Bonita Springs Historical Society presents the 2020
Speaker Series

WATER: AT A CROSSROADS

The Bonita Springs Historical Society continues the the popular presentation series - with past audiences filling the room at the Lions Club. Much thanks go to the Lions Club for use of the venue, and to Mike Long, Bev Lalonde and others for organizing the 2020 series and of course our speakers. Special thanks to our sponsors, FineMark National Bank & Trust and Bay Water Boat Club.

OUR2020 Speaker Series focuses on our most vital natural resource: water.

Paradoxically, it seems that Southwest Florida has either too much water, too little, or not in the right places.

Our
January 23 speaker addresses how Bonita Springs’ central water utility provides clean drinking water and manages wastewater in the most cost-effective way. Click here for a flyer

On
February 13, we confront the reality that unless we take concerted action, Florida’s drinking water problems and shortages will only get worse as the state’s population grows. Click here for a flyer

On
March 26, we look at the health and challenges facing the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, one of the state’s most significant natural and historical resources—one that affects our lives in ways we might never have imagined. Click here for a flyer

Talks are free to Historical Society members, so mark your calendars and invite your friends!


A nominal donation is suggested for nonmembers.

Click here for a brochure of the 2020 WATER: At A Crossroads

The presentations will be held at the Lions Club, located at 10322 Pennsylvania Ave, Bonita Springs, FL 34135. Click here for their website.

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