Category Archives: Articles of Interest

LAPTOP LENDING MACHINE NOW AT THE SANIBEL PUBLIC LIBRARY

Library cardholders can now check out a Dell laptop or MacBook Air via the TECH IT OUT Kiosk.    All devices offer cloud-based word processing, mobile apps and are connected to the library’s free Wi-Fi.  The Sanibel Public Library is the first in the state to offer this service to it’s members thanks to a pilot program funded in part by... Read More »


RARE GREAT WHITE SOUTH AFRICAN PELICAN SPOTTED ON SANIBEL

A very rare Great White South African Pelican was spotted at Ding Darling on Sanibel Island.  Photos were taken on February 29, 2016 between 2:30pm and 3:00pm by Roberta Schuldenfrei. Read More »


Have You Heard About the Hotsheet?

Searching for your perfect house or condominium is an exciting time. But it can also be challenging and time consuming. David realizes this and is offering his help with a special resource that makes the search for island properties easier. Its called The Schuldenfrei Hotsheet. It provides you with timely and helpful information that you can use at your convenience... Read More »


Eaglet treated by CROW

Eaglet E8 was recently hospitalized at CROW after an observer noticed the baby had monofilament wrapped around it’s leg.  Dr. Barron was given permission from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife and the Florida Fish and Wildlife to remove the eaglet and treat it’s swollen leg.  Luckily the baby suffered only minor tissue damage and has been returned to it’s nest.  You can see... Read More »


Blind Pass Condos – One of the Biggest Secrets on Sanibel

Tucked away on the north end of Sanibel, away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, is a truly great, real estate value. It’s a secluded paradise called Blind Pass – a condo complex of seven low-rise buildings surrounded by gorgeous scenery and endless palm trees. It looks like an island hide-away should – tropical and friendly with Tahiti-like buildings,... Read More »


Santa Cruise – Bring the kids!!

Adventures in Paradise is offering “Santa’s Dolphin and Wildlife Cruise” on the “Dolphin Waters”, a 45′ Corinthian Power Catamaran.  The ship sails Wednesday December 24th from 10:00am to 11:30am.  Santa will be waiting on Picnic Island with gifts for all the children.  Come treat yourself and your family to a fun sightseeing adventure.  Visit AdventuresInParadise.com for more information. Read More »


Farmers Market Returns!

The Sanibel Island Farmers Market is being held on the City Hall grounds at 800 Dunlop Road every Sunday from October 4th through April 24th.  Open from 8am to 1pm, this market features some of the best produce, seafood, flowers, baked goods and other assorted delicacies you can find on the island.   There is truly something for everyone here so bring the whole family! Read More »


Free Wildlife Drive Access During “Ding” Days

Come out and enjoy the natural beauty of our barrier island for free! The JN “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel will be celebrating National Wildlife Refuge Week by allowing complimentary admission for pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicular traffic on Sunday October 18th and Saturday October 24th. For more information go to www.dingdarlingdays.com. Read More »


WaterVentures Florida’s Learning Lab to visit Sanibel

WaterVentures Florida’s Learning Lab will be spending Thursday August 20th at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum from 10:00am to 5:00pm. The semi trailer features exhibits designed to education children about water conservation, Florida freshwater systems and becoming responsible citizens. For more information about the Learning Lab visit www.waterventures.us. Read More »


4th of July Celebration

South Seas Island Resort on Captiva is hosting several activities over the holiday weekend to celebrate the 4th of July. First up is the 7th Annual Hot Dog Eating Competition followed by a Red, White and “Boom” Party featuring music, children’s activities and plenty of food and beverages. Saturday will offer a patriotic golf cart parade, live DJ entertainment, “Sunset... Read More »