Residents at Blue Crab are active individuals participating in all that Southwest Florida has to offer. Besides our tennis/pickleball courts, we also have two pools, two spas, boat and kayak launching facilities and a community clubhouse. During the winter months, residents sponsor Friday evening get togethers at the clubhouse. You may just want to lay back and relax, but if you are looking for something to do, you can keep yourself busy with water aerobics, line dancing, card and poker groups, the annual trout fishing tournament and fish fry and the yearly tag and art sale. If volunteering is your thing, there are numerous options that include not only activities at Blue Crab Key but also involvement in such island groups as Friends of the Library, The Pine Island Garden Club, the Matlacha Hookers, Matlacha Mariners and From Our Hearts.
The best way to keep up to date on what’s happening at Blue Crab Key is to keep your eye on this 'virtual' bulletin board or on the 'actual' community bulletin boards. They’re located near the clubhouse, and are dedicated to provide information and activities at Blue Crab and on Pine Island. There’s also space to post “for sale” items. Next to the bulletin boards you can find the newspaper stand for our local weekly newspaper, The Pine Island Eagle. The Eagle is a great source of local news and events on Pine Island. Just check out the “Community Calendar” each week for the latest events. For an e-edition click on the picture link below. Depending on your internet speed you might have to wait a little while for it to load. (N.B. The e-edition may not load on some tablets or phones).
Blue Crab Key resident Cynthia Williams has just published a book with the History Press, titled Hidden History of Fort Myers. To find out more about Cynthia and the book she has written click on the links below or visit her website at www.cyn1020.com.
Cynthia is also a regular contributor to News Press on the history of Fort Myers.
Social Committee Financial Reports
This year's clubhouse funds will go towards the new clubhouse floor. They also covered the cost of the new channel markers.
This website was produced by the Blue Crab Key Homeowners Association