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Benefit to raise money for island man, local music legend

August 28, 2013 The American Legion is hosting a benefit for Jim Welker, a honkty-tonk player and 42 year resident of Sanibel Island, who has been in intensive care for nearly a month. more »»

Hannah Smith returns in Randy Wayne White's 'Deceived'

August 27, 2013 Bestselling author Randy Wayne White may be one of the most prolific thriller-writers on the market today, of course, inspiration isn't hard to find when a writer's office overlooks a tropical... more »»

Sanibel PTA welcomes new families to school

August 21, 2013 The Sanibel School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) held its Welcome Back Coffee event earlier this month. The school welcomed 58 total new families, including 36 new Kindergarten families. more »»

Islanders invited to clean out local thrift shop during Bag Day

August 14, 2013 If decades of experience have taught volunteers at the Noah's Ark Thrift Shop one thing, it's to expect the shop to be packed on Bag Day. more »»

Dancers from Enchanted Ballroom win big in Viva Las Vegas

August 6, 2013 Enchanted Ballroom brought home the gold from Viva Las Vegas, a dance competition in “Sin City. more »»

New workshops featured at BIG ARTS

July 31, 2013 BIG ARTS is pleased to announce enrollment for the 2013-2014 season of workshops. more »»

Island poet and columnist publishes third book

July 24, 2013 Joe Pacheco's newest book of poetry sings of life on Sanibel Island. “Sanibel Joe's Songbook” was recently published by Limitless Press and is available in island bookstores. more »»

Campers at BIG ARTS present 'The Beach Party' to parents and friends

July 24, 2013 Rather than watching movies or playing video games over the summer, campers at BIG ARTS are exposed to multiple forms of art they might not even encounter during the school year. more »»

Community Youth Chorus announces new island rehearsal space

July 17, 2013 The Community Youth Chorus is holding rehearsals on Aug. 5 for island children looking to perform and learn about musi. more »»

Beach fishing tournament to benefit Hope Hospice

July 10, 2013 Each year the Fillet & Release Fishing Tournament benefits Hope Hospice and its services in Southwest Florida. more »»

New and improved Sundial Resort open to the public

June 19, 2013 After nearly six months of renovations, the Sundial Beach Resort and Spa opened to the public last week with live entertainment and drink specials. more »»

American Legion benefit raises thousands for Godfrey family

June 6, 2013 Friends and family of Melissa and Dave Godfrey were overwhelmed with the outpouring of community support at an American Legion fundraiser to benefit her on June 2. more »»

Myra Roberts unveils new collection at Lily & Co

February 8, 2013 Sanibel artist Myra Roberts will unveil her new collection during a cocktail reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Feb. 15 at Lily & Co Jewelry Gallery. more »»

CROW's Holly Ball a success

December 21, 2012 Guests of the Holly Ball, which raised significant funds for the patients of the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, proved to be a festive evening at the Sanctuary Golf Club. more »»

Waston MacRae opens 'Peaceable Kingdom' exhibit

December 21, 2012 Watson MacRae Gallery on Sanibel Island has opened the “Peaceable Kingdom” exhibit that is inspired by “The Peaceable Kingdom” series from the painter Edward Hicks. more »»

Hirdie Girdie Art Gallery opens for season

November 13, 2012 The artists of Hirdie-Girdie Art Gallery -- at the corner of Tarpon Bay Road and Library Way -- has rolled out the welcome mat for another season. more »»

Watson MacRae expands in time for season

November 9, 2012 Maureen Watson opened her art gallery, Watson MacRae, with the hopes of making it one year. more »»

Wines in the Wild: Toasting to our good nature

October 26, 2012 For the past 5 years, Wines in the Wild has been pairing oenophiles and nature-lovers together under the banner of the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation. more »»

Cracker Fest lends helping hand

October 19, 2012 Florida cracker refers to original colonial-era English and American pioneer settlers in the stat. more »»

'Ding' Darling Days: Let's Go Outside

September 27, 2012 The 23rd annual "Ding" Darling Days celebrates National Wildlife Week and the birthday of the refuge's namesake, father of the Federal Duck Stamp program and Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jay N. more »»



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