The Scene

Under The Sea: An Evening With Fabian Cousteau

PNC Wealth Management hosted Under the Sea: An Evening with Fabian Cousteau at Quail Valley River Club for its clients and friends.

Conversation On Conservation

The Nature Conservancy hosted a presentation by Director of the Caribbean Program Dr. Phillip Kramer at The Moorings Club.

Community Foundation Cocktail Reception

Guests gathered at the home of Dawn and Ted Michaels for the Indian River Community Foundation’s annual report and cocktail reception.

Quail Valley Charity Cup

The 9th annual Quail Valley Charity Cup week was filled with activities beginning with a 1-Mile Kids Fun Run and 5K Walk/Run, a Gourmet Wine & Guest Chef Dinner, a beachside shopping day and art show and sale at Palm House Gallery & Studio.

Art By The Sea

The Vero Beach Art Club’s annual Art by the Sea at the Vero Beach Museum of Art featured a juried exhibition and sale of members’ artwork.

Impact 100 Day

Indian River Impact 100 held Impact Day where members and guests had the opportunity to tour four of the organization’s grant recipients.

19th Annual Antiques Show At The Museum

The Vero Beach Museum of Art held its annual Antiques Show & Sale, kicking off the event with a Patron Cocktail Reception and Preview Party.

April In Paris

Fashion lovers were out in full force to support the Hibiscus Children’s Center’s April in Paris luncheon and fashion show at the Oak Harbor Club.

Pirates Find Gold At Saint Edward’s Benefit Dinner

Pirates descended on The Moorings Club for the annual Saint Edward’s School benefit dinner, The Pirate Ball.

Jake Owen Wows The Crowd

Music lovers filled the Citrus Bowl to hear country music star Jake Owen perform his best-known songs at Mardy’s Tennis & Jake’s Music Fest concert benefiting the Mardy Fish Foundation and Jake Owen Foundation.

Beachland Bites Back

Beachland Bites Back was the theme of this year’s fundraiser for Beachland Elementary School held at the Vero Beach Country Club. Guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, silent and live auctions, and live entertainment by Curtis Hill.

Habitat for Humanity Race Benefits Education

Habitat for Humanity’s 5th annual Race to Benefit Education celebrated 268 racers crossing the finish line in the 3.1-mile South Beach course.

VBMA Celebrates Art At Children’s Festival

Budding artists and their family were drawn to the 31st Annual Children’s Art Festival at the Vero Beach Museum of Art.

Father Knows Best Star At HFC Luncheon

The Third Annual Spring Luncheon held at Bent Pine Golf Club featured Father Knows Best star Lauren Chapin.

Charity Shoot Hits A Bull’s Eye

The 12th Annual Charity Shoot was a bull’s eye for the Education Foundation, raising $12,000 to support students in Indian River County.

Golf And Dueling Pianos Aid Abused Children

The Children’s Home Society of Florida was the big winner in the Million-Dollar Golf Tournament and Dueling Pianos Blast at the Vero Beach Country Club, which raised more than $92,000 for programs for abused and neglected children.

Community Foundation Awards $200,000 In Local Grant

ndian River Community Foundation awarded five program grants and three micro-grants totalling $200,000, to nonprofit organizations supporting local residents most affected by the recent economic recession.

BBC Anchor Entertains At Literacy Luncheon

British author and former BBC anchor Martyn Lewis entertained more than 100 attendees at the 12th annual Love of Literacy Luncheon at the Vero Beach Country Club.

Hibiscus Festival Draws 10,000

More than 10,000 people celebrated the weekend-long Hibiscus Festival in downtown Vero Beach. Hannah Trodglen was crowned 2012 Miss Hibiscus in Friday night’s pageant to kick off the festivities.

SunUp ARC Golf Tournament Raises $12,000

Golfers braved gray skies and strong winds to participate in the 7th Annual Spring Swing Golf Tournament at Sandridge Golf Club.

MAGAZINE

NEWSLETTER SIGNUP



TRUE TAILS

Ask Amy True Tails is a series written by Amy Robinson for Vero Beach’s dog lovers. Ask Amy about your dog’s behavior by clicking below.

Ask Amy a Question

Read Published Answers

LETTERS

Be heard! Send your comments, questions and concerns to the publisher at Vero Beach Magazine by clicking below.

Submit a Letter