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Elliott Museum

The Elliott Museum

Enriching the interests of the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast through exhibits and programs related to art, history and technology.

The Elliott Museum
825 NE Ocean Blvd
Stuart, FL 34996
772.225.1961
Today's Hours: 10:00AM - 5:00PM

The Elliott Museum Events

Aug 24

Summer of '69

Summer of '69
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Time: All Day Event
Date: Wednesday August 7, 2019 through Sunday September 29, 2019
Location: The Elliott Museum
Address: 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL, 34996
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Hey, Man! Dig out your vintage threads, fire-up the van, and head down to the Elliott Museum for a flashback! We are honoring all-things 1969, from a real VW bus to an exhibit from the Charles Shultz Museum featuring Snoopy blasting off with the Apollo 10 Astronauts to the moon! We had a lot of help from the local community who contributed items from their own collections for this exhibition, so not only will you rediscover your own 1969 experience, but you’ll learn what was going on locally, as well.
Aug 24

Between the Tides

Between the Tiles
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Time: 10:00 am
Date: Wednesday August 7, 2019 through Sunday December 1, 2019
Location: The Elliott Museum
Address: 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL, 34996
Category: Arts / Exhibits
A remarkable exhibition of artwork celebrating our Maritime Heritage and the living waters by artist Ron Garrett. This inspiring exhibit features mixed-media sculptures, paintings, linocuts, and etchings of marine life and shipwrecks found in the waters of Biscayne National Park.
Aug 29

Al Hallonquist

Al Hallonquist
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Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Date: Thursday August 29, 2019
Location: The Elliott Museum
Address: 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL, 34996
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Al Hallonquist is a published Aerospace Historian, and the author and maintainer of www.mercury13.com. As such he is the first contact for the surviving girls and generally “guards their gate”. Al will speak about the little-known story of the women known as “The Mercury 13” who went through a secret testing program in the 1960s to prove that women could be astronauts, only to have the program shut down by Congress. Be sure to see the fascinating exhibit panels that help tell the story, on display in the Changing Exhibitions Gallery August 1st – September 29th in conjunction with Summer of ’69.