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There are many things that go on this time of year. The Easter Bunny loves to have fun in the sun!

There are several festivals that go on before he even arrives. This year the Children’s Education Center of the Island is doing their 25th...

Each summer we have families flock to Sanibel Island so their kids can attend Sanibel Sea School’s summer camp programs. For those unaware, Sanibel Sea School is dedicated to teaching children and adults about marine ecosystems. They give students the opportunity to touch, feel and...

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Bailey Homestead Preserve: This is home to the Native Landscapes & Garden Center. It is the newest acquisition to SCCF. The front 9 acres that run along Periwinkle Way are open to the public. This trail is called Shipley Trail, it opened in...

Now that you have arrived here on the Island, the next thing to do is to go enjoy the beach. You may be asking yourself what is the best way to do that.

Well, the first thing to do is wake up in one of...

This year marks the 11th season for the Sanibel Farmers Market. The market takes place each Sunday from 8am to 1pm at the Sanibel City Hall (located at 800 Dunlop Road) from October through May. It is organized by Local Roots, co-owned by island residents...

10. Windsurf / Kite Board: Whether you want to be attached to a kite or sail, the Sanibel Causeway with its winds is the place you want to be. You can see many surfers just off Island A on a windy day.

9. Kayak /...

There is the short history of shelling on Sanibel. The Island ranks in the top 3 world destinations for shelling and for many, that is all they know and all they need to know.

 When you take a Sanibel beach walk, you will be greeted...

It is that time of year again, those months when we are on alert for tropical storms and hurricanes passing by or even actually visiting our beautiful barrier island.

Even though they rarely hit, the fact that they just might has an impact. Oh yes,...

Some people may think that Sanibel is a ghost town in the Summer, and there is no denying it can get pretty hot and humid. These temperatures keep visitors in the Gulf, in the pool or in the air conditioning during the hottest hours.

But,...

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