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Naples Illustrated

Naples Illustrated July-August 2017

An expertly curated, luxuriously produced compendium of all things Naples, Naples Illustrated brings to life personalities and takes you inside the exclusive homes, parties and interests of the world’s most affluent and influential people.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
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midsummer muse

There are few things as restorative and rejuvenating as a change of scenery, whether that means getting away for a weekend in a neighboring city or a fullon road trip to a destination that will fill you with a healthy dose of summer inspiration. In this issue, our annual package of “Road Trip” stories focuses on vacation escapes for just about every interest imaginable. In Florida alone, we highlight unique resorts and experiences from Captiva Island to Islamorada, and from St. Augustine to a Wild West-inspired ranch. Just beyond our state lines, explore the natural jewel that is Cumberland Island. This barrier island in Georgia is renowned for its wild horses, as well as for its unspoiled wilderness and rich history. Farther north, discover Asheville’s Southern free spirit and revel in…

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in focus

NAPLES ILLUSTRATED WHAT: THE INAUGURAL RISING STARS CELEBRATION PRESENTED BY NAPLES ILLUSTRATED, IN ASSOCIATION WITH TESLA WHO: HONORING AMANDA BEIGHTS, SHANNA DAVIES, BRETT DIAMOND, JUAN DIAZ, AND ASHLEY LEIGH WHERE: TESLA, NAPLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF COLLIER COUNTY WHAT: YOUTH OF THE YEAR CELEBRATION WHO: SPECIAL GUEST AND NFL HALL OF FAMER ANDRE REED, HONORED YOUTHS, AND SUPPORTERS OF THE CLUB WHERE: ARTIS–NAPLES. THE EVENT WAS SPONSORED BY NAPLES ILLUSTRATED. See more of who's been out and about. CELEBRATING THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREATER NAPLES YMCA Visit “PARTIES” at naplesillustrated.com…

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calling all kids

CONTINUES 1 ANIMAL LOVERS: The Naples Zoo’s Summer Camp WILD offers weeklong, daily camp sessions from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from July 10-August 7. Camps are split into three age groups—Nature Cubs (5-6), Leapin’ Lemurs (7-9), and Cheetah Champs (10-12)—to enjoy daily animal encounters and behind-the-scenes tours. Each week’s activities focus on a new theme, such as Animal Careers for future veterinarians and zookeepers to learn about working at a zoo, and Travel Around the World for little adventurers to take a peek at animals from around the globe. (napleszoo.org/summercampwild) 2 YOUNG CREATIVES: At the Naples Art Association’s ARTScool program, kids ages 5-17 can learn a range of creative arts, with one-on-one instruction from accredited teachers. Sessions run through August 4 and feature activities including drawing, painting, clay hand-building, digital artwork,…

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trending now: brides & blooms

LARGER, LOOSER BOUQUETS FEATURING LOTS OF GREENERY. “For a while, bouquets and floral elements were tight, compact, and structured, and now we’re seeing a shift back to the big cascading bouquets that were popular 10 to 12 years ago,” says Richardson. Peonies, ranunculus, and tulips add depth and texture to the bouquets, which are enhanced by loose and organic elements with plenty of foliage. “Greenery is the Pantone color of the year, and people are including it in their weddings by bringing in hedges, boxwoods, garlands, and more,” she says. When planning a wedding, it’s no surprise that Naples’ beautiful beaches and stunning sunsets make it a popular destination to tie the knot. “We’re doing more and more destination weddings of people who have second homes in Naples who want to get…

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sharda spahr

Though originally from Manchester, England, Sharda Spahr moved to Naples with her family in 1972. In 2011, recognizing a growing younger demographic in Southwest Florida, she acquired Old Naples Surf Shop (oldnaplessurfshop.com) and expanded its offerings for surfers. “I wanted to run a local institution and bring it back to its roots, then build on that concept,” says Spahr. Located three blocks from the Naples Pier, the shop is known for its variety of surf, skim, and stand-up paddleboards, as well as gear and beach fashion. It also rents boards, and a team of instructors offers paddleboard lessons, skimboard clinics, fitness classes, and eco-tours. Here, Spahr offers tips for board sports enthusiasts. —Anna Bjorlin For Beginners If you’re just getting started in board sports, Spahr suggests skimboarding or stand-up paddleboarding. Choose a…

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well traveled