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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Mini Readings – 5:30-8:30pm. With Candyce Straf- ford. $20. Daniela’s Restaurant, 13500 Tamiami Trl N, Naples. RSVP: 514-4414.


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3


Childbirth Education Series – 6:30-8:30pm. Five- week series begins. Learn about stages of labor, pain coping practices, moving beyond birth worries and more. Breastfeeding class included. The Family Birth Center of Naples, 2930 Immokalee Rd, Ste 2, Naples. 594-0400. Register: FBCNaples@gmail.com.


Complimentary Meditation – 7-8pm. With Jen- nifer Stevens, RYT. Explore new ways to begin or deepen your practice in a supportive and relaxed environment. Free. Bala Vinyasa Yoga, 6200 Trail Blvd, Naples. Register: 598-1938. BVYoga.com.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5


Oxbow Kayak Clinic – 9-11am. Learn the basic techniques of paddling. All ages and abilities. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. BYO drink, sunscreen, binoculars, clothing and shoes that can get wet. $25 includes equip- ment. Caloosahatchee Regional Park, campground entrance, 19130 N River Rd, Alva. 694-0398. LeeParks.org.


New Moon Sacred Sound Intention Evocation – 4:30pm. With Dana House. Align with the still small voice within that opens through the portal of the sacred sounds of the empowering gongs and blissful bowls. Evoke divine will for manifested transformation per- sonally and planetary. Bring pillow, blanket and mat. Suggested $15 love offering. Light the Way Spiritual Center, 5600 Trail Blvd, Ste 15, Naples. RSVP: 571- 5234. QuantumHealing-SacredSound.com.


Guided Meditation – 7pm. Relax and get rid of ten- sion and stress with a guided meditation. The group will decide which ones we use. Free. The Labyrinth, 12995 S Cleveland Ave, Ste 108, Ft Myers. 939-2769.


New Moon Celebration – 7pm. With Cathy Blair. Set an intention for a new personal image of oneself. Envision for self, Mother Earth and all of human- ity. Let the singing bowls carry requests up into the Universe. Bring beach chair and blanket. $20. The Salt Cave, 4962 Tamiami Tr N, Naples. 403-9170.


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6


Bird Beaches and Mangrove Creeks Kayak Tour – 10am-2pm. A protected wild area of shallow wa- ters, lots of birds and a variety of other creatures, including dolphins and manatees. $50 per person includes all equipment and a FL master naturalist guide. At Bunche Beach and San Carlos Bay with GAEA Guides. RSVP required: 694-5513.


Reiki Circle & Crystal Bowl Meditation – 6:30- 8pm. Receive a mini Reiki session or just relax and enjoy the crystal bowl meditation. $10 requested donation. Happehatchee Center, Estero. Sue Lovett: 617-921-1037. Happehatchee.org.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7


Medical QiGong Seminar – Sept 7-8. With Dr Isaac Goren, Mac, DMQ. Daoist 5-element theory, ener- getic embryology; purgation/tonification/regulation


techniques. Meditation and exercises to strengthen immune system, relieve pain and release emotions. $235 before Sep 3. 18 FL CEUs, Nurses, LMHC, LMT. Eyes Wide Open Center, 9200 Bonita Beach Rd, Ste 202, Bonita. Preregister: 948-9444. Eyes- WideOpenC.com. See news brief, page 9.


Bija Yoga Open House and Showcase – Sept 7-8. 8am-4pm. A weekend of unique classes with diverse teaching staff. Discover new styles and techniques as you explore the practice of yoga. $1 classes with proceeds benefiting Animal Rescue. Raffle for private lessons, healings, Thai massage and class cards. Bija Yoga, 1250 Tamiami Trail N, Ste 205, Naples. Schedule: BijaYogaNaples.com.


Guided Nature Walk – 9-11am. With park staff. Limit of 25 participants able to walk approximately one-and-a-half miles. Dress appropriately and bring a water bottle. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Caloosahatchee Regional Park, main entrance, 18500 N River Rd, Alva. 694-0398. LeeParks.org.


Youth Reading Event – 10am-12pm. Hear inspir- ing pro-wildlife messages as park rangers read from Monarch and Milkweed, by Helen Frost and Leonid Gore, take attendees on a guided nature walk and then help them create art pieces to take home. For kids ages 4-12. Lover’s Key State Park, 8700 Estero Blvd, Ft Myers. Info/register: 463-4588.


Really, Really Free Market – 10am-2pm. Potluck of reusable items. No money, barter or trade; every- thing is free. Fleischmann Park, Naples. NaplesReal- lyReallyFree.WikiSpaces.com.


Live Blood Cell Analysis – 10am-4pm. Dr Robert Murdock will check the condition of your red and white blood cells, the activity of your white blood cells, results of toxicity, the presence of fungus and many other findings. $45, regularly $85. The Skinny Pantry, 14261 S Tamiami Trl, Ste 17, Ft Myers. RSVP: Terry Foster: 935-5093. TheSkinnyPantry.com.


Mini Readings – 1-9pm. With Candyce Strafford. $20. Petunias, 825 Fifth Ave S, Naples. RSVP: 403-3550.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8


ECK Worship Service – 11am. Topic: Discover How to Master Your Spiritual Destiny. SW Florida Eckankar Center, 16387 S Tamiami Trl, Ste H, 2nd floor, Ft Myers. 482-4034.


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9


Essential Oils Class – 6:30pm. Learn how you can help your children naturally and side effect-free with es- sential oils. Free. Alternative Natural Healthcare, 16517 Vanderbilt Dr, Ste 3, Bonita Springs. RSVP: 947-6234.


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10


Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG SWF) – 6-7:30pm. Providing support to persons with gluten intolerances, including celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and other gluten sensitivities, in order to live healthy lives. Free. The Skinny Pantry, 14261 S Tamiami Trl,


Ste 17, Ft Myers. Terry Foster: 935-5093. TheSkinnyPantry.com.


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Preschool Program: Wet Walk – 10-11:30am. Includes a story, fun lesson, hike, game and craft. Ages 3-6. $5.


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