Upcoming Programs and Events


Mark the Calendar to attend the Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 at 7 pm at the Flagler Place (201 SW Flagler Place),

the preview program on the upcoming 26th Annual Historic Tour set for Sat., Feb. 14th.  Tickets - $15 -- will be available at the

Feb. 10th program and by late January at the Museum.  This year's theme: 'Homes, Schools & Churches'

tiny hint of a few of the locations on the tour:

The former Stuart High School building

The Lyric Theatre (once a church during the 1970s)

Stuart Alliance Church


En Plein Air Artists of Martin County, part of the Art Associates of Martin County, have done individual art paintings of several of the Feb. Historic Tour locations. Several of these fine pieces of frame-able artwork will be on display at the Stuart Heritage Museum and sold through a silent auction running from Jan. 28 to Feb.14 to benefit the museum.  Bids accepted at the Museum and on Feb. 10th at the preview program at Flagler Place - winning bids announced Feb. 14 in the afternoon.  Come out to view these fine paintings displayed in the Museum showcase front window.


The Indian River State College is featuring a 'Lifelong Learning' series and the Museum will be showcased on Feb. 5, Feb. 26 and on March 23 with guided tours of Historic Downtown Stuart and the Museum. For details and reservations call IRSC at (772) 462-7880.


They Have Arrived!!  Limited Number Available.

The 2014 Ornament done by the Stuart Kiwanis Club and is available now at Stuart Heritage Museum. The theme is the 40th Anniversary of  Stuart's 'Save Our Beaches' campaign in 1974.  

Stop by the Museum from 10 am to 3 pm, Monday - Sunday to purchased this fine ornament - a collector's keepsake.

Cost is $25 plus sales tax. All proceeds benefit Stuart Kiwanis programs for local children and the non-profit Stuart Heritage Museum.


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.


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

It was created and updated by Sandra Thurlow.

Tour the Capt. Sewall house at Indian Riverside Park, along Indian River Drive.  

See the house noon to 1 pm every Wednesday, then a powerpoint presentation

at 1 pm by Sandy Thurlow on the home's history.