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Things to do: Client events in June 2024

normal is overrated

Every month, Priority Marketing’s clients and partners host a wide range of special events, seminars, workshops, activities and fundraising opportunities. Check out the list of client events in June 2024. Each of the events listed is open to the public; some are free events, while others require tickets or RSVPs.

Featured Events

Normal is Overrated 

Date: June 8 

Description: “Normal is Overrated” is a free community event designed to open doors to acceptance and inclusivity for Southwest Florida middle and high school students to talk about mental health. The student-created interactive, informative event shines a light on the mental and behavioral health struggles teens and young people face. 

This year’s program will include: 

  • Inspiring stories from local students with first-hand experience. 
  • Art therapy and interpretative dance. 
  • Opportunities to connect with mental health services and resources available in Southwest Florida. 

Normal is Overrated is presented by Kids’ Minds Matter and will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida SouthWestern State College, 8099 College Parkway, Fort Myers. 

LINK: Normal is Overrated 

Round Ups for Pediatric Health Care 

Looking to do a little shopping while supporting a good cause? Several businesses in Southwest Florida are raising money for Golisano Children’s Hospital through Children’s Miracle Network. 

Additional Client Events in June 2024

June 1 

Lee BIA Builders Care, in collaboration with the Lee Building Industry Association, is hosting the 17th annual Bricks & Sticks Fishing Tournament, which also includes a Captains Dinner and Cocktail Party preceding tournament day. 

LINK: Bricks & Sticks 

June 1 

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is hosting its ninth annual Wildlife Baby Shower, which encourages community members to drop off donations that are essential to patient care, including food, husbandry items and medical supplies. 

LINK: Wildlife Baby Shower 

June 1 

The LCEC United Way Golf Tournament, which benefits United Way of Lee, Hendry, and Glades, will be held at The Plantation Golf & Country Club in Fort Myers and feature lunch, a raffle and awards presentation after the tournament. 

LINK: United Way Golf Tournament 

June 5 

Women in Business, a committee of the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, hosting “Wine Pull at the Pool,” a fundraiser and networking program that offers participants an opportunity to select a mystery bottle of wine while sitting poolside, enjoying light refreshments and mingling with fellow community members. 

LINK: Women in Business 

June 6 

Storyteller and actress Nan Colton will present “Portrait Artist – Élisabeth Vigée-LeBrun” at Gulf Coast Village as part of the community’s Remarkable Women in History summer series. Current and prospective residents can enjoy the presentation, and guests can tour Gulf Coast Village’s model apartments and campus. 

LINK: Portrait Artist 

June 11 

The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s annual Nonprofit Expo is a luncheon event in which attendees will have opportunities to hear from local nonprofits about the work they do and the services they provide to the Southwest Florida community. 

LINK: Nonprofit Luncheon 

June 14 

The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels are inviting all superheroes to Hammond Stadium at the Lee Health Sports Complex for Marvel Defenders of the Diamond Night. Players will take the field in custom Marvel jerseys that will be auctioned for charity after the game. Marvel characters will make special appearances throughout the evening. 

LINK: Marvel Defenders of the Diamond 

June 14 

Senior Choice at Home will host a Dine and Discover event at Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant in Naples for seniors interested in aging at home. The event will include an informative presentation on the program, a complimentary lunch and a question-and-answer session for attendees. 

LINK: Dine and Discover 

June 15 

Lee County Black History Society’s annual Juneteenth Celebration at Roberto Clemente Park in Fort Myers will feature a range of activities, including live stage performances, bounce houses, food trucks, vendors, museum tours and live entertainment. 

LINK: Juneteenth Celebration 

June 15 

The annual Tommy Bohanon Foundation Youth Football Camp at North Fort Myers High School is a free clinic that allows student-athletes in first through eighth grades to expand their love and knowledge of football with the help of experienced football coaches who guide youth through NFL-style drills that lay a solid foundation for good sportsmanship. 

LINK: Youth Football Camp 

June 20 

The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce welcomes business leaders and community members to Business Unplugged, a casual networking event held in the evening where chamber members and guests can make connections to expand their business and professional outlook. 

LINK: Business Unplugged  

June 25 

Pace Center for Girls, Lee is hosting its annual FUNky Fashion Show, a fundraising event that features one-of-a-kind pieces made completely from recycled or repurposed items. 

LINK: FUNky Fashion Show 

June 25 

Leadership NEXT, a monthly program for adva+ncing business professionals in Southwest Florida, will host a session titled “How to make the most of your seat at the table” at Alliance for the Arts. 

LINK: Leadership NEXT 

June 26 

Better Together is offering a Church Partner Job Fair Training session in Cape Coral that introduces a comprehensive set of steps that church families can take to create job fairs in their communities. 

LINK: Job Fair Training 

June 27 

Business Before Breakfast, a monthly networking session with light refreshments and hot coffee, has a theme of “What you do early today can improve all your tomorrows.” The program includes a brief presentation by the event host. Early rising guests are encouraged to bring business cards. 

LINK: Business Before Breakfast 

June 27 

Better Together is partnering with Christ Community Church to host the Fort Myers Community Job Fair, which connects job seekers with local employers who are ready to hire. Free one-on-one job coaching sessions are available to job seekers to review resumes and enhance interviewing skills. 

LINK: Fort Myers Community Job Fair 

June 28 

The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels are recreating the old-fashioned summer carnival with games for the entire family and fan-favorite treats as Hammond Stadium at the Lee Health Sports Complex is transformed into a boardwalk wonderland. 

LINK: Carnival Night 

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