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Island coyotes discussed at City Council meeting

May 10, 2017 A University of Georgia study revealed that there are a minimum of 27 unique coyotes occupying the island. more »»

Dirk deWerff to fill vacant seat on Planning Commission

May 10, 2017 Dirk deWerff will fill the vacant seat on the Planning Commission left open by Jason Maughan after he was elected to City Council. Maughan’s term on the Planning Commission was to expire on Ja. more »»

Discussions had regarding increases in tolls for cash payers

May 10, 2017 A conversation that took place in the City Council chambers, will now go to the Lee County Commissioners in regards to options they have in terms of increasing tolls for cash payers. more »»

Clear Your Gear releases second video

May 10, 2017 A second video has been released for the Clear Your Gear project, which takes a humorous approach through the beat of an Irish folk song to encourage viewers to think about what happens to... more »»

Community House has new venue for 5th annual 2018 Sanibel/ Captiva Heart Walk

May 10, 2017 We’re excited! On Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018 we will celebrate the five-year anniversary of the Sanibel/Captiva Heart Walk. more »»

Chef Jarred Harris demonstrates how to prepare the perfect meal for Mother's Day

May 3, 2017 In honor of Mother's Day on May 14, chef Jarred Harris will teach how to cook a delicious Mother's Day meal at the Sanibel Community House on Sunday, May 7, from 3 to 5 p.m. more »»

Spend the day at Tarpon Bay Explorers

May 3, 2017 As season is coming to a halt, now is the best time to enjoy what Tarpon Bay Explorers has to offer. more »»

Leigh Gay brings her knowledge to the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum

May 3, 2017 Leigh Gay, the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum's newest outreach coordinator makes a point to never stop learnin. more »»

SCCF offers weekly tour at Bailey Homestead Preserve

May 3, 2017 A cloudless sky and cool temperatures greeted participants of the weekly "Making the Land Work" walking tour of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation at the Bailey Homestead Preserve last week... more »»

Planning talks formula stores

May 3, 2017 After more than an hour discussion, with new guidance from the city's mayor, the Planning Commission further discussed formula retail stores and changes to the ordinance verbiage. more »»

SCA continues to raise funds for capital campaign

May 3, 2017 Although the Community House's renovation has been completed, Sanibel Community Association board members said last week at their annual meeting that they are still raising funds. more »»

Prepare for this year’s hurricane season

May 3, 2017 With hurricane season approaching there are many steps Sanibel and Captiva residents can take to ensure they practice safety if an evacuation were to take plac. more »»

Sydney, a young alligator, is CROW's newest animal ambassador

May 3, 2017 The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife recently introduced a new animal ambassador, Sydney, to the Education Center, to teach the public about the keystone species, alligators. more »»

Manatee Elementary School spends day with Sanibel Sea School

May 3, 2017 Excited third graders stepped off their bus Thursday morning and gathered under a tree for a class picture on the Sanibel Causeway before being separated into three groups of 10 students to dissect ... more »»

‘Art by the disABLED’ exhibit returns to BIG ARTS

April 26, 2017 After a successful exhibit last year at BIG ARTS, “Art by the disABLED” will return May 3. The exhibit will run throughout the whole month at BIG ARTS’ Phillips Art Galler. more »»

BIG ARTS offers art-filled summer camp for kids and teens

April 26, 2017 As season is winding down, summer is coming into full-swing. Beginning June 5, BIG ARTS will offer its annual summer camp for elementary, middle and high school students. more »»

Sundial Beach Resort & Spa unveils new pickleball facility

April 26, 2017 Earlier this month, Sundial Resort & Spa opened its new 12-court pickleball facility, which is accessible to both resort guests and the public. more »»

Annual seminar gives residents hurricane insight

April 26, 2017 Every year, the Captiva Hurricane Response and Preparedness Committee holds an annual seminar to educate island residents on hurricane safety. more »»

Tom Uhler to teach course at Community House

April 26, 2017 Forty years ago Tom Uhler decided to purchase his first bottles of wine, which were taken to a friend’s house, so they would develop a palate of their tastes. more »»

Conservation photography tips given during SCCF presentation

April 26, 2017 Best practices for photographing wildlife and landscapes was the subject of a special presentation given last week at the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation. more »»

 
 

 

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