Favorite November Events

November is a great time to spend time with family and there are amazing events in Southwest Florida. We have compiled a list of our favorites.

Fort Myers Boat Show

Nov 13 | 10am-6pm,  Nov 14 | 10am-5pm
Admission is $16 for adults and children 15 and younger are free with a paid adult admission. 
Entrance: Bay Street & Heitman St (Next to the Post Office)

Fort Myers Boat Show

From Centennial Park to the Fort Myers City Yacht Basin, boats of all styles and sizes will be displayed on land, indoors and in the water. Hundreds of accessory exhibits feature everything from engines and electronics to boat lifts, boating services, fishing gear, clothing and just about anything else you might need on the water.

This is the largest display of boats, boating products, and services on Florida’s west coast, featuring over 600 boats on land and in water, representing over 130 manufacturers. It is also one of the most beautiful settings for a show in the country. Set on the Caloosahatchee River, exhibits wind along the river, through Centennial Park and Edwards Drive, through the newly renovated Caloosa Sound Convention Center and to the City Yacht Basin. Whether you are in the market for a boat, looking to repower or upgrade your current boat, or just want to see what’s new, you will find what you are looking for at this show.

The Caloosa Sound (formerly Harborside) Convention Center is full of boating products and marine accessories of all types and styles.

Visitors are encouraged to skip the line and buy tickets online.

Christmas on Third

November 22-26 (except the 25th) | 6pm

Christmas on Third Avenue Naples

Third Street South, Naples’ historic and iconic downtown shopping and dining district, celebrates the holiday season with its 44th annual “Christmas on Third,” a month-long calendar of events for all ages. Christmas on Third kicks off on Monday, November 22 with the Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6:00pm in the courtyard in front of Tony’s Off Third followed by a Naples “snowfall” at 6:20pm and again at 8:00pm.  Visitors may spend the evening strolling along the street and avenues enjoying live musical performances, viewing decorated storefront windows and Art of the Red Kettle displays from Salvation Army, and taking photos with Santa Claus. Restaurants and shops will be open for dining and shopping, with dining reservations highly recommended.  A 7:00pm snowfall will continue nightly during Thanksgiving week, excluding Thanksgiving night November 25.

Tween Waters Tree Lighting

November 26th | 5-9pm

Tween Waters Tree Lighting

More than 200,000-holiday lights in musical synchronicity at 'Tween Waters Island Resort & Spa on Captiva Island. 

The colorful lighting of a majestic, 30-foot Christmas tree at the threshold to the Gulf of Mexico. Live holiday music. Spectacular fireworks show on the beach. Laser lights. Even real snow falling from the palm trees. 

All attended by a thousand or more holiday-loving folks — grandparents, parents, children and grandkids. And get this: it’s all yours to enjoy free. 

It’s the annual ‘Tween Waters Island Resort & Spa Tree Lighting Celebration when the Official Beach Resort of Captiva Island — and its parent corporation, Sanibel Captiva Beach Resorts — extends a hearty and heartfelt thank you to all of our guests, past and present, local and from around the world.

Free admission and open to the public

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