Delayne Corbett works on the first-place sculpture, â€śFossil Fuel,â€ť at the Siesta Key Crystal Classic Master Sand Sculpting Competition, which took place on Siesta Key Beach, Nov. 8 through, Nov. 12.
Lincoln Sibley, 6, walks across the tight rope on one of the 3-D chalk pieces at the Sarasota Chalk Festival, which was held Oct. 28 through Nov. 6.
Six teams dipped, ducked, dove and dodged, Oct. 27, at AAF Suncoastâ€™s second Battle of the Balls fundraiser dodgeball tournament, held at Girls Inc. The Observer Media Group won for best costume as the Punishing Publishers.
Nicole Bird and Sara Popovich attended Sarasota in Defense of Animals annual fundraiser, "Leis for Strays," Oct. 26, at the White Sands Cabana on Siesta Key.
Henry Gilbertson shares his candy with Victoria Maypole at St. Boniface Preschoolâ€™s Halloween Parade, Oct. 31.
The 13th annual Firehouse Chili Cook-off took place, Oct. 29, by Mortonâ€™s Gourmet Market. Firefighters wore pink for breast cancer awareness month.
Teacher Ginger Rosenberger and her husband, Greg, set up a Superman-themed vehicle for trick-or-trunking Phillippi Shores Elementary Schoolâ€™s Pumpkin Night, Oct. 25.
Mike Ryan takes his sons Rocco and Jr. trick-or-treating, Oct. 31, in Siesta Key Village.
Students at The Out-of- Door Academy paraded around campus in their Halloween costumes, Oct. 31. Elle LaClair dressed as the cookie Monster and Angelina Spina came as a zebra.
The Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce held its 22nd Sand Fest, Nov. 2, at the Siesta Key Beach Pavilion. Jesus Carrera and Kevin Cooper came dressed as Tattoo and Mr. Roarke from "Fantasy Island."
J.P. and Zachary Manning made a sign to recognize their great-grandfather and World War II veteran, John Mul, Nov. 11, at the Sarasota Veterans Day Parade.