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Pearl Jubilee Fashion Show

Marco Island Healthcare Auxiliary presents ‘A Pearl Jubilee Fashion Show’ on February 24th, 2015 at Hideaway Beach Club at 11:30 AM. The event will honor the 30th Anniversary of NCH Marco Urgent Care. Tickets are $55 per person, includes lunch with complimentary valet parking. Proceeds will benefit the NCH Marco Urgent Care. There will be door prizes, money hats, raffle drawings, silent auction and lots of fun! For information call the Volunteer Office at 393-4058. Read More »

Join Us for “Discover Tigertail”

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Submitted Friends of Tigertail Beach is hosting “Discover Tigertail”, February 21, 2015 from 9AM to noon. This is a free family program that addresses the marine life and other wildlife that inhabit the Tigertail Beach lagoon. There will be nine “information stations” spotted around the lagoon. Take part in seining for creatures from the lagoon or enjoy hands-on activities about loggerhead sea turtles, shore birds, sharks, butterflies, plants, seashells and more. Our specialists are from Rookery Bay, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and the Marco Shell Club. Featured again this year, will be the very popular scavenger hunt, “Question Quest”, enjoyed ... Read More »

Center for the Arts Hosts Fine Arts & Crafts Show

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Submitted Marco Island Center for the Arts announced today that it will host an arts and crafts fair on March 6 and 7, 2015 from 10:00A.M. to 4:00P.M. The event was originally scheduled to start one day later, but has been moved to accommodate parking in the surrounding area. The Center is located at 1010 Winterberry Drive. The fair will feature numerous local artists, including Barry Howe (aerial photography), Linda Taffe (watercolors), Sheri Levine (nautical pillows), Dennis Collins (jewelry), Ray and Susan Burros (jewelry), Sue Mezzaros (wire wrapped silver wear) and Pam Patulla (clothing). Virtually every type of art will ... Read More »

Marco Island City Council

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By Pat Newman There were plenty of waves Tuesday night at Marco Island’s City Council meeting when the resolution to approve a temporary use permit for construction staging at Rose Marina came up for discussion. Ultimately, the 50-year old family-owned marina, was approved for using lots zoned “residential” for boat storage while constructing a new storage facility in a vote of 4-3. The lots are owned by Rose Marina, but Magnolia Court area homeowners argued that deed restrictions imposed by the Mackle Brothers, Marco’s original developers, and currently MICA (Marco Island Civic Association) allows only single family residential homes on ... Read More »

COLLIER COUNTY MUSEUMS CELEBRATES 26th ANNUAL OLD FLORIDA FESTIVAL March 7-8, 2015

The one and only Collier County Museums Old Florida Festival returns for a limited engagement,Saturday, March 7 and Sunday, March 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Collier County Museum. The Friends of the Collier County Museum invites guests to step back in time and visit Florida through the ages. The annual family-style event, now in its 26th year, brings together more than 80 of the state’s finest historical reenactors, craft workers and living history performers to recreate ten centuries of daily life on the Southwest Florida frontier. This year’s festival features mounted Spanish Conquistadors and Calusa Indians, pioneers, pirates, Cracker Cowmen, soldier’s camps ... Read More »

CAMIG Welcomes the Boxcar Exhibit

On display at the Marco Island Historical Museum parking lot through February 28th. FILE photo

Submitted The Cultural Alliance of Marco Island and Goodland (CAMIG)* partnering with the Naples Holocaust Museum is proud to present the Boxcar Exhibit, an authentic railway relic from World War II. This 10-ton artifact, which was built in 1919 and was in the German Railway Service until 1945, will be on display through February 28th in the parking lot at the Marco Island Historical Museum, Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-4pm. There is no charge to the public. A docent from the Holocaust Museum will be on hand to answer questions at the boxcar on the 19th, and 26th from 10-2pm. ... Read More »

Condos along Smokehouse Bay

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Condo Report By Gary and Sandy Elliott www.marcoislandcondoguy.net www.SandyElliottInteriors.com Most people catch a view of tranquil Smokehouse Bay from one of the restaurants or shops at The Esplanade on Collier Boulevard or as they stroll along the promenade adjacent to the marina. A few lucky people keep their boats at the marina at The Esplanade, but some of the luckiest people on the island are the owners and renters of condos along this beautiful waterway. Smokehouse Bay condos are centrally located on Marco Island, reflect amazing sunsets over the water, and feature direct access boat docks to the Gulf. This ... Read More »

TREASURES IN THE TRUNK SALE

Treasures in the Trunk sale/fundraiser will be hosted by the Columbiettes of San Marco Catholic Church on Saturday, February 7 from 8:00 AM-12:00 on at the San Marco Parish Hall parking lot, 851 San Marco Road. Vendors must be set up by 7:30 AM. Don’t miss this opportunity to sell your new or used treasures from the trunk of your car. Cost will be $10 per parking space. Tables may be rented for $10 each. Home baked items and refreshments will be on sale. Raffle prizes and 50/50 drawing. All merchandise not sold must be removed by the vendor. For ... Read More »

Everything I Never Told You

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BOOK REMARKS Maggie Gust winetaster13@gmail.com By Celeste Ng Penguin Press, 2014, 297 pages Genre: Psychological Fiction Collier County Public Library: Yes   “Family likeness has often a deep sadness in it.”— George Eliot   For all of her life, her mother, a high school home economics teacher, had been grooming Marilyn to be the perfect homemaker, with all the virtues to attract the perfect husband, the goal of many 1950s young American females. Marilyn, however, wanted to be different. She wanted to be a physician. James was raised by Chinese immigrants, both of whom worked at the school he attended. ... Read More »

South End Condos are Popular

South Marco condos on the Gulf of Mexico.

Condo Report By Gary and Sandy Elliott www.marcoislandcondoguy.net www.SandyElliottInteriors.com The South end of Marco Island is a popular location for condos. This quiet residential area is located south of Winterberry Drive, east of South Collier Boulevard and west of Heathwood Drive. Most of the condos are clustered on streets with names like Collier Court, Panama Court, Huron Court, Swallow Avenue and South Collier Boulevard. The South end is popular because it provides a great combination of fishing, boating and easy access to South Beach. Today, there are 50 south end condos for sale ranging in price from $249,000 to $899,000, ... Read More »

Big Events Kick-off the New Year

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COASTAL COMMENTS Donna Fiala donnafiala@colliergov.net Happy New Year to all and my wishes for a great year filled with joy, happiness, good health and lots of fun! And speaking of fun, the Smallwood Music Festival will be held Saturday, Jan. 31, at the old Rod & Gun Club in Everglades City from 11 AM until dark. General admission is $10 (bring your own chair) or $40 for special seating. All proceeds will benefit the Ted Smallwood Store, a 501(c)3 charity. Among the spectacular array of South Florida musicians who are donating their time and talents for this fundraiser are Wholetones, Raiford ... Read More »

2015 Arbor Day Ceremony

TBE Singers: ‘The root is connected to the stem; the stem is connected to the leaves; the leaves make the plant its food through PHO-TO-SYN-THE-SIS!’ (2014 file photo).

Submitted All members of the community are invited to attend the 2015 Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony to be held at 10 AM on Friday, Jan. 16, at Mackle Park near the parking lot entrance. The ceremony will include singing performances by 130 Tommie Barfield Elementary third-grade students, musical performances by the Marco Island Charter Middle School Jazz Band and a display of Arbor Day posters created by TBE artists. The Tree Blessing will be done by Rev. Kyle Bennett of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, and guest speakers will include City Manager Roger Hernstadt and City Council Chairman Larry Sacher. ... Read More »

Marco Island: Year in Review

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By Noelle H. Lowery noelle@coastalbreezenews.com With 2014 under our belts, it is time to reflect on the year that was (and what a year it was) and the year that will be (high hopes all around). The city of Marco Island certainly underwent a host of changes and experienced some major triumphs in 2014. Following are the top nine issues Marco Island faced in the last year, according to City Manager Roger Hernstadt, and a peek at what’s to come in 2015. 1.) New City Manager The city of Marco Island’s four-month tumultuous search for a new city manager — ... Read More »

Pets and Their Marco Island Condos

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Condo Report By Gary and Sandy Elliott www.marcoislandcondoguy.net www.SandyElliottInteriors.com Half of the condos on Marco Island welcome owner’s pets. Each pet-friendly condo has unique rules about the weight, size, number and type of pet allowed. For instance, some condos require a dog to be under 8 or 17 or 25 pounds. Some have height limitations like 17 inches to the shoulder. Some condos have no weight restrictions. We could not find any condos that allow renters to bring their pets with them. Generally, renters with pets will have to rent a house, stay at the Boat House Motel or use ... Read More »

Planning Board Votes for Rental Ordinance

By Pat Newman In a 4-2 vote, Marco Island’s Planning Board passed a controversial rental ordinance at its Dec. 5 meeting. Charlette Roman and Jack Patterson voted against the proposal with Bill Trotter, Marty Roddy, Irv Povlov and Frank Mulligan voting to approve the ordinance with a few modifications to be made by staff before sending it to City Council for debate. Chairman Monte Lazarus was absent from the meeting, with Roddy stepping in as acting chairman. The decision was made to move forward after another two-and-a-half-hour line-by-line dissection of the document and a final round of public comment. Roman ... Read More »

Oh, Christmas Tree

Mr. and Mrs. Clause hugged and smiled the night away as they posed for photos with children and grown-ups, alike.

By Melinda Gray melinda@coastalbreezenews.com Palpable Christmas cheer and an impressive crowd of more than 1,000 people filled Veterans’ Community Park on Saturday, Nov. 29, for Marco Island’s Annual Christmas Island Style tree lighting ceremony. Radio personality Dave Elliott emceed the event, and the evening’s entertainment included a charming dance recital by Spotlight Dance Studio, Center Stage Studios, Island Dance Academy and the Hurricane Softball Dancers. The crowd enjoyed the night’s festivities as popular local musician Jim Long performed staple holiday tunes and a bit of rock and roll. Reminiscent of the parking lot outside a super bowl venue, the party ... Read More »

Planning Board Drafts Rental Ordinance

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By Pat Newman A rental ordinance requiring property registration, a fire inspection and enforceable fines for violating city codes governing noise, parking and tardy trash can removal was drafted by Marco Island’s Planning Commission at its Nov. 21 meeting. Following hours of public comment both for and against an ordinance regulating long- and short-term rentals, the board decided to use the city of Marathon’s ordinance as a model and proceeded to go section by section adding and deleting lines to make it Marco Island specific. Board Chairman Monte Lazarus deferred to members in the decision, calling the model ordinance “tangled-up.” ... Read More »

Marco Island Yacht Club Annual Fall Regatta

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By Coastal Breeze News Staff This weekend — Nov. 15-16 — Marco Island residents will be treated to a colorful sight in the Gulf directly off the Marco Island beaches thanks to the Marco Island Yacht Club’s Annual Fall Regatta. Up to two dozen sailboats, along with their skippers and crews from South Florida, will converge on Marco Island to compete for sailing awards. Proceeds from the Regatta will go to the Marco Island Community Sailing Center Youth Sailing Program which promotes interest in sailing on the Island through its education and instruction programs. The MICSC began 12 years ago ... Read More »

Marco Island’s Farmers Market

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By Pat Newman Marco Island’s Farmer’s Market opened for the 2014-2015 season on Wednesday with an updated layout and 100 booths offering fresh produce, food options, art, homemade crafts and a friendly ambiance. Veteran’s Community Park, located at 901 Park Ave, is the market’s home for the next five months. This is the fifth year the traditional gathering of vendors and shoppers will convene at Veteran’s Park. According to Alex Galiana, Administrative and Facilities Manager for Marco Island’s Parks and Recreation, the ongoing market was originally started by a private group and held on the grounds of St. Mark’s Episcopal ... Read More »

Treasures in the Trunk

Organizers included (left to right) Trish Wilcox, Fran Cislo,  Gloria Ann Pavin, Mary Kay Moll, Carmen Bingham, Alice Rizzo, Joan Pudherny, Roseann Hill, and Claire Boulanger. PHOTOS BY PAT NEWMAN

By Pat Newman A beautiful day and bountiful treasures drew a bargain-hunting crowd Saturday at the Columbiette’s twice annual tag sale. Held in the parking lot of San Marco Catholic Church, 67 vendors sold everything from furniture to handmade jewelry. All proceeds from the sale of vendor space is donated to charities in the Marco Island community, Guadeloupe Center in Immokalee and preparing Thanksgiving baskets for families in need. Read More »