Events and Sacred Wedding Spaces in Nature
With fall and the end-of-year holidays approaching, the natural surroundings of the Happehatchee Center, in Estero, offer a suitable location for family and social special events, including wedding ceremonies, receptions, life celebrations, birthday parties for all ages, engagement parties, bridal showers, baby showers and more.
Encompassing five-and-a-half acres of native Florida landscape, it houses the Happehatchee Historic House and the Peace Pavilion that are available for renting. The center also conducts classes, conferences, retreats and other events.
Location: 8791 Corkscrew Rd. For more information, call 239-992-5455 or visit Happehatchee.org.
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