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Shangri-La Springs to host Art & Nature Community Night “Branching Out” Jan. 9

Shangri-La Springs invites the community to experience its Art & Nature Community Night event, themed “Branching Out,” on Wednesday, Jan. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. The free community event will feature a variety of activities, live performances and presentations from local artists and musicians.

The “Branching Out” event will include a live piano performance by Mickey Basil in the Great House, as well as a community drum circle in the courtyard and complimentary massage treatments in the spa.  The featured artists for “Branching Out” include Andrew McClure, who artfully uses air plants and juxtaposing outdoor and repurposed elements to showcase the beauty of nature, and Rosemary Allen, a painter recognized for her works of art highlighting the unique landscape and wildlife she encounters. The event will also include sidewalk chalk art by Jane Portaluppi Durand, Hammered Dulcimer Performance by Debo and Paper Grotto Theatre by Lily Hatchett with live music by Kat Epple, as well as special visits from local circus performers including contortionists, human statues, stilt walkers and more.

In addition, guests can enjoy a delicious assortment of organic small plates for purchase in the courtyard, as well as organic beer and wine at the bar in the Great House.

For more information about the “Branching Out” Art & Nature Community Night, or to view a full schedule of the event’s programming, visit www.shangrilasprings.com/events/branching-out.asp  or call 239-949-0749.

About Shangri-La Springs

Built in 1921, Shangri-La Springs offers a variety of unique services including a stately property with an organic garden, organic restaurant, fitness studio, full-service organic spa, gift shop and event space. The property specializes in offering guests a nexus of beneficial practices, activities and engagement opportunities that include wellness classes, art shows and special programs. Additionally, Shangri-La Springs serves as an event space and wedding venue. The historic hotel rooms at Shangri-La Springs are currently undergoing renovation. The property’s restaurant is currently undergoing renovations and is slated to reopen in early 2019. While under renovation, catering is available upon request and for special events held on the property. Guests are invited to experience the organic garden, fitness studio, gift shop and the full-service organic spa, as well as tour the historic property. Enjoy a range of natural and organic treatments and products at the Spa at Shangri-La Springs including facials, massages, eucalyptus steam room, far infrared sauna and private garden lounge. Shangri-La Springs is located at 27750 Old 41 Road in Bonita Springs. For more information call 239-949-0749 or visit www.ShangriLaSprings.com.

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