WPL Sponsors Everglades Seafood Festival 2022

Everglades City Seafood Festival logoCollier County law firm Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (WPL) is a proud sponsor of the annual Everglades Seafood Festival (ESF) with live music including country music star Ira Dean, among others. Join us in Everglades City for this much loved, fun event with food, carnival rides, arts & crafts and fireworks on family night.

When: February 11 – 13, 2022

Where:  In front of City Hall, 102 Copeland Avenue N, Everglades City, FL 34139

FREE Entry. Donations are appreciated!

Founded in 1970, ESF is a (501c3) charity event that helps the community of EvergladeIra Deans City.

People come from all over Florida to hear great live music, eat delicious seafood, and browse among the dozens of craft booths while the kids enjoy the carnival rides. No pets, no coolers. The festival is organized by the Florida Stone Crabbers Association. For more information:

Phone number:  (239) 537-9922

Email:  seafoodfestboard@gmail.com

WPL is a long time supporter of ESF and Everglades City, as well as representing the City in legal matters. WPL Partner Chris Lombardo is former City Attorney of Everglades City, 1985 – 2005, and was Chairman of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Everglades National Park in 1997.

About WPL

Southwest Florida law firm Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (WPL) provides an array of legal services to individuals, businesses and governmental entities related to Business Law, Community Association Law, Estate Planning, Family Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, Local Government Law, Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury Law, Probate and Trust Administration, and Real Estate Law. WPL has served Collier County for over 50 years since 1971, when attorney Arthur V. Woodward founded the first full-time law firm on Marco Island. Today, WPL is in two Florida locations:  Naples and Marco Island. For more information, call (239) 649-6555 or see www.wpl-legal.com.


Related post: Naples Attorneys Involved in Major Milestone to Replace Everglades City Wastewater Treatment Plant