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Rauschenberg's legacy discussed in the BIG ARTS "After Rauschenberg" art talk and exhibit

March 23, 2017 Robert Rauschenberg is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. more »»

Sanibel Shell Show Special Awards

March 23, 2017 Scientific Division du Pont Trophy -- Most outstanding entry in Classes 1-26 Joyce Matthys Conchologists of America Award -- Entry which best furthers interest in shells & shell collecting in... more »»

‘The Jungle Book Kids’ take the stage next weekend

March 22, 2017 A cast of youngsters, the youngest 4 years old, have been rehearsing their lines, songs and dances for the past few weeks to prepare for the opening of “The Jungle Book Kids,” which will take the... more »»

City to look at medical marijuana laws impact

March 22, 2017 A unanimous vote was made by the City of Sanibel Planning Commission to pass a resolution allowing the city nine months to review the impact of the change in law concerning medical cannabis. more »»

Prescribed burns discussed for various tracts

March 22, 2017 Although a possible window of time will be looked at for prescribed burns on Sanibel, it is unlikely to happen this year due to the dry conditions South Florida has experienced since November. more »»

Registration open for Sanibel Sea School summer camps

March 22, 2017 It’s that time of year again to sign up youngsters for the many ocean related summer camps offered through the Sanibel Sea Schoo. more »»

CROW caring for six otters

March 22, 2017 A north American river otter that arrived at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife in early February is no longer the only one in the clinics care. more »»

Two island organizations will host solar panel meeting

March 22, 2017 The League of Women Voters and the Green Team of Sanibel Congregational United Church of Christ are partnering up to bring island residents and business owners information on solar energy through... more »»

University of Sanibel unleashes new products

March 22, 2017 In lieu of pickleball's growing popularity, the University of Sanibel has released hats commemorating the sport. more »»

Variety of topics discussed at Captiva Community Panel meeting

March 22, 2017 During the Captiva Community Panel meeting that took place last Tuesday, Panel Treasurer Mike Boris said that he and Ken Gooderham are seeking a grant from the Charitable Foundation of the Islands. more »»

Sanibel Sea School Octifest tickets now on sale

March 15, 2017 By MEGHAN McCOY mmccoy@breezenewspaper. more »»

Maughan beats out incumbent

March 15, 2017 Jason Maughan won the third seat for City Council, ousting incumbent Marty Harrity in the March 7 election. Kevin Ruane and Mick Denham were reelected for another four year term. more »»

Council continues conversations about water quality

March 15, 2017 The City Council continues to keep water quality at the forefront with approving a resolution to support Senate Bill 10 and House Bill 761, as well as sending letters to the South Florida Water... more »»

Shop the CROW Yard Sale this weekend

March 15, 2017 Want to support CROW while browsing through gently used items? Stop by this Friday and Saturday to shop CROW’s Yard Sale. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»

SCCF offers new programs

March 15, 2017 The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation is introducing two new programs this month focusing on SCCF’s history, and how individuals identify their home. more »»

Wagner shares letters of great aunt in book

March 15, 2017 The World War I letters of Alice M O’Brien, a winter resident of Captiva in the late ’30s, have been compiled in a book “Alice in France: The World War I Letters of Alice M. more »»

Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club gives back to community through annual arts and crafts fair

March 15, 2017 For the last 34 years, The Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club Arts and Crafts Fair has attracted thousands of visitors from all over. more »»

Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum looks ahead for 2017

March 15, 2017 The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum held its annual report meeting for 2016 last Monday. more »»

Qwik Pack & Ship under new ownership

March 15, 2017 Last October, Robert Wright and his mother, Kathy, took over Qwik Pack & Ship on Periwinkle Way. Robert and Kathy purchased the business from John Thomas who owned it for the last 14 years. more »»

‘Ding’ introduces new deputy refuge ranger

March 15, 2017 J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge welcomed Nate Caswell, its newest deputy refuge ranger this past December. Caswell’s expertise is in fisheries and wildlife management. more »»

 
 

 

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