Just a smile for all of you beach nuts out there! » Read more
It was another awesome night for spaghetti lovers on Sanibel. Over 1,200 residents and vacationers nixed eating-in and stood patiently in line for their turn at the annual all-you-can-eat Kiwanis spaghetti dinner.
Diners were treated to an awesome homemade Italian feast of pasta and meatballs served with the Kiwanis’s famous zesty marinara sauce; salad, toasted garlic bread, and soda or wine, » Read more
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Crown Bowman’s Beach a winner of the “Best East Coast Beaches in America” contest sponsored by USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice.
The love of shelling typically attracts up to 6,000 attendees over the course of three days every year who attend the Sanibel Shell Festival, and this year’s event held last weekend — for the 79th consecutive year — was no exception.
As our friends at “The Islander” explain:
“It actually started at the Island Inn as the first show. That was back in the day when people would come for extended stays and of course shelling was a big part of their adventure. » Read more
A dog’s life is a good life. A pair of Weimaraner dogs are “living the life” as they tool around Sanibel in the backseat of a chauffeured vintage Porsche.
Caught on camera while parked at Bailey’s Center, these two “royal” canines will soon be on their way in style, enjoying the pleasures of another Sanibel winter day. » Read more
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Once again, we need to thank our gracious owner Nancy G. for this gorgeous Amaryllis plant. Not only did it brighten our days, but it wowed many a guest as they arrived to Ocean’s Reach this winter.
Nancy has been treating us to this gorgeous flora for years. This year’s bloom featured both an Amaryllis Aphrodite and an Amaryllis White Nymph.
The Double Blooming Amaryllis Aphrodite is named for the Greek goddess of love and beauty, » Read more
Spend an evening with Nick Cafardo, best known as a national baseball columnist for the Boston Globe, MLB Network insider and contributor for NESN’s Red Sox pre-game show.
Nick is sure to entertain with stories on the Boston Red Sox and the upcoming 2016 baseball season.
He’ll be speaking at The Sanibel Community on Thursday, March 10th, at 7pm. » Read more
Typically a sign of tall woods and water, look skyward to see this bird
perched on tree branches or palm fronds. Recently our Grove’s coconut palm
tree was the perch for the hawk’s highly visible red “shoulders.” Adult
red-shouldered hawks have brownish heads, reddish chests, and pale bellies
with reddish bars. They search for prey while perched on the treetops or
soaring over woodlands. When they sight prey, » Read more
Registration is underway for the American Lung Association’s annual Fight For Air Climb scheduled for 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 23 at The Oasis Tower One, 3000 Oasis Grand Boulevard near downtown Fort Myers.
During the unique endurance event, participants will climb 31 flights of stairs in the residential high rise to raise money for lung disease research, education and advocacy.
More than 300 people are expected to climb 535 steps up the high rise, » Read more