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City educates public on hurricane preparedness

June 7, 2017 The latest forecast for hurricane season predicts there will be four hurricanes, with two being a category three or higher, according to the City of Sanibel Weather Consultant Dave Roberts. more »»

SCCF partners with Conservancy of SW FL to tag green sea turtles

June 7, 2017 This year the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation has partnered with the Conservancy of Southwest Florida to begin tagging green sea turtle. more »»

Ambu Yoga celebrates second anniversary

June 7, 2017 A yoga instructor, who has felt a huge connection with the environment for some time, is celebrating her studio’s second year anniversary this weekend with complimentary classes. more »»

CECI now accepting 12 month olds

June 7, 2017 Due to the demand, the Children’s Education Center of the Islands is now accepting 12-month-olds. more »»

Shorebird nesting season off to a late start

June 7, 2017 Although the shorebird nesting season — snowy plover, Wilson’s plover and killdeer — is off to a late start, each have had hatchlings and currently have active nests. more »»

Sea School welcomes seasonal help for summer camps

June 7, 2017 One seasonal marine educator and four camp counselors were added to the Sanibel Sea School staff this summer to help with the organization’s summer camps. more »»

The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum to hold clean up on Bunche Beach

May 31, 2017 The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum will celebrate World Oceans Day its own way: on Thursday, June 8, from 7 to 9 a.m. more »»

Yoga classes offered all summer long at the Community House

May 31, 2017 Susan Pataky’s all level yoga class at the Community House is rooted in the ancient art and science of yoga. The class, which takes place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 to 11 a.m. more »»

Island organizations offer programs to keep kids busy all summer long

May 31, 2017 With school officially out last Friday, many organizations on the island are offering an array of activities for both kids and adults. more »»

Local artist Andrew Corke adds manatee installation to ‘Ding’ Darling

May 31, 2017 Fort Myers artist Andrew Corke installed a manatee sculpture made entirely out of recycled tires on the outside wall of the Visitor & Education Center, near the restrooms at J.N. more »»

Shell Crafters get creative at Community House every Monday

May 31, 2017 The Shell Crafters are busy year round creating one-of-a-kind intricate pieces of art ranging from jewelry to floral arrangements, which are available to purchase every Monday while they are at the... more »»

The Sanibel School tops in district on state test

May 31, 2017 The Sanibel School was one of two schools in the district that had 97 percent of its third grade students scoring a three or higher on the Florida Standards Assessment English Language Arts test. more »»

Planning continues hearing for Mud Bugs Cajun Kitchen

May 31, 2017 After more than three hours, the Planning Commission voted unanimously to continue a hearing of Mud Bugs Cajun Kitchen, LLC to their June 27 meeting, providing the applicant and Planning Department... more »»

SCCF marine lab construction continues, first floor soon to be poured

May 31, 2017 The $1.6 million Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation laboratory will soon have a first level floor as the progress of the new facility continues to take shape. more »»

CROW seeks live crab donations to care for two sea turtle patients

May 31, 2017 To support the care of two sea turtles, a Kemp’s ridley, and a loggerhead, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is seeking the community’s help in donations of live crabs to feed the... more »»

Young armadillo is the newest member of CROW’s animal ambassadors

May 25, 2017 The newest addition to the live animal exhibit at the CROW Visitor Education Center, a young armadillo, is capturing the hearts of many of the organization’s visitors. more »»

Council explores Center 4 Life building options

May 25, 2017 The City Council narrowed five options down to two during a special workshop that addressed the next steps for the Center 4 Life building last week. more »»

Sea School scouts Caloosahatchee for camp trip

May 25, 2017 A handful of staff members of the Sanibel Sea School took a scouting canoe trip down the Caloosahatchee for a summer camp being offered in July for teenager. more »»

Jensen brothers help Operation Open Arms

May 25, 2017 About a decade ago the Jensen brothers met Captain John “Giddy Up” Bunch and have been supporting his organization, Operation Open Arms, ever since. more »»

Bunche Beach walks are back

May 25, 2017 Bunche Beach walks have returned for the summer at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. The first beach walk of the season will kick off Wednesday, May 24, at 7 p.m. and will be led by D. more »»

 
 

 

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