Sunday, September 27, 2020

“Southwest Florida’s Hurricane History”

Collier County Museum: July 22

Southwest Florida has been hit by several damaging hurricanes over the years including Hurricane Donna in 1960. Learn more about these destructive forces of nature and how they have shaped local history. The presentation was organized by Naomi Goren, Curator of Education at the Collier County Museums. Admission is open to the public at no cost and reservations are required. For more information, please call (239) 252-8738.

About Collier County Museums: More than 10,000 years of Southwest Florida History is on display at Collier County Museums’ five locations – the main museum location in Naples, four additional museum facilities in Everglades City and Immokalee, the historic Naples Depot, a former train station and local favorite in the heart of downtown Naples, and the newly opened Marco Island Historical Museum. Admission to all the museums is free and the sites are handicapped accessible. For more information, visitwww.colliermuseums.com or call (239) 252-8476.

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