2015 Local Events, Sponsorships & Recognition
As a part of Captiva Holiday Village 2014, South Seas has illuminated its picturesque Marina with thousands of twinkling lights and amazing decorations. South Seas invites the public to enjoy this magical “Holiday Stroll”. Proceeds from the event will benefit the CCMI Soup Kitchen, a local non-profit agency which cares for the hungry and homeless in our community.
The public can purchase $10 worth of nonperishable food items at participating area stores including Captiva Provision Company at Chadwick’s Square, The Island Store in Captiva and Bailey’s General Store in Sanibel Island. Kids 12 and under are free with a nonperishable food donation. Tickets can also be purchased for $10 at the door or at Sam Galloway Ford Lincoln. Resort guests are invited to attend complimentary. Admission includes a ride on the resort’s Jolley Trolley, which will run from 6 to 9 p.m. to transport visitors from South Seas’ South Village to North Pointe, where all the holiday stroll festivities will take place.
Live Entertainment from 6-9pm. Captiva Cruises will be providing holiday cruises to South Seas Island Resort for the Holiday Stroll. Call 239-472-5300 for reservation and pricing. For more information visit https://captivaholidayvillage.com/captiva-island/south-seas-holiday-stroll.
* Activities for the Entire Family
* Music & Food
* Holiday Golf Cart Parade on Captiva
Our tropical islands sparkle with illuminated candles from end to end as we mark the launch of the Holiday season.
The complimentary trolley service brings guests to various shopping centers, island businesses and galleries along a Luminary Trail, where they can enjoy refreshments, music, holiday activities and sanibel island luminary photo – pathmost importantly, connect with the community.
During the Luminary celebrations, the streets will be lined with glowing luminaries, decorated trees and other festive trimmings. Santa will pay his traditional visit on his fire truck to visit shopping centers, galleries, and local businesses. Sanibel and Captiva visitors and local residents can enjoy these two magical nights on our islands.
Our seventh collectible commemorative ornament has been introduced for the season.
It depicts a vintage Cash Register. The first cash register was patented in 1879 by a Dayton, Ohio saloonkeeper who was fed up with having his employees steal from him. James Jacob Ritty’s “Incorruptible Cashier” proved to be the foundation for National Cash Register Company, known today as NCR. If you stopped by Bailey’s prior to the 1950’s, your groceries were ‘rung-up’ by a register very similar to the one shown here.
This ornament is available for purchase on our website here. It can also be ordered by calling the store at 239-472-1516 or purchased in person at the Service Desk. Also available are limited supplies of the 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and ornaments.
Ornaments are $15 plus tax and $5.00 shipping per location.
Stop by Bailey’s Center Sunday, October 25th, between 12:00pm and 4:00pm.
Plan an afternoon of relaxing and hanging out.
Great Food… Great Entertainment… Great Times!
Join us October 18 – 24, 2015 for “Ding” Darling Days.
J. N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge
For more information click here
or, call 239-472-1100
Bailey’s General Store, located at 2477 Periwinkle Way and Bailey’s Marketplace, located at Sundial Beach Resort & Spa, 1451 Middle Gulf Drive, will begin their annual “Throw FISH a Lifeline” campaign on Sun. Sept. 27, 2015. A display explaining about FISH and their food pantry needs will be located at the front of the Periwinkle Store, giving customers the option to add money, in $10 increments, to their grocery bill at checkout. “It’s as easy as 1 – 2- 3. Donating to the FISH food pantry to help our friends and neighbors has never been easier, just follow these simple steps: 1) Tear off the coupon located at the display or register; 2) Take the coupon to the register at either Bailey’s location when you are ready to check out, and 3) Sign the coupon and give to cashier when paying for your purchases. We’ll do the rest. We understand these times are difficult and many of our neighbors and friends are feeling the economic crunch. We will put your money to work as we order in volume to distribute necessities to the F.I.S.H. food pantry,” says Bailey’s Owners Mead and Richard Johnson. “FISH will be able to use the account credit purchase bulk groceries most needed for the food pantry at wholesale prices, helping FISH get more value for their donations.”
While the FISH food pantry receives the support of many islanders throughout the year, some food items are in high demand and are harder to keep in stock. This partnership with Bailey’s allows FISH to directly request the specific items needed in the pantry at the time of ordering. “The fact that people are willing to give is very healthy for our community,” says the Johnsons. “The dollars you give at the checkout really helps our island neighbors.”
“Bailey’s has been a great friend and neighbor to our organization for many years, offering abundant support in so many ways,” said Maggi Feiner, FISH President & CEO. “We are very grateful to Mead and Richard for coming up with this idea, and to the Bailey’s store and staff for encouraging customers to donate. This is the third year they have facilitated the Lifeline campaign, and we extend our sincere gratitude for their help.”
Freedom Ring presented by Innovative Health Magazine
Saturday, July 4th, 2015, 8:45am at the Flag Pole at Bailey’s General Store, 2477 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL
Innovative Health Magazine presents The Freedom Ring to an MOAA officer as a token of thanks for the service to our country. Please join us for this wonderful moment as we honor one the many veterans who have sacrificed so much so we may enjoy our freedom.
Innovative Health Magazine has found a unique way of giving back to our veterans with The Freedom Ring. With the goal to honor as many veterans and help as many veteran organizations as possible, Innovative Health Magazine launches The Freedom Ring. Encircling the ring is the phrase “FREEDOM IS NOT FREE”, engraved on the inside is their name, branch of service and date of service, or you can have a personal message engraved. If you honor a veteran by purchasing them a Freedom Ring, 50% of the net proceeds go to the veteran charity of your choice. This two fold effect allows you to honor a veteran and give to a veteran charity on their behalf. Innovative Health Magazine will have a float in the parade with Daniel Feckovic singing live a song he co-wrote “Half A World Away” about a female soldier going off to war from the husband’s perspective. Riding on the float will be soldiers from the local area.
Contact: Kimber Ott
Taste and Save!
Thursday 7/2 1-5pm: Darkhorse Wines
On Sale $7.99
Friday 7/3 1-4pm: Apothic Red Blend
On sale $9.99
Saturday 7/4 4:30-7:30pm: Carnivor
On sale $11.99
Sunday 7/5 4:30-7:30pm: Gascon
On sale $11.99
Discover for yourself the incomparable cool-climate taste of the most sought after New Zealand wines in the world.
Saturday, June 27th, 2-5pm
Bailey’s is a proud sponsor of the 22nd Annual Islands Night.
Wednesday, June 17th, 2014
Islands Night is an opportunity for individuals and businesses alike to come together and promote Sanibel and Captiva Islands. It is a time for us to kick back, relax, and enjoy a baseball game with friends, neighbors, and business partners while giving back to our island communities.
Stop by Bailey’s General Store or Bailey’s Marketplace for FREE tickets!
After more than 115 years of serving residents and visitors on Sanibel Island, Bailey’s General Store expanded its presence with the addition of a new location. Bailey’s Marketplace, located at Sundial Beach Resort and Spa, is officially open for business.
Bailey’s Marketplace is a slimmed-down version of Bailey’s General Store, carrying the highest quality fresh produce, tender meats, succulent seafood, wine and beer, deli meats and sandwiches along with gifts and beach supplies.
The Bailey family has been involved in their community throughout their history. They believe in giving-back to the community and help many people along the way. “This is one more opportunity to treat Sanibel Island residents and visitors to Bailey’s “Platinum Rule”: Treat others as they want to be treated,” said Mead Johnson, Bailey’s co-owner. “We are delighted to expand our service.”
@ Sundial Resort
Please join us for the festivities, food, fun & more at:
1451 Middle Gulf Drive, Sanibel Island.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015, 5:30pm.
Ribbon Cutting will take place at 6:00pm with a reception to follow.
Bailey’s Marketplace will be a Featured Partner!
Sanibel Island, Florida
520 Tarpon Bay Road
right across the street from Bailey’s Center
You can purchase your tickets at Baileys!