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Vegetation Committee of Sanibel vegetation tours

December 17, 2014 The Vegetation Committee of Sanibel offers vegetation tours of all the plants which reside on the City Hall grounds, located at 800 Dunlop Road on Sanibel Island. more »»

Artist's Choice exhibit open at BIG ARTS

December 17, 2014 The "Artist's Choice" exhibit is open through Jan. 10 at the Phillips Gallery at the BIG ARTS comple. more »»

Search continues for missing kayaker

December 15, 2014 The search for missing kayaker, Andrew Barber, continued Monday morning, as the Lee County Sheriff Office and the Fish and Wildlife concentrated on the area near the Sanibel Causeway. more »»

Red tide keeping CROW busy

December 10, 2014 Although it’s just a microscopic organism, a tiny algae’s toxin is causing big problems for many of the Florida’s west coast wildlife. more »»

Dark Skies draws strong response

December 10, 2014 Sanibel residents once again came with strong opinions about the on-going Dark Skies ordinance discussion being held by City Council last Tuesday, Dec. 2. more »»

Captiva superhome sale tops for 2014

December 10, 2014 The highest sale price of a Lee County home this year is being reported by a Sanibel Realtor. Premier Sotheby’s of Sanibel closed on the Captiva beachfront estate in October for $8. more »»

Birders flock to islands for Christmas Count

December 10, 2014 A demographic survey for island birds is planned for Dec. 20. more »»

Recreation sponsorships a hit with donors, helping families with program costs

December 10, 2014 The generosity of islanders and island merchants continues to benefit families and workers. more »»

Islander’s deep feelings expressed in unique artwork

December 10, 2014 Joliejoelene Black is journaling to express pain, relief and joy in relationships, an outlet for the emotional rollercoaster of her life in the last year. more »»

Volunteers are the backbone of Sanibel’s Shell Museum

December 10, 2014 The Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum is a destination for over 50,000 visitors a year, as the attraction displays some of the most unique, rare and beautiful sea shells and mollusks in the world. more »»

Anna-Squared duo a hit at Shell Museum

December 10, 2014 The best way to educate someone on a subject is having a strong presentation of the facts to keep the interest strong and the questions coming. more »»

A special celebration in paradise

December 10, 2014 Sanibel celebrated its annual holiday tradition with the 30th Luminary Festival. The event on Dec. more »»

COTI still influencing the shaping of Sanibel

December 3, 2014 Although it took Mother Nature centuries to create the beauty of what is Sanibel Island, it has been the effort of a group of people to help preserve her work over the course of the last 40 years. more »»

Myra Roberts to be featured in island documentary

December 3, 2014 Myra Roberts, Sanibel artist who has become one of the best-selling painters in southwest Florida, will be featured in the upcoming documentary "7 Sanibel Artists. more »»

Planning OKs development for ‘Beach House’

December 3, 2014 The Sanibel Planning Commission unanimously passed a Certification of Appropriateness and Development Permit for the reconstruction and reconfiguration of the exterior front entry staircase of what... more »»

Island Hopper festival to return in 2015

December 3, 2014 Overwhelmingly positive feedback from musicians, visitors and island merchants will prompt the return in 2015 of the Islander Hopper Songwriter Fest. more »»

Former resident stamps name on all-star football game

December 3, 2014 By BRIAN WIERIMA bwierima@breezenewspapers.com All-Star games come and all-star games go. more »»

Island galleries, shops build inventory to brace for seasonal rush

December 3, 2014 As seasonal visitors and islanders surge back to Sanibel and Captiva, artists are gearing up at local galleries, nonprofits and shops. more »»

Island dancer takes top honors in U.S. senior competition

December 3, 2014 Most women don't introduce themselves by age. Leanne Trout is far different, gleefully announcing that she's 86 years old. more »»

Islanders tap dance class for fun, healthy alternative

December 3, 2014 Cavorting in slippery shoes on a shined floor goes against every mother's instructions. more »»

 
 

 

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