SWFL fundraisers just got a lot more fun! With the launch of the brand new Wicked Walk and the return of Cooking for the Arts, fall fundraisers at SBDAC provide fun for the whole family. Learn more about the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center’s newest event, Wicked Walk, and check out what this year’s Cooking for the Arts has in store.
Wicked Walk Conjures Up Fun
On Friday, October 26th, learn more about Fort Myers’ history during a spooky tour of the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center! SBDAC and the Foundation for Lee County Schools have teamed up to bring this ghoulish event to downtown Fort Myers. Lee County schools have created interactive performances that feature some of Fort Myers most well known people of the past. Take a stroll with Mina Edison through her garden, hear stories from SWFL’s original pioneers, and experience a USO dance from the 40s. Tour times vary, so be sure to get tickets in advance!
Cooking for the Arts’ Interactive Dining
Now in its 5th year, Cooking for the Arts invites attendees to prepare a four-course meal with help from family and friends! Guided by Chefs Mike and Karen Gavala, Cooking for the Arts provides an interactive dining experience paired with fine cuisine. This year, enjoy the delicacies of Barcelona! Enjoy cocktails beginning at 6pm, and dinner at 7pm. In addition, take part in auctions throughout the night, offering private catered parties, lavish trips, and beautiful items. Don’t be surprised if this SWFL fundraiser sells out like it does every year! Get your tickets now.
There are many SWFL fundraisers to attend each season, but how many offer the interactive entertaining of Wicked Walk and Cooking for the Arts? Plus, these fundraisers benefit arts education programming for kids, teens, and young adults, like the Davis School of Music, and upcoming SBDAC summer and after school programming. This fall, take part in these exciting events that support SWFL youth!