7 November Events Throughout Martin And St. Lucie Counties

Photo courtesy Doug Davis


Don’t miss your chance to attend the 2019 Audi Stuart Air Show taking place at Witham Field from Nov. 1 to 3. This year’s performers include the F-16 Viper Demo Team, the Black Daggers, the Twin Tigers Aerobatic Team and plenty more. Plus, a special classic car show will take place Nov. 2. (Ticket prices vary; stuartairshow.com)


Now through Nov. 24, head to the Elliott Museum for the Pirates, Privateers and Buccaneers exhibit. Learn all about pirates, like the Treasure Coast’s own Don Pedro Gilbert, the namesake of the sandbar that caused numerous wrecks just off of the House of Refuge. (Free; elliottmuseum.org/exhibits)


Festival Back for a second year, the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail Festival will take place at Summer Crush Vineyard and Winery on Nov. 16. Each guest will receive one tasting glass and unlimited samples from Side Door Brewing Co., Orchid Island Brewery, Pierced Ciderworks and more. ($25/advance, $30/day of; tcwineandaletrail.com)


Gather the family and head to the Port St. Lucie Holiday Arts and Crafts Expo from Nov. 16 to 17 at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center grounds. This family-friendly event will feature live music, a kid zone, and more than 200 booths of handcrafted works of art from artists based locally and nationally. (Free; artandcraftexpo.com)


Start Thanksgiving Day early by taking part in the Palm City Turkey Trot on Nov. 28. A 5K run and a Kids Fun Run will take place with proceeds benefiting Love and Hope in Action of Stuart.  (Prices vary; runsignup.com)

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Support the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast when you attend the Nov. 13 Pet Photo Shoot Fundraiser at NOTES Music Room & Wine Bar. Bring your furry friend for an afternoon of adorable snapshots taken by AGoldPhoto Pet Photography and receive an online gallery you can share with your loved ones. Be sure to book ahead to reserve your spot. (From $75; agoldphoto.com)


From Nov. 22 to 24, head to Jensen Beach for the signature Pineapple Festival, which pays homage to the community’s rich pineapple history. This year’s theme will be “Homegrown” and will showcase local artists, musicians and, of course, pineapple-themed food. A Bahamian market will also be available, featuring island music, crafts and more. (Free; pineapplefestival.info)

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