Archive for February, 2013

Sanibel Shell Fair

Mark your calendars! The annual Shell Fair and Show returns to the Sanibel Community Center March 7-9. There will be prize-winning shell specimens on display, educational exhibits, plus lots of shell arts and crafts. You can always find some unique items at the show. It runs all day Thursday, Friday and Saturday. See you there! Read More »


Sanibel and Captiva Real Estate Market

Just a heads up that over the last six weeks, and especially the last two weeks, we have been experiencing what I will call a feeding frenzy with a large volume of properties in all price ranges selling. It has been amazing. If this continues and it most likely will for at least the next eight weeks of high season,... Read More »


Blind Pass Dredging

The process of keeping Blind Pass open continues. Beginning today, the Lee County Department of Natural Resources’ contractor will begin maintenance dredging along the inside of Blind Pass (north side of bridge). Beach surveys are underway and construction equipment began setting the dredge pipe this week. Approximately 40,000 cubic yards of sand will be removed from the inside of the... Read More »


Sanibel Beach Walks

Located at 3111 West Gulf Drive, ths Island Inn will be hosting SCCF (Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation) beach Walks on Tuesdays at 10AM. The guided walks will teach beachcombers to identify and learn about the local tides, currents and winds and their effect on our beaches. Walks are currently scheduled for February 12 and 26, March 5 and 19. Call... Read More »


Spamalot

I had been hearing rave reviews for the local production of Spamalot, currently playing at the Herb Strauss Theater on Sanibel. According to the Big Arts program, it is the “winner of the 2005 Tony┬« for Best Musical and tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and his knights of the Round Table. Featuring a bevy of beautiful show girls,... Read More »