The Immokalee Fall Festival set for Nov. 3 will include pumpkin-carving. / Florida Food & Farm file photo
iCoArts – a nonprofit program in Immokalee that offers teens the opportunity to explore, develop and hone their inner strength, creativity and unique abilities to improve the quality of their lives, their families and community – announces the first Immokalee Fall Festival.
The event is set for noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Impact Center, 1400 N. 15th St., Immokalee (next to Florida Community Bank).
This free family fun day features live music and entertainment, a pie-eating contest, a barbecue and drinks, pumpkin-carving, arts and crafts, and a treasure hunt.
For more information on the iCoArts Immokalee Fall Festival, including sponsorship and vendor opportunities, email [email protected], call 239-841-4044, or visit https://1by1leadershipfoundation.org/ico-arts.
iCoArts is a not-for-profit initiative of the 1 by 1 Leadership Foundation. The creative arts program addresses the rural battle for education, employment and family in ways designed to help Immokalee’s teens find their voices, share their stories and hone leadership skills that benefit them now and into the future.