Captiva Historical Society to present ‘Earth, Water and Wind’
The Captiva Island Historical Society (CIHS) will premiere its latest oral history film, “Earth, Water and Wind,” on March 20 at the Captiva Civic Association and Chapel By the Sea starting at 5:30 p.m. with refreshments followed by the film at 6 p.m.
Filmmaker Rusty Farst has captured the unique stories of four extraordinary Captiva story tellers Dottie Wakefield, Bob Sabatino, Kristie Anders and John Dickey. Wakefield’s parents created Tween Waters, while Sabatino is a legendary local fishing guide. Kristie Anders, SCCF education director and North Captiva resident, draws on her years of knowledge of the unique environment. John Dickey is a third-generation native who grappled with the aftermath of Hurricane Charley.
The film runs approximately 30 minutes and features pictures and video never seen before by the public.A DVD of “Earth, Water and Wind” may be purchased after the showing for $100 to support the CIHS. To make a reservation, call the Captiva Civic Association at 472-2111.