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Mound House Tours

Experience old Florida at the Mound House where Estero Island's oldest standing structure sits on an ancient Calusa Indian Mound. Through archaeology and history 2,000 years of island life are revealed. Tours are available TU, WE and SA. Summer tour hours are 9am-noon, last tour at 11:30am. Meet at the picnic tables. Volunteers are needed. If you can help, call 239-765-0865.   Edit   Delete

Waterfront Tours

The Marine Science Center offers weekly Working Waterfront Tours from 9am-12noon. Get a close up look at our local shrimping industry with this 3-hour guided tour. Learn about Florida’s "Pink Gold” and the oldest and largest shrimp fleet in Florida. Includes a 90 min. guided visit to the Museum and a 90 min. visit to the commercial fishing industry. Cost $15/adult; $10 for children over 6. 239-765-8101.   Edit   Delete


Zumba classes will be offered at Beach Elementary School outdoor pavilion on TU & TH 3:30-4:30pm from Sept 16-Dec 11 with instructor Gil Gonzalez. Join this class and enjoy fun dance moves set to lively Latin spirited rhythms. Cost $25 for entire session. Pay Renee Mulloy before first class. Register online at Children may not accompany class participants.    Edit   Delete

Yoga At 7 Seas

Head to the Seven Seas house at Newton Park on Tuesdays at 5:45pm for a yoga class taught by Susan Carter, RYT, an instructor with over ten years of experience. This drop-in yoga class is for all levels of yoga experience. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat if they have one. $10/class. 239-765-0865    Edit   Delete

Morning Meander

Join a Bird Patrol Guide at Lakes Park on SA Nov 1 at 8am for a nature walk. See birds in native vegetation in this birding hot spot. Bring water, sunscreen and binoculars. 239-533-7580.    Edit   Delete

Guided Kayak Tours

The Mound House hosts kayak tours every other Saturday, departing from the Mound House and winding through the back bay with a visit to Dog Key and a Calusa shell mound. All equipment provided. Bring water shoes, hat, sunscreen and water. Must register 1 week in advance. Tours Nov 1, 15 and Dec 13 from 9am-1pm. Cost $30/person. 239-765-0865    Edit   Delete

Inshore Slam

The 3rd Annual Inshore Slam fishing tournament by the Coast Guard Enlisted Association will be held on SU, Nov 2 at Fish Tale Marina. The CGEA is devoted to community outreach and support of active duty service members, reservists, auxiliarists and their families. The Inshore Slam benefits the CGEA and builds community partnerships. Entry is just $100/crew of four. Cash prizes awarded. Captains meeting will be SA Nov 1 from 4-6pm at the Fish House at Fish Tale Marina. Lines in the water at 7am on SU Nov 2 (note time change) and out at 3pm. Awards reception will follow at 4:30-6pm at Fish Tale Marina. For more information or to register,  contact tournament director Mitch Miller at 814-673-9174 or To be a sponsor, contact Tanya at    Edit   Delete

Paint The Beach

The plein air festival, "Paint the Beach…Sandcastles to Shrimp Boats” will be held on Fort Myers Beach Nov 3-9. 60 artists will paint throughout the Town on Nov 4-6, with a Gala Awards Ceremony and Collector’s Preview on FR Nov 7 from 6-9pm at the Fish Tale Marina Propeller Lounge behind Santini Plaza. Tickets are $35 at the door and $30 in advance at Artwork will be displayed and available for sale on Nov 8 and 9 in a tent in Santini Marina Plaza. A quick draw contest from 9-11am on SA Nov 8 will be held in Times Square. For details see   Edit   Delete

Wading Trip

Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve will host its final wading trip of the year Nov 5 from 10am-noon. Led by environmental specialists from the Preserve, participants will take a refreshing journey into the waters of the bay, wading into the mudflats and seagrass beds at low tide. Dip and seine nets will be provided to collect and examine organisms such as fish, shrimp, crabs and snails. Trip is free, but registration required. 239-463-3240    Edit   Delete

Moonlight Walk

Join the Friends of Matanzas Pass Preserve for a newly developed public program offered just once a month on the evening of the full moon. Participants will experience 90 minutes in the preserve as they sharpen their senses of smell, touch, hearing and night vision. The next walk will be offered TH Nov 6 at 5:30pm. Open to adults only and limited to eight participants. Reservations required. Call Jim Rodwell 239-565-7437 or email to reserve your space.    Edit   Delete