Things to buy and do
BY SUSAN BURGESS
Looking for that perfect gift or gift certificates for the holidays? You won’t have to travel far. Check out these offered by Treasure Coast theaters and businesses.
Theaters and stores in the Gift Guide will be following CDC guidelines for the safety of their patrons.
DIAMONDS BY TERRY
3868 SE Dixie Highway
781.1133 • www.diamondsbyterry.com
For unsurpassed designs and workmanship plus fine-quality custom jewelry, antique or estate pieces, head for Diamonds by Terry for premier jewelry restoration and custom design on the Treasure Coast. It specializes in unique and one-of-a-kind pieces, all created for you by Terry. Factor in pleasant surroundings, a warm atmosphere and a wealth of knowledge and information and the staff sets the standard for customer service excellence.
Appraisals and most repairs can be done while you wait and watch. Prices: vary.
117 S. Second St., Fort Pierce • 461.4775 • www.sunrisetheatre.com
Gift tickets to the 1,200-seat Sunrise Theatre, restored to its 1923 perfection in downtown Fort Pierce, offer friends and family a chance to see a great variety of local, regional and national shows.
This year the whole family will love ventriloquist Terry Fator’s amazing singing impersonations of celebrity talent. He burst into prominence on America’s Got Talent. One Night of Queen is back on April 30 and it’s always sold out. Maybe a gift ticket will get you in.
Masters of Illusion are back to amaze with their magic tricks. Have a great time with the traveling show The Price is Right Live – play the games and maybe win! Kenny G returns for the first time in several years with his smooth signature sound. The National Dance Company of Ireland will have you in awe of its skill and energy as it performs Rhythm of the Dance.
Experience a great Chris Botti concert — the trumpeter is a Grammy Award winner at home in everything from jazz to pop to rock. And don’t forget favorite ABBA Mania in February.
The Black Box Theatre in the Sunrise is an ideal space for comedy, cool jazz and more. The Sunrise is on the National Register of Historic Places.
THE LYRIC THEATRE
59 SW Flagler Ave.
286.7827 • www.lyrictheatre.com
The historic Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart has just the right ticket for everyone on your list. Give a gift certificate and share the magic of live performing arts. After all, who doesn’t deserve a night out?
From divas and tenors, blues and jazz, dance and comedy, to bluegrass and rock, The Lyric is bringing in a little noise, a little funk and a little something for everyone in the family.
Don’t miss legendary performers Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal, Leo Kottke, Taj Mahal, Branford Marsalis, Pat Metheny, Keb’ Mo’, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Janis Ian, Jimmie Vaughan and Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn. Check out the performances by Shelèa, Eric Gales, Popa Chubby, and the Modern Gentlemen. Bring the family for Mutts Gone Nuts, Artrageous and National Geographic Live – Secrets of the Whales with underwater photographer Brian Skerry.
The beautiful Lyric began as a silent movie house. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. Prices: vary.
3250 Riverside Park Drive
231.6990 • www.riversidetheatre.com
Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach has a tremendous season coming starting in January 2022. There are so many must-sees on the list you may find it hard to choose — maybe you or your friends will want to see all of them. Riverside is offering its popular gift certificate tickets this year for everyone on your holiday list, including yourself.
To the delight of audiences, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s masterpiece Carousel hits the stage first on Jan. 4. Inspiring and hopeful, it brings just the right note to this second season of the pandemic.
Hilarity ensues as A Comedy of Tenors filled with madcap situations and romantic indiscretions takes the stage in February. On Your Feet will have the audience wanting to dance as the energetic story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan unfolds before your eyes. Billy Elliot is uplifting and electrifying as it tells its inspirational tale. Rounding out the season in May is Almost Heaven — John Denver’s America.
Gift certificates for plays, musicals and stand-up comedy are available. Prices: vary.
INDIAN RIVER CITRUS MUSEUM GIFT SHOP
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach
772.770.2263 • www.veroheritage.org
Citrus is an important part of Treasure Coast and Florida history. Citrus crate labels have become popular collectors’ items! Now considered folk art, crate labels are a popular collectible due to the unique and sometimes whimsical artwork that was representative of the era. Whether you already have a collection or are getting started, the Indian River Citrus Museum offers both authentic and replica labels. When visiting the museum, be sure to get started on the new Vero Heritage Citrus Label Tour! The museum will celebrate its 3rd annual Orange Friday [our fun take on Black Friday] on Friday, Nov. 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come enjoy local shopping with a Citrus Twist!
ONE-YEAR GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO INDIAN RIVER MAGAZINE
For a gift that keeps on giving throughout the year, consider a one-year gift subscription to Indian River Magazine. If you are already an Indian River Magazine subscriber, you can purchase a one-year gift subscription for $20, $10 off the regular $30 price.
Letters will be mailed out Dec. 10 to your recipient announcing the holiday gift from you, followed by the first of five issues in early January.
To subscribe online or pay by credit card, visit indianriverstore.com