The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast's Bunfest returns to Flagler Center in Stuart April 30

Bunfest Hops Back on the Scene

The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast's annual small animal adoption and family fun event returns to Flagler Center in Stuart April 30
Photo courtesy of Operation 300

(Re)Boot Camp with Operation 300

The Stuart-based nonprofit is a haven for children of fallen soldiers. Read up on the organization's upcoming programming
Kids' yoga at ZAM Fest. Photo courtesy of the City of Port St. Lucie. jpg

Arts and Mindfulness Merge at ZAM Fest

Enjoy two days of zen, arts, mindfulness, and wellness at the family-friendly event in Port St. Lucie April 23-24
Be True To Your Roots by Cheryl Cote'

On View This April at MartinArts

The Court House Cultural Center Gallery in Stuart will set the scene for two immersive exhibitions this month
Fredd with his family at the Youth of the Year ceremony

Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County’s New Youth of the Year

Fredd Galvez of the Cole-Clark Club in Hobe Sound, will represent the county at the Youth of the Year state competition this month
Apollo Vega 2

Apollo Vega and the Vega Tribe to Perform

The band will showcase hits by the "Legends of Pop" during the St. Lucie Cultural Alliance's concert on April 7
Varna, Bulgaria - June 23 ,2015: Flying drone quadcopter Dji Phantom 2 with digital camera GoPro HERO4

Eyes on the Sky in Jensen Beach

Drone pilots from across the country will convene at Jensen Beach Causeway Park for the Second Annual Drone Meetup April 2
Mutt March Festival guests and their pets

Mutt March Festival is Back

After two years online, the beloved festival will return to Memorial Park in Stuart for a day of pet-friendly activities March 26
Artist Chris Kling paints House of Refuge in Stuart. Photo by Jordan Weber

Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Plein Air Festival Returns

Thirty nationally-acclaimed plein air artists will bring their talents to Palm Beach County and Martin County March 27 through April 2.
Photo courtesy of Kai-Kai Farm

Health and Wellness Festival Returns to Kai-Kai Farm

The second annual wellness-focused event will return to the Indiantown farm with vendors, fitness, and food March 26.
Photo courtesy of StarStruck Academy Theatre

2 Shows to See at StarStruck Academy Theatre

The Stuart children's theatre will kick off the season of performances with 13, The Musical, hitting the stage March 3-5
Photo courtesy of the Jensen Beach Garden Club

First Annual Jensen Beach Garden Expo Kicks Off

The Jensen Beach Garden Club will invite the community for a day of plant sales and gardening education at Indian Riverside Park on February 26
Diversity, on view in "Transcendent"

Art Walk Celebrates Black History Month

Tour works by the St. Lucie Cultural Alliance's Black artist members in "Transcendent" at Ohana Group Gallery beginning February 18
The new Crunch Stuart. Photos courtesy of CR Fitness

Crunch Fitness Comes to Stuart

CR Fitness, the fitness brand's largest franchisee, opened the doors to the state-of-the-art gym on February 7
1968 Ferrari 312 F1

Exotic Motor Car Showcase Returns to McKee

The botanical garden will set the scene for the "12th Annual Motor Car Exhibition," on view beginning February 12

Cheers to 15 Years at Taste of Little Italy

The beloved festival returns to Tradition Square in Port St. Lucie February 18-20 with free admission in honor of its anniversary
Chopped event at ArtsFest. Photo courtesy of MartinArts

ArtsFest Returns to Gazebo Park

In its thirty-fifth year, the festival returns February 12-13 with an eclectic ensemble of visual artists, musicians, singers, and local chefs

Artistic Collaboration Comes to 901hub

Artists Corina Pelloni and Jane Lawton Baldridge will host "Glimmer: A Glow Show" featuring the works of nine local artists February 4-5
Imaginary Forest by Robin Marshall

“Celebrating Us” with the St. Lucie Cultural Alliance

The juried exhibition will feature works for sale by the Cultural Alliance Art Guild artists on view beginning January 27
Chief of Police Floyd Tyson (on motorcycle), Leroy Ricou, Bank President John E. Taylor and Postmaster E. J. Ricou

Ashley Gang Exhibit Lands at Elliott Museum

The Hutchinson Island museum's permanent exhibit chronicles the origins and crimes of Martin County's infamous Ashley Gang

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