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Taste of the Islands 2019

Sunday, November 10 is the day…to bring your appetite!

CROW (Clinic for the Rehabilitation Of Wildlife) presents the 38th Annual Taste of the Islands festival at the Sanibel Community Park, featuring no less than fourteen Sanibel and Captiva restaurants offering their finest selections.

The Taste...

Sanibel Luminary

It’s THAT time of year again, and it’s sooner than you think…No, not THAT event!  If you are on the islands the first week of December, you know that the annual Luminary Festival and Holiday Stroll will be upon us for its 35th year!

The...

Blues

November in the North is considered slow and boring….the leaves have fallen, it’s getting colder, and it’s weeks before Thanksgiving.

But on Sanibel, November starts heating up with the 4th annual Blues and Jazz Festival on Sunday, November 3. Presented by the Sanibel-Captiva Optimist Club,...

Sanibel Farmers Market

Most of Sanibel Holiday’s guests arrive on Saturdays. If there’s one thing we are sure to mention as you check in, it’s to head for the Farmer’s Market the following Sunday.

We are VERY happy to announce that the Sanibel Farmer’s Market returns Sunday, October...

Big Arts

Sanibel has been widely known not only for its beaches and connection to nature, but has also been home to the BIG ARTS (Barrier Island Group for the Arts) program bringing performing arts, galleries of fine art, educational programs, select films and documentaries, and community...

One of the major attractions on Sanibel (besides the shells) is the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge, a Federal Wilderness Area meant to be a habitat for migratory birds and other area species, especially threatened and endangered.  It’s named after political cartoonist and conservationist...

Southwest Florida (especially the coast) counted themselves fortunate, as Hurricane Dorian eventually made a turn to the northwest (as expected) and may only brush along the east coast from Florida all the way to North Carolina as it weakens.  Of course, our thoughts are with...

It’s one of the most common questions we get on Sanibel Island…people come from all over the world to collect the millions of shells that wash up on our 14 miles of Gulf shores, but they want to know where they can find the most...

September in Southwest Florida is one of the hottest venues around.  We don’t mean the temperature, though it’s STILL plenty warm down here.  Captiva Island helps kick off the 6th Annual Island Hopper Songwriter Fest on September 20 – 23 before moving on to Fort...

Tween Waters Crab Races

“It’s the stupidest thing you’ve ever seen.” That’s the tagline by self-appointed Crab Racing Commissioner Tim Jardas.  Since 1984, he has hosted his unique style of hermit crab racing blended with comedy at the Crow’s Nest in the Tween Waters Resort on Captiva.

Every Monday...

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