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Sanibel Sea School offers slew of adult programs

January 11, 2017 Adults will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge this winter through the Sanibel Sea School’s Barefoot Academy. more »»

The Southwest Florida Symphony hosts ‘The Seasons: Vivaldi & Piazzolla’ at BIG ARTS

January 11, 2017 Prolific violinist Timothy Chooi will make his first-ever Florida debut alongside piano and harpsichord player Alexandra Carlson at BIG ARTS’ Schein Hall Thursday, Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Twilight Talks return for sixth season

January 11, 2017 The Twilight Talks at the Sanibel Historical Museum & Village are returning for their sixth consecutive year. The program began in 2011 after Emilie Alfino became the museum manager. more »»

Sanibel resident debuts new book

January 11, 2017 Local writer and author, Chelle Koster Walton, highlights some of her favorite spots in Southwest Florida in her newest book, “Explorer’s Guide Sarasota, Sanibel Island, & Naples. more »»

South Seas Island Resort to hold sea level rise symposium

January 11, 2017 To educate the public on the effects of sea level rise, the Captiva Community Panel will hold its first “Now In My Back Yard” symposium at the South Seas Conference Center Jan. 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. more »»

CROW kicks off speaker series next week

January 4, 2017 The popular speaker series at the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife will kick off next week with a packed schedule through April. CROW Hospital Director Dr. more »»

SCCF welcomes Everglades conference

January 4, 2017 Efforts to educate the public about water quality issues and the importance of the Everglades will kick off the new year. more »»

Artist Myra Roberts’ next show is in Naples

January 4, 2017 A conversation that sparked during the preview of 2016 WGCU MAKERS video, turned into a gallery opening in Naples for one Sanibel artist. more »»

Art exhibit features Captiva

January 4, 2017 “Capture Captiva,” a juried art exhibit, presented by the Captiva Civic Association, is open to the public through Jan. 12. An opening reception was held last month on De. more »»

Energy Medicine Workshops to be held at Community House

January 4, 2017 A matrimonial lawyer for more than 30 years eventually became very fatigued from the countless hours spent in the courtroom, which ultimately resulted in a new career, one of which teaches others... more »»

Sanibel Public Library holds 12th annual book sale

January 4, 2017 The highly anticipated $1 book sale is back at the Sanibel Public Library. Starting yesterday, patrons have the chance to fill up a bag of books, magazines, audio books, DVDs and videos for just $1. more »»

Stories for Grownups returns to Sanibel Library

January 4, 2017 Sidney Simon said that his itch for telling stories originated in the classroom. “I knew nothing would grab the students more than a good story,” Simon said. more »»

Beach tilling scheduled to begin Jan. 9 on Captiva

January 4, 2017 To assist with helping sea turtle nesting, which begins May 1, the Captiva Erosion Prevention District will till the sand placed in 2013-2014 renourishment project on Captiva beginning the morning o... more »»

Free Fly Fishing Expo offered for community

December 28, 2016 By MEGHAN McCOY An expo geared around fly fishing will be held in Fort Myers full of demonstrations and lessons to show the community what the sport has to offer. more »»

Explorers to remain open throughout Marine Lab construction

December 28, 2016 Although construction is occupying a portion of the Tarpon Bay Recreation Area for the new Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation Marine Lab, Tarpon Bay Explorers will remain open providing all of... more »»

Christmas Bird Count: More than 10,000 tallied

December 28, 2016 An enthusiasm flowed from the parking lot surrounding the J.N. more »»

Florida panthers, conservation photography are new programs at SCCF

December 28, 2016 By MEGHAN McCOY The Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation is offering new programs this winter in celebration of its 50th anniversary of incorporation. more »»

Manatee mortality rate jumped this year

December 28, 2016 According to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, a total of 494 manatees in Florida have died this year as of Dec. 16. more »»

Sanibel Dance, Pilates and Yoga offers something for everyone

December 28, 2016 Sanibel Dance, Pilates and Yoga will be offering a variety of classes for children and adults beginning Tuesday, Jan. 24. more »»

Capt. Bob Rando of Captiva Cruises carries on Paul McCarthy’s legacy

December 28, 2016 Twenty-four years ago, Senior Captain of Captiva Cruises Bob Rando moved to Florida from Boston in search of warmer weather. more »»



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