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hile we are thrilled to finally shine the spotlight on performing arts after a very long intermission, it is not without some trepidation. The Almanac strives to provide readers with places to go and things to do that enhance their enjoyment of our beautiful Treasure Coast. But these are still unpredictable times. This edition includes a more robust calendar of events than we’ve seen in a while and much information about the fun happenings around our seaside towns that typically ramp up in the fall. That’s good news and, it is our greatest hope that the information shared among these pages will come to fruition. But, as always, we encourage you to check with venues and organizations first for any possible cancellations. Thank you to our new readers and our loyal readers, and thank you for supporting the advertisers that allow us to bring you the very best guide to Florida’s Treasure Coast!

Kim Piston

Table of Contents The Long Intermission is Over ������������� 4 Dining Review.................................... 10 Fresh Catch Recipe.............................. 16 Treasure Coast Trivia........................... 20 Fall Fishing Forecast............................ 24 Moons and Fishing Calendar �������������� 25 Hurricane Update............................... 30 Local Golf Courses.............................. 32 Mindful Places.................................... 34 Countryside Fall Fest & MAZE ��������� 36 Wildlife Guide.................................... 38

Go Birding!......................................... 40 Beach Hopping Guide......................... 42 Newcomers' Guide.............................. 44 Area Attractions.................................. 46 Beach Safety........................................ 49 Area Maps........................................... 50 Festival Guide..................................... 60 Fun All Month.................................... 62 Events Calendar.................................. 63 Tide Chart.......................................... 68

On the Cover: We’re Off To The Theatre Contributors: Maureen Nicolace, Sheana Firth, Charlie Connor, Thomas Miller, NOAA Publisher Kim Piston

Art Director Jennifer McFarland

Sales Kim Piston

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The Long Intermission is Over

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e hope! It’s been a long wait for our performing arts community. The mass cancellations that besieged our beloved venues and the talented performers that grace their stages have been disappointing for them and their patrons. But so far, it looks like the 2021-2022 season is unfolding and we’re excited to be able to share what’s to look forward to as box offices open and curtains go up all over the Treasure Coast. Here’s what’s happening this fall and a preview of the 2022 openers.

Theatre Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce Sunrise opens its season in October with 12 performances booked through the end of September. These include national touring shows, dance and ballet performances, musical headliners, and rock & roll tributes. Standout performances include some big names like Sawyer Brown and The Marshall Tucker Band. In November, Grammy Award-Winning band America takes the stage for its 50th anniversary. In December, fans of one of the nation’s favorite television sitcoms of all time won’t want to miss Friends! The Musical Parody. And, just in time for the holidays, the prestigious State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine will present The Nutcracker. The Sunrise Theatre has more than 40 performances currently

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scheduled and also features a variety of comedy shows in its swanky Black Box Theatre. Check the entire calendar at sunrisetheatre.com. Vero Beach Theatre Guild The Guild, one of the oldest and most respected community theatres on the Treasure Coast, heads into the month of October with a perfectly timed presentation of Bram Stoker’s classic, Dracula. To be directed by the talented Alex Martinez and, combined with the skilled set designers and makeup folks that have wowed audiences in recent years with their transformational dexterity, Dracula should be a solid bet for theatre lovers. In November, Anthony Schaffer’s Tony award-winning whodunnit thriller Sleuth will be directed by Beth Shestack. Next up in January will be Calendar Girls,

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the hilarious comedy based on a true story by Tim Firth and directed by Guild veteran Art Pingree. Visit verobeachtheatreguild. com for more. Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach Florida’s largest professional theatre welcomes its youngest patrons back inside first with Theatre for KIDS! The children’s theatre will feature Disney's Beauty and the Beast JR. in October followed by Elf, The Musical JR. in November. But there’s even more excitement around the 2022 reopening of the Stark Stage season beginning in January with the musical masterpiece that is Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel. Next up in February, A Comedy of Tenors will tickle your funny bone with Ken Ludwig’s uproarious madcap tale. March brings perhaps one of the most anticipated shows of the season. On Your Feet! is the Broadway hit musical based on the lives and music of 26-time Grammy Awardwinning husband-and-wife team, Emilio and Gloria Estefan, who also happen to call Vero Beach home for part of the year. Visit riversidetheatre.com to see everything going on including comedy shows and free live music every weekend.

churning out big hits with big local talent for more than 50 years now. The Barn Theatre welcomes its loyal patrons back in September with the very hilarious and for adults only, The Full Monty, The Musical. In case you missed the movie, you will not want to miss this raucous pop-rock musical that transforms out-of-work steel mill workers into strippers who “take it all off” for a better paycheck. Next up in November, Let’s Murder Marsha promises lots of giggles when a housewife who reads too many murder mystery novels happens to overhear and misinterpret a conversation that sends her jumping to whacky conclusions. January features the iconic Broadway smash, Rent, The Musical. For more details on Stuart’s oldest community theatre, visit barn-theatre.com

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Atlantic Classical Orchestra The ACO is the area’s only professional orchestra, offering Chamber and Masterworks performances at three different venues along the Treasure Coast. The orchestra is live again in 2022 The Barn Theatre, Stuart beginning in January with a stunning There’s a little old community theatre opener. Maestro David Amado and his 42 on Ocean Drive in Stuart that has been stellar musicians will kick off the season

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The Long Intermission Continued with three magnificent pieces. Kodály's virtuosic Dances of Galánta, and Beethoven’s white-hot 7th Symphony frame Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue—the first ‘crossover’ piece in classical music— blending jazz and popular music all in a classical scaffolding, promise an evening of festive music celebrating the glories of a live orchestra. ACO performances happen at the Community Church of Vero Beach, the Lyric Theatre in Stuart, and the Eissey Campus Theatre in Palm Beach Gardens. Learn about the rest of the 2022 season at atlanticclassicalorchestra.com Ballet Vero Beach This professional ballet company stole our hearts with a magnificent interpretation of a holiday classic with Nutcracker on the Indian River starting four years ago. It was traditionally performed in a theater, but last year’s challenges lead the company in a different direction. They filmed the production in outdoor venues and produced a successful film adaptation.

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This December, the ballet plans to bring its critically acclaimed performance to a very different stage. Nestled among palms, mangroves, and lush tropical greenery, Tree House Vero Beach will host this magical experience. In January, Ballet Vero will return to the stage for FrancoAmerican, celebrating elected French and American influences. Ballet Vero Beach offers in-person and film access to many of its productions. To learn more, visit balletverobeach.org. Vero Beach Performing Arts The remarkably talented students at Vero Beach High School will open their season in late September with a choral concert. In October, their award-winning orchestra will present an Orchestral Spooktacular, an annual favorite for all ages. The jazz band performs in November as well as the drama club which will put on All Together Now, a musical revue of songs from some of the most beloved shows in musical theatre. The VBHS concert band will also present a concert in November followed by the annual winter concert in December, a combined performance showcasing the gifts of all these young performing arts students. For tickets to the area’s most affordable family entertainment visit verobeachperformingarts.com.

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Treasure Coast Foodie Review By Thomas Miller, The Treasure Coast Foodie

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ith Italian food being one of my all-time favorite cuisines, I was looking forward to rediscovering Nino’s Cafe since it’s been a few years since my last visit. As I entered the restaurant, it felt like a totally new experience since the last time I was there. Back in September 2017, they did a complete interior renovation of the dining room, and it feels much lighter & brighter than I remembered. I took a seat and browsed through the menu. It still had the same layout and dishes that I remembered from my previous visit. A few of my foodie friends suggested that I try their cannelloni. It’s been quite a while since I’ve ordered that dish, so I definitely had to try it. The restaurant is located a little bit east of Ocean Drive on Easter Lily Lane, which seems more like a driveway into Humiston Park’s parking lot than an actual road. There are parking spaces directly in front of the restaurant or you can utilize Humiston’ s lot there too. During peak times, you may need to find street parking and walk a short distance to the restaurant. Now let’s dive right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat! Bruschetta – It’s made with grilled Tuscan bread, fresh tomato, basil, garlic, olive oil & balsamic vinegar, and fresh mozzarella on top. Unlike bruschetta I’ve

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tried before, this one is served on a larger piece of grilled bread, has big chunks of tomato, and a lot of fresh mozzarella on top. Bruschetta

The bread had a nice crunch, the tomatoes were really sweet, and the mozzarella was so fresh, I actually thought it was burrata at first. Cannelloni

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Cannelloni – Housemade crepes Margherita Pizza are filled with ground veal, sausage and spinach on a layer of light tomato sauce, and topped with a cream bascimella parmesan sauce. The two crepes had a generous portion of filling in them and had a wonderful meaty flavor! The combination of the red and white sauces gave the dish a rich, yet satisfying flavor! Margherita Pizza – A thin crust is topped with fresh mozzarella, Roma tomatoes, fresh basil, and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil. The crust was perfect, soft and chewy, yet Nino’s Café is located at 1006 Easter Lily had a nice crunch on the bottom. The sauce Lane in Vero Beach, just steps from the was sweet & tangy which gave it a nice ocean, and is open Sunday to Thursday contrast in flavors, and the sliced Roma from 11:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and tomatoes were super fresh! For those of Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. you who are gluten sensitive, they do also until 10:00 p.m. Check out their full menu offer a cauliflower crust that is gluten-free. at ninosrestaurants.com/ninos-café.

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Treasure Coast Trivia

With Halloween approaching, spooky stories add to fall fun. Did you know that the Treasure Coast is home to several haunted places? Test your knowledge of our area’s most famous ghostly locations with this quiz, sponsored by Indian River Hauntings, LLC. 1. The Town Hall of this city was originally the schoolhouse and is believed by many to be haunted by playful children. Visitors to the building at night have reported hearing children’s voices, had their hair pulled and even seen apparitions. A. Sebastian B. Jensen Beach C. Fellsmere D. Fort Pierce 2. Adored as sacred ground for the number of Indian artifacts found there over the years, this stretch of water is also the subject of occasional stories of ghost ships, phantom underwater lights, and vibrations of entities. A. Humiston Beach B. Sebastian Inlet C. Wabasso Causeway D. Bathtub Reef Beach 3. The Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce is rumored to be visited by which two of the following mysterious occurrences: A. An ectoplasmic woman B. A disappearing usher C. Piano music coming from an empty bar room D. Doors that slam shut for no reason

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4. Cold spots, a singing female voice, and a woman who wanders the hallways searching for her lost husband and son are among the many weird phenomena reported by visitors to this historic building. A. The Hallstrom House B. The Old Fort Pierce City Hall C. The Boston House D. The Arcade Building 5. Some believe the spirit of this famous visionary and builder sometimes wanders the beach at night and drops in on his famed water-front creation. A. Paul Kroegel B. Arthur G. McKee C. Waldo Sexton D. Henry T. Gifford 6. Considered one of the most haunted places in Indian River County, this local restaurant often hosts special dinners followed by a real live ghost hunt after regular business hours. A. Ocean Grill B. Waldo’s C. CJ Cannons D. Marsh Landing

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7. An old sailor standing on the rocks, an unfriendly voice uttering “get out,” and the smell of beef stew coming from a kitchen no longer in operation, are among the commonly reported oddities at this historic site in Stuart. A. The Elliott Museum B. House of Refuge at Gilbert's Bar C. Captain Sewall's House D. The Mansion at Tuckahoe 8. The city of Lake Wales, about an hour or so west of Vero, is home to Spook Hill, a popular attraction where the following happens regularly. A. A friendly ghost hangs out at Spook Hill Elementary School B. The spirit of giant alligator causes traffic jams C. Cars placed in neutral roll up hill D. The ghost of a pirate chases visitors up a hill *This edition of Treasure Coast Trivia is just for fun. The questions, answers and stories behind the answers are based solely on local folklore. Did you get them all? Find out the answers and the stories behind them at www.insidetrackalmanac.com!

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Fall Fishing Report By Captain Charlie Conner www.fishtalescharter.com captaincharlie@fishtalescharter.com • 772-284-3852

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eptember will continue to be warm, but the fishing is always exciting. It’s a good month to target tarpon, snook and redfish around the Treasure Coast. Lots of bait has arrived in the area and the predators are chasing it both in the river and on the beach. Water temperatures will likely stay in the upper 80’s. It is always best to fish early or late in the day. Snook season opened on September 1st. Live bait, DOA Terror Eyz and assorted other favorites used around jetties, bridges and sea walls can get you hooked up to that slot fish. Make sure you are prepared for the season, check your equipment, license and snook permit. The fall mullet run will begin this month and that will bring exciting action to the area. If you do not find bait around your favorite fishing spot, you will most likely not find many fish there. Move around if you need to find active bait. Fish love this time of year, and they are out there gorging themselves on the bait in anticipation of the coming winter months.

In October, the mullet run will start winding down and water temperatures will begin to mellow out and get back to normal. There will still be lots of hungry predators out there chasing them around the river and along the beaches. Live finger mullet, croakers and pigfish will be the best live baits to use. DOA Terror Eyz and Bait Busters are good artificial lures to use for snook. Try around the docks, jetties, turning basin and bridges docks around the river. The trout bite will be good too. Get out early with a top water lure for some exciting action on the river. Switch to a DOA shrimp or CAL jerk bait later in the mornings. Harbor Branch, Queen's Cove and Middle Cove are all great areas to fish for trout around the Treasure Coast. In November, the pompano will begin returning to the river and will be a favorite target for anglers throughout the winter. When fishing the surf, use sand fleas or clams and the same in the river. Doc’s Goofy Jigs are great artificial lures for the pomps. You should still find some flounder on the sand flats of the inlet and river and there will still be some tarpon around. Look for mackerel, bluefish and jacks to fill up the inlets this month. Most shiny lures will work on these predators. You can also find them hanging in the channels around Harbor Branch. Remember, fishing isn't just another hobby...it's an ADVENTURE! Good Fishing and be Safe, Captain Charlie Conner

Eli found this nice pompano while fishing along the channel edges in Fort Pierce.

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Full Moons Risings September 20th

Harvest Moon Full 7:55 PM • Moonrise 7:32 PM

October 20th

Hunter’s Moon Full 10:57 AM • Moonrise 7:04 PM

November 19th

Beaver Moon Full 3:57 AM • Moonrise 5:46 PM

Your Fishing Calendar The best days are when the moon is between new and full.

Best Fishing Days September 6–20 October 6–20 November 4–19

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Outlook for Hurricane Season

he 2021 Atlantic hurricane season began June 1 but in Florida, storms usually ramp up in the fall. Most of the most intense storms to brush or directly impact Florida’s east coast over the last 50 years happened between September and October. In August, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service, issued an updated outlook indicating that the 2021 Atlantic season shows no signs of slowing. “After a record-setting start, the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season does not show any signs of relenting as it enters the peak months ahead,” said Rick Spinrad, Ph.D., NOAA administrator. “NOAA will continue to provide the science and services that are foundational to keeping communities prepared for any threatening storm.” NOAA scientists predict that the likelihood of an above-normal 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is 65%. There is a 25% chance of a near-normal season and a 10% chance of a below-normal season. Atlantic sea surface temperatures are not expected to be as warm as they were during the record-breaking

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2020 season; however, reduced vertical wind shear and an enhanced west Africa monsoon all contribute to the current conditions that can increase seasonal hurricane activity. NOAA’s update to the 2021 outlook covers the entire six-month hurricane season, which ends Nov. 30. Throughout the hurricane season, NOAA’s National Hurricane Center (NHC) provides the hurricane track and intensity forecasts that emergency managers and communities rely on across areas at risk during a landfalling storm. NHC is the source for all watches and warnings for tropical storms, hurricanes, and related storm surge. The seasonal outlook from NOAA is not a landfall forecast as landfalls are typically only predictable within about a week of a storm potentially reaching a coastline. Learn more about NOAA’s comprehensive expertise across all aspects of hurricane science and forecasting with our Hurricane Resource Guide on NOAA. gov. Visit FEMA’s Ready.gov for the latest information about hurricane preparedness and evacuation safety.

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Local Golf Courses Sebastian

Sebastian Municipal Course (Public) 101 Brush Foot Dr, SEB 589-6801 John’s Island Club West 5804 87th St, SEB 589-8199 Barefoot Bay Golf Course 1225 Barefoot Blvd, BB 664-3174

Vero Beach

The Windsor Club Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club Johns Island Club North RedStick Golf Club Sandridge Golf Club (Public)

Quail Valley Golf Club Bent Pine Golf Club Hawks Nest Golf Club

3125 Windsor Blvd 1 Beachside Dr, VB 3 Johns Island Dr, VB 8350 58th Ave, VB 5300 73rd St, VB

388-5050 388-2350 231-1700 231-6426 770-5000

6545 Pinnacle Dr, VB 299-0093 6001 Clubhouse Dr, VB 567-6838 6005 Old Dixie Hwy, VB 569-9402

Grand Harbor Golf & Beach Club 985 Club Terrace, VB 778-9200 Vero Beach Country Club 800 30th St, VB 567-3320 Moorings Yacht & Country Club 100 Harbour Drive, VB 231-1004 Indian River Club 800 Carolina Circle SW, VB 569-5066 Riomar Country Club 2100 Club Dr, VB 231-6426 Vista Plantation Course (Public) 48 Plantation Dr, VB 569-2223 Indian River Club 800 Carolina Cir SW, VB 569-5066 Pointe West Country Club 7500 14th Lane, VB 770-3401

Fort Pierce

Indian Hills Country Club 1600 S 3rd St, FP Indian Pines Golf Club 5700 Indian Pines Blvd, FP Gator Trace Golf & Country Club 4302 Gator Trace Dr, FP Fairwinds Golf Course (Public) 4400 Fairwinds Dr, FP

461-9620 464-7018 464-0407 462-4653

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Mindful Places

A Guide to Serenity on the Treasure Coast

I Need a Pick-Me-Up

By Sheana Firth, Chief Brand Officer / Director of Marketing, Mental Health Association in Indian River County

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here’s a moment, near the end of the work week, where I just feel….well…. blah; like a blank space where my normal, happy character should be. The stressors and sheer FULLNESS of the previous workdays have begun to take their toll, even just slightly, like a low vibration buzzing in the recesses of my mind. A hum….a vacancy. A routine done on auto pilot. Get up, make the coffee, walk the dog, get dressed, drive to work, work, drive home, fix something for dinner, feed the pets, do a little housework, take a shower, settle in to catch up on a television show, fall asleep before the first commercial break. Wash, rinse, repeat. It’s Thursday and although I can see the weekend ahead, beckoning me to join it there in its sun-filled splendor, I find the need for a little…something….to get me through these next two days. I’ve run a little too fast and a little too hard

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towards the completion of the weeks’ tasks and my body knows it. There’s a place, a time, where I know just where to find that “something”. Located at the intersection of Indian River Boulevard and 8th Street in Vero Beach, right as the traffic lights are packed with cars and the sun illuminates the sky with its first full brightness of the day, having risen to just the right height, the Lagoon Greenway welcomes my weariness and promises to transform me mind, body and spirit. As I walk the oak covered path, I am transfixed by the way the light catches every curve of the Spanish moss, the way it dances through the wind-tickled leaves. That low buzzing in my mind is quickly replaced with the harmonious melody of the leaves dancing to the music of the breeze and the symphony of the earth’s littlest creatures marching across the grass, going off, no

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doubt, to their little creature jobs. I smile to myself at the thought of “little creature” jobs and am suddenly grateful that I get to go off to my big creature job. And with that, just those few mindful moments, I am eager to finish my workweek with a smile and feeling like myself again. MHAIRC has been active in Indian River County since 1978. In 2007, they opened the Walk-In & Counseling Center in Vero Beach, Florida. The Walk-In & Counseling Center is unique in that it offers immediate access to emotional and behavioral health care for children and adults on a walk-in basis for the initial visit, and by appointment for continuing treatment and services. They also run three Drop-In Centers for people with severe and persistent mental illness in three counties – Indian River, Martin, and Okeechobee counties. These centers are open 365 days per year.

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The Lagoon Greenway The Lagoon Greenway is a lush 187acre preserve featuring three miles of trails suitable for hiking, jogging, and bike riding. The main trail begins within a beautiful maritime hammock with a short boardwalk crossing a slough and then the trail continues through additional hammock. A boardwalk will take you from the edge of the hammock to the shoreline of the Indian River Lagoon, through a broad expanse of mangroves. There are two viewing platforms, great for bird watching or just relaxing by the water. This beautiful space is open to the public daily from dawn until dusk.

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Countryside Family Farms

Fall Festival & Maze Returns Weekends October 2 - October 31 By Maureen Nicolace

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he maze returns this October to Countryside Family Farms! The Fall Festival & MAZE will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm from October 2 through October 31. New this year is a kiddie maze, perfect for the little ones to explore, and a zip line. Other attractions include hayride, jumping pillow, air cannon, mower-goround, kiddie train, barnyard ball zone, rat roller, giant chess, rubber ducky races, corn hole, corn crib, giant tic tac toe, hillbilly hootenanny music station, pumpkins, ring toss, bubble stations, graffiti car, and an old Florida nature trail. You'll definitely work up an appetite, but have no fear! El Sid tacos, farm-made pizza, smash burgers & hot dogs, even farm fresh salad are all on the menu. Have

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a sweet tooth? How about key lime pie, kettle corn and cinnamon bun treats? Want to cool off? There’s nothing quite like their famous soft-serve ice cream, slushies and snowballs, as well as freshsqueezed lemonade. You’ll want to be sure to bring your cameras and iPhones, because there are some ALL NEW photo ops for Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, or just for your treasured family album. Looking for a little night life and want an extra challenge? Flashlight nights return Friday and Saturday, October 29th and 30th from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Bring your own flashlight and explore the maze while still participating in many of the other attractions. It’s a great “date night”, too!

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Countryside Family Farms Fall Festival & MAZE Saturdays & Sundays 10 am – 5 pm $12.95 plus tax online or $15.95 at the gate, 2 and under free Countryside Family Farms, 6325 81st Street, Vero Beach 772-581-0999 (toll free 888-550-5745) • www.CountrysideCitrus.com. Lots of family-friendly activities in addition to the maze, including the all-new zip line, hayride, jumping pillow, rat roller, barnyard ball zone, rubber ducky races, kiddie train rides, kiddie maze, mower-go-round, photo ops, nature trial, air cannon...and more! Food and beverages also available, including El Sid tacos and Countryside’s one-of-a-kind OJ slushie with vanilla soft-serve. October 29 & 30, 2021 Flashlight Nights • 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Bring your own flashlight and explore the maze, plus still enjoy many of the other attractions under floodlights, such as jumping pillow, barnyard ball zone, mower-go-round, rat roller, kiddie maze and corn hole! Food and beverages also available, including El Sid tacos and Countryside’s one-of-a-kind OJ slushie with vanilla soft-serve. Admission is $12.95 plus tax if you buy online at CountrysideCitrus.com and includes all attractions, including two air cannon shots. Buy early and save even more money! Admission is $15.95 plus tax if purchased at the gate. Children two and under are FREE. The Fall Festival &

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MAZE is open Saturdays and Sundays 10 am to 5 pm, with field trips, birthday parties and group outings available for scheduling during the week (minimum 24 people). Visit www.CountrysideCitrus.com for all the information, or call 772-581-0999 (toll free 888-550-5743).

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Wildlife Guide Manatees

Manatees, often called sea cows, are peaceful, lumbering ocean creatures that are always a treat to see. These gentle giants are vegetarians and love warm water. Manatees are protected and need our care for survival. Look but don’t touch. Never feed or approach them. Boaters must take extra care. The most common cause of injury to manatees comes from boat propellers. When fishing, reel in your line when a manatee is near. Find out more about these wonderful creatures at the The Manatee Observation & Education Center in Fort Pierce and enjoy their observation area. Round Island Park in Vero Beach and Sebastian Inlet State Park in Sebastian are also great places to spot manatees.

Dolphins

Florida is home to several species of dolphins, and the most common is the bottlenose dolphin. Adults are typically six to 12 feet and their young may be less than a foot long. Dolphins give live birth in the spring and summer months and it is not uncommon to see the babies swimming closely alongside their mothers in the Indian River Lagoon. Dolphin calves nurse for up to 24 months and usually stay with their mothers for an average of three years. Dolphins live both inshore and offshore so they can be observed almost anywhere along the beach and the Indian River Lagoon but there are an estimated 300 resident bottlenose dolphins that live in the lagoon year-round. It is always a thrill to see them frolicking and fishing in our waters.

Sea Turtles

The Treasure Coast and surrounding beaches make up the largest and most significant sea turtle nesting sites in the country. Leatherback turtles are the first to arrive in early spring with Loggerheads following in April through July, and green turtles in late May through October. Sea turtles lay and bury their eggs on our beaches at night. After about two months, the hatchlings, as a group, make their way to the water’s edge following the light of the moon. Various groups offer beach walks to safely and legally observe nesting turtles. During hatchling season, the public can attend “turtle digs” where hatched nests are examined and documented by local experts. Sea turtles are protected and some are endangered so it is illegal to harass or interfere in any way with nests, nesting turtles or hatchlings. Turn off all beach facing lights during hatchling season so the little ones don’t get disoriented as they make their way to the ocean. Never approach a nesting female and please, leave nothing on the beach except your footprints.

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warm climate and lush landscape is home to an abundance of wildlife that you won’t

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On land and in the water, you’ll be amazed at what you can observe in a single day Treasure Coast. Learn more about some of the fascinating creatures that call Vero Beach, Sebastian and Fort Pierce home! on the

Florida Panthers

Florida panthers are large, light brown cats with a white muzzle, belly and chest. Their tails, ears and snout have black markings. While they are a unique subspecies of Puma concolor (also known as mountain lion, cougar, or puma), you’ll know the Florida Panther by its unique crooked tale and patch of fur on its back. Although most panthers are found south of Lake Okeechobee, they have been documented throughout the state. Florida Panthers are critically endangered and are the last of their subspecies still surviving in the eastern United States. Today there are less than 200 left in the wild. If you see a Florida panther, keep your distance and don’t harass, but be sure to report the sighting to 1-888-404-FWCC.

Bobcats

Are you one of the many that happened to catch the viral photo of the bobcat dragging a shark out of the surf in Vero Beach in 2015? Bobcats are alive and well on the Treasure Coast and widely distributed throughout Florida in deep forest, swamps, and hammock land. The bobcat is about twice the size of a domestic cat and has long legs, large paws and a short, or bobbed, tail. Bobcat sightings are often mistaken for panthers as they are the only other predatory “big cats” native to Florida. Though they are abundant, bobcats are stealthy and secretive so catching a glimpse of these beautiful animals is a rare gift.

Alligators

Florida is famous for many things, not the least of which is an abundant American Alligator population. Alligator observation opportunities are some of the most sought after experiences by visitors and residents alike. Treasure Coast populations reside mostly in fresh bodies of water and marsh areas, and the safest way to see them is with a licensed tour operator. We respect and appreciate our alligators. They are an important part of the Florida’s environment and play a valuable role in the ecology of our wetlands. Alligators are apex predators that help keep other aquatic animal populations in balance, so coexistence is essential. But they are dangerous animals and, while serious injuries to humans are rare, it is wise to use extreme caution in their presence. Never approach or feed an alligator under any circumstances. Swim only in designated areas and be sure to keep pets on a leash around fresh and brackish waters.

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Roseate Spoonbill

Sometimes mistaken for a flamingo, this gregarious wading bird is easily recognized for its bright pink plumage and big spoon shaped bill. There is a growing population of these beauties on the Treasure Coast due to rising water levels in the Everglades. Best seen around inland freshwater wetlands.

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This medium-sized bird of prey feeds almost exclusively on apple snails and, in the U.S., is found only in Florida. The species is locally endangered due to prolonged drought which affects its primary food source. Lucky observers may get a glimpse at inland marshlands and lakes.

This hefty wading bird sports a football shaped body, scaly featherless head and long curved bill that are dead giveaways to its Jurassic ancestry. Their plumage is mostly white with black tail and wing feathers. They roost in trees and hang out around brackish wetlands, ponds and lakes.

Great Blue Heron

The largest of the North American Herons. At an average of four feet tall with a wingspan of around six feet, they are magnificent to see in flight. Named for their blue-gray plumage they have yellow bills and black head feathers. They adapt to both salt and freshwater environments and are abundant along the Indian River Lagoon.

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Sandhill Crane

Florida is home to two species of these enormous cranes which stand around four feet tall. The Greater visits from the north in the winter and the Lesser is a year-round resident. Almost always seen in pairs, they are gray in color with dark red crowns. Residents stick mostly around freshwater ponds and lakes.

Osprey

These large raptors can look like juvenile bald eagles with their white bellies and variegated brown underwings. They're actually a hawk found around salt water and feed primarily on fish which can commonly be seen clutched in their talons. Their nests are big stick structures often built on poles, channel markers and dead trees over open water.

Florida Scrub-Jay

Endangered, it’s the only species of bird endemic to the state of Florida. There are only about 4,000 individuals left due to habitat loss. Scrub-jays exist in unique patches of Florida scrub that have been destroyed by development. Scrub-jays are cooperative breeders, meaning offspring receive care from their parents and other group members.

Magnificent Frigate Bird

These enormous seabirds have forked tails and soar effortlessly, rarely flapping their wings. They are distinguished as winged pirates for their feeding behavior. Instead of diving for fish, they skim the surface and grab prey but they also practice “kleptoparasitism,” meaning that they steal prey from other birds mid-flight!

For More Information About Birding and Local Wildlife We Recommend: Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail: A guide to the network of 510 premier wildlife viewing sites across the state of Florida. www.floridabirdingtrail.com Audubon: Whether you're a beginner looking through your first pair of binoculars or an experienced birder in search of identification tips, it’s all there. www.audubon.org Pelican Island Audubon Society: A local organization providing classes, field trips and educational programs. www.pelicanislandaudubon.org Pelican Island Preservation Society: Another local organization dedicated to the preservation of Pelican Island, the nation’s first National Wildlife Refuge. www.firstrefuge.org

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Beaches Of The Treasure Coast Plan your perfect beach day on the Treasure Coast.

Sebastian Inlet State Park 9700 S. Hwy A1A, Melbourne Beach, 32951 World-class surfing and fishing, multiple piers and two museums

Sea Grape Trail 3802 S. Hwy A1A, VB, 32963 Secluded and peaceful • Also considered a treasure hunting hot spot

Ambersands Beach Park 12566 N. Hwy A1A, VB, 32963 Part of Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge Significant sea turtle nesting area

Turtle Trail Beach Access 8102 N. Hwy A1A,VB, 32963 Quiet and natural, feels like a private beach Popular for sunbathers and shell hunters

Treasure Shores Park 11300 N. Hwy A1A, VB, 32963 Known for beautiful sand dunes and pirate ship playground

Tracking Station Park 11300 North A1A, VB, 32963 Surfing hot spot, wide flat beaches and Vero’s most photographed pier

Golden Sands Park 10350 N. Hwy A1A, VB, 32963 Wide long stretches of natural beach, nesting sea turtles

Jaycee Park 5205 Ocean Dr., VB, 32963 A great family beach • Boardwalk, covered pavilions and large picnic park with a playground

Wabasso Beach 1808 Wabasso Beach Rd, VB, 32963 A favorite for surfers, plus a near-shore reef and Spanish shipwreck attracting snorkelers and treasure hunters

Sexton Plaza 1050 Beachland Blvd, VB, 32963 Beautiful sunrises and lots of action • Located in the heart of Vero’s shopping and dining district Humiston Park Ocean Drive & Easter Lily Lane, VB, 32963 Great for kids with a large modern playground, shopping and dining and boardwalk

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South Beach Park 1704 Ocean Dr, VB, 32963 Wide flat expansive beaches with volley ball courts • Restroom pavilion has drink vending machines Round Island 2200 S. Hwy A1A, VB, 32963 Features an oceanside and lagoon side park with excellent manatee viewing opportunities

Frederick Douglass Beach Park 3800 S Ocean Dr, FP 34949 Horseback riding tours

Avalon State Park N. Hwy A1A, FP, 34949 (1.7 miles South of Round Island) Unique undeveloped stretch of natural beach with excellent surf fishing • Nesting area for Leatherback turtles

Dollman Park Beach 9200 South Ocean Drive, JB 34957 143-acres of secluded sand, surf, and great fishing

Pepper Park Beach 3302 N. SR A1A, FP, 34949 Roomy beach with near-shore reefs perfect for snorkeling • Located in front of the UDT Navy Seal Museum. Ft. Pierce Inlet State Park 905 Shorewinds Dr, FP, 34949 Fully loaded beach park includes hiking trails, observation tower and sparkling turquoise waters Jaycee Park Melaleuca Dr, FP, FL 34949 Popular lagoon side park with tons of amenities, volleyball, splash pad & pavilions with electricity South Beach 900 Atlantic 1 Avenue, FP 34949 Popular wide flat beach

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Walton Rocks 6700 S Ocean Dr, JB, FL 34957 The only off-leash dog friendly beach Waveland Beach 10350 S. Ocean Dr., JB 34957 Hotels, shops & dining within walking distance Jensen Beach Park 4191 NE Ocean Blvd, JB, FL 34957 Rich in amenities, one of the most popular surfing spots in Florida Jensen Beach Causeway Park NE Causeway Blvd, JB, FL 34957 Under the Jensen causeway, a favorite lagoon side spot for boating & fishing

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City Hall 1053 20th Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 978-5151 • www.covb.org Hospital Indian River Medical Center 1000 36th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 567-4311 www.indianrivermedicalcenter.com Utilities Water/Sewer, Indian River County Utilities 1801 27th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 226-1845 • www.ircutilities.com Electric Florida Power & Light (321) 723-7795 • www.fpl.com Department. of Motor Vehicles 1800 27th St. Bldg. B, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 388-6034 • www.flhsmv.gov Schools Indian River County School District 6500 57th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32967 (772) 564-3000 • www.indianriverschools.org Police Indian River County Sheriff 4055 41st Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 569-6700 • www.ircsheriff.org Vero Beach Police Department 1055 20th Street Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 978-4600 • www.vbpd.org Library 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach, FL (772) 770-5060 • www.irclibrary.org Vero Beach Visitor’s Center 1216 21st Street Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 567-3491

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City Hall 1225 Main Street, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 589-5330 • www.cityofsebastian.org Hospital Sebastian River Medical Center 13695 U.S. Hwy. 1, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 589-3186 www.sebastianrivermedical.org Utilities Water/Sewer, Indian River County Utilities 11604 US Hwy. 1, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 226-1845 • www.ircutilities.com Electric Florida Power & Light • (321) 723-7795 www.fpl.com Department of Motor Vehicles 11610 US Hwy. 1, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 388-6034 • www.flhsmv.gov Schools Indian River County School District 6500 57th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32967 (772) 564-3000 • www.indianriverschools.org Police Indian River County Sheriff 4055 41st Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960 (772) 569-6700 • www.ircsheriff.org Sebastian Police Department 1201 Main Street, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 589-5233 • www.sebastianpd.org Library 1001 Sebastian Blvd, Sebastian, FL (772) 589-1355 • www.irclibrary.org Sebastian Visitor’s Center 700 Main Street, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 589-5969

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City Hall 100 N U.S. Hwy. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (772) 467-3000 • www.cityoffortpierce.com Hospital Lawnwood Regional Medical Center 1700 S 23rd Street, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (772) 461-4000 • www.lawnwoodmed.com Utilities Fort Pierce Utilities Authority 206 S. 6th Street, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (772) 466-1600 • www.fpua.com Electric Florida Power & Light (321) 723-7795 • www.fpl.com Department of Motor Vehicles 2300 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL 34982 (772) 462-1650 Schools Street Lucie County Public Schools 501 NW University Blvd, PSL, FL 34986 (772) 429-3600 • www.stlucie.k12.fl.us Police Street Lucie County Sheriff 4700 W Midway Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34981 (772) 462-7300 • www.stluciesheriff.com Fort Pierce Police Department 920 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (772) 467-6800 • www.fppd.org Library 101 Melody Lane, Fort Pierce, FL (772) 462-1615 stlucieco.gov/departments-services/a-z/library Fort Pierce Visitor’s Center 482 N Indian River Dr, Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (772) 468-9152

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City Hall 100 E. Ocean Blvd, Stuart FL 34994 (772) 288-5576 • www.martinclerk.com Hospital Cleveland Clinic Martin North 200 WE Hospital Avenue, Stuart, FL 34994 (772) 287-5200 • www.martinhealth.org Utilities Martin County Utilities 2378 S.E. Ocean Blvd, Stuart FL (772) 221-1434 Electric Florida Power & Light (772) 287-5400 • www.fpl.com Department of Motor Vehicles 3485 Willoughby Road, Stuart, FL (772) 288-5600 • www.taxcol.martin.fl.us Schools Martin County Schools 1939 SE Federal Highway, Stuart, FL 34994 (772) 219-1200 • www.martinschools.org Police Martin County Sheriff 800 SE Monterey Road, Stuart, FL 34994 (772) 220-7000 • www.mcsofl.org Library Hoke Library 1150 NW Jack Williams Way, Jensen Beach, Florida 34957 (772) 463-2870 www.martin.fl.us/hoke-library Jensen Beach Visitor’s Center 1960 NE Jensen Beach Blvd. Jensen Beach, Florida 34957 (772) 334-3444

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Area Attractions ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING CENTER Nature center and walking trail on Wabasso Island, west of Wabasso bridge & south of 510. 255 Live Oak Drive, VB, 772-589-5050

PELICAN ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 5 miles of self guided nature trails with boardwalk & observation tower. Hwy A1A. 4055 Wildlife Way, VB, 772-562-3909

INDIAN RIVER CITRUS MUSEUM Located in the Heritage Center 2140 14th Ave., VB 772-770-2263

RIVERSIDE THEATRE Treasure Coast’s Premier theatre showcasing musicals, dramas, comedies and celebrity performances. 3250 Riverside Park Dr, VB, 772-231-6990

INDIAN RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY Exhibition center housed in restored train station dating back to 1903. 2336 14th Ave., VB 772-778-3435

SEBASTIAN FISHING MUSEUM History of fishing industry & the Indian River Lagoon. South entrance to Sebastian Inlet State Park. 9700 South A1A Melbourne Beach, 772-589-9659

McLARTY MUSEUM Displays of items salvaged from the 1715 shipwrecks. 13180 N A1A, VB 772-589-2147

SEBASTIAN AREA HISTORICAL MUSEUM Local history exhibits, book shop and research facilities. 1235 Main St., SEB, Sebastian City Hall Complex, 772-581-1380

MCKEE BOTANICAL GARDEN An 18 acre subtropical garden offering diverse botanicals and several restored architectural treasures. 350 US Highway 1, VB 772-794-0601

VERO BEACH THEATRE GUILD A live community theatre offering a variety of locally produced shows. 2020 San Juan Ave, VB 772-562-8300

MEL FISHER TREASURE MUSEUM Shipwreck artifacts & treasures from the Atocha & the 1715 Fleet. Gift shop on site. 1322 U.S.1, SEB. 772-589-9875

VERO BEACH MUSEUM OF ART Accredited art museum and art school offers state and national art exhibitions in four galleries and a sculpture garden. 3001 Riverside Park Drive , VB, 772-231-0707

City Key: Port St. Lucie: PSL, Fort Pierce: FP, Vero Beach: VB, Sebastian: SEB

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Area Attractions SAVANNAS RECREATION AREA Covering 550 acres, canoeing, camping and kayaking here is educational and fun! 1400 East Midway Road, FP 772-464-7855

OXBOW ECO-CENTER Located on the St. Lucie River, complete with hands-on exhibits, hiking, educational programs, & gift shop. 5400 NE St. James Dr., PSL, 772-785-5833

BACKUS GALLERY AND MUSEUM The Nation’s largest exhibit of original paintings by A. E. Backus. 500 N. Indian River Drive, FP 772-465-0630

ST. LUCIE COUNTY HISTORY CENTER Displays life from the Spanish ships, Seminole Indians, fishing, agricultural to trains. 414 Seaway Drive, FP, 772-462-1795

HARBOR BRANCH OCEAN DISCOVERY CENTER Interactive exhibits, live animal displays, videos and more. 5600 US 1 North, FP 772-242-2293

ST. LUCIE COUNTY AQUARIUM Six living marine ecosystems exhibits. 420 Seaway Drive,FP 772-462-FISH

HEATHCOTE BOTANICAL GARDENS A living museum of tropical flowers and foliage, including a Japanese garden. 210 Savannah Rd, FP 772-464-4672

SUNRISE THEATRE Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, the Sunrise Theatre cannot be missed. 117 South Second Street, FP 772-461-4884

MANATEE OBSERVATION & EDUCATION CENTER Observe the West Indian Manatee on its migratory journey Nov.-June. 480 N. Indian River Dr. FP 772-466-1600 ext. 3333

SUMMER CRUSH VINEYARD AND WINERY The area’s only working vineyard. Live Music Sunday afternoons. Open Tues - Sun. 4200 Johnston Road, FP, 772-460-0500

NATIONAL NAVY SEAL MUSEUM The nation’s only museum devoted entirely to the U.S. Navy Frogmen and Seals. 3300 North A1A, FP 772-595-5845

FORT PIERCE INLET STATE PARK A beautiful half-mile beach great for swimming, snorkeling, surfing and scuba diving. 905 Shorewinds Drive, FP, 772-468-3985

City Key: Port St. Lucie: PSL, Fort Pierce: FP, Vero Beach: VB, Sebastian: SEB

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Area Attractions HALLSTROM PLANETARIUM AT IRSC State-of-the-art multimedia & effects. View the heavens from the comfort of reclining armchairs. 3209 Virginia Ave. FP, 772-462-4750

FLORIDA OCEANOGRAPHIC COASTAL CENTER 57-acre marine life nature center with interactive exhibits, game fish lagoon, stingray feeding and more. 890 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, 772-225-0505

SAVANNAS PRESERVE STATE PARK The largest ecologically intact stretch of freshwater marsh in Southeast FL. 2541 SE Walton Rd, PSL, 772-398-2779

ELLIOTT MUSEUM A variety of collections, including vintage cars, baseball artifacts, artwork, Americana & more. 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, 772-225-1961

INDIAN RIVERSIDE PARK Premier family destination with splash pad, picnic pavilions, fishing pier, beach & more. 1707 NE Indian River Dr, JB, 772-463-3201

THE HOUSE OF REFUGE MUSEUM Martin County’s oldest structure lets visitors step back in time to the turn of the century. 301 SE Macarthur Blvd, Stuart, 772-225-1875

U.S. SAILING CENTER Sailing lessons, regattas, events & more for all ages. 1955 NE Indian River Drive, JB, 772-334-8085

ROAD TO VICTORY MILITARY MUSEUM Small museum open select days featuring military artifacts & vehicles in a WWII barracks. 319 E Stypmann Blvd, Stuart, 772-334-2990

JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY STATE PARK Boat launch, fishing, picnic pavilions & beach under the scenic Jensen causeway bridge. 2004 NE Causeway Blvd, JB, 772-288-5690

THE LYRIC THEATRE Historic theatre in vibrant downtown Stuart offers live shows, concerts, cinema & arts education. 59 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart, 772-286-7827

THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE TREASURE COAST Offers kids & families tons of hands-on play & interactive activities both indoors and out. 1707 NE Indian River Dr, JB, 772-225-7575

THE BARN THEATRE Long-standing community theatre featuring plays, musical theatre, and artist tribute performances. 2400 E Ocean Blvd. Stuart, 772-287-4884

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Fellsmere Frog Leg Festival The World's Largest Downtown Fellsmere froglegfestival.com

Shrimp Fest & Craft Brew Hullabaloo 3 Days of Seafood & Fun Riverview Park, Sebastian shrimpfestfl.com

Sebastian Fine Art & Music Festival Unique Blend of Art & Music Riverview Park, Sebastian sebastianartshow.com

February Florida Craft Brew & Wing Fest A Top Florida Beerfest Royal Palm Pointe, Vero Beach floridacraftbrewandwingfest.com Gardenfest Gardener's Delight Riverside Park, Vero Beach gardenclubofirc.org St. Lucie County Fair Carnival, Rides, Rodeo, Music St. Lucie County Fairgrounds, Equestrian and Event Center, PSL stluciecountyfair.org

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Hibiscus Festival Pageantry, Crafts & Music Downtown Vero Beach mainstreetverobeach.org Firefighters Fair Spectacular Rides, Livestock, Music Indian River County Fairgrounds firefightersfair.org Pelican Island Wildlife Festival Celebrates the Nation's First Refuge Riverview Park, Sebastian firstrefuge.org Under The Oaks Art Show Juried Fine Arts & Crafts Riverside Park, Vero Beach verobeachartclub.org Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival Camping, Glamping & Music Sunshine Grove, Okeechobee okeechobeefest.com

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Grant Seafood Festival Best of Florida Seafood 4580 1st St, Grant grantseafoodfestival.com

April Fort Pierce Oyster Festival Waterfront Seafood Celebration Veterans Memorial Park, Fort Pierce fortpierceoysterfest.com

May May Pops Pure Broadway Magic Indian River County Fairgrounds Vero Beach irhf.org/may-pops

June Vero Beach Wine & Film Festival Award-Winning Entertainment Various locations around Vero Beach vbwff.com Annual Waterlily Celebration Brimming with Beauty McKee Botanical Gardens, Vero Beach mckeegarden.org

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Indian River Lagoon Science Festival Fascinating Fun for All Veterans Memorial Park, Fort Pierce irlsciencefest.org

November Sebastian Clambake Clams, Music & History Riverview Park, Sebastian sebastianclambake.com Muster & Music Festival Tactical Demonstrations & Music National Navy SEAL Museum, Fort Pierce navysealmuseum.org Stuart Air Show Thrilling performances and historical displays Witham Field, Stuart stuartairshow.com Jensen Beach Pineapple Festival Authentic street festival celebrating pineapple heritage Downtown Jensen Beach Facebook.com/pineapplefestival

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Live Music

Arts

Live in the Loop Outdoor Concert

Gallery Stroll

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Art Walk

Jazz Jams

Museum Studios

Fri. & Sat. at Riverside Theatre, VB, 6:30 pm, riversidetheatre.com/free-outside-concerts Sat. & Sun. at Summer Crush Vineyard and Winery, FP, 1 - 5 pm, summercrushwine.com Every other Weds., Port St Lucie Botanical Gardens, 6:30 - 9:30 pm, jazzsociety.org

The Jazz Market

Sat. in Downtown FP, 8 am - 1 pm, jazzsociety.org

Free Concert in the Park

2nd and 4th Fri. of the month, Riverview Park, SEB, 5:30 pm, sebastianchamber.com

Markets Green Market

Weds. at Marina Square in FP, 12 - 6 pm, facebook.com/wednesdaygreenmarket

Fort Pierce Farmers Market

Sat., Marina Square in FP, 8 am - noon, fortpiercefarmersmarket.com

Vero Beach Farmers Market

Sat. at Humiston Park in VB, 8 am - noon, verobeachoba.com

Street Fairs & Food Friday Fest

1st Fri. of each month, Marina Square in FP, 5:30 - 9 pm, mainstreetfortpierce.org

Sunset Saturday

1st Sat. of the month on Ocean Drive in VB, 5:30 - 8:30 pm, verobeachoba.com

Food Trucks

Sat. at the Vero Beach Outlets, 11am - 6 pm, verobeachoutlets.com

Downtown Friday

Last Fri. of each month in downtown VB, 6 - 9 pm, mainstreetverobeach.org

Jammin Jensen

Thursdays in downtown Jensen Beach, 6-9:30 pm, jensenbeachflorida.info

1st Friday of the month, Downtown VB, 5 - 8 pm, mainstreetverobeach.org/gallery-stroll/ 3rd Friday of the month in downtown FP, 5 - 8 pm, facebook.com/ArtWalkFP Saturdays at the Vero Beach Museum of Art (all ages), 10 am - 1 pm, vbmuseum.org

Art Talk

Wednesdays at the Vero Beach Museum of Art, 12 pm, vbmuseum.org

Environmental Events

Meet & Greet at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

Saturdays at 10:30 am, Refuge experts on-site provide insights and answers about our Nation’s first wildlife refuge. Firstrefuge.org

Critter Crunch and Munch

Sat. at Oxbow Eco-Center, 3 pm, stlucieco.gov/departments-services/a-z/oxbow-eco-center/calendar-of-events

Ocean Science Lecture Series

Weds., Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, 4 pm & 7 pm, fau.edu/hboi/community/osls.php

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Tours fau.edu/hboi/community/immersiontours.php Immersion Tours Weds., 10:30 am - 12 pm IR Lagoon Research Boat Tour Fri., 10:30 am - 12 pm

Ocean Exploration Tour 2nd Thurs., 10:30 am - 12 pm Behind-the-Scenes Tour

3rd Thurs. of the month, 2 pm, Smithsonian Marine Station, FP, naturalhistory.si.edu

Marine Science in the Morning

Weds. (dates vary), 9 am, St. Lucie County Aquarium, FP, naturalhistory.si.edu

Manatee Center Guided Kayak Tours Sat. at FP Inlet State Park, 10:30 am manateeeducationcenter.org

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A Tribute to Christo and JeanneClaude: Selections from the Tom Golden Collection, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 1-30 Portfolios: Jane Lawton Baldridge, A Sea Story Girl Exhibit, Elliott Museum, Stuart, 225-1961 1-30 Seminole People of Florida – Survival and Success, Elliott Museum, Stuart, 225-1961 28-30 Hanneke Beaumont: Drawn to Life, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 4-30 Martin Puryear: Printmaker, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 3 The Leftovers, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 4 Billy D. Lindley, Bon Jovi and Journey Tribute, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 5 Jimmy Buffet Tribute, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 5 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 8 ManaTales: Tidepool Tots, 11AM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 8 Virtual Painting Workshop: Flower Burst, 6PM 778-0368 10 Will Brant, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 10 Lunch & Learn - St. Lucie School's Farm to School Program, 12PM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 11 Comedy Corner Presents: Doug Canney LIVE@ The Black Box, 7PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775

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Morning Nature Walk, Pelican Island Audubon Society at Sebastian Inlet State Park, 7-8:30AM, 567-3520 11 The Essence of Motown, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 11 Alesandra Valenzuela, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 12 String Assassins, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 12 Remembering 9-11, 3PM, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at Community Church, VB, 231-4136 16-30 The Full Monty, The Barn Theatre, Stuart, 287-4884 17 Front Porch Blues, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 18 Stormy & The Treblemakers Reggae Band, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 18 Kid's Fishing Tournament, 10AM-2PM, LaPorte Farms, SEB, 633-0813 19 Tribute to Marvin Gaye, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 19 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 22 Guided Nature Walk, Toni Robinson Waterfront Trail, 8AM, Environmental Learning, Center, VB, 589-5050 24 Sandy Back Porch, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 25 Recycle Derby, 12-4PM, Walking Tree Brewery, VB, 217-3502 25 Bobby Owen Band, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 25 Night Sounds Concert Series Vintage Band, 7PM, Sebastian Inlet State Park, VB, adrienne.finegan@floridadep.gov 25 Morning Nature Walk, Pelican Island Audubon Society at Bee Gum Point, 7-8:30AM, 567-3520

City Key: Port St. Lucie: PSL, Fort Pierce: FP, Vero Beach: VB, Sebastian: SEB, Jensen Beach: JB

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Once Upon an Orchestra, 12:30PM, 1:30PM, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at Riverside Park, VB, 231-4136 Chicken Derby Race, 10AM-2PM, LaPorte Farms, SEB, 633-0813 Once Upon an Orchestra, 12:30PM, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-4136 Tom Jackson Duo, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 Virtual Painting Workshop: Look Up, 6PM 778-0368

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Indian River Bird & Nature Art Show, Environmental Learning Center, VB 589-5050 Hanneke Beaumont: Drawn to Life, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 Martin Puryear: Printmaker, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 Countryside’s Fall Festival, Sat & Sun, 10AM-5PM, Countryside Family Farms, VB, 581-0999 Seminole People of Florida, Elliott Museum, Stuart, 225-1961 The Full Monty, The Barn Theatre, Stuart, 287-4884 Beauty and the Beast JR, Riverside Theatre, VB, 231-6990 Nicholas Sparks Presents The Wish, Vero Beach Book Center at Sebastian River High School Performing Arts Center, 6PM, SEB, 569-2050 Lil Lin Band, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 Tom Papa, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827

All area codes are 772 unless otherwise noted As with all events during this time, the following may be subject to postponement or cancellation. Please double check with venues and organizers.

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Countryside Family Farms Fall Festival & MAZE, 10AM-5PM, Countryside Family Farms, VB, 581-0999 2-31 American Perspectives: Stories from the American Folk Art Museum Collection, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 2 Community Appreciation Day, 10AM5PM, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, FP 464-4672 2 Elko Concerts Presents Rodney Carrington Live, 8 PM, , Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 2 Miattas and Mangos, 12PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 2 Special Needs Western Hoedown, 5-8PM, LaPorte Farms, SEB, 633-0813 2 Gary Hoey, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 3 Flatwoods Guided Hike, 9AM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 3 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 3 Spyro Gyra, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 5 Sounds of Soul, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 6-17 Dracula, Vero Beach Theatre Guild, VB, 562-8300 6 Virtual Painting Workshop: Tabletop Garden, 6PM 778-0368 7 Cork, Canvas & Company: Florida Sunset, 6:30 PM, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 7 Chris Hillman, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 8 Lunch & Learn - Florida Eagle Watch, 12PM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266

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Sawyer Brown, 8PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 8 James Chapin presents Ride South Until the Sawgrass, 6PM, Vero Beach Book Center, VB, 569-2050 8 Solparty, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 9 7th Annual Running of the Wieners Dog Race, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing, SEB, 571-5693 10 Burnt Biscuit and Car Show, 12PM, Summer Crush, FP, 460-0500 10 Mercury: Queen’s Frontman, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 14 ManaTales: Sea Turtle Survival, 11AM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 14 Live Painting Workshop: Glass, 6PM, Staybridge Suites, VB 778-0368 15 Sirsy, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 15 Albert Cummings, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 16 Sidney Ferguson Presents Pastor Shirley Caesar Concert, 8PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 16 Fall Mullet Run Surf Fishing Tactics, 2PM, Sebastian Inlet State Park, VB, adrienne.finegan@floridadep.gov 16 Fall Garden Fest 2021, 10AM-4PM, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, FP 464-4672 16 7 Year Anniversary Party, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing, SEB, 571-5693 16 Jim Messina, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 17 Billy D Lindley & Fonda Cash Rockin the 80s, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 17 Fall Garden Fest 2021, 12PM-4PM, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, FP 464-4672

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Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 18 International Coastal Cleanup Day with Coastal Connections, ORCA and ELC, 9AM, Riverside Park 18 Virtual Painting Workshop: Robin’s Nest, 6PM, 778-0368 20 Art Talk, 12PM, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 20 The Marshall Tucker Band - Southern Rockin' Roundup, 7:30PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 20 Full Moon Hike, 6:15PM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 21 Cork, Canvas & Company: Willows at Sunset (Van Gogh) on a Tote Bag, 6:30 PM, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 21 Walter Trout, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 22 The Dead Guys, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 22 Steven Wright, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 23 Billy D Lindley & Fonda Cash Petty Nicks Tribute, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 23 Night Sounds Concert Series Mingle Wood Band, 7PM, Sebastian Inlet State Park, VB, adrienne.finegan@floridadep. gov 23 Fall Festival, 10AM-4PM, LaPorte Farms, SEB, 633-0813 23 Keb’ Mo’, 6PM & 8:30PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 23-24 The Bonsai Gathering in The Gardens, 9AM-4PM, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, PSL, 337-1959 24 Great Duck Derby, 12-5PM, Capt Hirams, SEB, 388-8588

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George Jones, Johnny Cash Tribute with Ralph Curtis & Rodeo 45, 1PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 26 Kristy Woodson Harvey presents Christmas in Peachtree Bluff, 6PM, Vero Beach Book Center, VB, 569-2050 27 Lightning Productions Presents The Mersey Beatles Four Lads From Liverpool, 7:30PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 27 Guided Nature Walk, North Sebastian Conservation Area, 8AM, Environmental Learning, Center, VB, 589-5050 27-31 Cultural Council Members Exhibition, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 28 Pre-Halloween, 6PM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 28 Live Painting Workshop: Pumpkin Patch, 6PM, Staybridge Suites, VB 778-0368 29-30 Flashlight Nights at Countryside Family Farms Fall Festival & MAZE, 6:30-9:30PM, Countryside Family Farms, VB, 581-0999 30 Tent or Treat, 5-9PM, LaPorte Farms, SEB, 633-0813 30 Billy Chapman, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 31 Art in the Park, 10AM, Vero Beach Art Club at Humiston Park, VB, 231-0303 31 BOOtanical Halloween, 4-7PM, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, PSL, 337-1959 31 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693

November 2021 1-30

Hanneke Beaumont: Drawn to Life, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 1-30 American Perspectives: Stories from the American Folk Art Museum Collection, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 1-30 Martin Puryear: Printmaker, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 1-30 Cultural Council Members Exhibition, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 3 Virtual Painting Workshop: Autumn Wreath, 6PM, 778-0368 4 Cork, Canvas & Company: Tree of Life, 6:30 PM, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 4 Orleans, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 4 National Philanthropy Day hosted by Association of Fundraising Professionals Indian River Chapter, 11:30AM, Quail Valley River Club, VB, 299-7449 4-21 Let’s Murder Marsha, The Barn Theatre, Stuart, 287-4884 6 Pinebox Dwellers, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 6 Kathleen Madigan: “Do You Have Any Ranch?", 6PM & 8:30PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 7 Flatwoods Guided Hike, 9AM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 9 The Sicilian Tenors, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 10-21 Sleuth, Vero Beach Theatre Guild, VB, 562-8300

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ManaTales: Playful Pelicans, 11AM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 11 Live Painting Workshop: Photo Bomb, 6PM, Staybridge Suites, VB 778-0368 11 National Geographic Live - View from Above with NASA Astronaut, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 12 Lunch & Learn - Manatee Mystique, 12PM, Manatee Observation and Education Center, FP, 429-6266 12 Gretchen Rose presents Veni Vidi Vero, 6PM, Vero Beach Book Center, VB, 569-2050 12 33 Years, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 12 Steep Canyon Rangers, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 13 Bruce Hornsby, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 13 Beachside Bonfire Fest, 5-9PM, Sexton Plaza, VB 14 Art in the Park, 10AM, Vero Beach Art Club at Humiston Park, VB, 231-0303 14 Folk Jam and Song Circle, 3PM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 14 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 14 Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 14-15 Vero Beach Arts & Crafts Expo, Indian River County Fairgrounds, VB, 492-6105 15 Brian Kilmeade presents The President & the Freedom Fighter, 6PM, Vero Beach Book Center, VB, 569-2050 15 Virtual Painting Workshop: Who’s Watching, 6PM 778-.368 17 Art Talk, 12PM, Vero Beach Museum of Art, VB, 231-0707 18 O-Town Motown, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693

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Full Moon Hike, 6:15PM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 19 Penny Creek Band, 6:30PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 19-21 Elf, The Musical JR, Riverside Theatre, VB, 231-6990 19-21 The Festival of Trees, Riverside Theatre, VB, 231-6990 20 Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail Festival, 12PM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 20 Pure Zeppelin Experience Celebration, 7:30PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827 20 America: 50th Anniversary Tour, 7:30PM, Sunrise Theatre, FP, 461-4775 20 Night Sounds Concert Series Penny Creek, 6PM, Sebastian Inlet State Park, VB, adrienne.finegan@floridadep.gov 20 Hawk's Bluff Guided Hike, 9AM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 24 Guided Nature Walk, Sebastian Inlet Hammock Trail, 8AM, Environmental Learning, Center, VB, 589-5050 26-30 Garden of Lights 2021, Fridays and Saturdays, 5-9PM, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, FP 464-4672 26 Turkey Waddle Hike, 9AM, Savannas Preserve State Park, PSL, 398-2779 28 Summer Crush Wine Run Turkey Trot Race, 8AM, Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, FP, 460-0500 28 Art in the Park, 10AM, Vero Beach Art Club at Humiston Park, VB, 231-0303 28 Christmas with Emmet Cahill, 3PM, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, The Emerson Center, VB, 231-4136 28 Ukulele Choir, 1PM, Pareidolia Brewing Company, SEB, 571-5693 30 A Swingin’ Little Christmas! Starring Jane Lynch, 7PM, Lyric Theatre, Stuart, 286-7827

City Key: Port St. Lucie: PSL, Fort Pierce: FP, Vero Beach: VB, Sebastian: SEB, Jensen Beach: JB

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