You and your friends and family are in fall, but your wallet isn’t. That’s okay in an autumn season filled with free pleasures in southwest Florida.
1. Art & Soul October 9th
George Rogers pioneered Naples in a unique way that was not common to most. Rogers came to Naples in 1952.
- He founded the bank which was later called First National Bank, Barnett Bank, then Bank of America.
- He was also a founder member of the Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida
- With Elsie Dorie Upham and others, he is responsible for the founding of the Naples Art Association
- Because he was convinced of its value, he even taught art at Collier County schools free of charge
The new owner helped to move the detached studio of his art from the Collier County Museum in Naples when the city started to transform its Sixth Street house into the massive megaliths it now has.
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The perfect spot for music and art demonstrations as well as interactive activities. Information on mental health is also available.
You can purchase food or drink, but it’s all for free.
What time: Saturday, October 9th at 12 – 4 pm
Where: Collier Museum, Government Center, 3331 US 41 E. Naples
Enter:Get it for free
More InformationCall 239-252-8476, or visit colliermuseums.com
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2nd Naples Zoo Collier County Apreciation Days, May 10-11 October
There is nothing better than seeing the Naples Zoo’s animals relax, play or have lunch. It’s difficult to emphasize the many benefits of Collier County Appreciation Days, when entry is free for children 3-12 years old and adults at $ 22.95. You don’t have to pay a fee if your Collier County home is included.
There is one caveat: entry requires a timed ticket. You can reserve an online entry.
Another caveat is the desire of the children to bring home the giraffes. In the hope that the anteater can sweep the floors, Mom and Dad may want the anteater to come home.
The ticket covers a cruise around Primate Island as well as the Meet the Keeper series and the amazing feeding of Alligator Bay residents.
From 10 am to 3 pm, the Safari Canyon feeding station is open. The Cape Porcupine is one example of an animal that’s not currently on display. It has a hairstyle that reminds Austin Butler when it was short.
There’s a café for the hungry and a tempting gift shop. To learn more about your visit to the zoo, please refer to the Collier County Benefits section on their website.
Many people are familiar with Collier County Appreciation Day. They may be wondering why the Saturday-Sunday default pairing was changed to Sunday or Monday. This is another reason we have to blame for COVID-19. On Saturday, the zoo received up to 6,000 people. This was far beyond what is allowed by CDC guidelines.
What time:9:00 AM – Last Admission at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 10, 2011. October
Where:Naples Zoo, 1590 Goodlette Frank Rd., Naples
Enter:Online at napleszoo.org, you can get a free ticket but must purchase a timed one. Identification is required for adults living in Collier County. You could be denied your ticket if you arrive late.
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3. Oct 27th, art after work
You can choose your luck with works of masters from the 19th or 20th century, as well as a immersion into the golden age of baseball, including Mickey Mantle and Derek Jeter, Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.
They are also free to view. After his Pandemic Sabbatical, Art After Hours is the month’s free monthly evening at Artis®-Naples (The Baker Museum)
This indulgence doesn’t require us to visit Monet, the part of love in all forms – though we will. You can find thematic collections of works in the permanent museum exhibition. These include the room that houses the mysterious Magrittes (on loan), the intriguing Chihuly ceiling, as well as the quirky New York Street photos taken by Helen Levitt.
Students 18 years old and over with identification receive a $ 10, $ $5 savings You can stop at Heidi’s Cafe to have a quick meal or take a break with the additional cash. The music is great and tickets are not required.
What time: 6.30-9:00pm the Wednesday before the end of each month. Later in the year, October 27th to November 24th or December 29th
Where: The Baker Museum, 583 Pelican Bay Boulevard. Naples
Enter:Get it for free
Don’t forget:Artis Naples building bags must not be larger than approximately 14 x 6x 4 inches. No briefcases or backpacks, beach bags, suitcases, or other luggage are permitted.
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4. Miromar Outlets October 16, Family Yoga
A 45 minute beginner yoga class is free for all families. The class is free for families, but you will need your own mats.
They know when they will tell you they plan Savasana.
The adjacent climbing wall can be used if you need to do an activity after.
What time:Sunday, October 16, at 10 AM; The free courses take place every other Saturday in the month
Where:WINK Playland is located across the northwest corner from Hertz Arena and Miromar Outlets. 10801 Corkscrew Road Estero
Enter: Free of charge
More Informationmiromaroutlets.com, 239-948-37666
5. Bonita Nature Place/Cullum’s Bonita Trail daily
Bonita Nature Place has become a treasure trove of wooded beauty that many people don’t want to know about. The Bonita Nature Place is located around the Imperial River. It wanders through 3 types of forests and an area with water that provides shade and variety that Floridians love.
It’s blessedly quiet and blessedly cool.
Your camera should always be with you. It is also home to an estimated 24 gopher tortoises. This is not the place to bring curious dogs.
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You don’t want your dog to get misled on the leash, especially when you have so many things to capture: bat and bee houses, raccoons, and foxes running and a butterfly garden.
You might not have seen Bonita Nature Place if it wasn’t for the Bonita Trail to Cullum. This 0.9-mile circular hike is nearby. For a short break from walking on a path through wooded areas, head south.
Always lock your vehicle. Also, make sure to wear good shoes and have some insect spray. Prepare to fall in love.
Where?: 8 a.m. – twilight daily
Where:Bonita Nature Place/ Cullum’s Bonita Trail. Bonita Springs, 27601 Kent Road
More Information bonitaspringsparks.org/parks_trails; or 239-992-2556
Harriet Howard Heithaus is a reporter for Naples Daily News/naplesnews.com. She reports about arts and entertainment. They can be reached at 239-213-6091.
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