MEET SOME VOLUNTEERS FROM THE SANIBEL HISTORICAL VILLAGE

March 18 2020 – Alan and Edina Lessack started volunteering at the village around 2010 and came to Sanibel in the late 1980s when a cousin invited them to spend a week at their Casa Ybel condo. “We fell in love with the island and immediately purchased two weeks of timeshare, which we did over the next 20 years,” they explained.[...]


HISTORICAL VILLAGE HONORS VOLUNTEERS

March 18, 2020 – Although the luncheon honoring the volunteers of the Sanibel Historical Village had to be canceled due to the coronavirus, the village still wants to celebrate its devoted volunteers, in particular those celebrating milestone years of service.[...]


MEET SOME SANIBEL HISTORICAL VILLAGE VOLUNTEERS

featured volunteers

January 22, 2020 - The Sanibel Historical Museum & Village has approximately 120 volunteers performing a variety of functions to keep the museum operating as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Here, we get to know a few of them a little better. [...]


Meet Some Historical Village Volunteers

November 8, 2019 – There are approximately 120 volunteers working at the Sanibel Historical Village, and this time of year, many of them return to Sanibel. Volunteers’ duties run the gamut all year, from greeting guests at the door, to working in the museum store, to giving tours, and to farming the pioneer garden. “As […]


Historical Village Open, Volunteer Training Begins Soon, Membership Benefits Increased


Meet Some Historical Village Volunteers

May 7, 2019 – There are approximately 120 volunteers currently working at the Sanibel Historical Village, although those numbers do go down at the end of season. Volunteers’ duties run the gamut all year, from greeting guests at the door, to working in the museum store, to giving tours, and to farming the pioneer garden. […]


Historical Village Honors its Volunteers at Luncheon


Mariel Goss Speaks to Historical Village Volunteers About Early Days of Shared-Use Path

April 3, 2019 – Mariel Goss recently spoke to the Sanibel Historical Village volunteers about the history of the shared-use path, also referred to as the bike path. Goss first came to Sanibel on vacation in 1966. The family moved to Sanibel from London in the early 1970s with four small children – just in […]


Meet Some Historical Village Volunteers

March 7, 2019 – There are approximately 120 volunteers currently working at the Sanibel Historical Village. Their duties run the gamut, from greeting guests at the door, to working in the museum store, to giving tours, and to farming the pioneer garden. “We’d like to both recognize our volunteers’ contributions and share with the community […]


Ralph Woodring Speaks to Historical Village Volunteers

February 12, 2019 – Every month, the Sanibel Historical Village holds an event for its volunteers. The aim is to help broaden their knowledge of the history of Sanibel and to meet and mingle with fellow volunteers. This week, island icon Ralph Woodring, whose grandfather was one of Sanibel’s original homesteaders, talked to the group […]