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Boy Scout presents Calusa masks to research center

September 30, 2014 Pine Island resident, and Boy Scout, Brandon Reed presented six large sized replica Calusa masks to the Randell Research Center let Wednesday evening. more »»

Guitarist Marino returning to Tarpon Lodge

September 30, 2014 Chet Atkins-style guitarist Jim Marino will perform at Tarpon Lodge Friday, Oct. 10, and Oct. 31, from 6-8:30 p.m. Marino has been entertaining professionally since 1960. more »»

Wounded Warrior Anglers’ boat raffle under way

September 30, 2014 This year the Wounded Warrior Anglers will raffle off a 2015 21-foot, NauticStar - 2110 Sport fishing boat valued at $55,350. more »»

Unique tournament benefits Child Care of Southwest Florida

September 30, 2014 A unique fishing tournament to benefit local child care is drawing anglers from all walks of life. Fish36 is a 36-hour, non-competitive fishing event, with no first place winner. more »»

Inaugural ‘Hall O’Wheels’ Saturday at Northside Drive-in

September 30, 2014 A combination car and bike cruise-in, food fest and concert will take over the grounds of the  Northside Drive-In & Flea Market this Saturda. more »»

Goldenfest coming to Shell Factory Saturday

September 30, 2014 Get ready to romp — The Shell Factory will hosts the sixth annual Goldenfest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4. more »»

'Barge-Less' Party to benefit Little League

September 23, 2014 Mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 4. That's when Sandbar Productions will present its first ever “Barge-Less” Party. more »»

Rain doesn’t dampen Low Key Tiki

September 23, 2014 Early Saturday morning, 22 boats with 68 anglers left the docks in the pouring rain for the start of the Low Key Tiki 4th Annual Redfish Challenge. more »»

Golf scramble called successful

September 23, 2014 Organizers of Butch & Jan's Golf Scramble deemed this year’s event a success, albeit with heavy hearts. “This year's Butch & Jan's Golf Scramble was great,” organizer Butch Waring said. more »»

Cruising Pine Island Sound with Macomber

September 23, 2014 A rare opportunity is now available to cruise the waters of Pine Island Sound with award-winning author Robert Macomber aboard the sailing yacht Alondra. more »»

Lovegrove first American to exhibit her artwork at Maison du Peintre Pierre Bonnard in France

September 23, 2014 A few months ago, Leoma Lovegrove made her annual pilgrimage to Giverny, France. more »»

Matlacha Hookers 16th Annual Pine Island Elementary Fishing Tournament Derby scheduled for Oct. 19

September 23, 2014 Mark your calendars … the Matlacha Hookers 16th Annual Pine Island Elementary Fishing Tournament & Derby will be held Sunday, Oct. 19. more »»

Mariners gearing up for annual tournament, fish fry

September 23, 2014 On Saturday Oct. 4, the Matlacha Mariners are having its annual fishing tournament and fish fry, just for the fun of it. more »»

Team Yankee Dooley Dandy wins Bert's Redfish Challenge

September 23, 2014 Sixteen teams participated in the 6th Annual Bert’s Redfish Challenge Saturday, Sept. 13. Teams competed for the heaviest combined weight of two legal sized redfish. more »»

Annual pet blessing Oct. 4 at St. John's Episcopal Church

September 23, 2014 Island pets are encouraged to bring their humans and friends to church Saturday, Oct. 4, in celebration of a day dedicated to S. more »»

Friends of Cayo Costa State Park to celebrate National Public Lands Day

September 23, 2014 BOKEELIA - The public is invited to participate in annual National Public Lands Day, Saturday, Sept. 27, from 8 a.m. to noon, at the Jug Creek Cottages,8135 Main St., in Bokeelia. more »»

40 Days of Life kicks off in Cape this week

September 23, 2014 Its mission is to put an end to abortion, not just here in Cape Coral but all over the world. Starting Friday, Sept. 26, 40 Day for Life kicks off with an opening Mass and continues through Nov. 2. more »»

Tibetan monk visits Pine Island

September 16, 2014 Friday afternoon Geshe Thupten Phelgye visited Helping Paws Animal Sanctuary to bless the animals there. Many islanders arrived to have their dogs, cats and other animals blessed by Gesh. more »»

County talks Bat House Park funding delay

September 16, 2014 Several Lee County officials met with about a dozen residents of Matlacha about the Bat House Park funding delay last Wednesday at Matlacha Park Arts building. more »»

Lovegrove looking for home for 9/11 Memorial Canvas

September 16, 2014 Today, in the footprint of the World Trade Center, there is a memorial to the nearly 3,000 people who died during the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 200. more »»



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