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Waston MacRae opens 'Peaceable Kingdom' exhibit

December 21, 2012 Watson MacRae Gallery on Sanibel Island has opened the “Peaceable Kingdom” exhibit that is inspired by “The Peaceable Kingdom” series from the painter Edward Hicks. more »»

Hirdie Girdie Art Gallery opens for season

November 13, 2012 The artists of Hirdie-Girdie Art Gallery -- at the corner of Tarpon Bay Road and Library Way -- has rolled out the welcome mat for another season. more »»

Watson MacRae expands in time for season

November 9, 2012 Maureen Watson opened her art gallery, Watson MacRae, with the hopes of making it one year. more »»

Wines in the Wild: Toasting to our good nature

October 26, 2012 For the past 5 years, Wines in the Wild has been pairing oenophiles and nature-lovers together under the banner of the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation. more »»

Cracker Fest lends helping hand

October 19, 2012 Florida cracker refers to original colonial-era English and American pioneer settlers in the stat. more »»

'Ding' Darling Days: Let's Go Outside

September 27, 2012 The 23rd annual "Ding" Darling Days celebrates National Wildlife Week and the birthday of the refuge's namesake, father of the Federal Duck Stamp program and Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jay N. more »»

Capturing the Islands

August 10, 2012 Five years ago Christopher Koerner received his first camera, a Nikon D40, as a gift from his parents. He immediately began capturing Sanibel and Captiva islands' natural beauty through its lens. more »»

Reading for Others meets challenge

August 3, 2012 The Sanibel Public Library presents its summer reading program each year for island youth. The goal is to instill a love of reading in children and teens. more »»

Dream Big, Read at the Captiva library

July 13, 2012 The Captiva Memorial Library, along with public libraries across the county, has been dreaming big this summer with the reading program, “Dream Big, Read!” The Captiva library started Dream Big on... more »»

Road Rally Results

July 13, 2012 A record 41 teams started their engines for the 33rd Road Rally held on Independence Day. The rally's start and finish line was at Timbers parking lot. more »»

All-American Fun, Family & Fireworks

June 27, 2012 Variously known as the Fourth of July and Independence Day, celebrations can be traced back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. more »»

Love That Dress Collection Party Returns to Sanibel

June 15, 2012 Dig out those dresses hanging in the back of your closet and give them a second life by bringing them to The Village Shops June 19 for the Love That Dress collection party. more »»

Celebrating National Trails Day, Gearing Up for Summer

June 8, 2012 The J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel celebrated National Trails Day with Animal Olympics and a one-hour hike along the Indigo Trail. more »»

The 23rd Annual Caloosa Catch & Release returns to Captiva

June 8, 2012 For decades, fishing tournaments like the Caloosa Catch & Release have set the standards by which all top tournaments are measured. more »»

New Short River Cruise offered by Captiva Cruises

June 1, 2012 Thomas Edison so loved the Caloosahatchee that he purchased 15 acres and built Seminole Lodge, his winter estate facing the river in 1886. more »»

Junior Sailing Camp returns to Captiva Yacht Club

June 1, 2012 Learn how to sail a boat single-handed or how to properly handle a kayak. Become certified in power boat safety if you choose. more »»

Happy 91st Birthday

May 4, 2012 Francis Bailey, one of the most respected and dedicated citizens of Sanibel, celebrates his 91st birthday with cake and ice cream surrounded by a group of friends, family, customers and employees at... more »»

Sanibel School sets stage for 'Guys and Dolls Jr.'

May 4, 2012 Its spring and that means another incredible production from The Sanibel School’s Middle School Performing Arts Class. It will be presenting “Guys and Dolls Jr.” – an adaptation for young performer. more »»

Inaugural 'Cayo Costa Heritage Day' to be celebrated

April 27, 2012 Cayo Costa, which means “Key by the Coast,” offers scenic views of the Gulf of Mexico and is accessible only by boat. more »»

Casting Away: Anglers to cast their lines for a good cause

April 27, 2012 The history of tarpon fishing, “Ding” Darling refuge and Southwest Florida are intricately intertwined. more »»

 
 

 

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