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Another fun-filled week ahead for all
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Posted: 2013 Mar 08 - 06:46

Wow, this is the season to be out enjoying the weather!

There is plenty going on, no matter what you're in the mood for.

If it's movies you're interested in, look no further than the library film series offered by the North Indian River County Library. The movies are constantly changing, and this Thursday the film "The Netherlands" will be featured at 3 p.m. The best part is that it's free.

As for family fun, the Indian River County Firefighters' Fair kicks off this week at the Indian River County Fairgrounds. There's a different special for admission and rides every day, so just pick one that meets your needs.

Now that it's starting to warm up, how about "jumping in" and trying out a water fitness class?

The North County Aquatics Center is offering aquanautics, a fitness class that takes place in the water. The classes are offered twice a week and are for people of all ages.

If it's more of the theater you want, don't forget about all the great talent right here in the county.

Running through March 17, Riverside Theatre is offering the musical production "Les Mis." The actors are wonderful, and their talents keep the audience mesmerized.

For those young at heart, the Vero Beach Theater Guild is performing the musical "Beauty and Beast" through March 24.

And don't forget, the Sebastian Inlet district is still looking for input from boaters about the Sebastian Inlet and Indian River estuary. Boaters are encouraged to fill out an anonymous survey, and their valuable input can be put to good use for an upcoming economic study. For more information about the study, just call (321) 724-5175.

Have a great week, and I'll see you around!

Dawn Krebs is the managing editor of the Sebastian Hometown News. She can be reached by emailing dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com




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