Meet the SCCF Coastal Watch Party Partners

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Guests attending The Watch Party on Sept. 29 are in for real treat thanks to the “Party Partners” donating delicious, fun, and beautiful elements to the event benefiting Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation’s Coastal Watch program.

Long-time SCCF partner and hometown favorite Point Ybel Brewing Company will be joined for the first time by Pacifico in donating thirst-quenching libations.

Timbers will be offering oysters on the half shell – grilled to order with a variety of flavored glazing sauces throughout the evening.

Hearty appetites will be met by Doc Ford’s famous sliders – pulled pork as well as cheeseburger options.

And no party would be complete without terrific pizza offered by the slice from Great White Grill.

All these yummy donations will round out the traditional down-home shrimp boil provided by Sanibel’s own Catering by Leslie Adams.

Many thanks also go to Captiva’s world-class ‘Tween Waters Inn for providing accommodations for the band providing The Watch Party’s musical entertainment – Uproot Hootenanny.

Looking for something beautiful? Congress Jewelers has you covered with their donation of a gorgeous mangrove necklace for the evening’s drawing.

If that doesn’t sound like enough fun to be had, Whitney’s Bait & Tackle is going to put on a casting competition like no other. Angler skill and crowd laughter will be served up in equal measure.

“An evening like this would not be possible without our Party Partners,” said SCCF Events & Facilities Manager Jeff Siwicke. “We are so grateful for everything they are doing to ensure The Watch Party’s success. Don’t wait another minute to get your tickets!”

The Watch Party, a rain or shine outdoor event, will take place on Friday, September 29 from 5:30-9 p.m. at SCCF’s headquarters property at 3333 San-Cap Road on Sanibel. Tickets are available while supplies last at

SCCF’s Coastal Watch is dedicated to preserving Southwest Florida’s estuaries and oceans for future generations — a mission it carries out with the help of committed volunteers who execute projects such as mangrove planting, oyster gardening, beach litter cleanup, and more.

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