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Bender receives medal for science project

March 8, 2017 One Sanibel School eighth grade student’s confidence soared after receiving a medal for her science fair project during the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Regional Science & Engineering Fair. more »»

Making magic: John Sebastian to perform at BIG ARTS

March 8, 2017 John Sebastian, one of the founding members of ’60s folk rock band, the Lovin’ Spoonful will make his first-ever appearance on Sanibel Friday, March 10, at BIG ARTS’ Schein Hall at 8 p.m. more »»

Preserving the past: Sanibel Historical Museum and Village to hold fundraiser

March 8, 2017 Live music, dancing, an open bar, a sit-down dinner and a raffle will be among the attractions at the Sanibel Historical Museum and Village’s annual fundraiser that will be held March 15 at 6 p.m. more »»

Sanibel Public Library revamps collection

March 8, 2017 Every year, the Sanibel Public Library weeds out its existing collection of titles to make way for new books, music and DVDs. more »»

Sanibel Historical Museum and village welcomes new board member

March 8, 2017 The Sanibel Historical Museum and Village elected Sherry Halleran, who has been a volunteer with the museum for the last six years, to its board of directors last Monda. more »»

Katie Gardenia to make appearance at South Seas Island Resort

March 8, 2017 Katie Gardenia, who originally opened The Bubble Room 38 years ago, will be recounting the early years of the restaurant next Tuesday in the Captiva Ballroom at South Seas Island Resort. more »»

80th annual Sanibel Shell Festival to take place this weekend

March 1, 2017 The early origins of the Sanibel Shell Festival dates back to over 80 years ago. The wives of sport fishermen began collecting shells while their husbands went fishing. more »»

Audubon-inspired works to be on display at ‘Ding’ Darling

March 1, 2017 To celebrate the life of late artist Gale Bennett who passed away in 2008, a group of local artists, many of whom were students of Bennett’s, will display Audubon-inspired works at the J.N. more »»

CROW introduces new marketing manager

March 1, 2017 Brian Bohlman, a Florida Gulf Coast University student, became CROW’s newest marketing manager on Monday. more »»

Sanibel Uncorked: food, wine and fun

March 1, 2017 Lily & Company’s grounds will be transformed into a decadent food and wine festival this coming weekend. more »»

Sanibel Music Festival kicks off Saturday

March 1, 2017 A tradition that began 31 years ago will once again grace the island as numerous repertoire and artists perform during the Sanibel Music Festival. more »»

Four running for three City Council seats in March 7 election

March 1, 2017 There are four candidates vying for three Sanibel City Council seats in the Tuesday, March 7 election. Mick Denham, Marty Harrity, Kevin Ruane and Jason Maughan are running for the open seats. more »»

Help Feed the 5000 Now

March 1, 2017 Feed the 5000 Now, a Christian initiative, is kicking off its fifth year today, and running until the end of the month, to raise money to feed a hungry neighbor. more »»

Dahlia Dry wins Best of Fair

March 1, 2017 A former Sanibel School student took home the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Science and Engineering Best of Fair Award for physical sciences. more »»

Kira Zautcke places first in plant science at Edison Fairs Program

March 1, 2017 An eighth grade student received first place at the Thomas Alva Edison Kiwanis Regional Science & Engineering Fair for her experiment that proposed plants could be used as sentinel plants for... more »»

Annual Kiwanis Spaghetti Dinner set for this weekend

February 22, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Kiwanis Club is preparing for one of its biggest fundraisers of the year: their annual Spaghetti Dinner. The dinner will take place Saturday, Feb. 25, from 4 to 8 p.m. more »»

Local shell crafter releases new book

February 22, 2017 In an effort to inspire others and bring back the lost art of vintage shell crafting, Heather Holmes O’Keefe published her first book, “American Shell Craft” last month. more »»

Author Joanne Fluke to make appearance at Sanibel Public Library

February 22, 2017 The simple suggestion by her mother to rewrite an ending to a story turned into a fulfilling career for author Joanne Fluke. “I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t writing,” she sai. more »»

Dredging, noise complaints, addressed at Captiva Community Panel meeting

February 22, 2017 Kathy Rooker, administrator of the Captiva Erosion Prevention District announced during last Tuesday’s meeting that preparations to dredge along Blind Pass began Monday, Feb. 13. more »»

 
 

 

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