SATURDAY, JAN. 2 - SUNDAY, JAN. 3

• EYE2EYE-Billy Joel and Elton John Tribute Concert: Barn Theatre welcomes in the New Year with a concert featuring Jonathan Elgart and Greg Vadimsky paying tribute to two acclaimed artists, Elton John and Billy Joel. Each artist will perform their own tunes and then join forces to perform as an iconic duo. This concert, “EYE2EYE, A Tribute to Elton John and Billy Joel", is a recreation of the legendary Face to Face Tour of Elton John and Billy Joel, complete with all the glamor, glitz, pianos, glasses and outrageous outfits. The EYE2EYE concert is Saturday evening Jan. 2 at 8 p.m. and on Sunday afternoon Jan. 3 at 2 p.m.

The ticket price for all our concerts is $30. You can purchase tickets by contacting the Barn box office at 772-287-4884 or by visiting our website at www.barn-theatre.com. Please also consider making a donation to The Barn Theatre, particularly if you can’t make it to our concerts. We are a non-profit community theater and can use your help in these difficult times. You can donate thru our website or by contacting our office. COVID protocols are in place.

In an effort to keep The Barn Theatre afloat during this period of diminished audience attendance and canceled shows caused by the pandemic yet still bringing its patrons top notch entertainment, The Barn is producing several major concerts spanning a variety of different musical genres, including The Standards, Rock n’ Roll, Pop, R&B, and the Motown Doo-wop sound. These concerts will be presented in January, February, and April.

FRIDAY JAN. 8

• Guided Beach Walk: Join the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center for this special opportunity to learn about the unique plants and animals that call our local beaches home, as well as the oceanographic and geological processes that shape our shorelines and dunes. These fun and educational Guided Beach Walks are perfect for all ages. Meet at 8 a.m. on Stuart Beach at 825 NE Ocean Blvd. in Stuart. The walk lasts until 9:30 a.m. Registration is limited to 10 participants. Register online at www.floridaocean.org. You must register by Thursday Jan. 7.

The program fee is $18 per person. Children ages 2 and under are free, but should be included during the registration process. The registration fee includes free admission to the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center following the beach walk. The Coastal Center opens at 10 a.m. The free admission to the Center is only valid the day of your beach walk. Face masks must be worn by all participants over the age of 6.

MONDAY JAN. 11

• Cooking class with Chefs Sarah Sipe and Aaron Black: Come to the Kai-Kai Farm in Indiantown on Monday Jan. 11 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Chef Sipe from 'The Regional' and Chef Black from 'PB Catch' have planned a cooking class menu that includes Nann flatbread with squash, roasted cherry tomatoes, and chorizo; quick cured salmon, charred baby bok choy, fennel and orange; roasted branzio with farm fresh chili, chermoula, and new potatoes; topped off by strawberry shortcake, candied pistachios, and vanilla whipped cream. Tickets are $65 and can be purchased online at www.kaikaifarm.com. Kai-Kai Farm is located at 8006 SW Kanner Hwy in Indiantown.

ONGOING EVENTS

• Eclectic Artists and Art at the Elliott Museum: This exhibit is an opportunity to present some of the local artists in Martin County to the public. It runs through Jan. 4, 2021. The artwork includes a variety of media, styles, techniques, and subjects. There are paintings, sculptures, photographs, glasswork and jewelry. The approaches range from traditional, to contemporary, to the unexpected. The artwork is available for sale. Regular admission for visitors 13 to 64 years of age is $14. These artists have generously offered to donate a portion of profits to benefit and support the Elliott Museum. The Elliott Museum is located at 825 NE Ocean Blvd. in Stuart. For further information call (772) 225-1961.

• Animators, Artists & Multi-Media Giants: Now showing through the end of January 2021 at the Elliott Museum in Stuart. A meaningful exhibit for young and creative minds.

The Elliott Museum has installed a very cool exhibit that features a Makerspace Lab with eight computer stations, four 3-D printers and two die-cut machines. You can create your own animated movies and paper engineering projects, and make designs that can be sent to our in-house 3-D printers and laser cutters. Helpful docents will be on hand to introduce you to our easy-to-use technology! All of this is included with the price of museum admission. Regular admission for visitors 13 to 64 years of age is $14. The exhibit runs through Jan. 31, 2021. The Elliott Museum is located at 825 NE Ocean Blvd. in Stuart. For further information call (772) 225-1961.

• Tarot Card Reading at Arri’s Portal: Tarot Card Reading is now available at Arri’s Portal in Port Salerno, right on the water! Come meet Karmic One Tarot, a world renowned psychic and step into your very own wonderland to hear about your fate and fortune. Galaxy tapestries, sweet incense, and a 50 foot tall crystal tree guide you to your private room for your personal private reading where all your questions can be answered in a 15 or 30 minute session. The ambience and atmosphere are enchantingly beautiful, and your reading is guaranteed to be delightful (and positive!). Due to high popularity, appointments are encouraged. Call (772) 210-5117. Arri's Portal is located at 4745 SE Desoto Avenue by the Twisted Tuna in Stuart / Port Salerno. For more information, visit https://arrisportal.com/.

• Road to Victory Museum: The Road to Victory Military Museum located in Stuart Florida at 319 SE Stypmann Boulevard is open by appointment only on Saturdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

The museum displays artifacts and memorabilia from veterans across the Treasure Coast, the US and even throughout the world donated to RTVMM. The items are displayed in the original WWII barracks from Jonathan Dickinson park. Veterans are honored at parades and events.

Docents are needed to cover the museum in two or four hour shifts on Saturdays & by appt.

We need volunteers for lawn maintenance, military vehicle restoration, and individuals to work with the Victory Rangers.

The Victory Rangers are involved in WWII reenactments. The RTVMM Victory Rangers age 14 to 20, guys and gals, work on military vehicles and are involved in community events. They are also involved as docents covering the museum. Orientation is required.

Visitors and docents wear masks and practice social distancing. Please contact us for additional information at facebook/roadtovictory or call 772-210-4283 or 703-835-4166.

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