Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Things To Do on Fort Myers Beach

A Busy Season is in the Air
Even though traffic is still flowing freely, all up and down the beach there is a definite buzz in the air. Like the calm before the storm, visitors and residents alike can sense, hidden in the soft breeze, a quiet crackling of energy, of something building. As Halloween costumes are donned there is an awareness that soon, very soon, Estero Boulevard will be filled with cars and our island will play host once again to our northern friends and season will be upon us. Many businesses have spent the last couple of months preparing for this by sprucing up their shops and updating their menus - kind of the beach version of spring cleaning - so this week we decided to check out what a few have been doing to prepare for what many hope to be a very busy season.  To read more: http://www.islandsandpaper.com/issue-663.aspx

Halloween Party
Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn, and caldron bubble. All Hallow’s Eve will be celebrated this week by costumed and festive beach goers young and old. The holiday, most commonly known as Halloween, finds its roots in centuries-old, Celtic folklore. This year, Fort Myers Beach plays host to a number of Halloween-themed events, including Trunk or Treat and two costume parties.  To read more: http://www.islandsandpaper.com/teaser2.aspx

Things To Do

Wednesday, Oct. 30th

10am, Free Introduction; 10:30am
Paddleboarding Tour of Estero Bay. Mound House. 

Please register 239-765-0865

10:30am, Beach Library.
Beach resident, will share short pieces of original 

literature with a Halloween theme.

Thursday, Oct. 31st

8am-1pm, Faith United Methodist Church

15690 McGregor Blvd.


10am, Lovers Key. 
An interesting talk about manatees and
dolphins and what can be done to protect them. 

Free with park entry. Reservations required 463-4588.

6-11pm, Nervous Nellie’s. $1,000
in prizes, drink specials and fun!

6pm-2am, The Cottage. Contest
winners announced at midnight
with awards for 1st and 2nd

Showcased Listings

5175 Williams Dr, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Tropical Paradise'' On Fort Myers Beach. From the time you enter the private walled and gated court yard, till you walk out onto the expansive decks on the wide deep lagoon / canal, you know you are somewhere special. 3 bedrooms and 3 renovated Baths plus an office, with a split floor plan. 3rd bedroom currently used as den. This is a home for entertaining. Built in the quite zone, in what is considered by, most, the best and highest subdivision on the Island. Completely renovated in the past 6 years, newer roof, new dock and lift, new modern kitchen, tile throughout the house and new outside terraced decks down to water's edge. Yes, There is plenty of room for your new pool. Truly a Tropical Paradise.

250 Bahia Via., Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Fort Myers Beach Waterfront Duplex only 2 houses from Bay. Great Mid Island location. 2 minute walk to beach. 4 bedrooms 2 baths Completely renovated, nice, new and clean. Down stairs just completed renovation in 2013. New Dock on nice canal, New A/C in 2009. Complete kitchens and Laundry both units. Up stairs has Tall ceilings. Expansive decks overlooking canal and Estero Bay. Live in up stairs and rent out bottom. OR rent both. Or live in as single family 4 bedroom home. ** This is a Legal Duplex. Did I mention you can see the Bay from home and back yard?!!

 For Waterfront Property Sales on Fort Myers Beach:
Phillip Babcock
  Century 21 TriPower Reality 239-994-4572
Follow this link to search for all properties for sale in South West Florida:
  For a free evaluation of your home or condo current value go to www.FreeFortMyersHomeValues.com you will receive 3 recent property sales and 3 current properties for sale, and the current market value of your property .Receive a Free Home Warranty, value $450.00, with each property purchase or listing above $150,000

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