One of the grande dames of the island has been restored to her former glory, thanks to a man who was born for the job.
Kirby Outerbridge may have begun his life in Connecticut, but he greatly prefers the sunshine of his adoptive hometown of Venice.
BY CAPT. SANDY MELVIN - One of the greatest things the community of Boca Grande has going for it is a daily view of some beautiful sunsets.
The best ones are remembered not so much for the colors, the clouds, or the light, but for the people that you got to share them with at the time.
On July 25th, 2010 there was a very special sunset in Boca Grande Pass.
BY JIM LABINSKI - Golf and dining packages and artwork are among the featured offerings in next month’s Tennis Ball and Silent Auction to benefit the Suncoast Humane Society.
Set for Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 6 p.m. in the newly remodeled Clubhouse Restaurant of the Boca Grande Club, The Tennis Ball and Silent Auction is the kickoff for the 15th annual Professional Tennis Exhibition Series.
Do you have a family Civil War story? The Friends of the Boca Grande Community Center organization is looking for your input into a celebration called “Civil War Reflections.”
The week-long program will be offered in April, but the planning has already begun.
Lee County Parks & Recreation and the Friends of Boca Grande Community Center will host a youth fishing tournament during the holiday break. Kids, grab your fishing poles and tackle boxes and come join the family fun on Saturday, Jan. 5 from 9 to 11 a.m.
The tournament is free for boys and girls aged 15 and under. This is a catch-and-release tournament and the bait will be provided by Boca Grande Marina (no lures allowed). Children must be supervised by a parent/guardian for this event.
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