2019 Holiday happenings in Naples, Florida

2019 Holiday happenings in Naples, Florida

It’s December! Which means that holiday themed events will be bringing great entertainment and outdoor activities throughout the month to the beautiful people of our city by the gulf, Naples.

For you, here’s a list with a few scheduled events that will draw most of the city’s attention during these next four weeks. We hope you like it! Feel free to suggest any event you’d like to be included here for the enjoyment of our readers writing to carolyn@carolyn.propeties →
We suggest to confirm with the organizers of these events as they may change.

December 4 — Mercato’s Winterlude: Tree Lighting Ceremony and Festival →

This event is packed with holiday flair! An event for everybody, it will start at 5:00 PM. This Mercato party will be featuring The World’s Tallest Elf, musicians and dancers performances, face painters, an open and safe space to walk with kids or friends, or just enjoy yourself.

A number of stores will offer complimentary treats including Lu Lu Belle Children’s Boutique which will let you take your photo with the Grinch and write your letter to Santa Claus. There will be tents at the block party for “complimentary hot cocoa, candy canes and more.”

The tree lighting will start at approximately 6:45 PM. More info clicking the link above.

December 5 — Live Music and Snow on Third Street South →

Every Thursday from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, one of the most visited streets of our city will offer live music and snow. A rotating schedule of musicians—two during every date—will be offering their talents at the Fleischmann Courtyard and in front of Bad Ass Coffee Company. The snow will be start filling the street at 7PM.

This event will be offered every Thursday throughout December. Check the link above for more information.

December 2019 — Night Lights in the Naples Botanical Garden

They put it in the best way: “What better way to celebrate winter in the tropics than with an annual lighted extravaganza awash in color?”

This annual event is a favorite of ours. The Naples Botanical Garden transforms the garden into a fantastic light-colored environment that awes you at every corner. Additionally, musicians will be filling the ambiance with their sounds and styles. The almost-daily shows run from 6 to 9 pm. Members enjoy discounted tickets while general public entrance tickets are $25 for adults and $12 for kids older than 3. Find full schedule and complete info on the link above.

December 6 and 7 — Fifth Avenue South’s 46th Annual Christmas Walk and Tree Lighting Ceremony →

Fifth Avenue South is arguably the most visited street in our city and during December events it becomes a smorgasbord of street activity. This year is a two-day event that promises to be an event for the memories. The main event will be the Christmas Tree lit with the city’s Mayor Barnett and other personalities at approximately 6 pm. on Friday, December 6, followed by the Santa’s arrival.

Their event page also mentions a “live Nativity scene, with world renowned operatic tenor GHALEB, ice skating” plus a new culinary tradition: on-street Long Table dining with 11 of 5th Avenue South’s finest restaurants participating.

This is a massive street event, so come prepared! For full information visit their event page at the link above.

December 6 — CMON’s Jingle Bell Bash →

This paid admission event organized by the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is kicking off the holiday season with their 3rd annual Jingle Bell Bash.

Their website describe this event as “Friends from around the community will join us for an evening of winter fun, a tree lighting ceremony, snacks, and appearances by Santa and Mrs. Claus all night long.”

For detailed information and tickets visit their link above.

December 31— Naples New Year’s Eve Fireworks at the Naples Pier →

Promoted by the city government, this is a festive tradition bringing thousands of people that pack our beautiful shores, while hundreds of boats anchor close by to admire the majestic fireworks by the Naples Pier. The actual fireworks launching place was moved to a sea platform close to the popular fishing pier due to safety concerns.

This is a family oriented event where people of all ages, locals and visitors, attend in masse. Be ready to find a parking spot, and to spend a not-too-short time getting out of downtown due to the traffic afterward.

But do not fear: The spectacle is mind-blowing if you are into fireworks shows. The fireworks will start approximately at 7:00 pm and lasts about half an hour.

The city’s website just provides a phone number for more information, (239) 213 7120.

Is this interesting to you? We are very excited about all the diverse entertainment available in our marvelous city. Want to know more about our city’s real estate properties? Give me a call!

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