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August 20, 2019 Free breakfast, lunch at all public schools The School District of Lee County reported that breakfast and lunch will be free of charge at all 79 traditional Lee County public schools for the... more »»

American Legion

August 20, 2019 American Legion Post 123, at 4929 Sanibel-Captiva Road, Sanibel, presents the following: - Aug. 25: Barbecue ribs and chicken from noon to 8 p.m. Food is served from 11 a.m. to 8 p.. more »»

Paddling Tip of the Week

August 20, 2019 Quieter and less startling to fish than a motorized vessel, a kayak is a good angler’s hidden secret. more »»

Let's go

August 20, 2019 In collaboration with Hodges University, F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva will offer a community presentation, “Dieting — Too Many Choices!,” on Aug. 22 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. more »»

Island Calendar

August 20, 2019 THURSDAY, AUG. more »»

CROW Calendar of Events

August 20, 2019 WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21 - Wildlife Walk with Rehabilitators and Staff from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.. more »»

The Community House

August 20, 2019 The Community House, at 2173 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, presents the following: Culinary Social Class Resident Chef Jarred Harris will host a Culinary Social Class on Aug. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. more »»

Escape the summer heat at the Sanibel library

August 16, 2019 The Sanibel Public Library’s annual summer reading program has come to a clos. more »»

F.I.S.H., CFI collaborate to help island neighbors

August 16, 2019 Through a one-year grant awarded by the Charitable Foundation of the Islands, F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva is able to help island residents and workers through its Helping Hands Program. more »»

City, police offer tips to keep students safe

August 16, 2019 The city of Sanibel reported that classes resumed on Aug. 12 at The Sanibel Sea School. The community is being asked to do its part to help keep the students safe. more »»

Author releases first historical novel

August 16, 2019 Island author and historian Betty Anholt recently published her first historical novel, “Turtle Coast,” based on the waterways of the island coast. more »»

Annual repairs began on city's SUP

August 16, 2019 The city of Sanibel's annual repairs to the Shared Use Paths will begin on Aug. 19. For safety, the areas under repair will be barricaded off from users. more »»

SCCF works with charter boat captain to rescue sea turtle

August 14, 2019 On Aug. 9, the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Sea Turtle Hotline received a call that local boat charter Capt. Dayron Plana observed a loggerhead sea turtle struggling to dive. more »»

Work to begin on new 'Ding' Studio Exhibit

August 14, 2019 This month, construction will begin on a remastered exhibit in the Visitor & Education Center at the J.. more »»

CROW open to visitors during holiday weekend

August 14, 2019 In honor of the Labor Day weekend, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife's AWC Visitor Education Center will be open on Aug. 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

UPDATE: Comment period on proposed LORS deviation extended

August 14, 2019 UPDATE: Comment period on proposed LORS deviation extended The U.S. more »»

Celebrity python hunter, scientist headline on ‘Ding’ Darling Day

August 14, 2019 Everglades Burmese python hunter Dusty “Wildman” Crum has appeared in a number of television spots, including the “Today Show” in 2017, “Swamp Mysteries” on the History Channel in 2018 and, most... more »»

New roof goes up at BIG ARTS

August 14, 2019 BIG ARTS provided an update on its “Continue the DREAM” construction project. more »»

F.I.S.H. helping to strengthen work force skills through education

August 14, 2019 Many who enroll in continuing education programs make time to attend classes because they understand higher education provides a pathway to upward mobility and improving the future of themselves and... more »»

Campers attend Remora Week at Sanibel Sea School

August 14, 2019 Remora Week at the Sanibel Sea School was a celebration of one very strange fish. Remoras, also known as sucker fish, have a modified fin on the top of their head that acts as a suction cu. more »»



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