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Art Center Joins Reciprocal Museum Membership Program

By Staff | October 24, 2019

Marco Island Center for the Artst has joined NARM (North American Reciprocal Museum) Association, an affiliation of arts and cultural institutions located throughout North America and other participating countries.

Take Care of Mother Nature

By Staff | October 24, 2019

The photographer captures a shot of a roseate spoonbill with fishing line on its leg, a reminder we must treat Mother Nature with respect.

Breakfast and Birds at Tigertail Beach

By Staff | October 24, 2019

Join the Friends of Tigertail Beach on November 9 for the free event, Breakfast and the Birds.

Competition to Power Ocean Observing Platforms with Renewable Energy

By Staff | October 24, 2019

NOAA, along with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), announced a $3 million prize competition to generate innovation in marine renewable energy-powered ocean observing platforms.

T-Rex One Last Cast Honors Islander TREVOR SMITH

By Staff | October 24, 2019

Rain didn’t stop the T-Rex One Last Cast fishing tournament in honor of the late Trevor Smith.

Woodstock 50th Anniversary Celebration

By Staff | October 24, 2019

Marco Island Yacht Club (MIYC) celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock with dancing and dining to the tunes of Creedence Clearwater, Grace Slick, Janis Joplin and more. Yacht Club members dressed in the look of that day, August 15, 1969, with bell bottoms, tie dye, long hair and the “girls” with flowers in their hair. Singer Nevada Smith dressed for […]

Bootacular –

By Staff | October 24, 2019

5:30pm. Families with children 5yr & under (siblings welcome). Mini-carnival for little tykes. Games, music, and prizes. No scary costumes please! $5 each. Marco YMCA, 101 Sand Hill St. 239-394-9622.

VETERAN’S DAY PROGRAM

By Staff | October 24, 2019

1:30pm. All veterans and community invited to attend. Tommie Barfield Elementary, 101 Kirkwood St. RSVP: 239-377-8500.

Jerry Adams Chili Cook-Off

By Staff | October 24, 2019

12-4pm. Happy hour drinks and sides from CJ’s on the Bay. Overall best chili, blind judging by culinary professionals, and people’s choice awards. Live music by Florida Straits. $15. Under 10: Free. CJ’s on the Bay, 760 N Collier Blvd. 239-595-0488.

Theresa Schober: Wild Wild South: The History of Florida’s Cattle Industry

By Staff | October 24, 2019

7pm. Theresa is manager at Immokalee Pioneer Museum. MIHS Members: Free. Non-members: $10. 180 South Heathwood Dr. 239-389-6447.