Twenty-one local chefs presented their most creative dishes at the second annual Signature Chefs Auction & Wine Extravaganza at The Moorings Club, benefiting the March of Dimes.
Women gathered at the Riverside Theatre for the Friends Fall Luncheon.
Girls Night Out, a boutique shopping event benefiting Hibiscus Children’s Center, was held at Holy Cross Parish Hall.
Local “celebrities” teamed up with Fujiyama master teppanyaki chefs at Boy Scout Troop 567’s Celebrity Chef Cook-Off at Fujiyama Japanese Steakhouse.
The Daisie Bridgewater Hope Center held its annual fundraiser, An Evening of Hope, at the Club at Pointe West.
Wine, food and jazz enthusiasts gathered for the Sparkling Jazz: Tasting & Toasting in the Childcare Resources Education courtyard garden at Trinity Episcopal Church, which benefits Childcare Resources.
Jeans, boots and hats were the fashion at Indian River Habitat for Humanity’s annual Habitat Cracker Hoedown at Riverside Park.
The Vero Beach Museum of Art held its annual Chairman’s Club Dinners in the Great Hall.
Hundreds of walkers came to Riverside Park to help raise awareness at the seventh annual Walk to Remember benefiting the Alzheimer & Parkinson Association of Indian River County.
Over 100 varieties of domestic, imported and international beers were available at the Indian River Firefighters International Fest-of-Ale and Fine Wine at Pointe West.
Indian River Impact 100, a group of over 200 philanthropic women, held its Membership Kick-off Breakfast at the Community Church.
The Indian River Land Trust celebrated its 20th anniversary at Rock City Gardens with its annual fundraiser Celebrate Land Water Wildlife: Preserve, Protect, Provide for the Future.
McKee Botanical Garden opened the season with its annual Gatekeepers of the Garden celebration honoring all of the highest level members.
The Care Net Pregnancy Center held its annual Share in a Life Banquet at the First Church of God.
Grand Harbor Golf Club was the location this year of the annual Dan K. Richardson & William L. Marine Golf Classic.
Families, kids and adults gathered at the Vero Beach Sports Complex for the 2nd annual Celebrity vs. Government Softball Game & Old-Fashioned Family Fun Day.
The Quail Valley River Club was rocking at the Homeless Family Center’s annual dinner-dance, Come to the Cabaret.
The ninth annual Amateur Golf Tourney benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indian River County was held at Vero Beach Country Club.
Golfers enjoyed beautiful weather and a great day of golf at the Women’s Refuge 13th Annual Golf Tournament at Sandridge Golf Club. Participants played 18 holes and enjoyed lunch and awards for the longest putt, closest to the hole, and longest and straightest drive after the tournament.
The Source held its annual Share His Harvest Banquet at the First Church of God.