Cultural Calendar Reply

 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12

The Treasure Coast Rock & Gem Society of Vero Beach will have a regular business meeting on Thursday, October 12, at 7 p.m. in the St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church, Old Parish Room.  Refreshments will be served.  For information call Ann Metz: 231-0218.

The Emerson Center, 1590 27th Avenue, will launch its Florida Humanities Series on Thursday, October 12 at 7 pm.  The 2017-18 season kicks off with a nostalgic and revealing look at the 70-year history of the Dodgers baseball team’s relationship with Vero Beach. On October 12, Craig Callan, Vice President of Historic Dodgertown, will recall how local businessman Bud Holman and other neighbors overcame obstacles to launch a Spring Training home for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Upcoming lectures are Florida’s Greatest Hurricanes (November 9);  Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society (December 14); Sean Sexton will discuss the Sexton Family in Vero Beach (January 11);  Ersula Knox-Odom will appear in character as Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune (February 1) and radio journalist Janie Gould presents a program entitled “Global Events That Touched Florida: Great Depression Through Cold War.” (March 29). Humanities programs.  VisitTheEmersonCenter.org.

 

FRIDAY OCTOBER 13

Founded in 1937, the Sebastian River Art Club is celebrating its 80th Anniversary with an art show and Reception Saturday October 14 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the SRAC Art Center, 1245 Main Street, Sebastian. Public is invited to enjoy refreshments, an art show of recent works by Art Club members, special recognition presentations, live music and free raffles of artworks! SRAC’s Art Center is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and most Saturdays 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. For further information call 772-581-8281 or visit www.sebastianriverartclub.com.

The Indian River County Historical Society is holding its Third Annual Party at the Hallstrom House, 1723 Old Dixie Highway SW, on October 14 from 11 am to 4 pm.  Enjoy BBQ, Historical Education, House Tours, Music, Art Demonstrations, Crafts & Vendors, Children’s Activities.  E-mail: indianriverhisto@bellsouth.net.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT RIVERSIDE THEATRE OCTOBER 13 & 14

Howl at the Moon – Octoberfest Nights:  Shows at 7:30 and 9:30 pm with musicians Rhoda Johnson & Ken Gustafson.  Tickets are now $12-$22. Come Hungry! Enjoy fire-grilled sandwiches and cold cocktails!

Live in the Loop: Free Outdoor Concerts beginning at 6 pm with Bob Houston Band (Oktoberfest Band) on Friday and The Jacks Band (Classic Rock) on Saturday.   Visit RiversideTheatre.com.

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY  OCTOBER 13-15

October 13-15th are the dates of this years Indian River Birding Festival and Nature Art Show. Pelican Island Preservation Society has partnered with Pelican Island Audubon Society to present the 2017 festival which is full of great birding tours, lectures, VIP Mural Dedication, and juried art show.  Visit http://www.firstrefuge.org/indian-river-birding-fest-nature-art-show to book tours. For more information on how to participate call Chair Debbie Avery at 772-494-6306.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14

The Vero Beach Elks Lodge is having a fundraiser dinner/dance on Saturday, October 14th to raise money for the Elks children’s programs:  Summer youth camp, Vero Beach elementary schools dictionary program, and Wabasso School Christmas and Easter parties.  Cocktails 5:30, dinner 6:30 – baked ham, applesauce, pasta alfredo, glazed carrots, salad, dessert – $20.  Music by Lou Phillips 7-10 PM.  1350 26th St.  Call for reservations after 1 PM 772-562-8450.

 

The City of Vero Beach Recreation Department will hold Fall 2 Gymnastics and Aerial registration on Saturday, October 14th beginning at 8 a.m. at Leisure Square Fitness Center (3705 16th Street).  There are gymnastics and aerial classes available for beginners through advanced students, toddlers through teens.  Visit the recreation page under Centerstage Acrobatic Complex at www.covb.org for information and registration forms.

 

 

 

The Indian River County Historical Society is holding its Third Annual Party at the Hallstrom House, 1723 Old Dixie Highway SW, on October 14 from 11 am to 4 pm.  Enjoy BBQ, Historical Education, House Tours, Music, Art Demonstrations, Crafts & Vendors, Children’s Activities.  E-mail: indianriverhisto@bellsouth.net. 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15

Heavenly classical and modern choral compositions will be offered by the Indialantic Chamber Singers when they present The Heavens Are Telling at 3:30 PM on Sunday, October 15 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 2365 Pine Avenue in Vero Beach.  The annual fall concert by Brevard’s premier choral ensemble will feature music of reverence, praise and worship, in selections by composers Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, as well as Randall Thompson, Eric Whitacre and John Rutter.  The concert is free of charge, with a $10 suggested donation.  Visit www.IndialanticChamberSingers.org or call (321) 426-0360. 

Theatre-Go-Round Dinner Theatre presents a new show, “That’s What Friends Are For” Celebrating the greatest hits by Dionne Warwick on Sunday, October 15 at the Quilted Giraffe. Doors open at 4:30 pm with dinner followed by the show.  $55 per person includes dinner, show, and gratuities.  For reservations call the Box Office: 772-252-9341.

UPCOMING:

SAVE THE DATES: HOUSE OF ART, CULTURE & DESIGN                                

Presented by the Cultural Council of Indian River County, The House of Art, Culture and Design is an inaugural four-day designer show house event, to be held in Riomar’s newest enclave, Old Oak Lane, with a variety of activities from November 16 to 19.  Local designers and vendors will transform these newly built homes and their landscapes into havens of sumptuous Vero Beach lifestyle and decor. Attend the Grand Opening Night Gala, a Wine Tasting, a luncheon & Fashion Show, a Classic Car Show and High Tea featuring panel of local leading ladies & designers in the arts.  For details, visit www.houseofartcultureanddesign.com.

Sponsored by Christ by the Sea UMC., a free community education seminar will be held Thursday, Oct. 19, 6-8 pm, at the Richardson Center, 6155 College Lane, on the campus of Indian River State College in Vero Beach.  Learn about the spiritual aspects of suicide grief as it affects individuals, families and communities of faith.  A panel of family members who have had a loved one die by suicide will talk about their experiences.  Please register by contacting Angie Messner:  lamessn@gmail.com or 419-651-5401.

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