Five Things You Must Do In Stuart This Summer


For the Love Of Surfing

Join coach Ray Fanali and the helping hands of Future Six as they host “For The Love Of Surfing” on July 8 at Stuart Beach. Since 2013, the surf camps have taught children with disabilities about balance and appreciation of nature while having fun in the ocean. (free;

Dancin’ in the Streets

Dancin’ in the Streets will celebrate its 30th anniversary in downtown Stuart on Aug. 19. Recently named a “Top 20 Event for August” by the Southeast Tourism Society, Dancin’ in the Streets features bands from all genres—blues, Latin, pop rock and more. Dance until midnight, and take breaks along the way to enjoy local vendors and food. ($15/advance, $20/day-of;

Back to School Bash

Round up the kids, and take them to the Back to School Bash at the Fort Pierce Police Athletic League on Aug. 11. Enjoy food, games and giveaways while taking advantage of the information and resources provided by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (free;

Bob Hope: An American Treasure

On tour from the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, “Bob Hope: An American Treasure” will open at the Elliott Museum beginning July 22 and will run until Nov. 26. The exhibit will highlight Hope’s accomplishments in entertainment along with his connection to previous U.S. presidents, his USO Tours and his passion for golf. (Tickets from $6;

New World, New Wines

Take your taste buds on a sub-tropic trip this summer with Total Wine and More’s “New World, New Wines: Exploring the Southern Hemisphere” on Aug. 24 in Jensen Beach. Learn about wines, including Argentine Malbec, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and Australian Shiraz. The tasting features cellar-worthy to summer-table wines. Leave the sunscreen at home, but don’t forget your ID. ($20;

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