October + November — Community Events Continued

Oct 26

BAILEY FEST October 26 No admission charge, just lots of fun, food,

games and entertainment for the kids. Don’t miss the big event: the crowning of the 29th annual Bailey King and Queen! Sanibel-Captiva residents gather at Bailey’s Shopping Center Bailey’s for the pumpkin patch, pony rides, mule and wagon rides, a bounce house, singing and dancing, ice cream, and a special appearance by the BIG ARTS Chorus! It’s a mighty fine traditional fall festival! Oct 31

FALL FAMILY CARNIVAL AND HAY RIDE October 31 Bring the kids out to Sanibel Island in their scariest (or most fabulous) costumes for a trick- or-treat that’s sure to please. Bring one bag of candy per family for admission. Costume prizes, great fall games, arts and crafts are all part of the fall fun. Budget-friendly food offerings and hay rides are available for purchase. 5:30 PM.

Nov 1

CALUSA BLUEWAY KAYAK FISHING TOURNAMENT Nov 1 Rapidly becoming the premier tournament in Southwest Florida, the Pine Island-based catch-and-release competition is a signature event of the Calusa Blueway Paddling Festival. This year, the tournament features a one-day competition for anglers who catch and release snook, redfish, sea trout and other species caught from the waterways of Lee County by kayak or canoe. $65 entry fee. TheGreatCalusaBlueway/events.

Nov 1

TASTE OF LEE November 1 Yum! Sample servings of delicious, diverse delights from Lee County’s top chefs and restaurants at Centennial Park in the River District, Fort Myers. Get your groove on with music and exciting activities for the entire family, including a free bounce house for the kids! $5 per person.

Nov 1-2

CAMP OUT AT JAYEE PARK November 1-2 Take time out for a weekend of family camping under the tree canopy along the shore of Cape Cor- al’s beautiful riverside park. Games, a community campfire — and, of course, s’mores — await! Bring your own tent and camping supplies. Be sure to register, since limited space is available. Camping starts at 2 PM Saturday and runs through 10 AM Sunday. Camp site is $20 for Cape Coral residents or $30 for non-residents.


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