Stroll through Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s towering cypress forests and explore the summertime pursuits of its resident inhabitants—without getting your feet wet.
It’s easy to forget that telephones previously provided only the ability to audio call, and it’s no wonder we’ve become dependent on these portable personal computers we know as cellphones.
Still need ideas on how to celebrate Father's Day in Southwest Florida? We've got you covered with these five things to do/give in 2018.
Karen Hicks of Sarasota is a Guardian Ad Litem who advocates for children in court. She will be getting a well-deserved home makeover.
Still need ideas to celebrate Mother's Day in Southwest Florida? We've got you covered. Check out these five things to do.
Since 2012, donors throughout SWFL have shown their love for local nonprofit organizations by providing more than $28 million in funding to support their missions during the Giving Challenge
The Southwest Florida Adventure Group was born with many types of adventures in mind. The purpose of this group is to seek out adventure and live life to the fullest.
JASWFL partnered with more than 280 classroom business volunteers in 2016-17 to provide more than 10,600 students with programs in more than 440 classes in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties.
Rookery Bay in cooperation with the FWC and Audubon Florida, has closed the emergent sandbar located one mile southeast of Cape Romano, known as “Second Chance” until Aug. 31.
Registration is open for Lee County Parks & Recreation Summer Camp, which annually draws thousands of youngsters to programs, outings and activities.