What’s happening this #WeekendInSWFL?
JAN. 11-14, 2018

THURSDAY  Osteria Tulia turns five, and in celebration, Chef Vincenzo Betulia is treating his guests to a glass of Prosecco, offering dinner specials from Osteria’s original menu five years ago and debuting a newly revamped wine list (for the first time since opening!). For reservations, call (239) 213-2073.

SATURDAY  |  The Marco Island Historical Museum hosts its inaugural Pineapple Festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to celebrate all things pineapple. (How could we not be on board?) Hear  about Marco’s long history of pineapple farming, see pineapple-centric artwork, make a pineapple craft and meet local pineapple vendors. Admission is free.

THROUGH SATURDAY  |  See the Oscar-winning film Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, on Artis—Naples‘ big screen with Max Steiner’s famous score performed live by the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra. Matinee and evening performances are available; call (239) 597-1900 for tickets.

SUNDAY  |  Bring your pup to Third Street South for Pets on Third from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The annual pet festival features dozens of local vendors, vets and more, plus a themed parade down Third at noon. Admission is free.

THROUGH SUNDAY  |  The touring Broadway production of Finding Neverland, the musical based on the movie that tells the story of how Peter became Pan, is at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers this weekend. Evening and matinee performances are available; get your tickets online.

Attending these or any other events in Naples or Southwest Florida this weekend? Tag your posts on social media with #WeekendInSWFL.