Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Treasure Coast festival-goers have plenty to pick from this season.
Thousands of people attended the first Treasure Coast History Festival held in downtown Fort Pierce over the weekend and sponsored by Indian River Magazine.
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It’s traditional. Children on ice skates laughing, a tall tree springing into sparkling colored lights against the dark of the evening, graceful dancers performing The Nutcracker, a parade of lighted boats with Rudolph and Santa aboard cruising softly through the night are all December highlights.
Like the Festival of Trees at Riverside Theatre and the Christmas parade on Ocean Drive, the St. Lucia Swedish Christmas Festival at the Hallstrom House has become a familiar harbinger of the holidays in Indian River County.
Grab the calendar and start filling in the blanks with festivals and special events around the Treasure Coast. They are a great way to relax and have some fun, enjoy the fresh air, meet some new people and get away from it all. Almost everything is family-friendly so you can bring the kids for an unforgettable good time.