6 Things Happening In Martin And St. Lucie Counties During May And June


Tacos & Tequila

What better way to spend a day than with tequila and tacos? Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at the Treasure Coast Taco and Tequila Fest taking place at Tradition Square in Port St. Lucie on May 5. Enjoy a day packed with entertainment, a taco eating contest and taco and tequila tastings. ($5; us.eventbu.com)

Team Up to Clean Up

Help the Treasure Coast Food Bank on June 16 with its house cleaning needs. “Team Up to Clean Up” is a new event created to help the organization maintain its facility and services in the community. (free; stophunger.org)

Sacred Arts

Aya Fiber Studio and Fish House Art Center will welcome the Drepung Monastery Monks on June 11. The monks will create a sand mandala during the following five days, which on June 17 at the closing ceremonies will be deconstructed and dispersed into a flowing body of water. (free; fishhouseartcenter.com)

Save the Chimps

Three times a year, Save the Chimps in Fort Pierce opens its doors to members and offers tours of its 150-acre chimpanzee sanctuary. Watch the 250 chimpanzees that call Save the Chimps home play, climb and roam free during a walking or trolley tour on May 19. (Ticket prices vary; savethechimps.org)

Golf Classic

During the Young Life Martin County’s second annual golf classic on May 11, enjoy a day of golf on a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, lunch, dinner and a silent auction with breathtaking views of the ocean. Proceeds will benefit YLMC, an organization that reaches out to teens and helps them develop their faith. (Prices vary; ylmcgolfclassic.com)

Mother’s Day Luau

Celebrate mom with a luau-inspired Mother’s Day brunch on the beach at the Sand Dune Café in Jensen Beach on May 14. Don’t miss out on live music, a buffet, raffle, giveaways and more. ($25; discovermartin.com/event/mothers-day-brunch-at-sand-dune-cafe/)

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