2020-2021 Events

It is with our greatest consideration for your well-being we present a schedule of events; all outdoors, all adhering to responsible best practices, and all with that unique blend of education and creativity you’ve come to expect from the Captiva Island Historical Society.

In this our 10th season we present programs in formats and locations we have not used in the past. While our priority is to maintain your health and safety, our dedication to bringing “Captiva history to life” remains the same.SCTC.Logo copy.jpg

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  • November 16, 2020

    Share Your Big Fish Story - Rescheduled!

    Do you have a big story? Come and tell us! In preparing for our 9th documentary, “The History of Angling on Captiva,” Jensen’s Twin Palm Marina is hosting a “Share Your Story” event.
  • November 22, 2020

    History Repeats Itself

    Echoing a photo taken at Captiva Chapel by the Sea in 1918, the CIHS will snap a “Then & Now” image, recording present-day conditions in the year 2020.
  • December 10, 2020

    Island Store Dedication

    From boarding house to beauty parlor, school dormitory to general store, restaurant to hurricane shelter, architect’s office and polling precinct to even a rumored brothel. Join us as we commemorate this treasured island landmark.
  • January 11, 2021

    Double Feature Movie Night

    On The Beach

    CIHS documentary darlings “Sands of Time” and “Earth, Wind & Water” are aired on the beach at sunset at the historic ‘Tween Waters Inn.
  • February 08, 2021

    Open-Air Cinema 1

    Cart-In / Walk-In Movie Night

    Whether seated in your golf cart or your folding chair in the fresh-air environment of McCarthy’s Marina, we’re certain you’ll enjoy the acclaimed documentary film “Queen of Swing,” by Florida filmmaker John Biffar.
  • March 08, 2021

    Open-Air Cinema 2

    Cart-In / Walk-In Movie Night

    Whether seated in your golf cart or your folding chair, we’re certain you’ll enjoy the WGCU documentary film "Mullet: A Tale of Two Fish," especially when viewed in the fresh-air environment of McCarthy’s Marina.


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It is with gratitude the CIHS recognizes The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company for their continuing and generous support, which helps us once defray the cost of this season's programs.

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