516 Cultural Park Blvd., Cape Coral, FL 33990, US
Welcome to the Cape Coral Art League

Join Our Art Classes & Community "Creativity Takes Courage" - Henri Matisse

Join Our Art Classes & Community "Creativity Takes Courage" - Henri Matisse

Join Our Art Classes & Community "Creativity Takes Courage" - Henri MatisseJoin Our Art Classes & Community "Creativity Takes Courage" - Henri Matisse


The Cape Coral Art League thanks our overall sponsors  for their contributions in making our league a success.



2411 Del Prado Boulevard

Cape Coral, Florida   33904



Steve Blair, President

1008 NE 7th Terrace

Cape Coral, Florida

239-458-9889 Office

239-872-9688 Steve


Email: ​paintinsteve@yahoo.com


1428 SW 18th Place

Cape Coral, Florida  33991




647 NE 25th Avenue, #B

Cape Coral, Florida  33909


CCAL Children's Sponsor

Linnea Doden


The Art Council of Southwest Florida (ACSWF)


The Art Council of SouthWest Florida (ACSWF) is dedicated to expanding the range of art appreciation and creative art  opportunities for the residents of south Florida and the many thousands of people from all over the world who visit here annually.

The council's major goals are threefold:

1)  the support of its member art studios and organizations (currently numbering 21) via their website and other publicity concerning their classes, workshops, exhibits and other creative activities;

2) the provision of quality exhibit and sales opportunities for the artists and craftspeople who are members of the Council's affiliate organizations;

3) and the provision of networking opportunities for sharing ideas concerning art appreciation, art education and art creation.  Besides hosting 2 major art exhibits (the Spring Art Show, the Winners' Circle Exhibit), the Art Council operates the co-operative Art Gallery at Coconut Point Mall in Estero, Florida.  This venue provides year-round exhibit and sales opportunities for the artists and craftspeople who are members of the council's affiliate organizations.  Because it is operated by the artists themselves, all as volunmteers, the gallery provides experience in the curating, marketing and sale of the visual arts. 

More information at:  www.acswf.org

Cape Coral Historical Society & Museum


The museum is operated by the Cape Coral Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) organization.  Its purpose is to preserve the life and times of Cape Coral.

The public is welcome to tour the museum! We accept walk-in groups as well as scheduled groups. Members tour for free!

We are supported by tour fees, donations, membership dues, and a grant from the City of Cape Coral.  The museum collaborates with the Master Gardeners and the Garden Club of Cape Coral, who manage our beautiful rose garden and our Florida-Friendly landscaping; and who offer special gardening tours and programs.

More information at:  www.capecoralhistoricalmuseum.org

Cultural Park Theatre - where Art meets Paradise


"We are a live theatre company that has stood the test of time.  Whether you are interested in performing or attending a performance, feel free to browse, call, or stop by for more information. Be on the lookout formaudition dates on our website and facebook page.

Our Broadway series flier can be sent to you if you call our box office 239-772-5862. If you have not yet done so we also encourage you to purchase tickets quickly for the best seating options. It is a great line-up with a variety of Musicals, Comedies, and Drama’s.  So, get ready for our jam-packed season".

Monday - Friday: 10:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
Performance weekends: 11:00 am. to 3:00 pm.

PHONE: (239) 772-5862
528 Cultural Park Boulevard
Cape Coral, FL 33990

More information at:  www.culturalparktheater.com.

Kiwanis Club Cape Coral


Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. There are more than 9,000 Kiwanis clubs in more than 80 nations, with nearly one third of a million Kiwanians of different cultures helping to improve peoples lives.

Kiwanians are engaged in a variety of professions; including bankers, lawyers, doctors, realtors, professors, clergy, law enforcers and so much more! They are young individuals embarking on careers, successful executives and active retirees.

At the Cape Coral Kiwanis  Foundation, our mission is helping children. Children at risk. Under served children. The children who need help most.  Working together with Kiwanis International, we serve the children of the world. The lion’s share of our work happens at the club level, as Kiwanis members raise funds to underwrite  foundation grants and improve our communities and the world.  We give youth scholarships. We support Kiwanis International’s Service Leadership Programs for youth.

Visit us at 652 Del Prado Blvd., Cape Coral, FL  33909  Call 239-542-2849 for more information.  Website at www.mycapecoralkiwanis.org

Friends of the Cape Coral Library


The Friends of the Cape Coral Library is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the resources and services of the library. The Friends raise funds for supporting programs and purchasing materials for the library that are not covered by the Lee County budget. As library advocates, our members speak out in support of local, state, and national libraries. 

The Friends of the Cape Coral library actively promote and support the library through programs and activities, including:

  • Book sales
  • Special fundraising events
  • Membership meetings devoted to topics of interest to library supporters
  • Guest author appearances that help to build interest in books and reading
  • Public programs that provide cultural enrichment for the community

921 SW 39th Terrace
Cape Coral, FL 33914

Monday-Wednesday (9 a.m.-8 p.m.)
Thursday (9 a.m.-6 p.m.)
Friday and Saturday (9 a.m.-5 p.m.)
Closed Sundays


Fine Art America


The World's Largest Art Marketplace and Print-On-Demand Technology Company

Fine Art America is the world's largest art marketplace and print-on-demand technology company.   We've been helping artists sell wall art, home decor, apparel, and other products since 2006 and are home to hundreds of thousands of artists, photographers, graphic designers, illustrators, and iconic brands.

With just a few clicks, artists and photographers can upload their images to FineArtAmerica.com, set their prices for hundreds of different print-on-demand products, and then instantly sell those products to a global audience of online, mobile, and real-world buyers.   Fine Art America fulfills each order on behalf of the artists - taking care of the printing, framing, matting, packaging, shipping, collecting payments from the buyers, and sending profits to the artists.   Each product is manufactured at one of our 14 global production facilities and delivered "ready-to-hang" with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

In addition to providing an online marketplace and fulfillment service, Fine Art America provides artists and photographers with sales and marketing tools to help simplify and accelerate their careers.   These tools allow artists to set up branded web stores, sell prints on Facebook, create e-newsletters, and much more.   More than 100,000 living artists and photographers currently offer ten million images for sale on FineArtAmerica.com - with thousands of new artists and images being added each week.




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Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship & Dinner


We are a volunteer, non-profit citizen’s group represented by a 15 member volunteer board of directors along with 8 trustees.  All members are citizens who live and/or work in Cape Coral. The Fund is not part of the Cape Coral city government. 

Our Purpose

To raise funds to give scholarships to Cape Coral students interested in furthering their education based on a combination of scholastic achievement and community involvement. Presently, the focus is on graduating high school seniors residing in Cape Coral.

How Funds Are Raised

1. Annual Awards Banquet at the Cape Coral Art League
2. Advertising sales in the awards program book
3. Donations by corporate and private Benefactors
4. Night at the Theater at the Cultural Park Theater

How Much In Scholarship Monies Are Awarded Annually?

Each year our goal is to award as many $1,500 scholarships as we can to students pursuing a higher education from an accredited vocational institute, accredited trade schools, a two-year or four-year college or university.

Who Is Eligible For A Scholarship?

Any legal resident of Cape Coral interested in continuing his or her education and is a high school senior and not related to a board member of the Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund, Inc., or the Mayor of Cape Coral.

How To Apply

Anyone interested in learning more about the scholarship program or receiving an application should contact his or her school guidance counselor, or write to:

Cape Coral Mayors Scholarship Fund Inc.,
P.O. Box 151999
Cape Coral, FL 33915


Kindness Animal Hospital

715 Cape Coral Pkwy W.

Cape Coral, FL  33914


South Cape Community Redevelopment Agency

4816 Chester St.

Cape Coral, FL  33904

"Discovering Treasures"

Razzle Dazzle & John Michaels Jewelry

1335 & 1331 Cape Coral Pkwy E.

Cape Coral, FL  33904


Cape Coral Community Foundation

Cape Coral Yacht Club

5819 Driftwood

Cape Coral, FL  33904


Lee Health Cape Coral Hospital Volunteers

636 Del Prado Blvd

Cape Coral, FL  33990


Wicked Dolphin Rum Distillery - 

Cape Spirits Inc.

131 SW 3rd Place

Cape Coral, FL  33991


Lobster Lady Restaurant

1715 Cape Coral Pkwy W. 

Cape Coral, FL  33914


Cape Coral Art League

516 Cultural Park Blvd.

Cape Coral, FL  33990

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