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Brevard County: Celebrate the 'American Dream' at the orchestra
SUNTREE -- With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, a surge of pride and nationalism is as thick as the humid air along the Space Coast. This weekend, the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will host "The American Dream" concerts. Both shows are free, but require tickets. The first show is Saturday, June 22 at 7 p......
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Indian River County: Check out the library for more than books
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- While books, DVDs and computers may dominate the open floor space at your local library, behind the doors of the meeting rooms are also dozens of friendly faces and interesting programs for adults. On Tuesdays at 1 p.m., one of the rooms at the Brackett Library in Vero Beach is......
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Martin County: 'Lionfish Safari' taking place July 20-21
TREASURE COAST -- In an attempt to rid Treasure Coast waters of the invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish, local residents are taking measures into their own hands. "Only a few of the nuisance species was introduced to local waters in 1986, and since that time, the fish have multiplied beyond measure," s......
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St. Lucie County: Swinging onto the art scene
Donna Selquist of Port St. Lucie shows her work, 'Swing,' at the new exhibition featuring the work of John Stiles at the opening night artist's reception at Port St. Lucie Civic Center on Thursday, June 13. The show is scheduled to run through Aug. 8.......
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Volusia County: Watercolors provide texture for MOAS exhibit
The Beauty of Watercolors is now on exhibit at the Museum of Arts & Sciences in Daytona Beach. Watercolors were historically regarded as less important than the grandeur of old masters until the luminous paintings on paper created by the 18th Century English artist William Mallard Turner became known. The astonishing effects o......
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