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Mar 29

Wednesday Farmers Market

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Time: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Location: Ground Floor Farm
Price: free
Category: Food / Beverage
producers only market featuring Ground Floor Farm produce, sourdough bread, cheese, ferments and preserves, plus raw honey, sauces, spreads, granola, jams, baked goods, body products, and more!

http://www.groundfloorfarm.com/

Mar 29

Happy Hour at Ground Floor Farm

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Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Location: Ground Floor Farm
Price: free entry
Category: Drink Special
$1 off all beer and wine, 25% off all bottles of wine, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 5-8pm

http://www.groundfloorfarm.com/

Mar 29

Josh Horton

Josh Horton
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Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Location: Sailors Return-625 SW Anchorage Way, Stuart
Category: Concert / Live Music
Josh Horton live at Sailors Return!
Mar 30

Friends of Grand Oaks Speaker Series

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Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
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Location: Grand Oaks of Palm City, 3550 SW Corporate Pkwy., Palm City, FL 34990
Price: Free
Category: Health
Nicolette Christie, MSN, FNP, ARNP-BC will give a presentation on Alzheimer's and dementia. Nicolette has extensive neurological experience and staffs the Visiting Nurse Association of Florida's mobile medical clinic, the Florence Nightingale Express.

To RSVP, please contact Heather Morris at 772-529-6000 or at Heather.Morris@grandoakspc.com.
Mar 30

Shakespeare’s Wondrous World

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Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Location: Elliott Museum, 825 N.E. Ocean Boulevard, Stuart
Category: Other
Robert Van Dellen Lecture: Shakespeare’s Wondrous World: His Tragic and Comic Visions. Cash bar for beer, wine, sodas and munchies. Members free; regular museum admission for others.
Mar 30

Trail Hikes

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Time: 9:30 pm
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Location: Hobe Sound Nature and Refuge Center-3640 SE Federal Highway
Category: Educational
No reservations are required to attend and participants should meet in the exhibit hall.

Explore the banks of the Indian River Lagoon, walk through a coastal hammock to the sand pine scrub. These coastal habitats are home to a wide variety of native wildlife, including manatees, ospreys, gopher tortoises, scrub lizards and indigo snakes.
Mar 31

Inaugural “Shoot for the Moon” helps fight addiction on the Treasure Coast

“Shoot for the Moon”
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Location: South Florida Shooting Club in Palm City
Category: Fund Raiser
The Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation will host its inaugural “Shoot For The Moon” sporting clays competition at the South Florida Shooting Club in Palm City on March 31, 2017. The event will raise funds for scholarships that are awarded annually to qualified individuals who have battled back from substance abuse and are seeking to complete their educational goals. The event will include a breakfast, awards lunch, and opportunities to bid on a number of raffle items.

“Our firm belief is that education coupled with a strong commitment to recovery is the most effective pathway to success and long term sobriety”, said Erica Garwood, President of the Foundation. “So many young men and women have had their lives and educational goals derailed or disrupted as a result of their substance use disorder. The problem is epidemic. We look for opportunities to help these individuals regain their footing and assist them in their efforts to embrace a productive and sober existence.”

Over the past two years the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation has awarded over $50,000 in financial aid to 9 individuals. All of the recipients are now successfully enrolled in college courses and are steadily working toward completion of their degrees.

“Shoot For The Moon” supports the charitable legacy initiated by John and Erica Garwood after losing their 24 year old son, Mark, to the effects of substance abuse in May, 2014. The Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation underwrites a number of charitable projects throughout the region. To learn more about the Foundation visit MarkGarwoodSHAREFoundation.org.

Registration information and sponsorship opportunities for “Shoot For The Moon” are available now at Shootingforthemoon.org, or call 772-225-3366 for more information.

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Mar 31

Evening on the River

Evening on the River
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Time: 6:30 pm - 11:30 pm
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Location: Private Residence
Category: Fund Raiser
he Environmental Studies Council announces an Evening on the River, a fundraising gala to be held at the private residence of Marcia & Gary Hendry.

The event will take place on Fri., March 31 from 6:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. and features dinner by Southern Table, live entertainment with the Nouveaux Honkies, drinks, dancing, a silent auction and more. Kari Polhemus and Brinley Johnson are co-chairing the not-to-be-missed event.

"Our Evening on the River is a night to celebrate the past works of the Environmental Studies Council and the bright future that awaits us," said Johnson. "It will be a night to celebrate the council's mission of environmental stewardship and education - and what better setting to do that than a night on the beloved St. Lucie River!"

Funds raised at Evening on the River will benefit the Environmental Studies Council, a non-profit organization established to support the much-loved Environmental Studies Center. The Center provides a science-based, hands-on environmental education curriculum to students in Martin County schools. During school hours, the center is also open for free visits by the public interested in touring the aquariums, shark tank, sea turtle exhibit, classrooms, Joey the Alligator, and the butterfly garden.

Each year the Environmental Studies Council provides funding for college scholarships, a teaching position at the Center, educational outreach programs, new exhibits at the Center and much more. Most recently, the Council raised funds for the Center's new sea turtle exhibit and secured funding from the Save the Sea Turtles Foundation to restore the River Scout boat.

Guests are encouraged to scoop up their tickets early at www.escmc.org. Tickets are $150 per person and are likely to sell out fast. Come out and support the much-loved Environmental Studies Center and environmental education in Martin County on March 31!
Apr 01

Hippity Bop Easter Hop 5K

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Time: 7:00 am
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Location: Sewall's Point Park
Category: Kids / Family
Join the Saint Joseph's Chargers for Stuart's Inaugural Hippity Bop Easter Hop 5k in the scenic neighborhood of Sewall's Point. Chipped timing provided by Mike Melton with MCM Timing and Results. First 250 pre-registered race participants will receive our new custom Easter finisher medal, tech running shirt and a canvas boat bag with swag. Pre-registered Bunny Hop racers will receive a race number and bunny ears. Pre-registration ends Thursday night, March 30th. Race packet pickup Friday, March 31st, at Fleet Feet in Stuart from 12-6pm and Race Day at Sewalls Point Park from 6-6:45am. Day of race registration starts at 6:00 am. Race starts at 7:00 am. Awards for Overall Male/Female winner, Top 3 Male/Female in each age category, Best Individual Costume, Top Team and Most Creatively Costumed Team. Walkers and Strollers welcome! Wear your Easter costume and enjoy the fun! Post-race refreshments will be available.

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Apr 01

Charity Acupuncture Drive for Family Meals, Inc.

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Time: 8:00 am - 11:00 am
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Location: 1605 NW Federal Highway, Stuart, FL 34994
Price: $20.00 or a donation of $20.00 of food
Category: Fund Raiser
Charity Acupuncture Drive. All acupuncture treatments during this special event will be $20.00 or a food donation equaling $20.00+. 100% of these donations go towards Family Meals' Easter Outreach.

familymealsinc.org

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