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92 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2003 CALENDAR Children’s Science Center Holiday House Benefit (through Jan. 2), Aubuchon model home in Cape Coral, 239/997-0012 Carol Rosenberg Art Exhibition (through Jan. 3), Memorial Gallery, Alliance of the Arts, Ft. Myers, 239/939-2787 Second Annual Winter Art Camp for Kids Ages 7 to 14 (through Jan. 3), Cape Coral Arts Studio, Cape Coral, 239/574-0802 BIG/small Buy It Off The Wall (through Jan. 4), non-juried art show, BIG Arts, Sanibel, 239/395-0900 Here’s Love (through Jan. 4), Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, Ft. Myers, 239/278- 4422 Dobdinob (through Jan. 5), Cultural Park Theatre Company, Cape Coral, 239/772- 5862 43rd Annual Founders Juried Awards Exhibition (through Jan. 11), von Liebig Art Center, Naples, 239/262-6517 Wise Women (through Jan. 11), The Galleries at Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597- 1900 Picasso, Braque, and Leger (through Feb. 1), The Galleries at Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900 A Community of Artists: The Collection of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (through Feb. 2), The Galleries at Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900 Frankenthaler: The Woodcuts (through Mar. 23), The Galleries at Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900 january Charles Hawthorne’s Girl Sewing I is part of an exhibit at the Naples Philhar- monic Center for the Arts featuring works by Provincetown, Mass., artists.
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92 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2003

C A L E N D A R

Childrens Science Center Holiday HouseBenefit (through Jan. 2), Aubuchon modelhome in Cape Coral, 239/997-0012

Carol Rosenberg Art Exhibition (throughJan. 3), Memorial Gallery, Alliance of theArts, Ft. Myers, 239/939-2787

Second Annual Winter Art Camp for KidsAges 7 to 14 (through Jan. 3), Cape CoralArts Studio, Cape Coral, 239/574-0802

BIG/small Buy It Off The Wall (throughJan. 4), non-juried art show, BIG Arts,Sanibel, 239/395-0900

Heres Love (through Jan. 4), BroadwayPalm Dinner Theatre, Ft. Myers, 239/278-4422

Dobdinob (through Jan. 5), Cultural ParkTheatre Company, Cape Coral, 239/772-5862

43rd Annual Founders Juried AwardsExhibition (through Jan. 11), von LiebigArt Center, Naples, 239/262-6517

Wise Women (through Jan. 11), TheGalleries at Naples Philharmonic Centerfor the Arts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

Picasso, Braque, and Leger (through Feb.1), The Galleries at Naples PhilharmonicCenter for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or800/597-1900

A Community of Artists: The Collection

of the Provincetown Art Association andMuseum (through Feb. 2), The Galleriesat Naples Philharmonic Center for theArts, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

Frankenthaler: The Woodcuts (through Mar.23), The Galleries at Naples PhilharmonicCenter for the Arts, 239/597-1900 or800/597-1900

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Charles Hawthornes Girl Sewing I is part of an exhibit at the Naples Philhar-monic Center for the Arts featuring works by Provincetown, Mass., artists.

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Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall,

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2Ring in the New Year with Sandi Patty:

The Great American Songbook, repeat of

New Years celebration without recep-

tion, Naples Philharmonic Orchestra,

Philharmonic Center for the Arts,

Naples, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

3Bruce Tyler Hall Art Exhibition: Too

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3Meat Loaf, Barbara B. Mann Performing

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Ballet, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts

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4The Queen of Spades (through Jan. 5),

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7Rita Coolidge with Riders in the Sky,

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8Budapest Festival Orchestra, Philhar-

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9Annie Get Your Gun (through Feb. 22),

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9 The Last Train to Nibroc (through Jan.

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9 The American Landscape (through Jan.

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10Orchestral Colors (through Jan. 11), The

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10 Master Class (through Feb. 2), Florida

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11American Ballet Theater Studio

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11 Medieval Fair (through Jan. 12), Lakes

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11 18th Annual Cape Coral Festival of the

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11 Art League of Bonita Springs Juried

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12 Marvin Hamlisch, Philharmonic Center

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12 Sarasota Festival of Dollhouse

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13Noel Freidline Quintet, Naples Jazz

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14Jerry Hadley in Concert, Barbara B.

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14 Miami City Ballet: Some Balanchine

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16The Righteous Brothers, Barbara B.

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16 Dick Hyman and Friends: An Evening of

Mainstream Jazz, Philharmonic Center

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17Harry Belafonte, Philharmonic Center

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17 Swing! (through Jan. 19), Barbara B.

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17 I Hate Hamlet (through Feb. 2), Cultural

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18Bob Crosby Bob Cats, BIG Arts, Sanibel,

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18 Medieval Fair (through Jan. 19), Lakes

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18 Venetian Catholic Charities Ball, Sanibel

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18 Beaux Arts Black and White Ball, bene-

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18 Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Philhar-

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monic Center for the Arts, Naples,

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19 Jos Carreras, Philharmonic Center

for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or

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19 Naples Concert Band, Cambier Park,

Naples, 239/263-9521

20South African Safari Travelogue Film,

benefits Habitat for Humanity and

ECHO (Educational Concerns for

Hunger Organization), Broadway Palm

Theatre, Ft. Myers, 239/652-0434,

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20 Childhood Prolonged, Play Reading

Series, Florida Repertory Theatre, down-

town Ft. Myers, 239/332-4488 or

877/787-8053

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Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall,Ft. Myers, 239/481-4849

21 Fiesta in Naples (through Jan. 26), The

Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, Philhar-

monic Center for the Arts, Naples,

239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

23The Fantastiks (through Mar. 9), Off

Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, Ft.

Myers, 239/278-4422

23 G.E.M.S. Jewelry Auction, benefits The

Foundation for Lee County Public

Schools, Northern Trust bank, Ft. Myers,

239/337-0433

24Friday Fest Free Benefit Concert, The

Bell Tower Shops, U.S. 41 and Daniels

Parkway, Ft. Myers, 239/489-1221

25 The Four Freshmen, BIG Arts, Sanibel,

239/395-0900

25 46th Annual Thomas EdisonRegional Science & Inventors Fairs,Harborside Convention Center, down-

town Ft. Myers, 239/334-2999

25 The Americas: Magic Carpet Family

Concert Series, Gulf Coast Symphony,

Galloway Ford Showroom, Boy Scout

Drive, Ft. Myers, 239/472-6197

25 Eden Florida: Naples International Art

Fest (through Jan. 26), Fleischmann

Park, Naples, 239/437-5335

25 China Painting Show and Sale, Edison

Porcelain Painters of Ft. Myers, Hall of

Fifty States, Edwards Drive, Ft. Myers,

239/415-2484

week of jan. 26-feb. 126Old Marco Days Dinner, benefits the

Marco Island Historical Society, Olde

Marco Inn, Marco Island, 239/389-1572

27Jacques Thibaud String Trio with Tao Lin

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Bill Blauvelt, PresidentJim Stevens, Vice President

Office: 239-590-6230Fax: 239-590-6231

on Piano, BIG Arts, Sanibel, 239/395-0900

27 Tango Buenos Aires (through Jan. 28),

Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples,

239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

29Ben Vereen, Philharmonic Center for the

Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-

1900

30Jackie Mason, Barbara B. Mann Performing

Arts Hall, Ft. Myers, 239/481-4849

30 Glenn Miller Orchestra, Philharmonic

Center for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900

or 800/597-1900

31Edison Festival of Light Eighth Annual City

of Palms Block Party, downtown Ft. Myers,

239/334-2999

31 Myth & Mystery (through Feb. 1), The

Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra,

Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Ft.

Myers, 239/418-0996

31 The Old World Tradition (through Feb. 1),

The Naples Philharmonic Orchestra,

Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples,

239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

31 Proof (through Feb. 2), Philharmonic

Center for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900

or 800/597-1900

1Alisa Weilerstein on Cello, BIG Arts,

Sanibel, 239/395-0900

1 Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, Ander-

son Theater at Bishop Verot High School,

Ft. Myers, 239/274-6700

week of feb. 2-82Old Schoolhouse Theater Foundation

Annual Benefit, Old Schoolhouse Theater,

Sanibel, 239/472-6862

2Bluegrass Concert & Jam, Buckingham

Community Center, Buckingham,

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3China Travelogue Film, benefits

Habitat for Humanity and ECHO

(Educational Concerns for Hunger

Organization), Broadway Palm

Theatre, Ft. Myers, 239/652-0434,

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4The Full Monty (through Feb. 9),

Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts

Hall, Ft. Myers, 239/481-4849

4 The Little Engine That Could (through

Feb. 5), Philharmonic Center for

the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or

800/597-1900

4 Miami City Ballet: Tchaikovskys

Princes and Poets (through Feb. 5),

Philharmonic Center for the Arts,

Naples, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-

1900

5 The Guys (through Feb. 8), Florida

Repertory Theatre, downtown Ft.

Myers, 239/332-4488 or 877/787-

8053

5 National Invitational Print Show(through Feb. 28), non-juried art show,

BIG Arts, Sanibel, 239/395-0900

6 Tenor Simon ONeill, BIG Arts,

Sanibel, 239/395-0900

6 Denyce Graves with Warren Jones

on Piano, Philharmonic Center for

the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or

800/597-1900

6 The Play About the Baby (through Feb.

23), Theatre Conspiracy, Foulds

Theatre, Alliance of the Arts, Ft.

Myers, 239/936-3239

7 Southwest Florida Craft Guild Annual

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Cape Coral Arts Studio, 239/574-0802

7 Rodgers and Hammersteins Cinder-

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ella (through Feb. 9), Philharmonic

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8 Rotary Club Arts and Crafts Fair

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8 John Pizzarelli Trio, BIG Arts, Sanibel,

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8Reach for the Stars, annual fund-raiser

for the Childrens Center of the Islands,

The Dunes Golf & Tennis Club, Sanibel,

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week of feb. 9-159Edison Festival of Light Junior Run,

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9 Edison Festival of Light Parade and

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9 With Clarion Voice, Southwest

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9 Naples Concert Band, Cambier Park,

Naples, 239/263-9521

10 The Pirates of Penzance, Barbara B.

Mann Performing Arts Hall, Ft. Myers,

239/481-4849

10 Faith Prince, Philharmonic Center for

the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or

800/597-1900

11 Thomas Edisons Birthday Celebration,

Edison and Ford Winter Estates, Ft.

Myers, 239/332-6634

11Tosca, Russian State Opera, Philhar-

monic Center for the Arts, Naples,

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12Mrs. Edisons Hymn Sing, First Pres-

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12 Italian-American Music Festival,

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12 The Beauty Queen of Leenane (through

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13 The Magic of Mahler (through Feb. 16),

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14 Some Enchanted Evening (through Feb.

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14 Edison Festival of Lights Crafts on the

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14 The Boys Next Door (through Feb. 23),

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14 The Foreigner (through Mar. 9), Florida

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15 Gulf Coast Early Ford V-8 Antique Car

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15 Edison Festival of Light 5-Kilometer

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15 Edison Festival of Light Fireworks Show,

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16 Naples Concert Band, Mackle Park,

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17Presidents Day Open House ,

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17 Judy Collins in Concert, 2003

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17 Israel and the Holy Land Travelogue

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17 Dan McMillion Jazz Orchestra,

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17 Branford Marsalis, Philharmonic

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17 Kiss Me Kate (through Mar.29), The Naples

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19Xavier Cugat Orchestra Show, Phil-

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239/395-0900

20Tim Conway and Harvey Korman,

Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall,

Ft. Myers, 239/481-4849

20 Something Wonderful: Richard Rodgers

Centennial of Song, Philharmonic Center

for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-1900 or

800/597-1900

20 Fourth Annual Minnesota Twins Celeb-

rity Golf Classic, to benefit Lee Cancer

Care, Gateway Golf & Country Club, Ft.

Myers, 239/437-1840

21Annual BishopsAppeal Charity Ball, St.

Isabel Catholic Church Parish Hall,

Sanibel, 239/472-2763

21 A Night in Old Vienna, The Hungarian

National Philharmonic Orchestra, Bar-

bara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Ft.

Myers, 239/481-4849

21 The Peking Acrobats, Philharmonic

Center for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-

1900 or 800/597-1900

22

Kiwanis Club Spaghetti Dinner, Sanibel

The John Pizzarelli Trio will bring itsrenowned guitar and vocals perform-ance to BIG Arts on Sanibel Feb. 8.

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Island flavor. Island style.Island flavor. Island style.Island flavor. Island style.Buffets:Monday & Friday SeafoodExtravaganza - Featuringpeel-n-eat shrimp & snowcrab legsTuesday, Thursday & SaturdayIslands Best Prime Rib plusMongolian stir-fry with choice of meats, vegetablesand sauceWednesday (thru 8/14 only)All-American Family Food Fest- Fun food for the wholefamily, plus kidsentertainmentSunday Taste of Captiva - A delectable medley of seafood, beef and otherfavorites

472-7575for reservations

captivarestaurants.com

Located on beautifulCaptiva Island at the

entrance to South Seas Resort.

DINE IN AN AMBIANCEFASHIONED FROM

Mahogany&Candlelight.

For those who enjoy the very best in life,a dining experience you wont soon forget.

Prime Steaks Fine Wines

472-7535 Reservations recommended.Open nightly from 5:30-9:30 pm.

At the entrance to South Seas Resort, Captiva Island.

Community House, 239/472-053622

Tap Dancer Margaret Morrison, BIG

Arts, Sanibel, 239/395-0900

22

Cape Chorale Barbershop Harmony,

Anderson Theater at Bishop Verot High

School, Ft. Myers, 239/274-6700

22

Hungarian National Philharmonic,

Philharmonic Center for the Arts,

Naples, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

22

30th Annual ArtFEST Fort Myers

(through Feb. 23), Edwards Drive,

downtown Ft. Myers, 239/768-3602

22

Night at the Oscars, Gulf Coast

Symphony, Barbara B. Mann Perform-

ing Arts Hall, Ft. Myers, 239/472-6197

week of feb. 23-mar.823Dance Through the Ages, The Naples

Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonic

Center for the Arts, Naples, 239/597-

1900 or 800/597-1900

23 Il Trovatore, Teatro Lirico DEuropa,

Philharmonic Center for the Arts,

Naples, 239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

24Below the Waist/Cleaning Day, Play

Reading Series, Florida Repertory

Theatre, downtown Ft. Myers, 239/332-

4488 or 877/787-8053

25Aida (through Mar. 2), Barbara B. Mann

Performing Arts Hall, Ft. Myers,

239/481-4849

25A Trip to Austria (through Mar. 2), The

Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, Phil-

harmonic Center for the Arts, Naples,

239/597-1900 or 800/597-1900

27Solaris Wind Quartet, BIG Arts,

Sanibel, 239/395-0900

27 Kiss Me Kate (through Apr. 12), Broad-

way Palm Dinner Theatre, Ft. Myers,

239/278-4422

28Friday Fest Free Benefit Concert, The

Bell Tower Shops, U.S. 41 and Daniels

Parkway, Ft. Myers, 239/489-1221

1Hearts of Gold, 22nd Annual Lee

County Heart Ball, benefits the Amer-

ican Heart Association, Hyatt Regency

Coconut Point Resort & Spa, Bonita

Springs, 239/498-9288

8Starlight Gala, to benefit Lee Cancer

Care, South Seas Resort, Captiva,

239/437-1745 or 877/218-4929n


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