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1) ***The Ultimate Neil Diamond Experience***Featuring Neil Zirconia
Organization: Cultural Park Theatre Co., Inc.

Back by popular demand this season is the incomparable Neil Zirconia as Neil Diamond. He will take you on an exciting journey down memory lane that only Neil himself can inspire. He will hold your attention with an on stage presence and charisma that is pure Neil Diamond. This is a performance not to be missed.

Date: Friday - November 27, 2015       
Time: 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Venue: Cultural Park Theater
Address: 528 Cultural Park Blvd.
Location: Cape Coral

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2) Life is a Beach boat tour
Organization: Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center

This tour provides an opportunity to explore Keewaydin Island, a natural, living barrier island with an incredible diversity of life and some of the best shelling in Florida. Stroll the beach with your naturalist guide and learn about all the things you are seeing: specially adapted native plants, gastropods, bivalves, crustaceans, corals, sea squirts, snails, sponges, worms, fishes, birds, reptiles, and more. This island is a wonderful example of the life and death reality of plants and animals "living on the edge". Also included is a leisurely cruise through the Rookery Bay mangrove estuary, one of the richest and most productive ecosystems on the planet. Participants must have the physical ability to step down into, and up from, the boat at a dock. Closed-toed shoes are recommended for the walk across the island (and can be removed on the beach).

Date: Friday - November 27, 2015       
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Venue: Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center
Address: 300 Tower Rd
Location: Naples

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