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Every Sunday at the Historic Downtown Stuart Riverwalk is Rock’N Riverwalk! Rock’N Riverwalk is an open-air concert that takes place each Sunday from 1pm-4pm. Every week there is a different band playing their best tunes on the beautiful waterfront stage. 

Guests can come out to enjoy the festive live music, walk along the waterfront and eat and drink from all of the local vendors. You will find the freshest seafood served in street style and delicious hand crafted cocktails. For the kids you can stop by the Kilwin’s cart and grab a gourmet ice cream, fudge or chocolates. Not only is there amazing food and drink options but there will be tons of apparel available for sale as well. 

For more information about Rock’N Riverwalk Sundays or to see which

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The Elliot Museum is an inspiring feature of Stuart that adds educational fun to the Treasure Coast. The museum offers a variety of unique collections, exhibits and lectures to its guests “designed to serve the interests of the people who live and visit the Treasure Coast.” 

At the Elliot Museum there is an exhibit or class for everyone. You can find an impressive collection of classic cars, trucks, bicycles and boats all in mint condition and on display for guests to get up close and personal with. Peruse the exhibits of Americana origin focusing American sports and American history. You can spend hours looking over the baseball and football memorabilia. The art collections are often changing to feature exhibits from different artists renowned around

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The Stuart Heritage Museum is a charming building that encompasses the history of Stuart, Florida. The Stuart Heritage Inc. was founded in 1988 when the city purchased the historic Stuart Feed Store in downtown Stuart. The historic feed building was purchases with hopes to convert the building into a museum to showcase all of the history the town has to offer. 

Through a lot of hard work and dedication the Stuart Feed Store became the Stuart Heritage Museum. The museum is home to over 10,000 precious artifacts from the 1880’s to the 1950’s. 

“The purpose of Stuart Heritage is to help preserve the heritage, artifacts and history of Stuart and its surrounding communities. The countless relics housed by the museum define the history of the people,

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The beloved boating extravaganza in Stuart, known as the Sailfish Regatta is coming to town. The weekend of the Sailfish Regatta is a weekend jam-packed with intense boat races. The races feature an array of different boats from powerboats to hydroplanes and the winners of the races take home some serious “bragging rights” and some great prizes. 

The Sailfish Regatta has become synonymous with adrenaline, gorgeous weather, beautiful boats and a great weekend for family fun. The races take place on the Stuart Causeway on a 1.1-mile oval racecourse that has been built on the northern side of the bridge. This year, the regatta is even bigger and features a bigger and better venue that can accommodate more guests, vendors and race associated parties.

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Spoto’s Oyster Bar Stuart

Spoto’s Oyster Bar is one of south Florida’s finest, traditional raw bars. Spotto’s offers two locations, Palm Beach Gardens and Stuart and out of these two restaurants they have earned an immaculate status when it comes to oysters. The Spoto’s Oyster Bar of Stuart is located directly on the wide-open water of the St. Lucie River. 

The seafood preparations they have to offer are some of the best you can find across the state. Some of the delicacies offered by Spoto’s include fresh-shucked, cold water, Blue Point Oysters, steamed Littleneck Clams from the cold, unspoiled waters off Cape Cod, and their signature famed Oyster Stew and they even serve a special Bouillabaisse. 

Spoto’s Oyster Bar Stuart is located at 131 SW

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One of the top places to live in America from Sperling’s Best Places to live is the quaint city of Hobe Sound. Hobe Sound is located on Florida’s Treasure Coast between Jupiter and Stuart. It has been growing quickly and expanding population. Still with its recent growth, Hobe Sound has remained a sanctuary with residents who are committed to retaining the serene charm of their village-like home. It has been stated that at Hobe Sound’s front door lies the Gold Coast and that at her back door lies the Treasure Coast. With an unbeatable location, residents will have easy access to the Atlantic Ocean through the Intracoastal Waterway, a 1,200-mile water route that provides a sheltered passage for boats along the eastern seaboard.

Hobe Sound is a jewel of

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The 8th Annual Martin County Nautical Flea Market is coming to Stuart, Florida on Saturday January 9th, and Sunday January 10th, 2016 from 9am until 4pm each day. This nautical market offers a wide variety of vendors ranging from artists to clothiers, sculptors and more selling their crafts and products.

The Martin County Nautical Flea Market will be held at the beautiful Memorial Park in Stuart. The sprawling, lush park is just walking distance to the fashionable downtown Stuart area. 

For those who love a good deal you can visit the marine booths where vendors will be selling their marine and nautical merchandise and services for a great deal or maybe a discounted price during the festival. The nautical flea market also offers vintage collectibles

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