Saturday, October 21
Noon - 4 p.m.
Fort Myers Regional Library
Teens, tweens and adults can enjoy workshops, karaoke, games, a 3D printer presentation, a cosplay presentation by FGCU’s Cosplay and Costuming Club and a costume parade. The Laboratory Theater of Florida will present an adult storytime reading of “The Princess Bride.”
Sponsored by the Friends of the Fort Myers Library.
Activities for all ages (No registration required)
- Life size games
- Graffiti art
- Games, puzzles, and coloring opportunities
- Selfie opportunities
- Scavenger hunts
- Costume parade
Programs for tweens, teens & adults (Registration opens September 23)
|Printer Technology & 3D Pens - Ages 10 and up.
Sponsored by the Southwest Florida Library Network.
|Board Games & More
- Ages 10 and up.
Come play different tabletop games.
|Japanese Culture Class - Ages 12 and up.
Learn fun facts about Japanese culture and language from expert Ian Verhine.
|Karaoke - Ages 10 and up.
Come sing karaoke, with a list of over 12,000 songs!
|Video Game Tournament - Ages 13 and up.
Compete using the Wii.
|Young Adult Story Time - Ages 12 and up.
The Laboratory Theater of Florida presents, “Princess Bride”.
|Geek Knits -- Ages 16 and up.|
Learn how to crochet geek-themed coasters.
|Cosplay 101 - Ages 10 and up.
a beginner’s introduction to cosplay
|Graphic Novels & Manga - Ages 12 and up.
Learn about the history, the procedures of how this literature has influenced cultures.
Comic Fest Rules & Regulations
To ensure everyone’s enjoyment of this event, attendees must observe the following rules:
- NO real or realistic looking weapons are allowed.
- Lack of clothing does not = costume. Shirt, shoes and pants/shorts/skirts must be worn at all times.
- Fort Myers Comic Fest representatives, library staff members, or security personnel reserve the right to inspect costumes and/or accessories.
- Attendees will abide by the Lee County Library System Patron Code of Conduct. Attendees who do not comply with the rules and regulations will be asked to leave the property.
*Individuals who do not want to be photographed or recorded are responsible for removing themselves from the area or notifying the photographer of their opt-out status.