Mon Oct 17, 2016

Oct 17, 2016

Pinot and Picasso

Oct 14, 2016

Drew Mello Suzy Hutcheson with Helping People Succeed; the Stuart non-profit helps individuals who need special training, education, employment and living arrangements.

Their 3rd Annual Pinot and Picasso evening reception, featuring the artists of the 2017 Art for Living Calendar will take place on Saturday, November 19th at Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country.

October is Disability Awareness Month.

For more information on Helping Succeed click here:

Lots of people in four inch red high heels will be walking abound the Ft. Pierce Farmers' Market on Saturday at 10 a.m.  You can find out more about SafeSpace by clicking HERE.  You can call the hotline at 1-800-500-1119/

Think. Play. Create.

Oct 11, 2016

Drew Mello talks with Olivia Labrador, Director of the Treasure Coast Children’s Museum at Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach.

The Children’s Museum will present a Haunted House Thursday, October 13 through Saturday October 15th. They’ll also be having a Monster Dash 5K and Trick or Treat on Friday, October 28th.

For more information on the Treasure Coast Children’s Museum click here:

Savannas Trail

Oct 10, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the new Savannas Recreation Trail in Fort Pierce.  Feel like going on a leisurely hike – safe and scenic?  The Savannas Recreation Trail – which opened in September -- is for you.  The walkway is paved and eight feet wide.  It stretches two and a half miles from Midway Road north to Savannah Road.  It takes you through pine woods, over scrub and wetlands and along small lakes.  You can see wildlife, such as wading birds and alligators.  Bridges keep you high and dry.  Benches are placed along the way.  Go to the Savannas Recreation Ar

IRSC will re-open all campuses for the normal schedule of classes and services on Monday, October 10.   

The River Hammock is now open - it is safe for our student residents to return to their apartments.

Thursday Hurricane Matthew Update

Oct 6, 2016

An update on Hurricane Matthew from Debra Alberto of the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network

What we can expect from Hurricane Matthew.

Stay fit at Big Red

Oct 3, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about Big Red.  That’s what people will be calling the new Indian River County Intergenerational, or IG, Recreation Center on Oslo Road at the South County Regional Park.  The main building is bright red.  Recently opened after long delays, the $12 million facility allows young and old to participate in hardwood-court basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, martial arts, performing arts and gaming tournaments.  Exercise programs include yoga, ti-chi and zumba.  Basketball camps and clinics are planned for the fall.  Rental space is available fo