7 Things To Do This Summer In Martin And St. Lucie Counties


Junior Angler Tournament

The Stuart Sailfish Club will host its annual Junior Angler Tournament from Aug. 2 to 3 at Sailfish Marina. Activities will include a captains meeting, fishing and an awards ceremony. ($40/members, $45/non-members; stuartsailfishclub.com)

Military Appreciation Game

The St. Lucie Mets will host its annual Military Appreciation Game at First Data Field on July 6, during which teammates will wear custom jerseys that will be auctioned off online. Proceeds will benefit VVA Chapter 566 and the Veterans Health and Welfare Fund. (Ticket prices vary; milb.com/st-lucie)

Goombay Bash

Take in the sights, sounds and tastes of Cuba with Martin Health System LifeSavers’ Goombay Bash “Havana Nights,” raising money for maternal child and pediatric services. Enjoy Cuban food, beverages and entertainment at the July 13 event taking place at  Jensen Beach Causeway Park. (Tickets from $250; martinhealth.org)

Alzheimer’s Community Walk

Meet at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center on Sept. 28 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Funds raised will support Alzheimer’s care, support and research. (By donation; alz.org)

Wishful Wedding Showcase

Calling all brides-to-be! The Mansion at Tuckahoe will host The Wishful Wedding Showcase on Sept. 15. Couples can view a number of vendors to assist on their special day while enjoying food and cake tastings, a fashion show, giveaways and more. ($10; traxxentertainment.com)


Watch the sky light up in celebration of July Fourth with the City of Stuart fireworks display at Stuart Main Street. (free; stuartmainstreet.org)

Enjoy a day filled with aerobatic performances, pilot meet-and-greets, fireworks and more on July Fourth during Flying over Flagler Park, sponsored by The City of Stuart and the Stuart Air Show. (free; stuartairshow.com)

Port St. Lucie

Port St. Lucie will celebrate its American pride with FreedomFest on July Fourth. Events will include a live band, food and refreshments, plus games and activities for the whole family. The evening will end with a fireworks display at the Civic Center. (free; cityofpsl.com)  

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