5 Things To Do This Weekend in Fort Myers (Nov 1 – 3)

5 Things to do this Weekend in Fort Myers

Art, crafts, food, heroes, music, and more!

Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Fort Myers:

Art WalkMystery Walk

Friday: A must do in the River District social scene is the monthly Art Walk. Always on the First Friday, visit the many exciting galleries, exhibitions, and performances. FREE to the public with many venues featuring additional attractions and specials. Rain or shine, 6-10 pm. This month, come celebrate Fabric Art, visit the many exciting galleries, exhibitions, and performances.


Bucklers Fall Craft Fair

Saturday & Sunday: Buckler’s Craft Fairs are a HUGE event bringing vendors of all kinds to one spot! Here you will find handmade creations, custom home decor, unique gifts, and gourmet delights! Admission is $6 per person, Children 12 and under are free! (One paid admission is good for both days with hand stamp!) Parking is free! Event opens at 10 am each day and is located at Whaley Hall, which is the smaller building to the west of the Lee County Civic Center.


Taste of Lee

Saturday: Taste of Lee is a fun-filled day for the whole family by the Caloosahatchee River in Centennial Park showcasing Lee County’s great restaurants and food trucks. The day will be highlighted by amazing entertainment by local bands. The 6th Annual WINK Taste of Lee will be from 11 am to 6 pm. Over 30 local food trucks and restaurants will be featured in this one-day event. Admission is $10 for ages 3 and up with unlimited children’s entertainment, including rock-wall climbing, inflatables and interactive activities. Alcohol proceeds will benefit local charities.


SWFL Food Truck Nationals

Saturday: Forty of the best gourmet food trucks in the area will be competing for “Top Honors” and one of a kind custom trophies at the SWFL Food Truck Nationals competition at Jet Blue Park. The winners will also be featured at our next car show, as the best of the best. We will have our world-famous DJ “Tommy Tunes”, plus a live band. Plenty of free parking and admission is just $5. Active military and kids under 12 are free. Event runs from 11 am – 7 pm.


Welcome Home Mission 21

Saturday: Come out to Southwest Florida International Airport around 8:30 pm and cheer our veteran heroes as they deplane and heads for the Parade of Heroes at RSW! Bring out the kids to see our special veterans as their return from a trip of a lifetime to DC and visiting their memorials! Just follow the American flags! Parking is free! Your children will see the real Super Men and Women that gave so much to America! It’s Free and open to the public!  Don’t forget to “Get your Rosie on, and McCarthur corn cob pipes out!” Welcome Home Mission 21!