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Sanibel Sea School dedicates original building in honor of Dick Kennedy

December 21, 2016 A special dedication was held at the Sanibel Sea School Saturday, Dec. more »»

Gardener creates island oasis

December 21, 2016 A part-time Sanibel resident accidentally found a passion for gardening at a very young age when his grandfather gave him a packet of peas. more »»

Sanibel Recreation Center plans holiday camp for kids

December 14, 2016 The Sanibel Recreation Center is kicking off its annual holiday camp this month. The schedule consists of two four-day weeks. The first week of holiday camp will begin Dec. more »»

Water quality speakers come together to discuss ‘Have we missed the boat?’

December 14, 2016 For the finale of “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society’s “Soak-It-In Speaker Series” Dec. more »»

CROW’s newest intern reaps the benefits of working with animals

December 14, 2016 CROW’s newest DVM intern Spencer Kehoe has been with the clinic for the last five months. more »»

Colleagues of Robert Rauschenberg present artwork

December 14, 2016 Local artists Janet Vince, Pam Schmidt and Vyd, close friends of graphic artist Robert Rauschenberg, will present a pop-up gallery in Suite 5155 at 9115 Strada Place at the Mercato shopping center... more »»

Adventures in Paradise offers holiday trip

December 14, 2016 Six years ago an island business decided to offer a unique cruise for the community during the holidays to generate some additional cheer. Adventures in Paradise Inc. more »»

Residents will have chance to vote on Civic, Cultural Core Project

December 14, 2016 The City Council unanimously voted to approve a referendum that will allow the residents of Sanibel to vote on whether or not to move forward with the Civic and Cultural Core Project during the Marc... more »»

Lee County Shopper to be added to Reporter

December 14, 2016 To better serve readers and advertisers, the Breeze Newspapers has integrated its Lee County Shopper publication into the news sections of its weekly newspapers including Sanibel Captiva... more »»

Charter amendment concerning City Council salary removed

December 14, 2016 With more than an hour of discussion, by both the City Council and the public, the Sanibel City Council voted against submitting an ordinance that would have been added to the March ballot providing... more »»

Sanibel resident worked with Trump in early days

December 14, 2016 By MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspapers. more »»

Manatee found by boat ramp off Sanibel being treated for red tide

December 14, 2016 A manatee found Dec. 7 at a boat ramp near the Sanibel Causeway is being treated at the Miami Seaquarium for red tid. more »»

Sharon Miller named 2017 MAKERS

December 14, 2016 A woman who was inspired by her sons to help other adults with special needs was honored as one of the 2017 MAKERS. “My first reaction was wow, where did that come from. more »»

Group to perform first concert

December 7, 2016 A plethora of music will fill the Sanibel School cafetorium as the Seahorse Chorale take audience members on a “Journey Through Music,” during the first ever Seahorse Chorale Spectacular. more »»

Jerry’s gets approval for indoor coffee area

December 7, 2016 With the approval of the City of Sanibel Planning Commission, Jerry’s will soon open an indoor dining area complete with 14 seats for Coquina Coffee. more »»

‘Fish Tank’ new drop off location for F.I.S.H. Food Pantry at weekly Farmer’s Market

December 7, 2016 Last week the organizers of the Sanibel Farmer’s Market, as well as an island teenager, kicked off a new way for the island community to support the F.I.S.H. Food Pantry. more »»

Indigo snake slowly healing at CROW

December 7, 2016 An indigo snake SCCF has surveyed since 2013 was brought to CROW with numerous wounds at the end of November. While doing a survey on North Captiva Island Friday, Nov. more »»

LeBuff releases another book, book singing to be held

December 7, 2016 A comprehensive book, written by a longtime Sanibel resident, which sheds light on the Florida American crocodile, has hit the shelves a month early. more »»

Join McDevitt at Sanibel Library to talk comic books

December 7, 2016 If comic books are your forte, stop by the Sanibel Public Library tomorrow to converse with Todd McDevitt, owner of New Dimension Comics, based in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania regio. more »»

Poet to have book signing next week

December 7, 2016 Part-time Sanibel resident will have a book signing of her newly released fifth book of poetry, “Simply Sanibel Poems,” next week. Lorraine Walker Williams will make an appearance from 11 a.m. more »»

 
 

 

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