Naples photographer Dennis Goodman is the guest artist featured this month in the Pauline Reeves Gallery at the Museum of the Everglades. The title of his exhibit is “Flight of the Everglades” and will highlight many of the birds of our area. Dennis is originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, and moved to Naples in 1985 when he started pursuing his love for nature and taking photographs of the beauty in the Everglades. For more information about the photographer and his work, visit his website www.dennisgoodmanphotogra phy.com. A reception for Dennis, hosted by the Friends of the Museum of the Everglades, is scheduled for Saturday, April 9, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Don’t miss this beautiful exhibit when you come to Everglades City.
National Park Week is April 16-24. The Park Service is encouraging everyone to get out and discover something new about your parks and is focusing on “healthy parks, healthy people.” The entry fee will be waived during this time at all 364 national parks so if you’re traveling far or staying at home, take the opportunity to visit. For more information, see website www.nps.gov.
Congratulations to our Everglades City principal, Ms. Cherise Brummer who was selected by the Collier County School District to attend Harvard Summer Institute. She will study with the top minds of our country regarding administration and leadership in the public school setting. Ms. Brummer is among only 12 other principals in the district to be chosen. We are proud that she will represent Everglades City School and be able to study at this prestigious institution.
For more information about what’s happening in the Everglades City area, visit website www.evergladesmulletrap per.com.
Patricia Huff has lived in Everglades City for the past 16 years and is the Publisher of the local newspaper The Mullet Rapper.