Things THINGS TO DO
To Do February-December 2021
Because events can change, contact the event host or visit its website to be sure the event is still on and times have not changed. The COVID-19 virus makes it difficult to predict
which events will go on. As the virus surges and recedes, plans change for the safety of all. Be sure to check websites or call hosting venues before attending.
Through Sunday, March 7 – Right
of Way: The Highwaymen. A group
of young and promising African
American artists devised a way to
negotiate the segregated color lines
designed to limit their opportunities
by selling their works from the trunk
of a car. These vivid and bold paintings
the Atlantic Coast of Florida. Their
path to success broke through barriers
dramatic paintings, and resourceful
practices that would earn state and
national recognition, and continues
to inspire today. A.E. Backus Museum
and Gallery. 465.0630
• Farmers’ Market and Jazz Market
Arts and Crafts – Melody Lane. Farmers’
This colorful painting, Fishing Day Ends by R.A. McClendon, is a part of
Roger Lightle’s private collection of Highwaymen paintings. A.E. Backus
Museum and Gallery has an exhibit of Florida Highwaymen paintings,
Right of Way: The Highwaymen, that is open until March 7. Call the gallery
for more information on the exhibit, 772.465.0630.
• Indian River Lagoon Research Boat
Tour – via 30-passenger pontoon
boat, hosted by Harbor Branch
ROGER LIGHTLE COLLECTION
Oceanographic Institute, 10:30 a.m.-
noon. May be suspended due to the
pandemic. Learn about the wildlife
encountered and the research the >>
Spoil yourself with Comfort.
Relaxation Made Beautiful.
8 a.m.-1 p.m. 940.1145
• Behind the Scenes Tours – St. Lucie
County Aquarium, 2 p.m. Call first.
• St. Lucie County Aquarium’s Smithsonian
Exhibit of saltwater marine
life in living native habitat – This is
the once-a-month free admission
day. Must call first. 462.3474
• Green Market and Food Co-op –
Marina Square, 12-6 p.m. 971.8480
• Volunteer Gardening Day – Heathcote
Botanical Gardens, call for time.
• Behind the Scenes Tour of Smithsonian
Research Station – South
Hutchinson Island, 2 p.m. May be
suspended due to the pandemic.
Free. Suggested age, 14 and up. Registration
Relaxation Made Beautiful Fjords offers 50+ models, tons of colors,
2 sizes but only ONE level of Relaxation.
The world takes a lot out of you. Is it possible that your
home seating could help restore you? Perhaps. If it adapts
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found eager customers along
and is a story of intuitive talents,
Market 8 a.m.-noon; Jazz Market
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