In 2021, the Marco Island Center for the Arts will present “The Gathering” a solo exhibition by artist Juan Diaz.
It was cooler “sweater weather” at Christmastime this year, providing the perfect climate for Marco Island Yacht Club’s annual “Ugly Christmas Sweater” contest. Members came out in full regalia in the tackiest, most garish holiday garb they could find. In addition to prizes for the “ugliest” sweater—Men’s, Women’s and Couple’s categories—judges also cited the most “creative” sweaters and chose […]
Thanks to the efforts of the Snook Inn and the Carvelli Restaurant Group, the children of Youth Haven were given a true merry Christmas.
Art Fest Naples returns to Fleischmann Park on January 16 and 17 for 2021.
The Coastal Breeze News shares its new limited series based on the new book: “Betty Collier, Marco Island Pioneer” by Barbara Ann Malta.
The Marco Island Center for the Arts is preparing a Time Capsule for the year 2070. What will you put in?
Fire Marshal Ray Munyon and Police Sergeant Brian Hood both turn in their retirement paperwork as Marco Island’s First Responders says farewell to two fine civil servants.
As the City of Marco Island prepares to look ahead at the challenges facing municipal government and its residents, the number of issues continue to grow. Get the full story of what they’re planning for 2021 here.
Bob McConville talks about the newborn dolphin of Marco Island, in his column, Stepping Stones.