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Frances Mayes took audience members on descriptive journey

March 2, 2016 Author Frances Mayes entertained a crowd last week as she serenaded them with her colorful, descriptive words taking them on a journey from Georgia to Tuscany. more »»

March brings up-and-coming Chamber Music talent to Sanibel

February 24, 2016 The month of March will be a magical one for island chamber music enthusiast, as the Sanibel Music Festival will kickoff Tuesday, March 1, at the Sanibel Congregational Church, located on 2050... more »»

Production ‘taps’ into story of dance students

February 17, 2016 A chance to get away from reality, all while creating time for oneself while forming new friendships, is depicted in the current performance that took the stage at Herb Strauss Theate. more »»

F.I.S.H. preparing for island themed annual Go F.I.S.H. fundraiser

February 17, 2016 A celebration will be held later this month to raise money for F.I.S.. more »»

Art exhibit to feature Rauschenberg’s art created after arriving on Captiva

February 17, 2016 An art exhibition, which will examine the relationship between a student and teacher, will be explored later this month, all while showcasing Bob Rauschenberg’s cardboard box sculptures created afte... more »»

Rotary Arts & Crafts Fair to feature more than 100 artists

February 10, 2016 The familiar white tents will fill the space surrounding The Community House this weekend as artist showcase their best handmade pieces during the annual Rotary Arts & Crafts Fair. more »»

Cooking with the Islands’ Stars features Curcuru and Roberts as home chefs

February 10, 2016 The importance of creating delicious dishes was learned at a very young age for one of the Cooking with the Islands’ Stars. more »»

Writer captivates her audience during Author Series

February 6, 2016 Author Alice Sebold captivated a full room Wednesday at the Sanibel Public Library during the library’s second Author Series this season, despite the constant rain that dampened the island that night. more »»

Documentary to feature ‘Sanibel Before the Causeway’

February 6, 2016 Old video clips, photographs and personal interviews with those who have vivid memories of Sanibel before the early 60s, will help depict the story of “Sanibel Before the Causeway,” a documentary to... more »»

Author Tim Dorsey to make stop on Sanibel

February 6, 2016 A Florida author who has become well-known for his humorous novels revolving around the character Serge A. Storms will make a stop on Sanibel to promote his latest release. more »»

Author to share story of Sehgal family

January 20, 2016 An inspirational story of a couple, refugees who left dangerous situations in their home country, that persevered once arriving in the United States and eventually beginning a foundation that helps... more »»

Skip Corris returns to Herb Strauss Theater

January 13, 2016 A crowd favorite from last year’s production is returning to the stage this weekend portraying the great Thomas Edison. more »»

Fine Art Festival to be held at The Community House

January 13, 2016 The grounds of The Community House will be transformed into a fine arts festival this weekend guaranteed to showcase something for everyon. more »»

Dimock photos on display at Captiva Community Center

January 13, 2016 A glimpse back into when Southwest Florida belonged to Mother Nature and development was still decades away can now be seen on the walls of the Captiva Community Center. more »»

Lecture series offers something for everyone at The Community House

December 30, 2015 The Community House is offering a few lectures the first and second week of January that is open to the community. more »»

Strauss Theater offers holiday show

December 23, 2015 A high energy, joyful Christmas celebration kicked off last weekend at the Herb Strauss Theater full of Christmas songs and snow guaranteed to get everyone into the spirit of the holiday season. more »»

Ding Darling photo contest named after Theodore Cross brings in creative nature shots by high schoolers

December 23, 2015 There is now good incentive for high school aged students to go out and appreciate the beauty and splendor the Florida natural landscape provides, in the form of the Ding Darling-Theodore Cross High... more »»

Never too late to learn ballroom dancing

December 9, 2015 The art of ballroom dancing is an ageless activity, one which has been around for centuries and it is something which can be picked up at any stage of life, as Sanibel’s LeAnne Trout has proven. more »»

Writers Read features island’s literary talent

December 9, 2015 From poetry slam to part narrative humorous life accounts, the “Writers Read” event hosted by the Sanibel-Captiva Island Writers, is all about the written word, penned by a vast array of literary... more »»

CROWS 2016 calendar available to purchase

December 2, 2015 A glimpse into the life of many patients of CROW are featured in the 2016 calendar, which is now available to purchase at the gift store, or online, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the... more »»

 
 

 

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