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Times of the Islands: November/December 2017 Issue

Oct 25, 2017 06:33PM ● Published by Kevin

Eat well and travel often. If you think this is a good idea, then the Nov/Dec issue is definitely for you. We'll give you the lowdown on some of the most interesting local restaurants and food trends. Plus, if you're planning your next getaway, we'll give you some great ideas about places to visit here in Southwest Florida and beyond.

Read some of our top stories below.

Enjoy reading our previous digital issue.




Good Seasons Eating and shopping offer opportunities for connecting - Oct 25 2017 0603PM

Good Seasons: Eating and shopping offer opportunities for connecting

Setting aside time to eat together in celebration (whether in the house or out) provides the opportunity to appreciate food and strengthen friendships. Read More » 

 

Take the kids to play in the beautiful clear and calm water on Sanibel Photo by Mandy Carter

Tourist in Your Own Backyard: Wonderful getaway choices in Southwest Florida

Here is a great 3-day itinerary for being a tourist in your hometown. Read More » 

 

Tween Waters Inn Island Resort  Spa on Captiva holds its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on the Friday following Thanksgiving Photo courtesy of Tween Waters Inn Island Resort  Spa

Reasons for the Season: Feasts and festivals

Here's a list of things to do around Sanibel and Captiva Islands this holiday season. Read More » 

 

Yummy in Your Tummy Some of us wait a year for a delicious holiday treat gear up now - Oct 25 2017 0541PM

Yummy in Your Tummy! Some of us wait a year for a delicious holiday treat, gear up now

We’ve made a short list of select bakeries in Southwest Florida that bring us delish holiday goodies. Read More » 

 

Heading for the Blue Zone Local farmers markets join project to encourage healthier lifestyles - Oct 25 2017 0141PM

Heading for the Blue Zone: Local farmers markets join project to encourage healthier lifestyles

Local Roots Farmers Markets in Lee County recently became a Blue Zones Recognized organization, part of a global movement that encourages communities to implement healthful mindsets & habits Read More » 

 

The Community Houses main entrance has a covered area for pick-ups and drop-offs Photo by Daniela E Jaeger

Sanibel Community House: Transformation complete, come join the fun

A recap of the Sanibel Community House's recent makeover project. Read More » 

 

In Print 2017

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