Sunrise Theatre announces Centennial Speakeasy

Sunrise Theatre announces Centennial Speakeasy

Join the SunriseTheatre for the Centennial Celebration at the Sunrise Theatre’s Speakeasy on Saturday, July 29, 2023, from 7 p.m. - 11p.m.. The evening will feature delicious food and beverages in multiple locations throughout the theatre, entertainment, music and much more!

Imagine entering through the speakeasy door with a special password or knock and being transformed back to the early days of 1920’s, learn the Charleston on main stage, enjoy gambling at the Casino in the lobby and a bourbon bar at the historic second floor Friend’s Lounge.

Your tax deductible ticket will assist the Sunrise Theatre Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3, with their mission to bring the experience of performing arts to children and to support theatre improvements which will enhance the theatre to fulfill its purpose within the community.

Thank you in advance for your support which will make a difference at the Sunrise Theatre, now and in the years to come. Please join in the 100 year celebration for a “roaring” good time! For tickets, visit


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May. 25, 2023|

PSL Business Women 31st Annual Fashion Show a roaring success

PSL Business Women 31st Annual Fashion Show a roaring success

Michelle Glass, at left, Michelle Backus, John Gallagher, and Donna DeMarchi.

The Port St. Lucie Business Women and their guests dressed the part for a Flapper-style 1920’s-themed Fashion Show held on April 22 at Harbour Ridge & Yacht & Country Club in Palm City. More than $24,400 was raised for their Community Action Grants which are awarded to local nonprofit agencies that benefit women and children, and provide scholarships for women who have chosen to continue their education at Indian River State College. Awards and scholarships will be presented later this year.

“The Fashion Show was a huge success,” says co-chair Kathy Post. “It was nice to see so many familiar faces. The guests were having a great time enjoying the wonderful food, the fun photo booth and the silent auction. Our range of fashions appealed to all; there was something for everyone. We truly appreciate all the support in helping to make our event a success and furthering our mission to help the women and children in St. Lucie County.”

Six high school boys outfitted in tuxedos by Cardita Formal Wear escorted guests who sported jeweled and fringed dresses accessorized with long strands of pearls and sparkling feathered headbands, to their seats, adding a touch of elegance to this glamourous event.

Luxury couture fashions by local designers Kallee Jackson (, hand-painted clothing and accessories by VIVRE Couture (, brightly colored clothing with a tropical flair from Port St. Lucie-based I’ll Have What She’s Wearing (, White House Black Market in Palm Beach Gardens (, Cato’s in St. Lucie West and Cardita Formal Wear in Jensen Beach (

The 110 silent auction items, including themed gift baskets, gift certificates and memberships generated high-stakes competitiveness. Top takers included four tickets to a Marlins game, including field passes for batting practice, a weekend stay in a 2-bedroom cottage at River Palm Cottages and Fish Camp in Jensen Beach, and a plethora of gift cards presented in a framed collage.

Every year G. Alan’s Fine Jewelry & Coin in Fort Pierce unveils a custom piece of jewelry designed according to the theme of the Fashion Show. This year’s necklace featured a starburst of diamonds with a total of one karat weight surrounding an 8mm freshwater pearl on an 18-inch 14-karat white gold chain. The necklace was valued at $2,200 and generated much enthusiasm. Bernadette Wilkinson was the ultimate winner, immediately donning her prize.

Former PSL Business Women member and past president Michelle MacNichol won the “Speakeasy” Liquor package. Rochelle Finch will always carry herself in style as the winner of the 3-piece Michael Kors purse set donated by Brenda Gallagher, owner of Federal Title Insurance Agency of Rockledge.

Donna Camtbello was ecstatic when her number was called as the winner of 50/50, a prize of $1,025!

The Port St. Lucie Business Women thank those who attended their affair and the following businesses for their support: Greg Childress, owner of G. Alan’s Fine Jewelry & Coin in Fort Pierce; Roaring 20s Sponsor Donna DeMarchi with The Eberst Law Firm; Great Gatsby Sponsors WPSL/WSTU/WJNX and WQCS; SpeakEasy Sponsors Children’s Services Council and iTHINK Financial; Jazz Sponsors Seacoast Bank, Post Insurance and Financial, Watercrest Senior Living – St. Lucie West, Truly Title, Aapex Electric Services, Dwyer Environmental Services, Florida Power & Light, Vineyard Institute of Plastic Surgery, and White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery; and Flapper Sponsor Christina Lofthus/Mary Kay. Thanks also go to media sponsors WPSL/WSTU/WJNX and WQCS.

The Port St. Lucie Business Women also thank Fashion Show emcee Lynette Lockwood and DJ Tony Solomon of Fullhouse Entertainment for providing the music.

This major fundraiser helps support the organization's Community Action Grants, which go to local non-profit agencies that work with women and children and provides scholarships for women who have chosen to pursue their education at Indian River State College. To date, more than $200,000 in Community Action Grants has been awarded to local nonprofit agencies benefitting women and children, and $130,500 in scholarships have been given to women who have chosen to continue their education at Indian River State College.

The Port St. Lucie Business Women is a 42-year-old, non-profit professional organization dedicated to promoting the interests of businesswomen and serving our community effectively. The Port St. Lucie Business Women Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization for developing the potential of businesswomen through scholarships and for the awarding of community action grants. For more information, visit Follow their Facebook page for updates about events, programs and community involvement.


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May. 18, 2023|

Historic Preservation Month highlights 80th anniversary of Flagler Center

Historic Preservation Month highlights 80th anniversary of Flagler Center 

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.

On Friday, May 19, 2023, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. 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.

Photos provided by Stuart Main Street and Stuart Heritage from archives.

Stuart Main Street is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building a vital downtown through community self-reliance and a focus on traditional assets: personal service, local ownership, unique architecture, and sense of community. Stuart Main Street aims to improve our downtown and commercial district through preservation-based economic development and community revitalization. Formed in 1987, the organization follows the Main Street Four-Point Approach® as established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Main Street Center and practiced in over 1,200 communities across the country.


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Apr. 20, 2023|

Be on hand to welcome veterans home

Be on hand to welcome veterans home

On Saturday, April 15th, Palm Beach International Airport will be the place to be as Southeast Florida Honor Flight returns from its first Honor Flight mission of the 2022 season. At 7:20 p.m., veterans will be returning from a full day of being honored and celebrated in Washington, D.C., courtesy of Southeast Florida Honor Flight. This first flight of 2023 includes two veterans who served in World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and you can help welcome them home.

As in the past, a crowd of individuals will gather at Palm Beach International Airport to welcome the veterans home from their epic journey and to honor them for their brave and selfless service to our country. Operation Homecoming, which features music, flags, loads of laughter, and a chance to share the memory of a lifetime with American heroes, is free and open to the public.

Every veteran on the flight has stories to share and memories – some they haven’t thought of in decades, and some they have never shared with anyone. During an Honor Flight mission, veterans on the trip are flown at no cost to Washington, DC, where they are served throughout the day by volunteer guardians who have been trained to ensure the safety and enjoyment of each hero veteran flying.

Even if you don’t know anyone on the flight, you will find friends and neighbors in the crowd, and you’ll have a chance to cheer the veterans through the final steps of the day most say they remember as second only to their weddings and births of their children. Well-wishers are encouraged to bring signs, flags, and smiles to share with the veterans and guardians as they return, and you are guaranteed to walk away from the event with a lump in your throat, a smile on your face, and gratitude and pride in your heart for these humble heroes you’ve helped welcome home. Remember, some of these veterans never had the welcome home they so deserve.

If you, your neighbors, your church or social group, or family and friends are interested in being part of something special, please mark your calendars now for Saturday, April 15th, at 7:20 p.m. at Palm Beach International Airport. Volunteers from the ground crew will direct you on where to go, but be ready for a heartwarming homecoming for some very special veterans and volunteers. To learn more about Southeast Florida Honor Flight and how you can become involved or to donate to the next flight, please visit today.


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Apr. 6, 2023|

A Musical Evening at Majestic Theater

A Musical Evening at Majestic Theater

Music Angels Education Fund presents “A Musical Evening at Majestic Theater” on Friday, March 31, 2023, at 7:00 pm. The evening will begin with a short film presented by Living our Mission entitled 10 Scientifically-Proven Benefits of Music Education for Children. A concert will take place following the film, featuring Kapprianah Anderson, a Music Angels vocal and keyboard scholarship recipient; and Canta Libre, a lively and energetic quintet of flute, harp, and strings, direct from New York City.  Refreshments will be served during intermission. The cost for the evening is a $50 donation with all funds benefitting the mission of Music Angels, to provide scholarships for music lessons to talented, committed children between the ages of 4 and 17 with financial need. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the program beginning promptly at 7:00 pm. Majestic Theater is located at 940 14th Lane, Vero Beach. To RSVP and purchase tickets, visit or call Music Angels’ Founder, Linda Sposato at 484-885-7492.


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Mar. 15, 2023|

Jazz Week returns with free concerts and more

Jazz Week returns March 19 - 24
with free concerts and more

All year long, the members of Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society provide great, live music at an affordable price and offer the community opportunities to enjoy live entertainment and a little bit of fun. Once a year, members like to pull out all the stops and give back by sharing a whole week of awesome music from players near and far. 2023 is no exception, so mark your calendars and plan to join the fun…all of it open to the public and much of it free.

Jazz Week 2023 will kick off on Sunday, March 19th with Waterside Blues. If you’re not familiar with it, Waterside Blues is a free, annual concert held on Melody Lane, right by the fountains and the beautiful Indian River. This year, the afternoon concert will cover something for everyone, starting at 1:15 p.m. with Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society’s own Jazz Ensemble, playing music from the All-American Songbook and providing loads of opportunities for dancing and merriment. At 3 p.m., fan-favorites the Reckless Shots will take the stage and rock your world with bluesy guitars and an energy you just won’t find elsewhere. Bring your lawn chairs, a blanket, or sit under the tents on chairs we’ll provide – however you choose to listen, you’ll enjoy every minute of this very special gift. Vendors will be on hand to offer adult beverages and food items to keep you well-fueled for the free afternoon of fun and music.

On Tuesday, we’ll share our gratitude once again as we gather at the Sunrise Black Box Theatre in historic downtown Fort Pierce. We’ll have our regular jam with sit-ins starting at 7 p.m., but at 8:30, the Matt Wiggler Band will take the stage and blow your mind. The Matt Wiggler Band has performed at venues and jazz/blues festivals around the world. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Wiggler began his music career at the young age of 13, with the release of his first studio album. In 2009, Matt’s second album, “Epiphony”, was nominated for Best Jazz CD by the Washington DC Area Music Association. As a musical artist, Matt has performed at major venues including The Kennedy Center, Strathmore Music Center, Adrienne Arsht Center, Detroit Music Hall, Blues Alley, Birdland Jazz Club, Monterey Blues Festival, and Motor City Blues & Boogie Woogie Festival. Wiggler’s immense talent and ability to work a crowd will make for a memorable night of music and a great addition to Jazz Week 2023.

On Wednesday, we’ll feature a special guest at our usual weekly jam session at Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens starting at 6:30, so help make hump-day go by with a little bit of music.

Thursdays during Jazz Week are always special as we close down 2nd Street and bring together FDO, our big-swingin’ band playing music designed for dancing, which is exactly what will happen from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. right there on 2nd Street in our beautiful, historic downtown. It’s fun for the whole family, and there are loads of wonderful eateries right there in downtown, so you can grab dinner and get a free show, to boot.

To wind up Jazz Week 2023, we’ll be offering one final free concert on Melody Lane, and this one is perfect for a lunchtime picnic. Our beloved and talented Max Duhalde and his Latin Heritage Band will set the perfect tempo to start your weekend early and will play from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. right there by the waterside in Fort Pierce. And just when you thought it was safe to call the week and take off your dancing shoes, think again because at 7 p.m. at the Sunrise Black Box, we’re planning one last thank you event to share our gratitude and love of music with the community we call home. We’re not going to tell you who the surprise guest will be; just trust us – you’ll want to be there to join the fun and enjoy the music.

We know it’s a lot, and believe us, we’re beat by the end of the week with all those concerts, but we wouldn’t have it any other way, and we hope you wouldn’t either. If you’d like to know more about what we do and how you can get involved, give us a call today at 772.460.JAZZ, or stop by one of our live events and introduce yourself. And if you want to know about all our upcoming gigs in advance so you can plan your week, become a member with just a click at, and we’ll send you an invite to every one of them.


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Mar. 9, 2023|

The Source’s 18th “Night of Hope” Fundraiser

The Source’s 18th “Night of Hope” Fundraiser 


The 18th “Night of Hope,” the annual fundraiser to benefit The Source, was held on Monday evening, February 6 at The Emerson Center in Vero Beach.  The Source proudly partnered with Cindy O’Dare and Richard Boga with ONE Sothebys’ International Realty, and nearly 250 guests, staff, volunteers, sponsors, donors and friends of The Source enjoyed an evening of  “Rejoicing In Accomplishments…An Inspiring Hope For The Future and The Beautiful Sounds of Music,” in part, the theme of the event.

Attendees admired the floral theme for the evening created by Monti’s Flowers and Events which highlighted sunflowers of every size positioned throughout the venue. The flower acted as a symbol to The Source’s mission: “Like the sunflower, with its strong sturdy stem reaching high in the sky towards unlimited possibilities, The Source teaches their members to stand on their own two feet.”Additionally, sunflower seeds are a form of food, sustenance. Guests had a taste of roasted and seasoned sunflower seeds from the main catering table.

The welcome reception was catered by The Source’s own Dignity Catering, featuring a bountiful selection of hot and cold hors d’eouvres followed by a dessert selection, all creatively designed for the evening. Cupcakes decorated with a sunflower, and encased in a carry home box, were handed out to all guests upon departure of the evening along with a live sunflower shared from the beautiful floral displays. A full bar operated by Proof Cocktail & Catering served all evening with thanks to sponsors Princess Liquors and Islamorada Brewery. Guests had an opportunity to tour one of the Dignity Buses in the parking lot.

The program was highlighted with a feature performance by Wintley A. Phipps, who sang three encouraging and moving songs, “I Believe (for Every Drop of Rain that Falls),” a Gospel favorite, “Amen,” and concluded with “When You Walk Through A Storm.” Phipps is a Pastor, world-renowned vocal artist, motivational speaker and education activist. He has been the featured speaker and performer for many notable occasions around the world and has sung before Presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, George W. Bush and Joseph Biden. His greatest passion is helping at risk children to dream. Mr. Phipps founded the U.S. Dream Academy an over 20-year old tutoring and mentoring program for children who are at risk or with parents who are behind bars. He has attracted an entire new generation of fans as his performance of Amazing Grace has received 20 million cumulative viewers on YouTube making him one of the most watched Gospel Music artists. Vero Beach is lucky to have a hometown hero such as Wintley Phipps as our neighbor.

2-21-23 Source Event Partners Richard Boga, Anthony Zorbaugh and Cindy O'Dare

The evening was capped off by an informative and moving video describing many of the success stories achieved by The Source during the last year and future plans for the organization with the Dignity Village completion, the Dignity Bus expansion and a third Dignity Food Truck being added to the fleet. The video, that was produced by Rowlinson Media Group and co-produced by The Source and Paris Productions, utilized well-described words and a myriad of photos to truly summarize what The Source is doing to benefit the homeless population.   Touching testimonials by several of The Source’s members were highlighted in the video.

Anthony Zorbaugh, Executive Director of The Source, was tremendously moved by the outpouring of support and partnership at the event. “These few hours of friendship and camaraderie gave us the ability to spread the word about what we are doing here in Vero Beach, helping the homeless and needy in our own backyard.”

For those who were unable to attend the event,  and would like to view the video by email, please contact Anthony Zorbaugh, 772-564-0202 or by emailing him at [email protected].

I am Ministries DBA The Source is a Christian social outreach ministry that has been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service for the homeless since 1995. Founded in Indian River County, the organization serves its homeless neighbors through core programs that include Dining with Dignity-a culinary employability training program, Dignity Catering and Dignity Food Trucks, Dignity Buses-mobile overnight emergency shelters sleeping nearly 40 nightly, Dignity Village-20 affordable housing units, as well as a myriad of programs and services that instill a sense of community.

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Feb. 16, 2023|

Fore Sistas Golf Tournament set for March 3 to 4

Fore Sistas Golf Tournament set for March 3 to 4

Last year’s inaugural Fore Sistas of Fairview Golf Club, Inc. Women’s Golf Tournament offered a weekend of great golf, important symposiums and outstanding food and entertainment – is it any wonder that the popular event is coming back for a return engagement the weekend of March 3-4?

While it is a women’s golfing event, this year, mixed foursomes (maximum of two men) and men’s foursomes are invited to participate.

The two-day event will kick off at 1 p.m. on Friday, March 3 with a Golf Clinic, followed by a Women’s Health Symposium with a panel of dynamic health professionals, and Welcome Reception featuring hors d’oeuvres, spirit tasting and a deejay.

On Saturday, March 4, access to the practice facility starts at 7 a.m. (subject to availability), Group Photos and Breakfast are scheduled for 8 a.m., followed by the 9 a.m. start of the Shotgun-style Tournament and a Luncheon and Awards Ceremony at 2 p.m.

Cost for the entire weekend is $175 per person with a non-golfing option that includes everything but play for $60 per person.

Fairview Golf Club, Inc, located in West Palm Beach, was established 56 years ago to provide a facility at which African Americans could play the sport, and is currently led by Martha Clark.  Fairview Golf Club, Inc., was gracious in allowing Fore Sistas to affiliate with it.

Fore Sistas of Fairview Golf Club, Inc. is now a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit volunteer service organization of women committed to the expansion and inclusion of talented women in the sport and business of golf through linked friendship, financial support, equity and inclusion.

Organizations supporting African American female youth and collegiate golfers aspiring to reach the next level of play will be recipients of the 75-percent of the net proceeds raised at the tournament.

Members of the event committee are Phyllis M. Gillespie, Martha Clark, Stanley Campbell, Jr., G. Sean Schley, Earnie Ellison, Jean Laws Scott, Claire Nash, Synthia Snow, Tishunda Tullis, Michelle Jerger, Lynn Solomon, Debra Williams and Raelyn Holmes

Sponsorship opportunities are available at all levels.

For information on Fore Sistas Golf, contact Phyllis Gillespie, Esq. at  [email protected]; Register here.


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Feb. 9, 2023|

The Vero Beach Film Festival is back June 7 to 11

The Vero Beach Film Festival is back June 7 to 11

This year we are celebrating our 6th season by featuring the finest in independent film from around the world.

We invite you to experience not only the joy of the film, but culinary events, a gala, nightly parties, panels, and more, set amidst the beauty of Vero Beach. Pass Prices go up on March 1, 2023. Capture your savings by February 28 here!




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Feb. 9, 2023|

ArtsFest, Feb. 11 & 12 in Gazebo Park, downtown Stuart!  

ArtsFest, Feb. 11 & 12 in Gazebo Park, downtown Stuart! 

ArtsFest returns to downtown Stuart February 11-12 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. featuring a wide variety of visual artists, musicians, singers, and top area chefs. Tickets can be purchased at the gate for $5 for adults, with children 18 and under free.

Consistently named one of the area’s Top 20 Events by the Southeast Tourism Society, ArtsFest will continue its 36-year history and showcase a diverse selection of arts to be enjoyed by residents and visitors. On the visual artist front, a juried art festival with submissions from across the nation will feature top artists in the categories of painting, drawing, mixed-media, photography, ceramics, glass, wood, sculpture, and jewelry are selected according to workmanship, originality, and artistic conception.

In addition to the juried art show, attendees can watch the popular CHOPPED event showcasing the inventive talents of renowned Treasure Coast chefs and listen to performances by the greatest talent on the Treasure Coast.  Creating an added community ‘buzz,’  local agencies and nonprofit organizations will provide ArtsFest patrons with family-fun activities such as complimentary guitar lessons and getting up-close-and- personal with wildlife and nature along with information about a broad variety of supportive and enriching community programs and services

“We always aim to surprise and delight guests who attend Artsfest, and this year will be no different,” said Nancy Turrell, CEO of MartinArts Foundation. “ArtsFest is truly an extension of the expansive arts community we have on the Treasure Coast, and we love this opportunity to highlight their accomplishments.”

Leading up to ArtsFest, Martin County Office of Tourism and MartinArts are partnering again to host the Hidden Turtles scavenger hunt. Glass turtles, made by Palm City based glass artist, Dot Galfond can be found near cultural venues, art in public places venues and other popular spots in Martin County. Find a gold turtle and register it at to secure two VIP ArtsFest Tickets. All other turtles secure a discount “buy-one-get-one free” ticket offer for ArtsFest.

Annually, ArtsFest draws over 7,500 people and over the past 3 years has generated more than a $1 million dollars to the local economy. For more information, access the website at or call 772-287-6676. MartinArts is located at 80 SE Ocean Boulevard in the Court House Cultural Center in downtown Stuart.


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Jan. 26, 2023|