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Bike fest coming to Stuart
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Posted: 2013 Jan 25 - 06:55

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TREASURE COAST --

Motorcycle enthusiasts will have an opportunity to show off their bikes and raise funds for the ARC of Martin County during the Treasure Coast Bike Fest, Feb. 10 in Flagler Park, downtown Stuart.

Fueled by the success of past year's events, the committee is hoping for an even bigger turnout.

It's a free, family friendly event in Flagler Park right on the water.There will be entertainment featuring Far From Grace and Crossbone,

On Sunday, event hours are 11 a.m.-6 p.m. with a full schedule of music in the park, vendors, food and beverage. A complete schedule of events can be found on the website www.treasurecoastbikefest.com. The morning will open with Patricia Moody singing the national anthem.

Also, bikers will have the fun competing in a poker run beginning at 10 a.m. There will be three poker runs with a total of $500 in cash prizes going to those who hold the best hand, with doors prizes for some of the runners-up.

There will also be a motorcycle showcase. Owners can enter their bikes in a variety of categories and compete for trophies. New this year is a tattoo contest. Registration is on-site Feb 10.

Winners of the motorcycle showcase, the poker run, tattoo contest and the Harley Davidson drawing will be announced on the main stage.

The ARC of Martin County assists children and adults with developmental disabilities to achieve their fullest potential.

For more than 50 years, the ARC of Martin County, through education, awareness and advocacy, has given hope to hundreds of individuals with its focus on ability, rather than disability.

For more information, visit www.arcmc.org or call (772) 283-2525.




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