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‘Ding’ Darling lecture hails generous Americans who preserved wilderness

March 12, 2018 In the oversized, richly illustrated coffee table compendium “Wildlands Philosophy: The Great American Tradition,” author Tom Butler tells the stories of dozens of generous conservation-minded... more »»

Funky good time to be had at 7th Annual Beer in the Bushes

March 7, 2018 As the end of season draws near, there is one annual event that prides itself on breaking the mold, standing with feet firmly planted outside of the island box — and this year, it is getting funky. more »»

Classical At Its Best: Sanibel Music Festival to feature seven performances in March

March 2, 2018 An opportunity to experience the highest standard of classical music is just around the corner. more »»

Tickets on sale for CROW's Southern Comfort

March 2, 2018 The approach of summer means the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife will see its number of patients double, even triple, but an end-of-season fundraiser enables it to continue saving lives. more »»

81st Annual Sanibel Shell Festival to feature all things shell

March 2, 2018 With the beaches of Sanibel and Captiva well-known for their seashells — and the collection of them — it is no surprise that the community hosts the country's oldest-running event spotlighting th. more »»

Sanibel Uncorked back on the table as planned

February 26, 2018 After reporting on Feb. 23 that the Sanibel Uncorked Food and Wine Festival was postponed, the Sanibel-Captiva Optimist Club announced today that the event is back on the table as-was. more »»

On the Beach: Annual Octifest to raise funds for youth outreach, programming

February 21, 2018 The Sanibel Sea School is getting ready for its major fundraiser, which supports outreach programs for at-risk landlocked youth, a scholarship program and its newest addition — free camps on holidays. more »»

Super Slam is first sanctioned island tourney

February 21, 2018 Called the fastest-growing sport in America, pickleball is spreading like wildfire from community to community and islanders have an opportunity to check out an official tournament this weeken. more »»

Kiwanis Club to host 38th annual Kiwanis Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday

February 21, 2018 This weekend, the Sanibel-Captiva Kiwanis Club will cook up and serve over 3,500 meatballs, more than 250 pounds of spaghetti and about 80 gallons of marinara sauce in a long-standing traditio. more »»

Fundraiser to feature tour of four island homes

February 16, 2018 An older remodel, and a new construction; within proximity of the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge, and across from the Gulf of Mexico. Four island homes — each one special. more »»

San-Cap Rotary Club to host Annual Arts and Crafts Fair this weekend

February 16, 2018 Marking its 35th year, the Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club’s Annual Arts and Crafts Fair will bring more than 100 top-notch artists and crafters to the islands to exhibit and sell their one-of-a-kind... more »»

Charlie McCullough Retrospective: Tower Gallery to reveal unprinted photos by famed photographer

February 8, 2018 A one-year project that showcases never before printed photographs by Charlie McCullough, along with ones that have not been printed in quite some time, will debut this week at Tower Gallery. more »»

San-Cap Art League’s annual show to highlight local plein air artists

February 8, 2018 Best known as the “Clothesline Sale,” the Sanibel-Captiva Art League is set to host its Annual Art Show for the 16th year, which will feature all local artists exhibiting island-inspired pieces. more »»

‘Ding’ Darling gets a spot in nationwide documentary project

February 8, 2018 A National Geographic journalist and photographer recently made stops at the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Cayo Costa and more as part of a five-year documentary project. Dr. more »»

Sanibel Sea School set to register youths for summer programs

February 8, 2018 Registration for the Sanibel Sea School’s summer camps is scheduled to open this weekend. On Feb. more »»

Annual gala fundraiser to benefit Sanibel Historical Museum, Village

February 8, 2018 The Sanibel Historical Museum and Village will host an evening of dinner and dancing at its annual gala fundraiser, with the proceeds to go toward enhancing its programs and community impact. more »»

Jewelry trunk show, mission of SCCF go hand-in-hand

February 8, 2018 An upcoming trunk show will feature handmade jewelry that embodies recycling, sustainability and conservation — ideas supported by the non-profit organization that will benefit from the event. more »»

UPDATE: Sanibel Public Library reopens following delay

February 7, 2018 UPDATE: The Sanibel Public Library reopened today, following about a week's delay due to various necessary permits and required inspections. Officials at the library confirmed that it opened at 9 a. more »»

City to allow BIG ARTS, possibly others to sell alcohol

February 6, 2018 The Sanibel City Council voted to approve an ordinance that allows performing arts centers and live performance theaters to sell alcohol without also being required to sell food. more »»

Mardi Gras: CHR to host 6th annual fundraiser

January 31, 2018 Get into the New Orleans spirit with games of chance, Louisiana-style entertainment and more — all on a “riverboat” — at Community Housing and Resources’ 6th Annual Mardi Gras Fundraiser. more »»



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