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Thanksgiving returns to the Community House

November 15, 2017 Three years ago the “Indians arrived on the island without their chief” for the annual Sanibel Community Thanksgiving celebration. more »»

Proposed term limit ordinance does not move forward

November 15, 2017 A proposed ordinance concerning term limits by Councilman Jason Maughan did not receive any support from Mayor Kevin Ruane, or Councilman Chauncey Goss, the only other two councilmen in attendance... more »»

MacIntosh kicks off Sanibel Reads

November 15, 2017 MacIntosh Books and Paper recently launched a new book club, Sanibel Reads, which is open to everyone near and far, virtually through Facebook. more »»

Sanibel Sea School welcomes two new employees

November 15, 2017 Two new individuals joined the Sanibel Sea School team at the beginning of the month, bringing their passion of the outdoors and teaching others with them. more »»

Public hearings held for medical marijuana dispensary, formula retail stores

November 15, 2017 The City of Sanibel held its first reading for the prohibition of medical marijuana dispensing facilities within the city boundaries. The second reading will be held in December. more »»

SCCF given proclamation for 50 years

November 15, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation received a proclamation last Tuesday in honor of the 50th anniversary of incorporation on Oct. 31, 2017. more »»

Barn owls return to Sanibel

November 15, 2017 An excitement has grown again on the island after owl pellets were found last winter behind the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Nature Center. more »»

Rec Center ‘sliding scale’ fee schedule approved

November 15, 2017 The City Council approved a new “sliding scale” fee schedule for the Sanibel Recreation Center, which will continue to provide financial assistance for those in need. more »»

Captiva Cruises offers seasonal cruise to Pine Island

November 15, 2017 Captiva Cruises’ Historic Tarpon Lodge and Calusa Indian Mounds Cruise to Pine Island, the largest island off of Southwest Florida, gives guests an up close look at the historic fish houses of Pine... more »»

ARTREACH releases first book

November 15, 2017 Last week, Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships announced their first ever book, “ARTREACH. more »»

New chef at Sundial brings a fresh approach

November 15, 2017 Aaron Chavarria, Sundial Beach Resort & Spa’s newest executive chef, is focused on bringing in fresh, sustainable food. “I use whatever is in season,” Chavarria said. more »»

Taste of the Islands to feature animal ambassadors, special programs

November 8, 2017 This year “A Taste of CROW at Taste” is the theme of the popular fundraising event this weekend, due to individuals having the opportunity to attend programs and visit with some animal ambassadors. more »»

SCCF turns 50

November 8, 2017 A large crowd of supporters gathered at the Bailey Homestead Halloween afternoon to help the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation celebrate its golden birthday. more »»

Steps taken to improve ‘impaired’ Sanibel River

November 8, 2017 An avid biker in his younger years, Sterling Fulmer stumbled upon people fishing along Donax Street while biking on Sanibel, resulting in the thought, “wouldn’t it be something to own a home on a... more »»

Sea School to continue to offer select ‘free’ camp days

November 8, 2017 Due to the great response following the Sanibel Sea School’s Hurricane Camp, the nonprofit organization will continue to offer free camps on dates that will help parents when their children are out... more »»

Sanibel Sweet Shoppe to be featured at Community House Potluck Dinner

November 8, 2017 This month’s potluck at the Community House will feature chocolate courtesy of the owners of the Sanibel Sweet Shoppe. The potluck will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8. more »»

Influx of red tide patients seen at CROW

November 8, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife has seen an increase of brevetoxicosis patients over the last few weeks, which coincides with past years of when the influx of red tide patients flock... more »»

Sanibel Sea School passes second year mark in sand dollar research project

November 8, 2017 The Sanibel Sea School just surpassed the second year mark for their sand dollar research project, which is already revealing interesting dat. more »»

An easy, delicious Thanksgiving dinner

November 8, 2017 Do you want a stress free holiday of cooking, while preparing a delicious Thanksgiving meal? One local chef has shared a few secrets to make your guests ooh and aah over your holiday dishe. more »»

Sanibel resident releases first book

November 8, 2017 The power of positive reinforcement during a Sanibel Writers Conference encouraged Terry John Malik, a retired lawyer, to try his hand at writing his first novel, which was published at the end of... more »»

 
 

 

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