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Common loon released at South Seas

April 5, 2017 A common loon, which visited the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife hospital twice last month, was released on the beach of South Seas Island Resort last Thursday. more »»

Sanibel Sea School offering SUP classes, rentals

April 5, 2017 The idea of getting people to explore the ocean in a different way has Sanibel Sea School Outdoor Educator and SUP Coordinator Spencer Richardson excited about the organizations new offering -... more »»

SanCap Cares raises money for new children’s hospital

April 5, 2017 A dream that is over a decade in the making is finally coming to fruition for one Sanibel organization. more »»

2017 Florida Junior Duck Stamp winner announced at ‘Ding’

April 5, 2017 Faith Noelle Malfa of Palm Harbor won Best of Show during the Florida Junior Duck Stamp competition that was held at J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on March 30. J.N. more »»

Artist for a lifetime: Jim Sprankle

April 5, 2017 To say Jim Sprankle has had an illustrious career would be an understatemen. more »»

Sanibel School’s Spring Music Showcase to grace Schein Hall

April 5, 2017 The Sanibel School’s Spring Music Showcase will feature a few ensembles comprised of nearly 80 students at BIG ARTS Schein Hall tomorrow night. more »»

Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with MacIntosh

April 5, 2017 An event to help celebrate “community centers and local anchors run by passionate readers” will take place at MacIntosh Books & Paper later this month. more »»

Sanibel-Captiva Art League gives to F.I.S.H.

April 5, 2017 For over 20 years, The Sanibel-Captiva Art League has been painting Bailey’s General Store grocery bags to raise money for local charity organizations on the island. more »»

Ruane re-elected as mayor, Denham vice mayor

March 29, 2017 Kevin Ruane was re-elected as the mayor and Mick Denham as the vice mayor following an oath of office last Tuesday, which welcomed Jason Maughan as the newly elected council member. more »»

G. Love and Special Sauce headlines annual SCCF fundraising event

March 29, 2017 A national touring three-piece band will make a stop on Sanibel Saturday, April 15 during the 6th annual Beer in the Bushes, a Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation fundraising even. more »»

Draper addresses water issues during COTI meeting

March 29, 2017 Audubon Florida Executive Director Eric Draper began his presentation at the Committee of the Islands annual meeting by sharing that he thinks it is important to look at the path taken by those in... more »»

Lee County commissioners approve three Conservation 20/20 purchases

March 29, 2017 The “Ding Darling” Wildlife Refuge will now have a buffer in perpetuit. more »»

Conservation consciousness topic of SCCF program

March 29, 2017 With the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation celebrating its 50th year this year, a special program was offered at the Nature Center last Tuesday to highlight how the conservation consciousness... more »»

Sanibel residents get Blind Pass update

March 29, 2017 Sanibel residents are going to have a great deal of input in regards to the Blind Pass inlet, the problem will be finding a solution that doesn’t cause five or six mor. more »»

Tomstock X to benefit Miles of Smiles

March 29, 2017 Tomstock X, an all day music festival featuring seven local cover bands, has chosen to support the nonprofit organization, Miles of Smiles, this year. more »»

Pine Manor kids spend day with Sanibel Sea School

March 29, 2017 Six teenagers were treated to a day at the beach with Sanibel Sea School educators, providing them with an opportunity to become intimate with the ocean while learning about the many creatures that... more »»

‘Blues by the Bay’ raises money for Harlem Heights youth

March 29, 2017 To raise money for at-risk youth living in the Harlem Heights neighborhood in Fort Myers, The Heights Foundation has joined forces with local restaurants to host its third annual “Blues by the Bay... more »»

BIG ARTS wraps up the season with ‘Nunsense’

March 29, 2017 For those who have yet to see “Nunsense,” BIG ARTS' Artistic Director Bobby Logue describes it as hilarious. “The show is very, very alive in the sense that the energy is palpable on stage. more »»

Stephen Plein leads by example

March 29, 2017 With ocean advocacy in mind, Stephen Plein, owner of New Wave Eco Charters, set out to start his own charter business last year. more »»

Captiva Island Fire District holds open house, gets brand new engine

March 29, 2017 Captiva Island Fire District’s newest engine will be on display for the public to see during their open house which will be held Saturday, April 1, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more »»



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