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NAPLES NEXT: Featured Dinner

Naples Next Ideas Festival

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth - Concert in Sugden Plaza - main act TBD

Fine Arts & Craft Show

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Naples Woman’s Club will hold its annual Flea Market - Postponed until Fall ‘20

Naples Downtown Art Show - CANCELLED

Naples Downtown Art Show - CANCELLED

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth - currently cancelled due to the COVID-19

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Naples National Art Show

FASBID District Meeting

CityFEST 2020

Evening on Fifth - currently cancelled due to the COVID-19

FASBID Property Owner Forum

Evening on Fifth - currently cancelled due to the COVID-19

Fourth of July Parade - CANCELLED

Fireworks at Naples Pier - CANCELLED

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth - CANCELLED

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Halloween on 5th Spooktacular - Event is cancelled. Online only.

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Holiday Artisan Marketplace

Paradise Coast Wine & Food Experience - CANCELLED

47th Annual Christmas Walk and Tree Lighting Ceremony

Art in the Park

Tuba Christmas - Event Cancelled

Evening on 5th Christmas

Gulfshore Playhouse - Little Women

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Evening on 5th Christmas

Gulfshore Playhouse - Ebenezer Junior

New Years Evening on 5th

Naples New Year's Art Show

Art in the Park (with NYAS)

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Evening on Fifth

Art in the Park

Ferrari Club of Naples Annual Cars on Fifth

Native Visions - Meet Renowned Guide Andrew Smith

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Naples National Art Festival

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Naples Downtown Art Show

Art in the Park

Evening on Fifth

Fine Arts & Craft Show

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

Evening on Fifth

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