Upcoming Programs and Events --- Join, become a member

Museum Open Daily from 10 am to 3 pm.  


Special Guest Speaker

Tuesday, May 10th at 7 p.m. will be a program presented by the Thurlow Family. The program is free and open to the public. It will be held at the Flagler Place, 201 SW Flagler Ave. in downtown Stuart.  This is the last monthly program for the season.  The next one will be Tuesday, Sept. 13th.


The basement at the Museum with a large selection of artifacts is open to tour:  all day every Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and the afternoons on every Wednesday.    

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MONTH of May 2016 -- MC Historic Preservation Month      

Kick-Off Ceremony is set for Monday, May 2nd at 5 pm at the Stuart Heritage Museum.  Everyone is invited.  It is Free.  Mabel Witham will also be honored.

All during the month of May will be programs and events open to the public about people, places, and historical happenings (such as the county's flower industry)

held in different locations.  A full Calendar of the activities is available at the Museum.

Sat., May 28th - will be Heritage Day in connection with Preservation Month.  It will be at the Stuart Heritage Museum and tours of other historic places in downtown Stuart.

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Now available ... special Auto Plates "Stuart - Sailfish Capital of the World" - each $10 to benefit the Museum.



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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.


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.




Many new items in the Museum gift shop:  Books, mugs, shirts, caps, framed drawings, key rings, jewelry, paperweights, pens, flashlights, etc.  Have some of the past annual Kiwanis ornaments available.