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Southern Living Magazine cover March 2021
Admit it...don't you love it when your hometown or your favorite place gets mentioned in a nationwide medium (when it's GOOD news, of course).  That's how we feel about a recent article in Southern Living magazine.
It starts off by interviewing a couple who discovered...
Sanibel Shells

At least, that’s how we see it.

Since the beginning of 2021, Sanibel Holiday has booked literally hundreds of new reservations, most of which are for the winter and spring months.  By the time you read this, that number will surely reach 1000! (And it...

SanCap Motor Club

Sanibel Island…home of sand, surf, shells…and ‘Stangs?

Yes, once a month, the San Cap Motor Club converges on Periwinkle Place shopping center with some classic domestic and foreign vehicles (past and present) on display in the front parking lot.  Everyone is welcome to stop by...

Sanibel Luminary 2020

Like the Taste of the Islands, Sanibel and Captiva’s Luminary Festival has been reimagined for 2020.

As many recall, the islands celebrate the first weekend of December (Sanibel on Friday night, Captiva on Saturday night) with the official holiday lighting of Periwinkle Way (including luminary...

Turkey on the beach

2020 is starting to look and feel like 1621:

The Pilgrims left for the New World to be away from the monarchy and religious persecution; many celebrities threatened to move to Canada or Australia if Donald Trump was re-elected.

Settlers survived a harsh winter and...

Taste of the Islands Reimagined 2020

Taste of the Islands 2020

We recently reported that this year’s Taste of the Islands celebration has been “Reimagined” in the wake of social distancing and Coronavirus.  This week, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) released their schedule of participating restaurants in the...

Little Free Library

Sanibel recently became part of a special movement to promote reading amongst young and old alike.  The Little Free Library is a non-profit organization of small “bookhouses” in community locations open 24/7.  People can take a book for any length of time (or keep them)...

Fort Myers FL area holiday events not to be missed

The year may be winding down, but there’s still plenty to celebrate, even in the year 2020 has become.  Among the best news to share is that the Sanibel Farmer’s Market will be open for its 2020/2021 season starting this coming Sunday, October 4!

Located...

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