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American Legion features meals

05-24 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

SCCF teaches human uses of native plants

05-24 Did you know that Henry Ford stuffed the seats of his cars with the air plant, Spanish moss, or that Thomas Edison used the giant native Seaside Goldenrod for electrical conductivity experiments? Calusa fishermen of the past used the poisonous saponins in certain native plants to harvest their fish. more »»

Youth programs at library

05-24 "Be Creative at Your Library" is the theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program for Pre-K – 5th Graders. The theme for teens and ‘tweens this summer is "Express Yourself at Your Library". The program is for ages sixth-Grade and olde. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-25 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

Sanibel Moorings Resorts offers garden tour

05-25 The Tropical Gardens at Sanibel Moorings Resort is overflowing with many unusual, exotic, and native tropical plants. Join our master gardener, Anita Marshall for a two hour walking tour open to the public. This is a must see for plant lovers and garden club. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-26 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

"Beauty and the Beast Jr." performance at Sanibel School

05-26 The Sanibel School's performing arts production of "Beauty and the Beast Jr." will take place Thursday, May 26, Friday, May 27 and Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3, at 7 p.m., at The Sanibel School. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-27 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

Walking tours through Bailey Homestead Preserve

05-27 Explore SCCF’s Bailey Homestead Preserve on walking tours Wednesday, May 20, and 27, at 8:30 a.m. SCCF acquired the preserve in 2011. Since then the land has undergone many changes. more »»

"Beauty and the Beast Jr." performance at Sanibel School

05-27 The Sanibel School's performing arts production of "Beauty and the Beast Jr." will take place Thursday, May 26, Friday, May 27 and Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3, at 7 p.m., at The Sanibel School. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-28 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

'Honoring the Dead;' a Sunday seminar

05-29 The Summer Sunday Seminar Series at Sanibel Congregational United Church of Christ continues on May 29 with a program entitled "Honoring the Dead." In this class, the Rev. Dr. John . more »»

Sanibel Island Farmer's Market

05-29 The Farmer's Market has more than 30 vendors from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 800 Dunlop Road. Such items as baked goods, live plants, honey, pasta, cheese, sausages, fresh fish, fresh produce and organic veggies are some of the items individuals can purchas. more »»

Summer Sunday Seminars

05-29 The continuing series will offer a wide variety of fascinating programs. All are at 9 a.m., between the 7:45 Chapel Service and the 10 a.m. full service. The Seminar Series presentations are in Heron Hall, on the church’s lower level. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-30 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

Memorial Day ceremony

05-30 Join others this Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, at 9:30 a.m. in the Field of Honor. Shoshana Johnson, U.S. Army POW SPC and USMC SGT Jeff Kyle, brother of American Sniper Navy Seal COP Chris Kyle will join the ceremony. A free cookout follows. more »»

Garden Walk at SCCF Bailey Homestead

05-30 Join SCCF for a walk through the native landscapes at the SCCF Native Landscapes and Garden Center at 10 a.m. Monday, May 30. Stroll through the wildflower and pollinator garden, the agricultural area, as well as the native landscape surrounding the old house. more »»

American Legion features meals

05-31 Besides our daily menu, back by popular demand, we will be serving home cooked meals again.Tuesdays we will have baked chicken, Wednesdays, pork and kraut over mashed potatoes and on Thursdays we will be having homemade meatloaf dinner. more »»

Tank Talks at SCCF

05-31 On Tuesday, May 31 at 10 am, come and meet the SCCF Nature Center ambassadors. Meet Indie the Indigo Snake, Happy the snapping turtle, Lucky the softshell turtle. There are also beautiful diamond back terrapins and Mangrove snakes swimming in their tanks. more »»

SCCF teaches human uses of native plants

05-31 Did you know that Henry Ford stuffed the seats of his cars with the air plant, Spanish moss, or that Thomas Edison used the giant native Seaside Goldenrod for electrical conductivity experiments? Calusa fishermen of the past used the poisonous saponins in certain native plants to harvest their fish. more »»

Youth programs at library

05-31 "Be Creative at Your Library" is the theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program for Pre-K – 5th Graders. The theme for teens and ‘tweens this summer is "Express Yourself at Your Library". The program is for ages sixth-Grade and olde. more »»

 
 
 
 

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