May 17 Tuesday
Join us for a virtual kitten shower and help our foster families prepare for kitten season! Each year, H.A.L.O. intakes over 400 kittens and we desperately need your help to purchase supplies for them. Please help us save the orphaned kittens in our community!
This permanent exhibit will explore the life and times of John Ashley and his family. Born in the 1880's and raised in the wild west atmosphere in Florida's East Coast and the Everglades. John Ashley turned to a life of crime after being accused and tried numerous times for the murder of Seminole Indian De Sotto Tiger in 1911. Learn more and see the exhibit for yourself at the Elliott Museum.
May 18 Wednesday
This free event features demonstrations of three of the Kane Center’s most popular fitness classes: Zumba, Senior Fitness and Tai Chi led by instructors Osvaldo Parrotta and Grace Coffey. Between demonstrations, visit with local health and wellness experts offering free advice and giveaways! Prizes will be drawn throughout the event. No registration required. The Kane Center is located at 900 SE Salerno Road in Stuart. Event runs from 9 to 11 a.m. For more information, call (772) 223-7800.
May 19 Thursday
By Lynn Nottage • Wynne Black Box Theatre Drama
Join us for this unforgettable piece of contemporary American theatre that tells the moving story of a turn-of-the-nineteenth-century African American seamstress, grappling with an abusive marriage while helping her female clients navigation their own romantic struggles.
May 20 Friday