Upcoming Programs and Events

Museum Open Daily from 10 am to 3 pm.  

October 13, 2015, Tuesday evening at 7 pm at the Flagler Place, 201 SW Flagler Ave., will be the Free and Open to the Public presentation by the famous artist, James Hutchinson on his years spent living with the Seminole and Miccosukee Indians on the Brighton Reservation in the 1960s and the excellent collection of paintings he produced.

Beginning Sept. 13, 2015, at Stuart Heritage Museum, they are offering as prizes, 3 full sets which contain four lithographs of the most famous Seminole leaders: Osceola, Alligator, Wildcat and Billy Bowlegs II, all that Hutchinson produced in 1976. Raffle tickets, $10 each, are available at the Museum daily 10 am to 3 pm and the night of October 13th at the Flagler Place. Three winning raffle tickets will be drawn that evening. Here are photos of two of the featured chiefs:Chief Wildcat & Chief Billy Bowlegs II.                

They Have Just Been Found!!  Limited Number Available.

EXCITING NEWS -- just discovered, hidden away are several brand new previous Kiwanis ornaments. They are now only available at the Stuart Heritage Museum on Flagler Ave.
CHECK which ones you need.

Here is the list and their year: 1998 - Stuart Feed Store, 2000 - 75th Martin Co. Anniversary, 2002 - County Courthouse, 2004 - Jensen Beach Arch, 2009 - County Fair, 2012 - Palm City Post Office, 2013 - Veterans Memorial Bridge, 2013 - Stuart's 100th Anniversary, 2014 - Save Our Beaches and of course the newest arrival 2015 ornament of the Kiwanis Park at Woodlawn.


As of August 10th, 2015 the City of Stuart's Centennial Time Capsule is on permanent display at the Museum.  It is sealed and will not be opened for nearly 100 years.  

The new book "No Fear - Life and Times of Fergie Ferguson" is available at the Museum Gift Shop.  Come see the special bronze duplicate plaque honoring Fergie, now an exhibit in the Museum.

The Author is Robert D'Angelo.

JUST ARRIVED -- exclusive in the Museum is the 2015 Kiwanis Ornament. This is of the Kiwanis Park at Woodlawn, now a barrier-free playground, located along Colorado Ave. The wonderful 3D ornament is $25 each, plus sales tax.

Only a few of the book "History of Hobe Sound - A Glimpse into the Past" by Paula MacArthur Cooper are now available at the Museum gift shop.  There are many vintage photos in the book of this community at the south end of Martin County.  

NOW at the Museum is the book (in paperback) of the History of the Stuart Woman's Club.  It is 300 pages of information and photos not just of this club, which started in Stuart in 1913, but of Stuart itself over the decades.  The author is Reba Shepard.  Get your copy now.  

Also just arrived is the book by Rick Crary "A Treasure We Call Home".  Crary will be speaking at the Museum's program on January 12th, Tuesday evening, Flagler Place, 201 SW Flagler Avenue. 

Many new items in the Museum gift shop:  Mugs, framed drawing, key rings, jewelry, paperweights, pens, flashlights, etc.  Have some of the past annual Kiwanis ornaments available.  Arrived is the book on the railroads (FEC) in Florida, titled "Speedway to Sunshine":

Check out the Facebook Page title:      Captain Henry Sewall's Home

It was created and updated by Sandra Thurlow.