From soul food, beer and a fun fishing tournament there’s so much in store this month. Mark your calendars for our top events this May!
Cinco de Mayo Sailfish style! There will be special beer releases, live music from Old Forge Mountain Boys, and the Mi Cabana Taco Truck will be parked out front to fill all of your taco desires. Only ages 21 and up after 8:00 pm.
Taste of The Islands was created for our local Caribbean and Non- Caribbean Natives of Florida who enjoys the many dishes, spices & culture of the Islands. Taste of the Islands will feature a kids zone and fun, live entertainment at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center.
The 22nd Annual Fishing Frenzy starts May 11-12, 2018 at Causeway Cove Marina in Fort Pierce. This offshore Dolphin fishing tournament offers $16,000 in cash and prizes, with a $10,000 Grand Prize for the heaviest Dolphin! There is no cost to sit and enjoy the excitement as the weigh-in takes place on May 12th 3-6pm! Interested in competing? Click here for more information on registering.
This is a huge outdoor picnic where food trucks of different origins, cuisine and menus prepare food that is cooked to order. It’s not fast food and a bunch of these trucks are run by chefs. A great deal of fusion cuisine, comfort foods and sweet treats to choose from. Be sure to bring your folding chairs or blankets to have a picnic on on the lawn in front of Tradition Town Hall!
Treasure Coast Tourism Showcase
This is the second annual “Treasure Coast” Tourism Showcase as St. Lucie, Indian River & Martin County team together to present all of the unique things to do and see in the area such as hotels, restaurants, tour guides, attractions and more! Door prizes and a staycation packages will be given away to lucky winners! The event is FREE and perfect for families, so come find out more about the things you can do right in your own backyard.
The Navy SEAL Museum has a longstanding tradition of observing Memorial Day with a commemorative ceremony to honor those who have died in defense of their country. The service will open with statements from Rick Kaiser, Executive Director of the Museum,and continue with an invocation and the unveiling of the names of the SEALs who have died in combat or training this past year.