ART after DARK

Christmas is on its way this month and is a time of the year when family and friends get together and share memories of days gone by. The days during the last few months have been challenging, at the very least, for many in Southwest Florida. A large number of people are still trying to make sense of their options. Many heartbreaking stories have surfaced as well  as stories to warm the heart and soul of our community. In Naples, a number of the stores and restaurants that were closed, have rebuilt and opened with some still working on details that could take a few more months.

The businesses in Crayton Cove feel blessed to have weathered the storm and are as close to “back to normal” as they can be. Napoli on the Bay, Chez Boët, Paws Pet Boutique, Bleu Provence, Random Acts of Art, Guess-Fisher Gallery, and Phil Fisher Gallery are glad to be some of those businesses that have come back! Just in time for the Christmas season, they welcome residents and seasonal residents to another year unlike any other. This month, the Phil Fisher Gallery will be hosting a show titled “Stocking Stuffers” which will feature small originals and prints of scenes of Naples that might make great gifts! Crayton Cove is located at the intersection of 8th St. S. and 12th Ave. S. at the flagpole by the Naples Bay and the Naples City Dock.

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