MARCH 14-17, 2019

THURSDAY  |  We love any excuse to eat pizza, including Pi Day (3.14, for the mathematically non-minded). Thursday only, receive $5 off all pizzas at Timeless. (May we recommend the White Clam with clams, herbs, lemon, fresh garlic and asiago?)

THURSDAY  |  Naples Art Association introduces its new ArtHUB forum, a platform for art-minded community members to share ideas, learn about new trends and promote the arts. This month’s session, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., includes a short discussion with artist Tiite Baquero, followed by wine and appetizers. Attendance is free for NAA members and $10 for nonmembers.

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY  |  Time for a spring wardrobe refresh! Stop by Summerfields in downtown Naples for a Julie Vos trunk show and shop jewel-encrusted bangles, necklaces, earrings and rings in all the soft, sea-inspired tones the designer is known for. Also, one of our favorite local boutiques, Cypress & Palm, hosts a trunk show celebrating new-to-them brand Shore (think breezy, vacation-friendly dresses, coverups and other resortwear).

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY  |  The Bevy takes celebrations seriously, which is why it’s transforming into an Irish pub for St. Patrick’s Day weekend. This three-day celebration features creative Celtic cocktails and a curated St. Patty’s menu.

Stop by before or after the 43rd annual Naples St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday (begins at 11 a.m. from Third Street South), when they’ll have live music and free valet parking to keep the party going all day and night.

SUNDAY  |  Zoo Yoga is happening again at 9:30 a.m. at Naples Zoo as Donation Yoga Naples‘ Lauren Fox leads an all-ages, hour-long, animal-themed yoga class. (Bring your own mat, towel and water.) The cost is $10 per person for Zoo members, $12 for nonmembers, and a portion of the proceeds is donated to the Zoo’s education and conservation programs. Register online.

THROUGH MARCH 31  |  There are just a few weeks left to see Naples Botanical Garden‘s exhibit of ethereal flamework glass sculptures, Reflections on Glass: Fräbel in the Garden. The sculptures are scattered throughout the Garden, and the cost is included with your regular Garden admission.

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