The Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association

An anchor for a strong community.

Hundreds of volunteers work to improve, protect, and lead our beautiful community in a continuous endeavor to enrich the lives of all residents. Serving the Community for Over 50 Years.

New Member Reception

New Members - Estelle and Steve Graeff with Gary & Dotti Balon-Frost

New Members Reception

The Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association’s Board of Directors hosted a fun filled welcome party for over 50 new members on October 25. Many of the various PGICA clubs and groups were on hand to entice the new members with a myriad of program offerings.

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Annual Membership Meeting

The Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association held its Annual Membership meeting and elections on Tuesday, November 7th.  With now almost 4300 members strong, the PGICA voted in its slate of officers for 2018 and presented awards to some of our outstanding community contributors.  The highlight of the evening was the unveiling of the Ray Rose wing of the PGICA facility. Ray, a longtime member and civic leader, was represented by his wife Carol. Ray’s contributions to the PGICA and to Punta Gorda will be remembered by all in our community. Additionally, Craig Esterly and Dan Carey were awarded for their continued support. Over 200 members were treated to dinner and served at their tables by the current PGICA Board of Directors as a thank you to each member for making this such a wonderful and exciting year. Various bylaws were voted upon, making the PGICA governing policies stronger. A thank you to all who support the PGICA. Check our fantastic website: PGICA.org for new events and educational opportunities. Our complete calendar is online for your viewing. Or stop by to see our facility and get information on our various clubs and groups.

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Next Week at PGICA....

Sandwich Seminar:

Tuesday, November 21, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

"Aging vs the Onset of Alzheimer's Disease", sponsored by Bayfront Health, Punta Gorda. Lunch is provided at no cost and you must RSVP by calling the PGICA office at 941-637-1655 by Monday, November 20. (If you register but later find you cannot attend, kindly let us know that as well if possible.) Open to the public.

Master Gardener Plant Clinic:

Tuesday, November 21, 2:00 p.m.

"How to care for Epiphytic Orchids". Sandy Price, President of the Charlotte Orchid Society will be the speaker and you will be sure to leave with some new ideas for displaying and enjoying these orchids. Free of charge.

Crime Prevention Task Force:

Wednesday, November 29, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.

This community service organization developed by former law enforcement officers will be presenting a program designed to increase public awareness of potential crime threats and how to counter them. Among the topics discussed will be Identity Theft, Fraud and Scams, Purse Snatching, Guns and Alternative Weapons, Carjacking, Hurricane Safety and much more.


In observance of the THANKSGIVING holiday,
the Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association will be closed.
Wishing you and yours a very happy holiday!


Save the Date

December -Upcoming Events

Join PGICA

  • PGICA is a major social network with more than 30 sanctioned groups with interests ranging from boating to knitting to community Service.
  • Social Events scheduled throughout the year (dances, wide-screen sports events, field trips, picnics, plays, concerts and much more).
  • Educational classes, lectures, town hall meetings, political forums.
  • Membership is open to all residents of Punta Gorda Isles (property owners, renters, year round and seasonal residents)


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Shop Punta Gorda & Save
What is Shop Punta Gorda?

PGI Shops Punta Gorda is a program designed to increase patronage at local business while giving PGICA members a discount. A win-win plan! .

This Month's Featured Businesses are:

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Educational Opportunties & Classes

PGICA offers many classes and events of interest during the year. Each month the Commentator and this website provides a overview listing of upcoming classes and events.

  • Art classes, crafting classes, ballroom dancing, exercise classes like yoga, zumba and tai chi meet weekly to name a few. Lectures on health topics, members' world travels, and town hall meetings and political forums also take place at the Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association and are open to the general public. Also there are very active bridge clubs, other card game groups, a knitting group that you may find of interest.
  • Social Events are open to all PGICA members and scheduled throughout the year and include: dances, wide-screen sports events, field trips, picnics, plays, concerts and much more.