MAY EVENTS – Stuart & Palm City Events


This event is for ages 5-18. It will be led by a board-certified music therapist. Music therapy has been proven to help those with stress, anxiety, and a person’s well-being. Group music therapy is also educational, fun and helps with social skills. The participants will take part in a 50 minute songwriting session using a variety of instruments and spend time interacting with our Nigerian dwarf goat herd. Interaction can include goat cuddling with our newborn babies, feeding, playing with them in the goat playground area and nature walks throughout our 5 acre property.


Close-toed shoes are a part of the participants’ dress code. Parents must remain on the premises and be ready to help their children during the music therapy session if needed.

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A SIGNED GENERAL LIABILITY WAIVER FILLED OUR BY A PARENT OR CARETAKER PRIOR TO THE START OF SESSION. PLEASE ARRIVE 5-10 MINUTES EARLY. Our gates will remain closed until10 minutes before session and will close 5 minutes after session starts. We appreciate you understanding our need to have a time policy in place. It’s for the safety of our animals that we close and lock our gate after everyone arrives as well as the importance to not disrupt the group once we have started.

Come run the HOMS Run For The Sharks race in Palm City 

Sat, May 13, 12 PM

Join Amanda Foster for “Best of British” networking event at the beautiful KORK in Hobe Sound.
May 16th from 530-730pm! Ticket price $15 per person & includes Great British Appetizers and 2 free drink tickets 🍷🍺

Purchase Tickets Here ⬇️


16 MAY

Volunteer for an oyster shell bagging to support this vital keystone species. Once collected, these bags will be deployed along our waterways to build out much-needed oyster reef, creating new habitat for other species and helping filter our waters. Support clean water, volunteer today! Registration required. We cannot accommodate those not registered for this event.

Please wear closed-toe shoes, appropriate clothing and bring a reusable water bottle. Gloves provided. Participants not wearing closed-toe shoes will not be allowed to participate for liability/safety reasons.

Please check to make sure the event is not full. If you have difficulties and the event if not full, please email


9:00am – 11:00am


Florida Oceanographic Society

890 NE Ocean Blvd
Stuart , FL  34996

During WWII millions of American men and women from all over the country answered the call of duty, selflessly putting their lives on the line to keep America safe and free. To distract their minds from the news overseas, lift their morale, and nourish support on the home front, the United Service Organizations or USOs popped up across the country, including one at the Flagler Center in Historic Downtown Stuart.

Stuart Main Street will be celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Flagler Center and the patriotic tradition of the USO with a Stars & Stripes-themed dance and silent auction. Complete with a 16-piece big band, swing dancing, 40’s themed libations and hospitality, WWII displays of memorabilia, militaria, vehicles, and re-enactors portraying service men and women of the period, the evening promises to be a festive soiree celebrating not only the rich history of the Flagler Center but also the County’s important role on our nation’s history and all those who served during WWII.

“The grace and origin of this beautiful building have been an inspiration to me and the Stuart Main Street Board of Directors, and we wanted to share that with the community in a way that was fun and fitting to its history, during Historic Preservation Month,” says Candace Callahan, Executive Director, Stuart Main Street.

“Not just a military function or the traditional fundraiser, we want to celebrate that unforgettable era of our shared history. This dance is to honor that time when our community and country worked together for a common goal, for the greater good,” says Joe Flanagan, President of Stuart Main Street. “We hope to bring back that wonderful sense of camaraderie and support on May 19, this time for Stuart Main Street and to recognize Historic Preservation Month.”

Guests are encouraged to get into the spirit of the theme, by dressing up in 40’s era fashion. Whether they raid their attic for grandmother’s favorite swing dress, or grandfather’s WWII uniform, or shop for the perfect pair of dance shoes in downtown Stuart the event will be awash in the period.

Tickets are $150.00 and include live entertainment by The Dreamers and the 16th Armored Division Reenactment group, generous and delicious hors d’oeuvres, a signature cocktail, a silent auction, and once-in-a-era photo opportunities. Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are available. (Silent auction will be live and online one week prior to the event, and is open to everyone, no ticket is required to bid on any auction item.)

To purchase tickets, sponsor, or participate in our auction, visit or by calling 772-286-2848.

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