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Designated as the Sailfish Capital of the World, Stuart can found just north of Tequesta, in Martin County. With plenty of opportunities to boat and fish, Stuart is bordered by the shimmering Atlantic Ocean, St. Lucie River, and the Intracoastal Waterway. A cultural paradise, Stuart's Historic Downtown District is home to authentic Florida architecture, galleries, a museum, and a variety of boutiques and outdoor cafes.

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There are quite a few restaurants in Martin County that have a "kids eat free" special on certain nights. From grilled cheese sandwiches and burgers to pizza and crab cake sliders, there's a menu item for your kid and somewhere to take them for free, every night of the week.

Sunday

Maya's Grill

Kids' Menu: Hamburgers, chicken fingers, tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and burritos. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Address: 3099 S.W. Martin Downs Boulevard, Palm City. 772-221-10093

Monday

Sonny's BBQ

Kids' Menu: Barbecue sandwiches, salad bar, burgers, ribs, mac and cheese, grilled cheese, and hot dogs. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Address: 1961 U.S.1, Stuart. 772-283-4150.

Tuesday

DeLITEful Kitchen

Kids'

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6th Street in Downtown Stuart is a road where two awesome beer and music venues reside- the Crafted Keg and Terra Fermata. The two popular spots have teamed up to create "6th Street Rocktoberfest" which will be an evening of beer, music and fun starting at 2 p.m. on October 13th and ending at 2 a.m. on October 14th.

This is going to be the Treasure Coast's biggest Oktoberfest of all and it's suitable for the whole family, including pets. The party kicks off with a four-hour beerfest, eight hours of live music from 14 different bands and DJs, food trucks, vendors, games and much more. Expect local brews from Hop Life, Side Door, Sailfish, Southern Tier Brewing Co. and so on.

6th Street will be totally closed off from all traffic so the community

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Over the past couple months, the city of Stuart has been working on upgrading its historic downtown district. The project is now complete, and Stuart is ready to celebrate with a bash happening 3 weeks from today.

The "Historic Downtown Stuart Street Party" will kick-off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 11th with a ribbon cutting by the Chamber of Commerce. At 5:30 there will be a reception, followed by two popular bands: the Bryce Allyn band perfroming at 7 followed by Passafire at 8:30. Meanwhile, guests can stroll through the streets of downtown and check out some cool new features.

Downtown Stuart has more than 50 unique locally-owned shops, restaurants and art galleries in a charming old Florida atmosphere on the waterfront. The city

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The Salt of the Earth Halotherapy & Spa is a unique spa in downtown Stuart offering a relaxing atmosphere and natural alternative for mind and body calming.

Halotherapy, or salt therapy, is a holistic, all-natural remedy using particles of salt to promote better breathing, healthier skin, peaceful sleep, enhanced fitness and overall wellness. It also effectively alleviate symptoms of many respiratory and skin conditions including COPD, Asthma, Bronchitis, Emphysema, Cystic Fibrosis, Eczema and Psoriasis. The salt particles help increase oxygen intake, opening up our airways and cleansing them of smoke, dust, pollutants and other allergens. When the salt lands on the skin it helps relieve sore, flakey, red and irritated skin.

At Salt of the

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The Crafted Keg is a popular brew pub in downtown Stuart that has cool vibes, live music, an upstairs lounge and outdoor seating with games like corn hole and checkers. It's a pretty fun spot to hang with friends and drink some cold crisp beer on tap, especially on the third Sunday of the month when it's "Sips for seniors." 

"Sips for seniors" is dubbed so because pints are half-priced with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Treasure Coast Humane Society's senior adoption program. The senior adoption program allows seniors (60+) to adopt senior pets (7+) for free. Quite a few local businesses support the program helping older pets an people to have some companionship. If seniors want to adopt a pet younger than 7, they'll get $25 off dogs

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Stix Billiard Club in Stuart is a popular hang out spot inside the Stuart Bowling Alley, complete with pool tables, a full bar, outdoor patio with projector screen and games like Giant Jenga and Uno. 

The billiard club will be hosting an NFL tailgate party on Sunday, September 9th, when the Miami Dolphins play against the Tennessee Titans and the Jax Jags play the New York Giants. Kick-off is at 1 p.m. but Stix is getting the party started at 11 a.m. They'll be grilling out on the patio serving $2 burgers, $1 hot dogs and 50-cent bags of chips.

When the game starts, fans can get $2 Bud drafts, 50-cent wings, buy one get one half-off apps, and buy an entree, get a free beer. They'll also be doing giveaways and shot specials at half time. 

If

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Saint Lucie County

Black Pearl Boat Ramp
800 North Indian River Dr., Fort Pierce  

C-24 Canal Park
500 SE Oakridge Dr., Port St. Lucie

Jaycee Park
Ocean Dr. and Melaleuca Dr., Fort Pierce  

Little Mud Creek 
5460 South Ocean Dr., Hutchinson Island  

Museum Pointe Park 
414 Seaway Dr., Fort Pierce

North Causeway Island Park
500 North Causeway Dr., Fort Pierce

 

River Park Marina
500 E. Prima Vista Blvd., Port St. Lucie

Riverwalk Boat Ramp 
600 N. Indian River Dr., Fort Pierce

Stan Blum 
613 North Causeway Dr., Fort Pierce

Veterans Park at Rivergate 
2200 SE Veterans Park, Port St. Lucie 

White City Park
2081 W. Midway Rd., Fort Pierce

Oak Hammock Park 
1982 SW Villanova Rd., Port St. Lucie

Martin

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Pictured: Snook Caught by Michael O'Connor

The weekend we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: the first weekend of snook season! Oh yeah, and it also happens to be Labor Day weekend. Not only do you have three full days to take home your snook-a-day bag limit, but you also have the notion of the “hard workers holiday” to validate your much-needed R&R time.

The name of the game is snook this weekend, but make sure you know the regulations and have your permit, because FWC will surely be out in full force. While the mullet run hasn’t completely caught fire yet, catch and release snook fishing has been plentiful lately, with the Palm Beach Inlet, Juno Pier, Jupiter Inlet, and Loxahatchee River churning with keepers ready to be your catch of

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Did you know you can SPEND THE NIGHT at the Palm Beach Zoo??? You heard right- the Palm Beach Zoo allows you to meet their nocturnal creatures after hours for an exciting night of animal encounters, a night tour of the zoo, a pizza snack, continental breakfast, and wild activities like scavenger hunts and crafts!

This program is designed for participants ages 6 and over, and all overnight programs must be reserved in advance. The overnight adventure capacity is 60 people, with a minimum of 15 children, and they welcome scout troops, birthday parties, school groups, and yes- even adult groups.

For more information, go HERE.

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We’re about to hit you with a hard fact that might scare you, but it’s for your own good. Over 70% of ovarian cancers are diagnosed when the cancer has already spread beyond the ovary and throughout the abdomen. Because of a sheer lack of awareness and early detection, over 14,000 women will lose their lives to ovarian cancer this year, according to the American Cancer Society.

This is how you can help! In observance of Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Evo Italian in Tequesta will be hosting a special “Girls Night Out” to benefit H.O.W., a non-profit organization that supports ovarian cancer research, educational programs, and provides funding for women with ovarian cancer in financial need.

Join Wilmington Trust and guest speakers Patricia

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