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The Sanibel School tops in district on state test

May 31, 2017 The Sanibel School was one of two schools in the district that had 97 percent of its third grade students scoring a three or higher on the Florida Standards Assessment English Language Arts test. more »»

Planning continues hearing for Mud Bugs Cajun Kitchen

May 31, 2017 After more than three hours, the Planning Commission voted unanimously to continue a hearing of Mud Bugs Cajun Kitchen, LLC to their June 27 meeting, providing the applicant and Planning Department... more »»

SCCF marine lab construction continues, first floor soon to be poured

May 31, 2017 The $1.6 million Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation laboratory will soon have a first level floor as the progress of the new facility continues to take shape. more »»

CROW seeks live crab donations to care for two sea turtle patients

May 31, 2017 To support the care of two sea turtles, a Kemp’s ridley, and a loggerhead, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is seeking the community’s help in donations of live crabs to feed the... more »»

City educates public on hurricane preparedness

May 30, 2017 The latest forecast for hurricane season revealed there would be four hurricanes, with two being a category three or higher, according to the City of Sanibel Weather Consultant Dave Roberts. more »»

Young armadillo is the newest member of CROW’s animal ambassadors

May 25, 2017 The newest addition to the live animal exhibit at the CROW Visitor Education Center, a young armadillo, is capturing the hearts of many of the organization’s visitors. more »»

‘Dolly’s Dream’ Program helps misunderstood breed climb out of the Pit

May 25, 2017 There’s been a breed of dog which has taken turns being demonized in society, starting with the German Shepard in the 1970’s. more »»

Council explores Center 4 Life building options

May 25, 2017 The City Council narrowed five options down to two during a special workshop that addressed the next steps for the Center 4 Life building last week. more »»

Sea School scouts Caloosahatchee for camp trip

May 25, 2017 A handful of staff members of the Sanibel Sea School took a scouting canoe trip down the Caloosahatchee for a summer camp being offered in July for teenager. more »»

Jensen brothers help Operation Open Arms

May 25, 2017 About a decade ago the Jensen brothers met Captain John “Giddy Up” Bunch and have been supporting his organization, Operation Open Arms, ever since. more »»

Bunche Beach walks are back

May 25, 2017 Bunche Beach walks have returned for the summer at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. The first beach walk of the season will kick off Wednesday, May 24, at 7 p.m. and will be led by D. more »»

BIG ARTS welcomes new chorus director

May 25, 2017 Ellen Whitten, who accompanied previous chorus director Steve Cramer for the last five years will become BIG ARTS’ newest chorus director this fal. more »»

Annual library Summer Reading Program to begin June 3

May 25, 2017 The Sanibel Public Library is getting ready to launch their annual Summer Reading Program which encourages kids to keep reading all summer long. more »»

When is the best time to go shelling?

May 25, 2017 Although January, February and March are some of the best months to go shelling on Sanibel and Captiva, Stefanie Wolf, a marine biologist at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum, said that... more »»

Library starts new chapter to prepare for “Your Library Reimagined”

May 24, 2017 Sanibel Public Library has embarked on the first phase of the “Your Library Reimagined” project. more »»

Periwinkle Place's Shop, Dine, Rhythm and Wine kicks off June 1 on Sanibel

May 24, 2017 Shoppers will be will be treated to live entertainment, complimentary refreshments, and special savings from participating stores every Thursday night in June and July from 4:30 to 7 p.m. more »»

USA Today names Sweet Melissa's as 'Top 10 South Florida' restaurant

May 23, 2017 Sweet Melissa’s Cafe? on Sanibel Island has been named as one of the top 10 restaurants in South Florida, according to USA Today. more »»

City of Sanibel hurricane seminar set for 2017 season

May 22, 2017 The City of Sanibel will sponsor the 2017 Hurricane Seminar in an effort to educate residents, property owners, business owners, and island workers. more »»

CROW seeks live crab donations to care for two sea turtle patients

May 19, 2017 To support the care of two sea turtles, a kemp's ridley, and a loggerhead, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is seeking the community's help in donations of live crabs to feed the... more »»

Ride of Silence

May 17, 2017 An event dedicated to bringing awareness for everyone sharing the road, as well as honoring fellow cyclists killed, or injured in cycling accidents, will take place at Matzaluna Italian Restaurant... more »»

 
 

 

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