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FabLab Project opens up Sanibel Library as a destination for kids

November 19, 2014 Lee County Public School students didn’t have school Monday, Nov. 10, so the Sanibel Public Library kicked off the new FabLab—a place to learn, create and design. more »»

World organization visits Sanibel

November 19, 2014 A poem that began with “Retire with me to Sanibel” capped a weeklong visit by the Road Scholar program, an organization for decades that exposes and immerses outsiders in local culture. more »»

Island filmmaker will release a second documentary in March

November 12, 2014 David E. Carter wants us to know the real Charlie Brown. Not that one, the artist whose fishprint work on Sanibel has captured the attention of collectors. more »»

Sanibel musician to perform 10 charitable concerts to benefit FISH

November 10, 2014 Chris Coile, a Sanibel musician and entertainer. will dedicate this year's charity donations will go to F.I.SH of Sanibel. more »»

DDWS announces ‘Ding’ Days photo contest winners

November 5, 2014 “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society-Friends of the Refuge (DDWS) announced the winners of its 27th annual “Ding” Darling Days Amateur Nature Photography Contest at a special Conservation Art Day... more »»

Sanibel Captiva Art League Paint Outs begin Nov. 6

November 5, 2014 Feeling a little van Gogh lately? Well, dust off your paint brushes and canvases; it’s that time again to gather with fellow artists in the great outdoors. more »»

Theater Review: Buddy story rockin’ the Broadway Palm

November 5, 2014 Broadway Palm’s 161st production is of “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story,” a rockin’ and rollin’, toe-tappin’, rousing success, thanks not only to that talented Director/Choreographer Amy Marie McCLeary... more »»

Out with the old...in with the old

October 29, 2014 A piece of old, dried out drywall with kid drawings on it. An old VHS tape, more than partially unraveled. Some old vinyl records. more »»

Islander’s shell blog celebrates five years, worldwide feedback

October 29, 2014 Here’s how Pam Rambo spends a morning in Sanibel on her laptop: “After a week sailing, snorkeling and beach combing in the Bahamas, I’m feeling in the pink. more »»

Energized volunteer refuses to allow obstacles to slow her joy for song

October 29, 2014 It seems that every corner turned in Sanibel, Debby Dorr is there; as founder and director of the Community Youth Chorus and founder in Sanibel of the Sing 4 Joy summer and afterschool children’s... more »»

Bailey Fest returns for 29th season

October 22, 2014 It was billed in 1985 as Sam Bailey’s way of giving back to the community. The 29th annual Bailey Fest returns Oct. 26. more »»

Don’t miss the Petticoat Painters exhibit at BIG ARTS Founders Gallery

October 22, 2014 Celebrating their 60-year anniversary, the Petticoat Painters open at BIG ARTS this week. more »»

Island merchants preserve history with wall art

October 14, 2014 When Alison and Blaine Dry began to renovate the building for their then new Cip’s Place cafe in 2010, they were surprised at the number one request. more »»

Rauschenberg exhibit to celebrate artist’s birthday

October 8, 2014 Florida SouthWestern State College and lead sponsor FineMark National Bank & Trust announce the first solo exhibition of world renowned artist Robert Rauschenberg since his memorial at the Bob... more »»

Teen describes her role in documentary, life in Sanibel

October 1, 2014 Despite her best efforts to remain in the background, Jessica Andrews has emerged in full public view. more »»

Ding photo contest draws wealth of talent

October 1, 2014 Point and shoot has a different connotation in Sanibel. Some 118 amateurs have turned in their work for the annual J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge photography contest. more »»

LIONS Club inaugural ‘Eye Ball’ scheduled for Nov. 7

September 24, 2014 For the first time ever, the Sanibel-Captiva LIONS Club, a non-profit organization, will be hosting an “Eye Ball. more »»

Galloway Captiva Tri huge in its fourth year

September 24, 2014 The Galloway Captiva Tri race Sept. 13-14 featured more than a 1,000 participants. The Saturday race was for youngsters, older athletes Sunday. more »»

Author’s visit coincides with Rauschenberg anniversary

September 24, 2014 The Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at Florida SouthWestern State College announces that Dave Hickey, perhaps the most highly-revered, widely-read and provocative writer addressing cultural issues today,... more »»

Women’s tennis returns to South Seas in November

September 24, 2014 Returning to Captiva this November will be the South Seas Island Resort Women’s Pro Classic $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit Event. The event runs Nov. 2-9. more »»

 
 

 

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