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VERO BEACH ― The Environmental Learning Center has created take-home Nature Near You kits to help get young people outdoors during the pandemic. The STEM kits help children learn about nature while having fun, with hands-on activities and virtual lessons.
Arts & Entertainment
VERO BEACH ― The Vero Beach Wine and Film Festival isn’t letting a little pandemic stop the show. The four-year old festival has replaced the 2020 event with online film screenings, while planning to welcome fans back into the theaters in 2021.
VERO BEACH ― Ballet Vero Beach will launch its next season on Dec. 30-31 with the return of “Nutcracker on the Indian River.” The unique Vero Beach production takes the audience on a journey from New York to the shores of the Indian River Lagoon in 1919, the year the town of Vero (without th…
SEBASTIAN - The Indian River County Board of County Commissioners has approved funding for repairs and improvements at the North County Aquatic Center in Sebastian.
VERO BEACH - On Jan. 15, an accident at the intersection of Indian River Blvd. and the Barber Bridge in Vero Beach took the life of Grace Rett, an athlete on the College of the Holy Cross Women's rowing team in Massachusetts.
VERO BEACH - According to the Vero Beach Lifeguard Association, local beaches are experiencing an attendance boom. The VBLA estimates 841,413 people visited the city’s three lifeguarded beaches at Jaycee, Humiston and South Beach parks during 2019.