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7 December Events In Martin And St. Lucie Counties

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Poinsettia Power!

Explore more than 20 holiday-shopping vendors at Poinsettia Power! on Dec. 4. Proceeds will benefit Meals on Wheel in Martin County. Enjoy the gift bazaar as well as a luncheon, fashion show and goodies from local businesses at The Kane Center. ($100; kanecenter.org)

Holiday Home Tour

Traverse some of Stuart’s most beautifully decorated homes decked out in holiday spirit. Meet at the Woman’s Club of Stuart Clubhouse on Dec. 8 during the Holiday Home Tour. Funds raised will benefit charities of the Woman’s Club of Stuart. (Tickets from $45; womansclubofstuart.com)

Cookies with Santa

Nobody enjoys cookies more than Santa—except for kids. Have your children take part in cookie decorating, holiday crafts and more at the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast. Cookies with Santa on Dec. 15 also includes letters and photos with Santa, as well as storytime. (Ticket prices vary; childrensmuseumtc.org)

Christmas Holiday Bazaar

Roam more than 60 booths of handmade, one-of-a-kind Christmas and holiday gifts at the Christmas Holiday Bazaar on Dec. 14 at Tradition Square. Find treasures from glass art and baked goods to handmade clothes and soaps. Make it an evening as you meet local vendors, sample food, listen to live music and let your kids loose in the Kids Zone. (Free; eventbrite.com)

Christmas Holiday Crawl & Toy Drive

Don your holiday apparel and prepare for a night of merriment and goodwill. The 12 Pubs of Christmas Holiday Crawl & Toy Drive on Dec. 14 is a 10.6-mile, 12 bar pub crawl; but don’t worry, buses are provided at various pickup locations. Don’t forget an unwrapped present to donate to those less fortunate this holiday season. ($35; eventbrite.com)

Nutcracker Ballet

Tchaikovsky’s classic comes to life in the Dance Academy of Stuart’s 22nd annual DAS Nutcracker Ballet. Ballet classes of every level will showcase their talents at South Fork High School on Dec. 7 and 8 with sugarplums, toys and mice taking the stage in this classic Christmas tale. (Tickets from $10; das.ticketleap.com)

Stuart Christmas Parade

It’s time once again for the annual Stuart Christmas Parade on Dec. 6. Presented by the Visiting Nurse Association of Florida, the parade’s theme will be “It’s a Green Christmas.” The route has been flipped this year, running from Monterey Road to Georgia Avenue, so don’t miss any floats as you vote for your favorite. (Free; stuartchristmasparade.com)