2017 Spring Newsletter

Sanibel Island real estate is only getting better! Read about the latest Sanibel Island news on our real estate market newsletter! Read More »


Transportation Help – Another great reason to live on Sanibel!

FISH (Friends In Service Here) of Sanibel is a service resource that provides help for those who need it. They provide over 40 different free services by volunteers who make themselves available to help their neighbors. Transportation is one of those services. If you need to do some banking, grocery shopping, or get your hair cut, FISH can help. They... Read More »


Public Service Award to Mayor Ruane

The 32nd annual conference of the Everglades Coalition chose Sanibel’s Mayor Ruane to receive their James D. Webb public Service Award. His active support for the conservation and restoration of the Everglades has resulted in an elevated role for Florida cities moving forward with new energy and new partners. This is an important issue for the state since both its... Read More »


SCCF MARINE LAB CONSTRUCTION

The $1.6 million dollar SCCF marine laboratory’s construction is well underway. The first week of June should see the first level floor being installed and framing should start around July 4th. The anticipated completion date is December. The new building includes an outdoor experimentation area with tanks and running sea water which will allow staff to conduct on site research. Read More »


Events for Gardeners

Most cities have a Parks and Recreation Department to maintain public recreation areas. Sanibel, in keeping with its culture, has a Department of Natural Resources within which is the Vegetation Committee. The committee can be a big helpmate to you in the proper planting and care of native vegetation. They will help you learn about the plants – which ones... Read More »


Great Library Programs

The Sanibel Library is a treasure that has consistently been recognized by professional organizations as a significant contributor to the community. It is loaded with books, periodicals, videos, tapes and displays by various island organizations. There are e-books and e-magazines that can be downloaded from their e-shelf to your iPad or iPhone. It has wonderful programs for children, both readers... Read More »


2017 Winter Newsletter

The real estate market is looking better than ever before. Find out why in the Winter edition of the Schuldenfrei Report. Read More »


Cooking Classes on Sanibel

The Culinary Education Center is now offering cooking classes at the Community House. These classes accommodate up to 20 people and are hands-on. Children’s classes are offered once weekly. Everyone is welcome! Visit www.sanibelcommunityhouse.net for a full listing of classes and demonstrations scheduled. Read More »


Sanibel Farmers Market Is Back

Every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall parking area. The market sells produce and artisan products that are grown or mad locally. It’s been operating for a number of years now and has had a wonderful consumer response. This year there is a second vendor of fresh produce. The Community Church has collaborated with Worden Farms... Read More »


Go To The Movies At Ding Darling

The fifth annual Ding Darling Wednesday Film series is continuing through April, 2017. The films are shown bi-weekly at the Visitor and Education Center starting at 1 p.m. There are a full range of topics covered in the films. Seating is limited and on a first-come basis, so get there early. A full description of the schedule and the films... Read More »