Calendar

February 2017

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
  • Lakes Park Farmers' Market
  • Free Guided Nature Walks
2
  • River Distrcit Farmer's Market
  • Coconut Point Farmers' Market
3
  • Board Meeting
4
  • Bonita Springs Farmers' Market
  • Free Guided Nature Walks
5
  • Sanibel Island Farmers' Market
  • Koreshan State Park - Native Plant Society Sale
6
  • Fenway South Farm & Flea Market
7
  • Open House and Garden Tours
  • Cape Coral Surfside Sunset Market
8
  • Lakes Park Farmers' Market
9
  • River Distrcit Farmer's Market
  • Coconut Point Farmers' Market
10
  • Free Gardening Series
11
  • Edison Birthday Festival-
  • Bonita Springs Farmers' Market
  • Free Guided Nature Walks
12
  • Edison Birthday Festival-
  • Sanibel Island Farmers' Market
  • Koreshan State Park - Native Plant Society Sale
13
  • Fenway South Farm & Flea Market
14
  • Open House and Garden Tours
  • Cape Coral Surfside Sunset Market
15
  • Lakes Park Farmers' Market
16
  • River Distrcit Farmer's Market
  • Coconut Point Farmers' Market
17
18
  • Garden Club of Cape Coral Bok Tower Bus Tour
  • Bonita Springs Farmers' Market
  • Pine Island Garden Club Gala
  • Free Guided Nature Walks
19
  • Sanibel Island Farmers' Market
  • Koreshan State Park - Native Plant Society Sale
20
  • Fenway South Farm & Flea Market
21
  • Open House and Garden Tours
  • Cape Coral Surfside Sunset Market
22
  • Lakes Park Farmers' Market
23
  • CFAA Seminar 2017
  • River Distrcit Farmer's Market
  • Coconut Point Farmers' Market
24
  • CFAA Seminar 2017
25
  • CFAA Seminar 2017
  • Bonita Springs Farmers' Market
  • Free Guided Nature Walks
26
  • CFAA Seminar 2017
  • Sanibel Island Farmers' Market
  • Koreshan State Park - Native Plant Society Sale
27
  • Fenway South Farm & Flea Market
28
  • Open House and Garden Tours
  • Cape Coral Surfside Sunset Market

 

Featured in the Fort Myers News-Press

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STACEY HENSON, SHENSON@NEWS-PRESS.COM9:04 a.m. EST November 21, 2015 http://www.news-press.com/story/entertainment/2015/11/21/berne-davis-fort-myers-garden-botanical-tour-club-flowers-/74047760/ On a tiny plot of land tucked off the main Fort Myersthoroughfares, ferns, orchids, roses, bromeliads, and ginger create a quiet Florida landscape. “Welcome, welcome,” Kay Holloway, president of the Fort Myers Lee County Garden Council, greets visitors each Tuesday. “Come on in,” she beckons from a  gazebo with a water...

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