Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31: The popular Mental Health Mondays virtual series, coordinated by Kids’ Minds Matter, will explore important, relevant topics in children’s mental and behavioral health. Discussions are led by area experts in their respective fields. LINK: Mental Health Mondays   

Aug. 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25 and 27: Shangri-La Springs is sharing its bounty of fresh mangos every Tuesday and Thursday in August. Mangos are harvested from the certified organic garden and sold at $2 per pound, cash only. LINK: Mango Sale 

Aug. 4, 12 and 21: Senior Choice at Home is hosting a series of webinars that offer attendees an opportunity to learn about Southwest Florida’s only Continuing Care at Home program, which provides a safety net of continuing care as individuals age. LINK: Life Plan at Home 

Aug. 4 and 11: Kids’ Minds Matter continues to host its weekly series, Partners in Parenting: The Exceptional Child, that connects parents of children with developmental disabilities, mental health issues or special health care needs. LINK: Partners in Parenting   

Aug. 5: The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee will review career development and small business resources during its monthly virtual session. Guest speakers Janeth P. Castrejon from CareerSource Southwest Florida and Nadine Kramarz from the Fort Myers Regional Library will discuss solutions for job searching and career development in the current climate. LINK: Women in Business 

Aug. 6, 17 and 26: Gulf Coast Village is hosting a series of webinars for prospective residents to demonstrate “The Village Effect,” and the peace of mind that residents and their families are experiencing, especially during this challenging time. The webinar offers a sneak peek inside the community through the eyes and stories of current residents. LINK: Inside Scoop Webinar 

Aug. 11Leadership NEXT, a program for advancing business professionals, will explore Lee County’s COVID-19 response through a virtual session led by Commission Chairman Brian Hamman and Economic Development Director John Talmage. LINK: Leadership NEXT 

Aug. 11 and 20: Gulf Coast Village will host informational sessions to showcase the pet-friendly community’s lifestyle, amenities and quality care programs. Attendees will enjoy refreshments, games and have opportunities to win prizes. Seating is limited. LINK: Dog Days of Summer 

Aug. 30TwinCutZ is hosting its annual free back-to-school haircuts for students and distributing free backpacks to all children. Additionally, TwinCutZ is donating backpacks to Community Cooperative and welcoming donations of school supplies to support local families. Reservations are required. LINK: Back-to-School Haircuts  

Aug. 31The School District of Lee County opens the 2020-21 academic year as nearly 100,000 public and charter school students return to class. The School District’s Human Resources Department still is hiring for both school- and district-based positions. LINK: Education Careers