There's Plenty Going on in Cape Coral, Especially for Seniors

 

Are you wondering what Cape Coral, Florida offers the senior crowd?

Cape Coral is the ideal location for any age. The Cape is known for being family friendly and loaded with plenty of activities and events. If you are part of the senior crowd, here is a list of special events, clubs and activities that you will find interesting (although they are NOT limited to seniors) and check out retirement living:

New Residents Club provides opportunities for new residents of Cape Coral to become acquainted and make friends by participating in socials, group activities and to advise new residents of services and facilities available in the Cape.

The Royal Palm Yacht Club welcomes boaters and non-boaters alike to become a part of a group that enjoys the finer things in life. There's always a cultural event coming up on the calendar, from boating excursions, luncheons, and holiday parties, to trips to polo tournaments, rain forests, and wineries. The club also offers a bridge, bowling, and book club, as well as a health club on location.

The Cape Coral Social Club not only offers an excellent opportunity to meet new people and enjoy activities, the club also offers encouragement and support to the community and it's members. Some of the favorite activities of this social club include trips to Red Sox games, a monthly dinner dance, cruises, cultural activities, and a wide variety of clubs. You are sure to find lifelong friendships here.

The German American Club of Cape Coral is best known for their annual Oktoberfest. The whole community comes out during the last two weekends in October for food, drinks, dancing, games and great memories. In February, it's time for Gardenfest, another event filled with food, entertainment, and plenty to drink. That's not all they have to offer. Every Friday night, the club offers dancing, live music, and authentic German meals. You don't have to be a member to attend.

Red, White, and Boom is the biggest single day event in the city. It is also the largest July 4 display in Southwest Florida, with a stunning display set off over the Cape Coral waterfront. Once you've been to this event, you'll know that Cape Coral knows how to put on a party.

The Cape Coral Festival of the Arts is held the second weekend of January each year. With nearly 300 artists and artisans from across the nation lining Cape Coral Parkway, this event attracts over 100,000 visitors. It is one of the largest art festivals in Southwest Florida.

Want to experience that "home town feeling" again? Come out to the Cape Coral Farmers Market for fresh, locally grown produce, native plants, Gulf-fresh seafood, just-baked breads & pastries. The season runs every year from October to May. There's even live music and entertainment.

 

For a complete list of upcoming events and area information, check the Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce web site.

 

The Cape offers over 30 parks, several boat ramps, and an art studio offering a variety of classes. If you're up for a day at the water park, Sunsplash will give you all of the fun you can handle. Float along in the Lazy River, enjoy the sun, or test out one of the numerous slides. Check out the Cape Coral Parks and Recreation web site for more classes, clubs, and interesting events.