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Island Inn Road reopens to pedestrian, bicycle traffic

January 19, 2018 The city of Sanibel announced today that that the stretch of Island Inn Road immediately west of Tarpon Bay Road has been reopened for pedestrian and bicycle use only. more »»

Island vacationer hopes to find her mother's lost wedding band

January 18, 2018 A woman who recently visited Sanibel and Captiva is asking for the community's help to hopefully locate her mother's wedding band that she lost during the trip. Karen Horetsky, from Middleton, Pa. more »»

Sanibel Community House Fine Art Festival to feature over 50 artists

January 17, 2018 Dozens of artists will have their work on display during an annual festival set for Jan. 19-20. more »»

Lunch and design ideas offered during workshops at Community House

January 17, 2018 Join Decorating Den Interiors once a month through April for a special afternoon luncheon and workshop at The Community House. more »»

Community feedback sought as panel delves into Captiva Code

January 17, 2018 The Captiva Community Panel is seeking input from the community on what issues it believes are important as the members move forward with their work of updating the Captiva Code. At its Jan. more »»

Captiva Community Panel committee provides update on wastewater study

January 17, 2018 The agenda for the Captiva Island Wastewater Alternative Study is in the hands of Lee County officials, with a workshop with the Lee County Commission tentatively to be set up in the coming months. more »»

Volunteers put in the work to make SWFL Chef Invitational top notch

January 17, 2018 The Community House is preparing to hold its first-ever SWFL Chef Invitational, and the volunteers for the organization are putting in the time and effort to ensure that it is a big success. more »»

Over $4M in total damages expected from Irma

January 17, 2018 The city of Sanibel is estimating the total damages from Hurricane Irma to top $4 million. At the Sanibel City Council’s meeting on Jan. more »»

Committee recommends status quo on compensation, terms

January 17, 2018 The Sanibel Charter Review Committee moved to recommend no term limits nor compensation for both city council members and planning commissioners during its first meeting of the new year. more »»

Council given update on water quality issues

January 17, 2018 The Sanibel City Council unanimously approved two resolutions opposing changes to Lee County’s code regarding septic tanks and the allowance of offshore drilling in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. more »»

New intern starts at CROW

January 17, 2018 As a young girl, the new CROW veterinarian intern always loved being out in nature, seeing wildlife in its natural settings. more »»

Harry Maurer to provide comedy, magic at Community House event

January 17, 2018 An interest in becoming an architect slowly shifted when the would-be designer discovered that magic opportunities were always present and so much more fun. more »»

Smith keeps seat on council; no special election required

January 16, 2018 One Sanibel City Council member will not have to vie to retain her seat in a special election. The city of Sanibel held a one-week qualifying period from Jan. 8 to Jan. more »»

Sanibel Health Club offers free class demos and more at annual Community Fitness & Health Fair

January 10, 2018 To kick off the new year, the Sanibel Health Club will hold its 5th annual Community Fitness & Health Fair Saturday, Jan. 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Tower Gallery holds art show to benefit Zonta

January 10, 2018 To help raise money for the Zonta Club of Sanibel-Captiva, Tower Gallery will hold its Tower Gives Back event Thursday, Jan. 11, from 5 to 9 p.. more »»

CROW celebrates golden anniversary

January 10, 2018 Like many nonprofit organizations, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, formed out of a necessity after one individual wanted to help an injured bird, but had no place to take i. more »»

Garden Grow series offered at Community House

January 10, 2018 A new series, “How Does your Garden Grow,” — designed to explain and demonstrate commitment to farm to table cooking — is set to kick off next week at the Sanibel Community House. more »»

Sea School offers hands-on ocean experience to students

January 10, 2018 Last month the Sanibel Sea School treated elementary aged children to Bunche Beach Preserve as an extension of what they learned in the classroom, complete with hands-on experiences. more »»

UPDATE: Advisory lifted for Tarpon Bay Beach

January 9, 2018 UPDATE: The Florida Department of Health in Lee County is removing its advisory regarding high bacteria levels at Tarpon Bay Beach. more »»

Sanibel reminds community of holiday decoration regulations

January 9, 2018 As a reminder to Sanibel homeowners and businesses, holiday decorations, lighting and displays which are clearly incidental, customary and commonly associated with any national, local or religious... more »»

 
 

 

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