Feb. 1-14: Norman Love Confections unveiled its 2021 Valentine’s Day Collection, a limited-edition collection featuring 10 heart-shaped dark, white and milk chocolates. The 2021 Collection is available for purchase in stores and online. LINK: Date Night 2021 

Feb. 2The 36th Annual Everglades Coalition Conference will be a four-day virtual event with in-depth conversations and panels focused on restoration of the Florida Everglades. The Coalition of 60+ regional, state and national organizations brings together conservation groups, elected officials, business leaders, scientists, students, and local, state and federal partners for a meaningful dialogue about restoration. LINK: Everglades Coalition Conference 

Feb. 3The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee will host its Sweethearts & Scholarships social event to raise money for scholarships that enable non-traditional students to enroll in classes at Florida SouthWestern State College, Florida Gulf Coast University and Hodges University. LINK: Sweethearts & Scholarships 

Feb. 4, 11, 18 & 25: Shangri-La Springs is hosting its weekly Organic Produce Sale, which includes herbs, perennial vegetables, fruits and more. Limited quantities are available. LINK: Organic Produce Sale 

Feb. 8: Kids’ Minds Matter will host free parent workshops, Dignified Discipline, that shows how parents can manage their children’s behavior in a way that maintains healthy relationships while changing inappropriate behaviors. The goal is to bring joy back to parenting. LINK: Dignified Discipline 

Feb. 9: Better Together has scheduled a virtual Better Families Volunteer Training session to learn about volunteer opportunities with the nonprofit, including those interested in becoming host families and volunteer coaches. LINK: Better Families 

Feb. 9Leadership NEXT, a monthly program for advancing business professionals created by the Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, will convene to discuss issues of importance for Southwest Florida’s business community. LINK: Leadership NEXT 

Feb. 12: Kids’ Minds Matter is hosting a free virtual workshop to teach parents of special needs children how to work effectively and collaboratively with schools to educate their children. “Understanding Education for Children with Special Needs” is a one-time, 90-minute workshop. LINK: Parent Workshop 

Feb. 16: Healthy Minds is offering educational events and complimentary mental health screenings at locations across Southwest Florida. Screenings are designed to assist with those experiencing new or increased feelings of anxiety, depression, stress, substance use and more. LINK: Healthy Minds 

Feb. 17: The Greater Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce will host a Business Development Panel luncheon that features a discussion with John Talmage, director of Lee County Economic Development, and Todd Raines, president of NFI Masks. LINK: Chamber Luncheon 

Feb. 24: Growing Climate Solutions is launching a new speaker series, SWFL Climate Compass Series, to address the changing climate and its impact on the region. Bob Inglis, a former lawmaker and executive director of republicEn.org, will lead a virtual session titled “A Conservative Approach to Solving Climate Change. LINK: Climate Compass 

Feb. 26Benson Blackburn’s NextGen Speaker Series continues with a virtual session led by Joel Anderson, president and CEO of Five Below. The series brings together business and community professionals to encourage leadership, mentorship, empowerment and philanthropy. LINK: NextGen