Mayor's Message

Dear Residents and Visitors,  Mayor Patrick Soranno

In the spirit of Christmas, we will continue our food drive for the Beach Community Food Pantry.  Items most needed are instant mashed potatoes, boxed stuffing, canned fruit, cream soups, peanut butter, jelly and white bread. Your donations can be dropped in the box on the 3rd floor of Town Hall.

The Indian Shores Boat Parade Viewing party is scheduled for Sunday evening, December 16, the the 4th floor Community Center. The lighted boat parade begins at Tom Stuart Causeway at 6:00 p.m. and will most likely pass by here between 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. Bring the kids for this family-friendly event. Lighted Boat Parade December 16 2018

See other important messages below and Happy Holidays!

                               Mayor Patrick C. Soranno

Indian Shores Library
Alice Lawrence, President  Alice Lawrence, Library President

There’s no better gift than a good book! On Sunday, December 16, the Library volunteers will be at the Indian Shores Sunday Morning Market with tables full of books, puzzles, games and movies. Sales will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. With your purchase by donation, you'll get a holiday bag, bookmark and ornament to accompany your special "gifts" home.

Hours of Operation

Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

The Indian Shores Library is an all-volunteer organization. Please see the Library webpage for more information.

Indian Shores Women's Club
Maria Miller, President Maria Miller

This time of the year there are so many charities that need our help. Unfortunately, we can't help all, but here is one that could really use all of our support.

There are more than 3 dozen teenagers in Seminole High School that are homeless. The teenagers (boys and girls) are ages 12-18. The Interact Club at the school collects donations to help these students.

Items needed are:

  • Body wash, shampoo, hygiene items, makeup
  • Socks, hoodies, blankets, gloves
  • Gift cards to any fast food place or gift cards Walmart or Target

You can drop off your donations at the Indian Shores Town Hall 3rd floor Administrative Office. Please label them “For the Women’s Club,” and we will see that everything gets to the school.

If you are unable to bring items to the town hall, please call Maria Miller 727-736-1812 or Laurie McPherson 727-492-4415 for pickup.

Women's Club Decorate Community Room Christmas Tree pictured below.


Women’s Club Tree Lighting Party

Indian Shores Property Owners Association (ISPOA)
Art Newsome, President  Art Newsome President

We had a very successful and festive tree lighting ceremony last Friday night. Thank you to all that attended.

Santa Checks to See if They Have Been Good


Sunday Morning Market 2018