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The Mr. StudFinder Charity Auction is a benefit for Martin County's Habitat for Humanity Women Build program. 

Businessmen from all over the area auction their company's services to raise money for Women Build, females who build homes for those in need. Some things up for bid include a ride in the Goodyear blimp, a sunset cruise, free kite boarding lessons for two, be a Sheriff or Fire Fighter for the day, and a dinner for six in your home prepared by a private chef.

The auction will be held on March 23rd at the brand new Hutchinson Shores Resort on Hutchinson Island in Jensen Beach. The VIP party starts at 5 p.m. and takes place beachside on the pool deck with hors d'ouevres, drinks, and a meet and greet with the "studs." VIP tickets are $125

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TrawlerFest 2018 is more than a boat show passing through Stuart this weekend ending Sunday, March 11, 2018. It features a collection of “new and pre-owned cruising powerboats, the latest in marine gear and services, and first-class education & demonstrations”.

What’s a trawler you ask?  Recreational trawlers are pleasure boats which can endure long sea adventures.  It’s a boat with a noble cruising history - seaworthy, extremely safe and comfortable. They are also referred to as trawler yachts or cruisers. 

TrawlerFest 2018 is an experience you simply won't want to miss!  The trawling festival offers vendors and educators the opportunity to join the trawling community.  The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable. Learn handy maintenance tips

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The fair is back in Martin County now through February 17th!

The Martin County Fair is actually a 501c3 non-profit organization whose goal is to entertain and promote community traditions, talents, diversity, vision, and agricultural heritage.

It is the largest event in the county attracting more than 70,000 people. The fair has been held for the past 55 years and the money raised goes to improve local facilities, scholarships to students, and programs for Martin County youth.

Entering the fair you'll see many farm animals and livestock and learn about them. Hundreds of vendors display their art, food, and much more. The Fire Department gives demonstrations, you'll pass by magic shows, pageants, dances, pig racing, and live music. If there's

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Take a trip up to Fort Pierce this weekend for the 39th annual Greek Festival!

Enjoy authentic Greek food, imported Greek wine, beer, and other drinks, traditional music and dancing, performances, and much more.

The festival takes place Friday-Sunday, February 9th-11th at the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. It goes from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m.-7 p.m. on Sunday.

Some food items include Spanakopita (Greek-style spinach and cheese pie in a crispy filo crust), Soutzoukakia (Greek-style meatballs in seasoned tomato sauce), Dolmades (grape leaves stuffed with ground beef and rice topped with lemon sauce), and of course Gyros. For dessert try one of twenty authentic pastries paired with a cup Greek coffee. 

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The Savannas Preserve State Park is the largest, most conserved remainder of the savannas on Florida's east coast. 

The savannas are a 10-mile stretch of freshwater marshes from Jensen Beach to Fort Pierce. The land is home to many diverse habitats and is an endangered natural system. 

The state park entrance to the savannas includes an Environmental Education Center, hiking trails, and canoe/kayak access points.

The undisturbed area is a favorite for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts with its beautiful scenery, wild flowers, birds, and other animals. Eight miles of trails are often used for biking, hiking, and horesback riding. The most popular activities in the park are fishing, canoeing and kayaking. 

The park offers guided walks

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Hawk's Bluff is a gateway to a hidden world on the Florida east coast. Apart of the Savannas Preserve State Park, Hawk's Bluff is one of three entrances to the park, but definitely the most spectacular. 

The savannas are a 10 mile stretch of low-lying open wetlands from Jensen Beach to Fort Pierce. In these freshwater marshes you can see many different birds, turtles, fish, and even deer. 

Hawk's Bluff is in Jensen Beach atop one of the highest points in the area and just over a mile from the ocean. The trail is a 1.1 mile hike down sand dunes into the wetlands. The end of the trail hikes back up onto another hill that has a stunning view overlooking miles of wetlands. It is a beautiful area that is a secret among locals for its incredible

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The gorgeous Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa is new, 4-story luxury retreat right on the beach. It has 178 guest rooms, 2 ballrooms, a restaurant, fitness center, 9,000 square feet of event space, a spa, and much more. 

All rooms have large private balconies, marble bathrooms, and 52-inch flat screens. Pick an oceanfront room and watch the sunrise or a riverside room and watch the sunset. 

Their restaurant, the Drift Kitchen & Bar is an American bistro serving fresh local seafood, housemade pasta, and wood fired pizza, seating up to 200 guests for lunch and dinner. 

There are 3 bars at the resort, including 2 poolside ones. The Dune Oceanfront Bar and Reflections Bar are on the pool deck overlooking the beautiful waters of Jensen Beach.

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Skip I-95 traffic and take a plane ride overlooking the gorgeous Florida coast instead. Fly the Whale, a small commercial airline featuring small plane charter flights, is opening up a new service taking customers from Fort Pierce to Tallahassee and soon to the Bahamas. 

Starting January 8th, Fly the Whale will debut flights from the Treasure Coast International Airport on St. Lucie Boulevard. Flights will depart on Mondays at 8 a.m. and return at 4 p.m. On Thursdays flights leave at 3 p.m. and return at 5:30 p.m. The trip from Fort Pierce to Tallahassee will take 1 hour and 42 minutes... as opposed to about 5 and a half hours driving the interstate. If you live in Jupiter, it is over 6 hours to get to Tallahassee, if you wanted to watch the

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The South Florida skies will be taken over by jets and planes as part of the Stuart Air Show. The air show will take place at the Witham Field Airport in Stuart this November 3rd through November 5th.

The show will be beyond your expectations. It’s not just a visual air show but it’s an interactive experience for yourself and family to enjoy.

Come and watch these incredible airplanes do amazing stunts, turns, and tricks at high speeds and high altitudes. For the first time this year, there will also be a helicopter stunt show as well.

On Friday night at the event, the planes and skydivers will perform a night time aerobatics, doing flips and turns as they make their way down to the ground. A firework display will also light the sky and kick off the

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  The city of Stuart is a unique place on the southeast Florida coast. Its mix of historic and new downtown area, integration of many waterways, and beautiful homes and natural scenery make it a hidden gem in the luxury real estate world. One of the best things about Stuart is that there are always things to do and new places to try. Below is a list of 10 local waterfront dining spots that all have indoor and outdoor seating. If you're thinking about coming to the area, stop at one of these restaurants for a taste of what it's like to live here.    1. Sailor's Return Right under the Roosevelt bridge, this casual elegant restaurant fits its name. Located next to a yacht sales marina, enjoy views of beautiful boats from mega tri-decks to sleek…
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