter, food, clothing, educational training, childcare, counseling and tutoring, all in addition to extensive community outreach. And it’s the...

Cape Coral Fire Department Annual Toy Drive

Until December 16, the Cape Coral Fire Department will be collecting toys and gifts for children in our community who have special needs, suffer from chronic illnesses such as cancer, are in foster care, or have families struggling with financial difficulties. “For more than 20 years, through the participation of our citizens, volunteers and business partners, the Cape Coral...

Bringing New Hope to Southwest Florida’s Homeless Animals

Written by Cape Coral resident and Animal Shelter board member Pamela Aubuchon The Cape Coral Animal Shelter is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization located in Cape Coral. The Shelter organization, in partnership and with the full support of the City of Cape Coral, will create a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter for Cape Coral residents and the animals in need....

Chamber Ribbon Cutting at Wash ‘N Wag

The Chamber would like to welcome Wash 'N Wag.  They are located at 1751 N.E. Pine Island Road, Unit B3.  Stop in and see what they have to offer you!   washnwag.biz

Chamber Ribbon Cutting at Mexico Lindo

The Chamber would like to welcome new restaurant Mexico Lindo to Cape Coral.  Stop by and enjoy some authentic Mexican cuisine and beautiful decor.  They are located at 3724 Del Prado Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33904, call (239) 800-4533 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mexico-Lindo-Mexican-Csne-Bar-GRL/1469145820063464

Chamber Ribbon Cutting at the Cape Coral Art League

cape,The Chamber would like to welcome the Cape Coral Art League.  Make sure you stop by and see what they are all about.  They are located at 516 Cultural Park Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33990.  You can reach them at  (239) 772-5657.   You will be surprised! www.capecoralartleague.org

Chamber Ribbon Cutting for BeWaterfront.com

The Chamber would like to welcome BeWaterfront.com to Cape Coral.   www.bewaterfront.com

Chamber Ribbon Cutting at La Corte Bistro

The Chamber would like to welcome La Corte Bistro to Cape Coral.  They are located at 1520 Lafayette St, Cape Coral, FL 33904.  Fabulous place, you need to try it! lacortebistro.com
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