The Vero Beach Museum of Art has two new exhibits on view. The Masters of American Photography features some of the great iconic images of the 20th century by Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, Edward Weston, Margaret Bourke-White, and other master photographers. Spanning nine decades of creative achievement, this exhibition, organized by the Reading Public Museum, represents a brief history of photography as art, addressing themes such as portraiture, landscape, still life, and cultural history. On view through January 14.
The kids will love 50 Years, 50 Works, 50 Reasons Maurice Sendak: The Memorial Exhibition. Organized to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Sendak’s classic Where the Wild Things Are. The exhibition features original illustrations for the book, which won the prestigious Caldecott Medal for pictorial excellence in 1964. The narrative follows a boisterous and adventurous young boy named Max who, having been sent to his room for misbehaving, ends up taking a rollicking trip to an island inhabited by Wild Things who crown him King before he returns home. The exhibition includes designs for an animated short film, a feature film, and an opera based on the book as well as a selection of works from the many other picture books that Sendak illustrated and examples from Sendak’s second career as a stage and costume designer. On view through December 31.
CLASSES & WORKSHOPS AT THE VERO BEACH MUSEUM OF ART
Fall registration for adult art & humanities classes is currently in progress at the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Choose from a wide variety of classes including drawing, painting, jewelry, ceramics, art history, photography and more. In addition special Master Artists Workshops are offered. Visit VeroBeachMuseum.org for a full listing of classes available or call Ellyn Giordano at 772-231-0707 Ext. 116 to register.
Film Studies courses begin on Tuesday, September 26 at the Vero Beach Museum of Art with classes at 1:30 or 7:00 pm. “All About Eve: Females behind the Camera” is the first course the continues through October 24. The cost is $60 Members ($80 Non-Members).
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
A “COURSE OF LOVE” AT CSC
The Center for Spiritual Care, 1290 24 Street in Vero Beach presents “A Course of Love” on Thursday mornings (Beginning September 28) from 10 am to 11 am with Paula Hardin, EdD. A Course of Love is for troubled hearts what A Course in Miracles is for troubled minds: revelation, comfort, and call to transforming union. A Course of Love instills the courage of heart that it takes to give up fearful thinking as the cornerstone, the very foundation, on which our world rests. The book A Course of Love is central to this class and can be purchased online at acourseoflove.org, amazon.com or by contacting Paula Hardin by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations are appreciated.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29
DOWNTOWN FRIDAY THIS WEEK
Main Street Vero Beach presents Downtown Friday from 6 to 9 pm on Friday, September 29 on 14th Avenue in Vero Beach. Live music will be provided by The Jacks Band. Shop the vendors, and enjoy food drink & family fun!
AT RIVERSIDE THEATRE September 29 & 30
Howl at the Moon Experience: Shows at 7:30 and 9:30 pm with musicians Rob Volpe & Ken Gustafson. Tickets are now $12-$22. Come Hungry! Enjoy fire-grilled sandwiches and cold cocktails!
Live in the Loop: Free Outdoor Concerts beginning at 6 pm with Professor Pennygoode & The Mighty Flea Circus (Rockabilly) on Friday and Wiley Nash (Classic Rock & Blues) on Saturday.
Winnie the Pooh: A Schoolsical Showcase The classic story of a boy and his “beary” good friend. Performed by local school groups. Performances are on Saturday evening & Sunday afternoon. Visit RiversideTheatre.com.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
CONCERT AT SEBASTIAN INLET
Night Sounds Concert Series at Sebastian Inlet State Park features the 20th Street Jazz Band on Saturday, September 30 from 7 to 9 pm. The 20th Street Jazz Band is a 15-piece band that plays traditional jazz standards, favorite swing and popular music. The concert is free with regular park entry fees.
Ballet Vero Beach announces youth auditions for “Nutcracker on the Indian River”. Children ages 6-18 are encouraged to join this magical new holiday tradition. Auditions will take place Saturday, September 30 at Riverside Theatre in the education building from 10:30-1:00. Pre-registration is required and all registrations must be received by September 28 at 5:00 pm. Visit balletverobeach.org.
SUPPORT THE ARC ON OCTOBER 7
The ARC of Indian River County is holding its 3rd Annual Replogle Family Award Dinner Dance on Saturday, October 7 at Grand Harbor from 6 to 10 pm. Presentation of the Replogle Family Award will be presented to a member of the community for outstanding support of The Arc. Tickets are $125 per person and sponsorships available. Call Noreen at 772.584.9511.
SAVE THE DATE: MEDIA BREAKFAST & WORKSHOP
The Cultural Council of Indian River County is hosting its nonprofit Media Breakfast on Wednesday, October 11 from 8 am – 12 noon at Elks Lodge, 1350 26th Street in Vero Beach. Representatives from local print, radio, and electronic media outlets provide practical tips to nonprofit staff and volunteers about how best to publicize their charitable causes, special events and programs in our community. You will help your organization to be aware of new trends and be updated with current media outlet requirements for submitting your news and information. To reserve, please submit $25 by mailing a check, calling the office at (772) 770-4857 to use a credit card, or on-line via the website at cultural-council.org/non-profit-media-breakfast.