6 Things To Do In Martin And St. Lucie Counties In April

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First Data Field in Port St. Lucie

METS FAMILY DAY

Join the St. Lucie Mets on April 29 for a day of food, fun and baseball at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie for “Family Day.” Tickets include admission to the game and brunch featuring baseball stadium favorites and bottomless mimosas and beer for adults. ($15, leadershipmcalumni.com/events)

National Wear Your Pajamas

WEAR YOUR PAJAMAS TO WORK

The day after taxes are due just got a lot more rewarding. Take part in National Wear Your Pajamas to Work Day on April 16, and mix comfort into your work wardrobe.

Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation

HELP A HORSE DAY

Beginning April 26, Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation will be celebrating “Help a Horse Day” through June 30, during which fundraising events will allow interested adopters to meet horses and support the organization’s mission of helping abused, neglected and homeless horses. (Donations accepted; eraf.org)

The Mansion at Tuckahoe

MUSIC AT THE MANSION

Enjoy live music, food and drinks, and kids activities at The Mansion at Tuckahoe on April 15. Taking place at the Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach, Music at the Mansion is a monthly music series hosted by Martin County Parks and Recreations. (free; mansionattuckahoe.com)

SEAFOOD & MUSIC

Shrimp and Lobster Festival is back with a diverse seafood menu and musical performances by Wyclef Jean, Colt Ford and The Original Wailers. Taking place April 27 to 29 at Memorial Park in Stuart, the event will offer guests seafood favorites such as lobster quesadillas, cracked conch and coconut-encrusted Florida mahi. (Ticket prices vary; shrimpandlobsterfest.com)

TREASURE COAST PRIDEFEST

Returning for its 14th year, Treasure Coast PrideFest will take over Riverwalk Center in Fort Pierce on April 15. PrideFest will include live music and entertainment, food and drinks, games and vendors. (free; prideofthetreasurecoast.org/pridefest-2018)

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