Here’s what you need to know about MangoMania, including what kind of mangoes will be sold, which bands are performing and how you can stay cool. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. The annual MangoMania always includes a pie-eating contest. (Photo: Andrea Melendez/The News-Press/USA Today) Jennifer Jennings knows this, too. That’s why she and other organizers of this weekend’s Cape Coral mango festival are doing everything they can to keep people cool. No, they can’t control the blazing July sun. But they can do this: They can make it snow — at least in one tent on the German American Social Club grounds. “It’s the new highlight,” says Jennings, executive director of the Greater Pine Island Chamber of Commerce. “It’s a 20 by 40 tent, and there’s going to be snow blowing inside. It’s to help keep people cool.” More than 50 varieties of mango are grown on Pine Island, and many of them can be found at MangoMania. (Photo: Andrea Melendez/The News-Press/USA Today) The new Christmas in July Snow Tent comes courtesy of Pine Island’s Got Ice, the same company that provides the ice keeping Ma...