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CECI to hold Pigs in Paradise fundraiser

October 11, 2017 To help fund its scholarship program, the Children’s Center of the Islands will hold its third annual Pigs in Paradise fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 14, from 5 to 8 p.m. more »»

Peter Graves’ Atlantean Driftwood Band to return to Sanibel after over two decades

October 11, 2017 Peter Graves’ Atlantean Driftwood Band featuring the Grammy award-winning saxophonist Ed Calle and Florida Music Hall of Fame vocalist Dana Paul, will return to Sanibel after 23 years to play at BIG... more »»

Bailey’s bakery manager set to compete at The Americas Cake Fair Competition this month

October 11, 2017 For Monika Liller, bakery manager at Bailey’s General Store, baking has always been an integral part of her life. “I’ve baked on and off. My grandmother baked really good cakes, she lived in Polan. more »»

Sanibel Taxi provided free rides following Hurricane Irma

October 11, 2017 Sanibel Taxi gave roughly 100 rides to residents who needed them after Hurricane Irma blew through Southwest Florida last mont. more »»

'Annie Kids' takes the stage Friday at the Community House

October 11, 2017 The 45-minute production of “Annie Kids” will take the stage at the Community House beginning Friday with two morning performances to give everyone an opportunity to experience musical theater. more »»

Irma changes city’s budget in a big way

October 11, 2017 The Sanibel City Council approved a millage rate of 1.9139 with a budget of $60,033,596 during its final hearing Thursday, Oct. more »»

City staff, mayor receive high praise for hurricane efforts

October 11, 2017 The City of Sanibel received many high remarks about its communication efforts before, during and after Hurricane Irma at the Tuesday, Oct. 3 meeting. more »»

Additional square footage approved for Sea Glass Lane

October 11, 2017 Sea Glass Lane received approval from City Council to expand its space into two units for a total of 2,765 square feet. more »»

Sanibel Council moves forward with marijuana dispensary prohibition

October 11, 2017 City Council unanimously agreed to go forward with prohibiting marijuana dispensary businesses entirely, which will allow the board to have two public hearings in November and December to hear input... more »»

Council approves 30 year BIG ARTS lease

October 11, 2017 A 30 year lease agreement was approved last week during the City Council meeting for BIG ARTS, Inc. more »»

CHR lease renewed by City Council

October 11, 2017 The City Council approved a lease for Community Housing and Resources until Sept. 30, 2022. more »»

Jordan Marsh Water Quality Treatment Park project to enhance quality of life

October 11, 2017 The community heard an update regarding the Jordan Marsh Water Quality Park last week, which is a project that is designed to act as an educational, recreational and mechanical tool. more »»

CROW volunteer creates logo for 36th Taste of the Islands

October 11, 2017 A Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife volunteer created this year’s logo for the 36th Taste of the Islands, complete with incorporating the bike friendly atmosphere of the islands. more »»

Hurricane Irma dramatically changes city's budget

October 6, 2017 The Sanibel City Council approved a millage rate of 1.9139 with a budget of $60,033,596 during its final hearing Thursday, Oct. more »»

Beach parking increases a dollar

October 5, 2017 The City Council approved an increase in beach parking fees, as well as an increase for their B and BC decal program at their Tuesday, Oct. 3 meeting. more »»

5,000 pounds of medical supplies heading to Puerto Rico

October 5, 2017 In response to an urgent request for medical supply aid from the University Pediatric Hospital (HOPU) in San Juan, Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida is sending approximately $25,000... more »»

Two Local Roots Farmers Markets opening this week

October 5, 2017 Local Roots Farmers Markets, the largest organizer and producer of farmers markets in Lee County, announces its 2017-2018 market schedule. more »»

City staff, mayor receives high praise for hurricane efforts

October 4, 2017 The City of Sanibel received many high remarks about their communication efforts before, during and after Hurricane Irma at the Tuesday, Oct. 3 meetin. more »»

Sanibel Dance, Pilates and Yoga begins new season of aerial yoga

October 4, 2017 For Debbie Sheme, owner of Sanibel Dance, Pilates and Yoga, her aerial yoga classes meld two of her favorite things together: yoga and dance. more »»

South Seas Island Resort reopens ahead of schedule, reaches out to employees after Hurricane Irma

October 4, 2017 After the damage South Seas Island Resort endured after Hurricane Irma, the resort reopened to the public Sept. 20, six days ahead of schedule. more »»

 
 

 

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