A SEASON OF CELEBRATION
COMP L E T E FAM I LY E Y E C A R E
Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and sta who make C. R. Lait Optical
& L. W. Vision Care the primary provider of vision care products and services
on the Treasure Coast. Dr. Shannon Leitenbauer and Dr. Kelly Waddell have 30
years of combined experience in treating ocular diseases, prescribing premium
eye wear and contact lenses, as well as, co-managing surgical procedures. Our
licensed Opticians, Jason Wright and Bill Radford, have been helping patients
with frame and material selections for over 20 years.
Come visit our family!
Pictured left to right: Jason Wright,
Dr. Kelly Waddell, Dr. Shannon
Leitenbauer and Bill Radford.
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tograph guests, donating the entire proceeds to the garden.
And, the handbell ensemble from First United Methodist
Church will bring its striking melodic sounds to the bamboo
The Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach transforms into a winter
wonderland even before Thanksgiving arrives. The much
anticipated Festival of Trees weekend is a must for many
families and individuals around the Treasure Coast and even
beyond. The sparkling holiday event has epanded from
inside to most of the outdoor Riverside campus and features
an artiÀcial ice rink again this year, a delight for the kids and
“They can skate in shorts and shortsleeves, no coats,” says
Oscar Sales, spokesman for the Riverside. “It’s so much fun
to watch.” Santa’s Village is outside with its Candy Cane
Cafe, arts and crafts, and of course, Santa himself. And, families
can look forward to more outdoor decorations than ever.
Inside, more than 50 trees adorned with Sugar and Spicethemed
decorations are on display in a holiday forest that
twinkles, glitters, and shines with holiday spirit. An intricately
made gingerbread village, handmade wreaths, choirs on
stage, a gift shop with unusual gifts, and vendors of holiday
decorations Àll the space in the children·s theatre.
Star of Wonder, the very popular 24-year-old Christmas
show at the Hallstrom Planetarium in Fort Pierce, is getting a
makeover thanks to students from Indian River State College
who are assisting director Jon Bell. The show brings to life the
skies of more than 2,000 years ago in a search for the star that
may have guided the Magi. Bell says Colette Godfrey and
.yle 'elaum are providing the epertise he needs to give >>