The weather has certainly taken a turn for the beautiful here in Vero Beach. So why stay indoors?
There is so much to do this weekend. There is a festival everywhere this weekend, from the Grant Seafood Festival in the north, to the Sebastian Craft Fair, to the Air show at the airport.
Just remember to stay safe in the sun. If you have questions on the best way to do that, stop by Water's Edge Dermatology. They just opened its sixth Treasure Coast location here in Vero Beach, and with their specialization in skin cancer prevention, I'm sure they have lots of tips to keep skin healthy.
If you are trying to stay out of the sun, head over to the Artists Guild Gallery at 1974 14th Avenue, where they are featuring the works of Mary Segal this month. This event is free, so go and see first hand how talented we are here in Vero Beach.
Or you could kick up your heels over at the Vero Beach Community Center, as the Friday Night Dance parties are sponsored by the city's recreation department. Tickets are just $10 per person, and a disc jockey plays all the hits from the 50s to today.
If you are still in a dancing mood on Sunday, take part in the Habitat Cracker Hoedown, taking place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Riverside Park. This is the Indian River Habitat for Humanity's main fundraiser, so come out for live music, hillbilly golf and even a mechanical bull, all for a good cause.
See you there!