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CIHS screens latest film in series

By Staff | Apr 7, 2020
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PHOTO PROVIDED The Mucky Duck parking lot.

The Captiva Island Historical Society premiered its new documentary, “Sands of Time: History of Erosion on Captiva,” on March 3 at the South Seas Island Resort. Officials reported that the screening attracted a capacity crowd for what is the eighth film in its “Captiva Memories” series. “Sands of Time” chronicles the geologic and social history of coastal erosion on Captiva. Producer and director Ken Sneeden worked with the CIHS on the production to examine the causes and effects of erosion. The documentary also profiles organizations working to provide solutions, as well as shares first-hand accounts from those who have experienced the effects. “Sands of Time” is available in DVD format for a $25 donation. It can be ordered online at “http://www.captivaislandhistoricalsociety.org/documentaries”>www.captivaislandhistoricalsociety.org/documentaries and shipping is free. For more about the CIHS, visit www.captivaislandhistoricalsociety.org.