Hurry, hurry! The CREW Concert & Silent Eco-Auction is just days away, and you can save a few bucks by buying your tickets online ahead of time! That way, you’ll have more dollars in your pocket for buying some tasty food, great beer and wine, or bidding on those oh-so-fabulous airplane rides, swamp buggy tours and 42 other one-of-a-kind silent auction items.
Gates open at 5:00 PM at Riverside Park on Old 41 in Bonita Springs.
Music by Chain Reaction (a Journey tribute band) and The Sarah Hadeka Band.
This year’s special Valentine’s Eve Concert also features:
Roses for your love
A romantic “Sarah-nade” by Sarah Hadeka for one lucky couple
A kid-friendly area where children will be able to make and take Valentine-themed arts and crafts
Join CREW on “Saturday Oct. 24 at Riverside Park in the historic, downtown district of Bonita Springs on Old U.S. 41 and Pennsylvania Avenue. Hosted by the City of Bonita Springs, the event will include live entertainment, a cornhole tournament, hayrides, a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, and the popular fish fry. Festivities also include the traditional Imperial River Challenge featuring canoe and kayak races, pumpkin decorating contest, and the children’s rubber duck race. Kids will enjoy the petting zoo, pony rides, and to pick their very own pumpkin from a pumpkin patch after a free hayride!
Admission to Riverfest is free to the entire community. Food and beverages will be available for purchase with proceeds donated to local area charities.
In keeping with RiverFest’s mission of eco-tourism and sustainability, local vendors will provide displays and demonstrations geared toward the environment. Water safety demonstrations will also be offered. Proceeds from RiverFest will benefit the Waterways Conservation Fund, Bonita Assistance Office and Bonita Nature Place
To register for the Imperial River Challenge, order tickets for the fish fry or for more information about RiverFest, contact the City of Bonita Springs 239.949.6262 or visit www.CityofBonitaSprings.org. ”