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Full gallery »Your Photos: Grapes and Apes

  • Linda and Steve D'Onofrio with Collen Terrence attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Collen is holding a yellow rat snake. Submitted by Bob Holmes
  • Jerry Schroder and Lori Gaylord attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Submitted by Bob Holmes
  • Diana Maple, Judi Mickael, Kathy and Tom Bell attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Submitted by Bob Holmes
  • John Graham, Carol Pier, Elle Young and Joe Osment attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Submitted by Bob Holmes
  • Stacy Hodge and Lisa Penzo attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Submitted by Bob Holmes
  • Kim Chappell and Treacy Raskin attended the Rotary Club of Naplesâ’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. Submitted by Bob Holmes

About 1,200 guests attended the Rotary Club of Naples’ fundraiser Grapes and Apes on March 22 at the Naples Zoo. This year’s Grapes and Apes wine list included Ferrari Carano Fume Blanc, Meiomi Pinot Noir and Dreaming Tree Meritage. For more information, go to www.grapesandapes.com.


Full gallery »Chick-fil-A Daddy Daughter Date Night

  • Joe Stahl with daughters Natalie and Emily having a little fun with a photo op during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.
  • Scott and Olivia McConnelee patiently await their turn for the horse and carriage ride during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.
  • David and Mary Kate Masterson enjoy their special time together during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.
  • Joe and Lauryn Mikueski, prepare to enjoy a special meal during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.
  • Cici and Isabella Scrivner, cuddle up to Chick-fil-A Kid Cow during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.
  • Jesus Noguerra and Victoria pose in front of the Eiffel Tower during the Chick-fil-A 'Daddy-Daughter Date Night', held at the Chick-fil-A in Naples, Saturday, February 22.   John M. Wissocki \ Citizen Correspondent.

Fathers and daughters received the royal treatment at Chick-fil-A's Daddy-Daughter Date Night on Saturday in Naples. The evening was themed "Evening in Paris."


Full gallery »Caribbean art show on Bayshore

  • David Beaubrun and Jean Dornevil sharing their different styles.
  • Painting by David Beaubrun with strong details and, color and lighting.
  • Dr. Florentino and the artist Sundance with one of the artist's paintings.
  • David Beaubrun sharing the story behind one of his newer paintings with a guest.
  • Featured Artist David Beaubrun and Jean Dornevil judges the paintings from Gulf Coast Charter, Avalon and Shadowlawn Elementary.
  • There was music as well as art at the show.

Students and two artists who worked with them to teach them the colorful stiles of Caribbean art showed their works Saturday at the gallery room in the building that is home to Bayshore Cultural and Performing Arts at 4069 Bayshore Drive Naples,on Saturday, Feb. 1. The crowd enjoyed talking with artists, young and adult, at the open house. The students were being taught through the Bayshore Education Center, directed by Matt Paul.


Full gallery »Snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay

  • Emily Graeve, left, Andrea DeLadurantey and Annabelle Graeve during the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.
  • Children of all ages joyfully participated in the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.
  • Hadley Potter, 1, seemed baffled by the size of this Christmas ball during the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.
  • Children were mesmerized by the story telling of Mrs. Clause during the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.
  • The Naples Carolers get a little assistance from Bella and Catherine Griffin during the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.
  • Bella, left, and Catherine Griffin had their wish come true as they sat on Santa's lap during the festive snow show at The Village on Venetian Bay in Naples, Saturday December 21.   John M. Wissocki / Collier Citizen Correspondent.


Full gallery »GoShots: Humane Society Naples fashion show

  • Colleen Kvetko, longtime Humane Society supporter, and her own Olivia, decked out in glad rags for the show and dinner.
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Lisa Meyers and Bohdi show some careful coordination between their outfits at the Humane Society tea.
  • Allan Scott and Mojo model a blue poncho with backpack.
  • Riva Bradford gets to know Stanley, snuggled up in a colorful canine version of a Hawaiian shirt.
  • Colleen Schaefer escorts Winston in his Nordic ski sweater.
  • Linda Malone and Pancho.

Animals were the stars in the Humane Society Naples’ “A Passport to Paris” fashion show that displayed little Nordic sweaters for the fur-challenged, Hawaiian shirts, bowties and sportif wear — largely for canines, who loved the attention. The runway show also included human models with current couture to ooh and awe over.


Full gallery »Artis—Naples celebrates 25 years

  • The magic of technology allowed it to snow inside Hayes Hall. Disappearing flakes showered around guests as they entered. Here Ralph and Shelly Stayer admire the blizzard as they enter Hayes Hall for dinner.
  • An Artis employee helps a couple learn the bidding system for the silent auction. Attendees received a cellphone text with a link to the site, where they could add bids, ask for notification when someone outbid them and more.
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The lobby area of Artis—Naples was dedicated to the “Fire” of its “Fire and Ice” 25th-anniversary celebration, with a golden glow over drink and hors d’oeuvres tables and a room devoted to silent-auction items heavily dedicated to experiences.
  • Greeters holding fiery batons offered a literal warm welcome to the anniversary celebration for Artis—Naples.
  • In the “Ice” portion of the anniversary celebration, guests dined under suspended wire-form icicles and sprays of white phalaenopsis and dendrobium orchids, accented with blue LED lights inside glass vases created by Terry Edwards and Posh Petals.
  • An after-party with dancing and boxed candies made the evening celebration complete.


Full gallery »Christmas Pet Parade, Marco Island, 2013

  • Pam Campbell's Kato, a Japanese Chin, and Barb Dasti's Barney are happy campers - and they match. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Bali, a golden/lab mix who came with Brenda Kennedy, won first prize. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Lee Rubenstein and his dog resemble Jack Sprat and his wife. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Each dog got a turn on the 'catwalk' before the judges made their decisions. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Each dog got a turn on the 'catwalk' before the judges made their decisions. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Clyde, a West Highlands terrier, is escorted by Jean Beebe. The dogs got their chance to dress up in Christmas finery at the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade, Tuesday evening at the Esplanade. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

Christmas has gone to the dogs. And the dogs have gone strolling down the “catwalk.” Over 75 costumed canines took their turn on the red carpet Tuesday evening, during the Christmas Island Style Canine Christmas Parade at the Esplanade. The official judges, Wanda Day, Nellie Adams, and Neil Snyder, sat with notepads and wine glasses at hand, as emcee Stan Niemczyk called out the entrants and event organizer Wayne Purvis plus hundreds of spectators gathered round.


Full gallery »Marco Island tree lighting, 2013

  • Dancers from the Island Dance Academy light up the stage. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • The New Life Choir sings the Hallelujah Chorus. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Wanda Day was responsible for the lavishly decorated tree and the entertainment. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • As the countdown reaches zero, the switch is flipped and the tree is illuminated. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Isabella Oliver, 5, and Amelia Skender, 4, with the tree. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Lee and Dottie Henderson, Marian Cassidy. Marco Islanders thronged to Veterans' Community Park Saturday evening for the Christmas Island Style ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

Marco Island made it official Saturday evening. A crowd filled Veterans’ Community Park on a beautiful night, chowing down with friends and families at some football-style tailgate parties, took in some homegrown entertainment at the Christmas Island Style Tree Lighting Ceremony and then counted down as the switch was flipped on the tree.


Full gallery »Go Shots: Annual Menorah Lighting at Coconut Point

  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: Steve Levitan handled the lighting of the menorah marking the first day of Chanakuh.  Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: The menorah at Coconut Point.  The Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: As usual a good crowd from near and far was in attendance.  The Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: Families also had the opportunity to pick up a menorah and candles.  The Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: In addition to traditional treats attendees also got a look at the latest Jewish Perspective from the Chabad of Bonita Springs, Estero & FGCU.  The Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.
  • November 27, 2013 Menorah Lighting: Young students put on a puppet show describing the story of Chanukuh.  The Menorah Lighting is an annual event at Coconut Point Mall recognizing the start of Chanukuh.  Photo by Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.

As usual the event was attended by families from near and far. The menorah lighting marks the first day of Chanukuh and is accompanied by live music, a childrens' play and of course traditional Jewish foods- all enjoyed by the crowd. Rabbi Mendy Greenberg handled the festivities greeting the crowd, thanking local law enforcement and leaders from the community & FGCU. Gordon Campbell/Special to the Daily News.


Full gallery »GoShots: MICMS Boogie and Blues

  • Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent (6)
Ethan Dorestin of the Starz takes a solo. Supporters of Marco Island Charter Middle School packed the Hilton ballroom for “Boogie and Blues,” performed by the school’s students, on Saturday evening.
  • Michelle Jordan and Terese Glaser. Supporters of Marco Island Charter Middle School packed the Hilton ballroom for 'Boogie and Blues,' performed by the school's students, on Saturday evening. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Electric slide! Ladies including Lisa Lindsay get up on the dance floor.
  • Left: Hilton general manager Mac Chaudhry, Joan Pernice, MICMS principal George Abounader, Allyson Richards.
  • Band Director Martha Miller and the MICMS Jazz Band take a bow.
  • Colleen and Chuck Bingle. Supporters of Marco Island Charter Middle School packed the Hilton ballroom for 'Boogie and Blues,' performed by the school's students, on Saturday evening. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent


Full gallery »MIYC Shore Party

  • A succulent buffet style dinner was served during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.
  • Lois Dixon, Race Co-Chair and Chuck Downton, Race Co-Chair, celebrate a fantastic turnout during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.
  • Bob Defeo, Vice Commodore, with Avows Kimberly Gorniak during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.
  • Teresa and Annabel Doane, 7, try to decide which silent auction items to bid on during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.
  • Carol Meles, left, and Carol Gore head up to the buffet during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.
  • Steve and Cindy Romaine place a bid on a Christmas theme gift basket during the 9th annual Avow Hospice Regatta Shore Party & Awards Ceremony, held at the Marco Island Yacht Club, Sunday November 17, 2013.  John M. Wissocki / Marco Eagle Correspondent.


Full gallery »Arturo's After Five

  • November’s Chamber After Five event marked a return to Arturo’s Wednesday evening, featuring the lighting of the big outside Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
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Katherine O’Hara, of the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce, is caught in the light of the Christmas tree Wednesday outside Arturo’s. November’s Chamber After Five event marked a return to the Italian restaurant and featured the ceremonial lighting of the tree.
  • Eden Looney. November's Chamber After Five event marked a return to Arturo's Wednesday evening, featuring the lighting of the big outside Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Bill Filbin and Dottie Weiner. November's Chamber After Five event marked a return to Arturo's Wednesday evening, featuring the lighting of the big outside Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Alessandra, Celina and Clara Alber. November's Chamber After Five event marked a return to Arturo's Wednesday evening, featuring the lighting of the big outside Christmas tree. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Above: Father Russell Ruggiero, of San Marco Catholic Church, reads the blessing of the tree with a little help from sisters Celina and Alessandra Albers. Top right: Barbara Prigge and County Commissioner Donna Fiala attended the After Five event at Arturo’s. Bottom right: Arturo Perez smiles with grandsons Edgar, 7, and Joaquin Perez, 4.

Arturo's After Five.


Full gallery »GoShots: Women's Legacy Fund Fall Luncheon

  • Meg Geltner and Cheryl Komnick
  • Rachel Rubinski, Dena Geraghty, Kitty Green, Dolly Farrell and Meg Geltner
  • Pam Nulman and Bonnie Olson
  • Dena Gerahty, Jane de Lisser and Tara Molloy


Full gallery »GoShots: Speakers Assembly New Member Reception

  • Howard Edison, Mel Pelletz
  • Kathy Ardito, Trish Leonard

A new member development reception was held on Oct. 23, 2013, at The Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs to introduce guests to the Speakers Assembly of Southwest Florida and the 2013-2014 season lineup of speakers. The Speakers Assembly of Southwest Florida offers eight events, between November and April, at various locations in Southwest Florida. For more information, please call 239-948-7909 or visit www.SpeakersAssembly.com.


Full gallery »GoShots: Goodwill Jingle Mingle

  • Charissa and Robyn
  • Tracy Wilson&Rob(ROB?)
  • Cheryl Honc and Ellie

Goodwill hosted its Jingle Mingle on Sept. 24, 2013, at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center in Fort Myers. Jingle Mingle is a “thank you” reception for the tree designers and sponsors of the Festival of Trees. Festival of Trees opens at at the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center on Nov. 29 and ends Dec. 6. The Festival is the signature event of The Southwest Florida Goodwill Foundation. Information: www.tuxandtrees.com.


Full gallery »GoShots: Junior League of Fort Myers party

  • Shavon Chester, Junior League; Laura Allard, Big Brothers Big Sisters; Anita Duenas, Junior League
  • Micheal Hemphill
  • Jacobi Bain; Holly Rousseau, Junior League; Jalane Williams

The Junior League of Fort Myers sponsored a party at Zoomers Amusement Park in Fort Myers, the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 for children on the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast mentor waiting list. Each child received free rides at Zoomers, lunch, a new pair of shoes for school, school supplies, and other gifts and prizes.


Full gallery »Marco Home Show

  • Bonnie Renda and Pat Walsh try out a Serta Perfect Sleeper mattress. Over two hundred people came to the second annual Home Show at the Marriott, put on by the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoon. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Phil Robison preaches the gospel of Murphy Beds. Over two hundred people came to the second annual Home Show at the Marriott, put on by the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoon. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Supervisor of Elections Jennifer Edwards, left, talks to Ginny Bauersfeld. Over two hundred people came to the second annual Home Show at the Marriott, put on by the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoon. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Barbara Warner reminds husband Jack Warner to eat his vegetables. Over two hundred people came to the second annual Home Show at the Marriott, put on by the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoon. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Alex Parker and Shannon Hill of AP Builders go over cabinet selections. at the Marco Island Area Home Show on Thursday at the Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort & Spa.
  • Kody Wilson, left, talks with the crew at Andrew Hunter Homes. Over two hundred people came to the second annual Home Show at the Marriott, put on by the Marco Island Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoon. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

The Marco Island Marriott Beach Resort & Spa hosted the annual Marco Island Home Show.


Full gallery »Hats in the Garden 2013

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Elanore Egerton of Naples is seen through her veiled hat Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.
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Donna Voss, left, and friend Jackie Clarke, both of Naples and Chicago look on as a model walks past Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.
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A rubber frog, 'Freddy' is seen perched on the hat of Heidi Mangel of Chicago Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Mangel said she and her husband made it together after two hours and shipped the hat for the event. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.
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Elizabeth Star, left, smiles while watching a fashion show next to Robin Stranahan Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.
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Heather Dockweiler, left, receives a wardrobe adjustment from mom, Simone Lutgert both of Naples Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.
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Melanie Wasmer, center left, of Naples, talks with Susi Holy of Munich, Germany, left, next to Julie Hussey of Naples Nov. 13, 2013 at the Naples Botanical Garden. Hundreds came out to support the 10th Annual Hats in the Garden event. The event features friends, fashion, food, and fundraising. It's the biggest money-raising events in Naples, kicking off the social season. Last year the event netted $400,000. Participants enjoyed parading hats, mingling, lunch, a fashion show, jewelry and concluded with a free potted amaryllis to take home.


Full gallery »Your GoShots: Scout Guide Naples party

  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors.
  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors.
  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors. The evening featured food from Carolina Catering, wine by Bleu Provence, and flowers by 50-Fifty.
  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors.
  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors.
  • Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors.

Scenes from the Scout Guide Naples party on Nov. 5, 2013. The party was hosted at Dagi Place by Judith Liegeois Designs and Jett Thompson Antiques & Interiors. Have GoShots you want to share with Inthe239? Upload them at participate.naplesnews.com


Full gallery »GoShots: Farruko at Dimension Nightclub

  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Scenes from the Farruko concert at Dimension Night Club. The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado was in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Puerto Rican reggaetone singer Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, better known by his stage name Farruko, performs at the Dimension Night Club in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Scenes from the Farruko concert at Dimension Night Club. The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado was in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Scenes from the Farruko concert at Dimension Night Club. The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado was in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Farruko performs at Dimension Night Club. Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado was in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
  • Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado, mejor conocido por su nombre artístico Farruko, cantante de reggaetone, llega de Puerto Rico y presenta su repertorio en Dimension Night Club, East Naples, el sábado 2 de noviembre de 2013.
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Reggaetone singer Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado better known as Farruko, performs at the Dimension Night Club in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.

Scenes from the Farruko concert at Dimension Night Club. The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado was in East Naples on Saturday, November 2, 2013.



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