TOMORROW
    Tuesday Jul 25 @ 10:00 AM
General Support Group
Alzheimer's Support Network – Our General Support groups are for family caregivers. If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another neurocognitive disease, these groups are for you. You will be among your peers. At these groups, participants share their experiences, their problems, their turmoil as well as their solutions to a wide range of issues. Being in a room full of people who understand exactly what you are going through can be tremendously comforting. These groups are held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30. They are facilitated by the staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network. We invite you join us. During these caregiver support groups, we also have programing for those Alzheimer’s. Our Club Room provides positive social engagement led by staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network and volunteers. The Club Room was developed for those caregivers who wanted to come to the general support group but couldn’t leave their loved ones at home. The positive socialization that is provided can have a lasting positive benefit throughout the day. As with all our programs, there is no charge. These groups are designed for family caregivers, rather than professional caregivers. If you are a professional caregiver and wish to attend, please contact us first: info@alzsupport.org (239) 262-8388. Our website is: www.alzsupport.org
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Jul 26 @ 6:00 PM
Lovegrove's Beach Lady ($35)
Vino's Picasso Naples – Join us as we walk you through this fun Leoma Lovegrove-inspired painting! This Florida-famous original is painted on a smaller 12x16 canvas. Upgrade to a 16x20 upon arrival for $5. NOTE: *coupons/discounts do not apply to Lovegroves* We sell wine, beer, champagne, soda, bottled water and snacks! WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: NO REFUNDS, no AMEX, no credits for no-shows. 24 hour cancellation policy or a $10 rescheduling fee per person may be applied. SEATING is first come, first serve. Don't be late, we start on time! ID's will be checked upon arrival. Events are subject to cancellation. Invite friends! Dress to paint! We'll have an apron for ya. NO HARD LIQUOR, platters, rolling coolers or fragrant foods. Byob beer, wine, champagne. We have cups and corckscews. 13+yrs only. (10+yrs before 6PM). Only registered painters allowed in the studio during instructed sessions. Sorry, no exceptions. NOTE: *coupons/discounts do not apply to Lovegroves* No ice, food table or refrigerator available, but you're welcome to bring a small cooler and enjoy the space around your seat(s)! SHARE this event with friends! Cut + paste the link above.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Jul 26 @ 8:00 PM
Open Mic Night Hosted by Flying Brian from 1055theBeat
Off The Hook Comedy Club – Comedian bring your best 5 mins of comedy and watch local talent get ready for the big time! Doors open to all at 730pm come enjoy and unwind with drink specials and laughter all night long. This show is free to attend! All Performers must Bring 10 guest to be eligible to perform and must have 5 minutes of original comedy material.
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Jul 27 @ 10:00 AM
General Support Group
Alzheimer's Support Network – Our General Support groups are for family caregivers. If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another neurocognitive disease, these groups are for you. You will be among your peers. At these groups, participants share their experiences, their problems, their turmoil as well as their solutions to a wide range of issues. Being in a room full of people who understand exactly what you are going through can be tremendously comforting. These groups are held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30. They are facilitated by the staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network. We invite you join us. During these caregiver support groups, we also have programing for those Alzheimer’s. Our Club Room provides positive social engagement led by staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network and volunteers. The Club Room was developed for those caregivers who wanted to come to the general support group but couldn’t leave their loved ones at home. The positive socialization that is provided can have a lasting positive benefit throughout the day. As with all our programs, there is no charge. These groups are designed for family caregivers, rather than professional caregivers. If you are a professional caregiver and wish to attend, please contact us first: info@alzsupport.org (239) 262-8388. Our website is: www.alzsupport.org
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Jul 27 - Jul 30 @ 8:00 PM
Comedian Guy Torry live in Naples, Florida
Off The Hook Comedy Club – In the tradition of comedians who have made the transition from the stage to the screen, such as Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and many others, the multi-talented Guy Torry has made the leap stand-up to actor with great success. Guy Torry moved to Los Angeles, CA to join his two older brothers, famed comedian/actor Joe Torry, and now Retired US Army Lt. Colonel Ramon Torry, in 1992. He originally moved to Southern California to finish his education in pursing a degree in marketing. After moving there and being inspired by HBO’s Russell Simmons Def Comedy Jam, and his brother Joe, Guy decided, that’s the career path he should take. Guy started hitting the comedy pavement, performing at comedy clubs in Los Angeles, sometimes going up 3 or 4 times a night while taking on odd marketing jobs, some work as an “extra” in music video’s, sitcoms, and films as well as a Production Assistant on the hit sitcom “MARTIN”. Staying focused and dedicated to stand up, Guy won his first comedy competition while competing with seasoned pros after only six months of doing comedy. That gave him the confidence to pursue a career in comedy. After only two years in the game, Guy had a chance to audition for the very show inspired him to try stand up. Martin Lawrence the show’s host, stepped down, and Guy’s brother Joe was named as the new host. Bob Sumner, the show’s talent coordinator, gave Guy the green light for his stand up television debut which ended up being his big break. Guy went on to join the national Def Comedy Jam Tour and play to sold out theaters around the country. He continued to perfect his craft while not on DCJ tour in local clubs and other clubs around the country. After securing a manager and agent, Guy started booking acting jobs, which raised his global profile. In 1995, after seeing a lack of industry coming down to the urban neighborhoods to scout some of the other Black comedians, Guy created, produced and hosted Phat Comedy Tuesdays at the world famous Comedy Store. Guy wanted to bring the “hood” to Hollywood to showcase up and coming Black talent. The show was a hit, and lasted for 10 years. His acting career would flourish and he went on to guest star in television shows such as “Martin”, “Sparks” “NYPD Blue”, “The X-Files” and “The Shield” to name a few, but he also landed series regular roles in the sitcom “Good News” and “The Strip”. His big screen appearances include such films as, “Pearl Harbor”, “The Animal”, “Runaway Jury”, “Life” and the most critically acclaimed; “American History X”. Torry has toured the country and abroad displaying his brand of comedy and bringing laughs to every one. All of this attracted the attention of “The Kings of Comedy “ creator Walter Latham, who hired Guy to host the original tour, that with veteran comedians such as Cedric The Entertainer, the late Bernie Mac, and Steve Harvey. After a year of touring with the Kings’ , Guy decided to leave the show to pound the comedy pavement again, and work on his craft. He currently tours the country hitting comedy clubs and theaters putting together the right set for a comedy special. He also is in pre-production with a documentary about “Phat Tuesdays” and has several television, film, and book projects in the works. But he still finds time every Wednesday to help with “My Friend’s House” foundation in Los Angeles where they feed, clothe and pray for the homeless on Skid Row.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Jul 28 @ 12:00 PM
Gentlemen's Club
Alzheimer's Support Network – Gentlemen's Club is a respite program for family caregivers and a social stimulation program for men in the early to middle stage of Alzheimer's or another neurocognitive disorder. Gentlemen's Club is an Alzheimer's Support Network program that is hosted at Terracina Grand. Thank you to Terracina for provide the meeting place and the lunch! If you are interested in more information about Gentlemen's Club please contact: Debbie@alzsupport.org or call (239) 262-8388. This is a free program. If your loved one has never been to Gentlemen's Club, we ask you contact us so we can discuss the program with you and make sure it will work for your loved one.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Jul 28 @ 1:00 PM
Children's Educational Seminar with The Pitbull Crew
The Pit Bull Crew – Kids....Please Join Us! Pitbull Crew Children's Educational Seminar Interactive & Informative Lesson Plans for Children - Proper Handling & Dog Behavior Signals - Inspiring Young Veternarians...Listen to a Pitbull Heartbeat - Mini-Agility & Dog Tricks (Applause) - Tips to Help Report Animal Abuse (Don't Be a Bully...Report It) - Meet Our Ambassador Professor Pitbulls Teaching Children - Representing: Elder-Bull Quinn, Tri-pod Mary, Puppy Abuse Survivor Waffles, #TeamTank WHEN: Friday, July 28th 1-2pm WHERE: Collier County Parks & Rec, 15000 Livingston Rd, Naples WHY: Educating Children to be Loving, Respectful & Responsible Pet Owners, From an Early Age RSVP: Jeanette Jolly, Founder, The Pitbull Crew, Inc
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Jul 28 @ 1:00 PM
Artwork Receiving / Surrealist Summer Exhibition
Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs – Surrealist Summer Exhibition August 4 - 24, 2017 Eligibility: All Artists/All Media Receiving: Friday, July 28, 2017; 1:00 - 4:00pm Reception: Friday, August 4, 2017; 6:00 - 8:00pm Artwork Pickup: Friday, August 25, 2017; 1:00 - 4:00pm What is real? What is imaginary? This exhibition aims to merge the two. Surrealism can have many forms but at its core is the element of surprise by contrasting elements. Artists should look for new ways to examine and deconstruct reality by use of symbolism in unanticipated ways.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Jul 28 @ 7:00 PM
Golden Lion ($35)
Vino's Picasso Naples – *MUST RSVP via OUR WEBSITE (see Ticket Information above) We sell wine, beer, champagne, soda and snacks. WHAT YOU + YOUR GUESTS NEED TO KNOW: NO REFUNDS, credits for NO-SHOWS or AMEX. ALL supplies and instruction with local artists included. We'll have an apron for ya! 24 hour cancellation policy applies to all RSVPs or a $10 rescheduling fee per person will be applied. IDs will be required at check-in. Dress to paint! We are not responsible for items damaged while in our paint studio. SEATING is first come, first serve and we start on time. No hard liquor, rolling coolers, pitchers of any liquid, hot fragrant foods or party-sized platters. Byob beer, wine, champagne if you'd like! Space can be limited. 13+ years only (10+ before 6PM). Only registered painters are allowed in the studio during any paint session. No exceptions. No refrigerator, food table or ice available, but the space around your seat(s) is all yours! SHARE this event with friends! Namaste'
 
UPCOMING
    Sunday Jul 30 @ 5:00 PM
Helping retired racehorses at Noodles Italian Cafe
Track to Trail Thoroughbreds- rehab, rehoming, and rescue of ex-racehorses – Join us for a night of helping horses! $20 includes a drink, appetizer buffet, and our silent auction!! All to benefit the horses at Track to Trail -Thoroughbreds in Golden Gate Estates
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Aug 2 @ 7:00 PM
Bachata & Salsa class
Kumodance – Starting in August join in for some dance at our new location! Group classes are now every Wednesday starting at 7 Pm with Bachata then Salsa at 8 Pm. What to expect: - Each class is progressively building off from week before so you can quickly get confident in social dancing - Group classes are a great way to meet new people and get dancing right away - Fun/judgement free zone... A balance of understanding concepts/fundamentals with some humor to keep engaged. For new students with Kumodance you can try out your first group class for free. afterwards, it's $20 PP with different package options available. Any questions feel free to contact me.
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Aug 3 @ 10:00 AM
General Support Group
Alzheimer's Support Network – Our General Support groups are for family caregivers. If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another neurocognitive disease, these groups are for you. You will be among your peers. At these groups, participants share their experiences, their problems, their turmoil as well as their solutions to a wide range of issues. Being in a room full of people who understand exactly what you are going through can be tremendously comforting. These groups are held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30. They are facilitated by the staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network. We invite you join us. During these caregiver support groups, we also have programing for those Alzheimer’s. Our Club Room provides positive social engagement led by staff of the Alzheimer’s Support Network and volunteers. The Club Room was developed for those caregivers who wanted to come to the general support group but couldn’t leave their loved ones at home. The positive socialization that is provided can have a lasting positive benefit throughout the day. As with all our programs, there is no charge. These groups are designed for family caregivers, rather than professional caregivers. If you are a professional caregiver and wish to attend, please contact us first: info@alzsupport.org (239) 262-8388. Our website is: www.alzsupport.org
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Aug 3 @ 2:30 PM
Road to Acceptance
Alzheimer's Support Network – Road to Acceptance Support Group is for caregivers struggling to accept the disease and behavioral changes of their loved ones. We will also focus on self-care for the caregiver. This journey is a tough, emotional challenge and we need to acknowledge that and try to help. The saying on the right is a takeoff of the Serenity Prayer and makes the point that we are the only ones we really have control over. How to accept that? Let’s talk about it together and find a pathway that fits. Each of our paths are unique. The Club Room is available for Patient Care during this support group. Loren Whipple of Avow Hospice co-facilities this group with Alzheimer's Support Network Staff. This group is free and open to the public. No reservations are required. www.alzsupport.org
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Aug 3 @ 6:30 PM
Thirsty Thursday ($32)
Vino's Picasso Naples – *MUST RSVP VIA LINK ABOVE* $3 wine/beer. 1 FREE beer for 2017-2018 teachers with ID. We sell wine, beer, champagne, soda and snacks. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: NO REFUNDS, credits for NO-SHOWS or AMEX. ALL supplies and instruction with local artists included. We'll have an apron for ya! 24 hour cancellation policy applies to all RSVPs or a $10 rescheduling fee per person will be applied. IDs will be required at check-in. Dress to paint! We are not responsible for items damaged while in our paint studio. SEATING is first come, first serve and we start on time. No hard liquor, rolling coolers, pitchers of any liquid, hot fragrant foods or party-sized platters. Byob beer, wine, champagne if you'd like! Space can be limited. 13+ years only (10+ before 6PM). Only registered painters are allowed in the studio during any paint session. No exceptions. No refrigerator, food table or ice available, but the space around your seat(s) is all yours! SHARE this event with friends! Namaste'
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Aug 3 - Aug 6 @ 7:00 PM
Drew Lynch from America's Got Talent- Stand up Comedy
Off The Hook Comedy Club – In 2015, Drew Lynch captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent. “The person I was before would probably never hangout with who I am today” is the statement that resonated most in capturing audiences across the country, as they fell in love with Drew’s charming wit and genuine vulnerability every week of the competition. “Do something every day that scares you” is a motto Drew lives by. Drew becoming a comedian was almost as unintentional as capturing America’s hearts. Originally from Indianapolis, at the age of 19, Drew moved to Los Angeles with aspirations of becoming an actor; a dream he had since he was a kid. An unexpected softball accident just a year into his acting career left Drew with a severe stutter and crushed his hopes of ever performing again. But his continued drive to become an entertainer forced him in a different direction, often reflecting on the “softball that humbly changed his life and gave him a career”. Drew’s vulnerability in dealing with his stutter and making it relatable to real-life situations propelled him each week of the competition – advancing him to the finals and ultimately landing him first runner-up on season 10 of America’s Got Talent. Drew attributes much of his success from his ability to be honest, genuinely facing the “elephant in the room” head on. Inspired by comedians Bo Burnham, Louis C.K, he now headlines Comedy Clubs across the country. Since his success on America’s Got Talent, Drew’s career has come full circle and he has broken back into the acting scene. Drew recently garnered a recurring role on the Marc Maron Show, has appeared on “Dr. Oz,” and as a celebrity guest on the game show “Idiot Test.” He is collaborating on a book, and ultimately becoming the actor he always dreamed of, with a now different and enlightened perspective on who he thought he was, and who he is today. Please NOTE* the floor chart provided is only a visual reference chart and not to be used for specific seating. The colors indicate the general location of the seats you are purchasing in each section. FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Yes you must be 18 to attend events with valid photo ID. 21 to drink Alcohol Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can call the boxoffice anytime at 239-389-6901 or email us directly info@offthehookcomedy.com Is my registration/ticket transferrable? ALL ticket are non transferable and Non Refundable please doubel and triple check your ticket purchase Can I update my registration information? Yes you can update your information Sell these tickets on your social media today! ***DO YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE AND WANT TO BECOME A TICKET AFFILIATE WHO CAN MAKE MONEY SELLING THESE TICKETS? EMAIL US info@swflpac.com and you will start earning cash for each sale today! Just a promo code and click away***
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Aug 4 @ 10:00 AM
Marco Isand Support Group
Alzheimer's Support Network – This once a month support group is for family caregivers. It is held at the Bank of America Building on Marco Island (614 Bald Eagle Drive) in their conference room. This is an open forum support group where any and all issues can be discussion. Thank you Bank of America for allowing the Alzheimer's Support Network to use this space over these many years. There are no provisions for patient care during this meeting. Our apologies. This group is free and open to the public. No reservations are required.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Aug 4 @ 12:00 PM
Gentlemen's Club
Alzheimer's Support Network – Gentlemen's Club is a respite program for family caregivers and a social stimulation program for men in the early to middle stage of Alzheimer's or another neurocognitive disorder. Gentlemen's Club is an Alzheimer's Support Network program that is hosted at Terracina Grand. Thank you to Terracina for provide the meeting place and the lunch! If you are interested in more information about Gentlemen's Club please contact: Debbie@alzsupport.org or call (239) 262-8388. This is a free program. If your loved one has never been to Gentlemen's Club, we ask you contact us so we can discuss the program with you and make sure it will work for your loved one.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Aug 4 @ 6:00 PM
Opening Reception / Surrealist Summer Exhibition
Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs – Surrealist Summer Exhibition August 4 - 24, 2017 Reception: Friday, August 4, 2017; 6:00 - 8:00pm What is real? What is imaginary? This exhibition aims to merge the two. Surrealism can have many forms but at its core is the element of surprise by contrasting elements. Artists should look for new ways to examine and deconstruct reality by use of symbolism in unanticipated ways.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Aug 4 @ 7:00 PM
Paint Your Pet FUNdraiser! ($50)
Vino's Picasso Naples – Help us help local pups! Big Cypress German Shepherd Rescue is devoted to the rescue and rehabilitation of unwanted and displaced German Shepherd Dogs. We are a volunteer-run, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to providing positive and confidence-building training, excellent nutrition, and a nurturing environment to prepare our rescued German Shepherds for their forever homes. BCGSR is based in Naples, Florida, and relies on the generosity and support of our community to continue to assist here wonderful dogs. http://www.saveagermanshepherd.org After registering email 1 (one) headshot of your furry child to vinospicassonaples@hotmail.com and we'll pre-sketch it onto your canvas! Come with a great attitude, patience and a bottle of vino (or cruise our wine bar). We'll take care of the rest! *Photos should be submitted the day you register so don't delay*
 
UPCOMING
    Saturday Aug 5 @ 10:00 AM
Beach clean-up and social
Rotaract Club of Naples – Hey everyone! This our first beach clean up event of the year! Bring a friend to help keep our city beaches beautiful and instagram worthy! We will meet on the south side of the pier near the volleyball nets. Once we're finished cleaning; the beach SOCIAL begin!