The Captiva Civic Association (CCA), a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the unique quality of life on Captiva Island, celebrated Halloween with a spooktacular costume party and potluck social.

Founded in 1936, the CCA has been at the forefront of efforts to protect and enhance the natural beauty and charm of Captiva Island. Through its various initiatives and community engagement, the association has played a crucial role in maintaining the island’s pristine environment, vibrant culture, and close-knit community.

The Halloween costume party and potluck social served as a delightful opportunity for neighbors and friends to come together at the Captiva Civic Center and celebrate the association’s remarkable journey over the past 85 years. Attendees showcased their creativity and enthusiasm by donning an array of imaginative costumes, adding an extra touch of magic to the festivities.

The executive director of the CCA, Emily Ankerson says, “We are grateful to our members, neighbors, and friends for their continued support and look forward to their participation in the upcoming season.”

For more information about the Captiva Civic Association and their upcoming events, please visit their website at or call 239-472-2111. The Captiva Civic Center is located at 11550 Chapin Lane, Captiva.