Thursday, November 20, 2014

Fort Myers Beach News and Fun Events


  • The Mound House Museum, A New Day Dawns for a 2,000-Year-Old Site
Excitement and anticipation are growing among the 200-plus volunteers, and hard-working staff, who have helped restore this historic site on Fort Myers Beach through years of archeological excavation and study. Residents and visitors alike eagerly await the day when The Mound House Museum opens its doors to the public. Based on the track record and determination of Alison Giesen, new Museum Director of The Mound House, it won’t be a lengthy wait. And the community’s patience will be amply rewarded in a museum and archeological site replete with historic treasures and surprises.
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  • 28th Annual American Sand Sculpting Championship November 21-30
 The 28th Annual American Sand Sculpting Championships, the biggest sand sculpting event in the state, is coming to Fort Myers Beach next week. Running from Nov. 21 - 30, this year’s event offers even more fun for adults and children alike!  Big C Events, Pinchers Crab Shack, the Wyndham Garden Hotel on Fort Myers Beach and The Sand Lovers, all of which have been involved in other successful sand sculpting events including the World Championships of Sand Sculpting, will once again manage the event in coordination with the Greater Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce and charity benefactors; Make-A-Wish, Teen Challenge, The Kiwanis Club and Lover’s Key State Park.
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Friday, November 21st
Farmer’s Market
7:30-11am, under the
Matanzas Pass Bridge

American Sand Sculpting Championship Opening Day 10am-5pm. On the beach behind Wyndham Garden. Friday is Make-A-Wish Day - a portion of the proceeds go towards the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida. Solo competition begins today as 16 of the world’s best compete for the crown. Sand Sculpting lessons, Sand Vendor Village, activity area and photo opportunity sculptures. Highlights: Chain Saw Art at Noon and 3pm; Quick Sand at 11:30am and 1pm.

Saturday, November 22nd

Beautiful Birds of Bunche Beach
8am, Bunche Beach (John Morris Rd, south of Summerlin Rd. Walk with a Bird Patrol Guide in this preserve. You’ll see migrants and resident waders and shorebirds working the mudflats at low tide. Also waterfowl, raptors and warblers. Bring binoculars,
sunscreen, water and shoes that can get wet, Free with paid parking. 239-707-3015

American Sand Sculpting Championships
10am-5pm. On the beach behind Wyndham Garden.
Solo competition continues. Music, kid’s activities, Sand Sculpting lessons, Sand Vendor Village. Highlights: Chain Saw Art at Noon and 3pm; Quick Sand at 11:30am and 1pm; Flying Colors with John Gowdy at 4:45pm


222 Hibiscus Drive
Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931
Hibiscus House on Fort Myers Beach is located in the Mid Island quiet zone on the Bay. Wonderful Estero Bay views stretch 160 degrees. Dolphins, Manatees, Birds, and boats. You see them all from the wrap around decks. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths with tall vaulted ceiling in the Living room / den, kitchen and dinning area. Nice dock with boat lift in your back yard. Private neighborhood park with dock and fishing pier is next door. 5 minute walk to the Beach.  Find out more:


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