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  1. Open House Hiring Event

    October 3, 2022, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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    The Fort Steakhouse / The Fort Social

    We're hosting a hiring event for the season! Come present your Awesome self and apply in person! Taking place at The Fort Steakhouse on October 3rd from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Meet our Executive Team and show them what you've got!

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  2. In Honor and Remembrance of Fort Pierce Native Fallen Son: Army SP4 Pondextuer Euguene Williams

    October 7, 2022, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Fort Pierce, Florida September 26, 2022 - Lincoln Park Main Street, in partnership with the City of Fort Pierce, St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office, Fort Pierce Police Department, American Legion Posts #40 and # 171, Vietnam Veterans of America Michael F. Bradley Chapter 566, Fort Pierce Yacht Club and Dignity Memorial are hosting a posthumous celebration for SP4 Pondextuer Eugene Williams. SP4 Williams, an American Army soldier, gave the ultimate sacrifice, his life, on August 8, 1970, while serving in the Vietnam War.

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  3. Friday Fest

    October 7, 2022, 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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    Marina Square

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  4. Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market

    October 8, 2022, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Marina Square

    Ranked #1 in Florida and the top 5 nationally for America's Favorite Farmer's Markets™

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  5. C.S. Lewis On Stage: Further Up & Further In

    October 8, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
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    Sunrise Theatre

    From the producers of The Screwtape Letters comes a dazzling, new theatrical experience that takes you further up and further into the spiritual journey of C.S. Lewis. When Lewis came to faith in 1931, it wasn’t obvious how his journey would unfold. Why did the BBC suddenly give him a national audience to deliver unprecedentedly popular radio talks that would become Mere Christianity? How did Hitler’s devious charm influence the writing of The Screwtape Letters? Why was Lewis such an effective apologist/evangelist to skeptics? Was it prayer? Was it his expectation of the Second Coming? Or his profoundly deep longing for Heaven? Using Lewis’ own words within a vividly immersive, multimedia experience, award-winning actor Max McLean takes you Further Up & Further In the mind and heart of one of the most imaginative and gifted writers in history.

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  6. Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market

    October 15, 2022, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Marina Square

    Ranked #1 in Florida and the top 5 nationally for America's Favorite Farmer's Markets™

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  7. Heathcote's Fall Garden Festival

    October 15, 2022, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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    Heathcote Botanical Garden

    Spend a beautiful day at Heathcote Botanical Gardens and enjoy our Fall Garden Festival. There will be plants for sale, food available for purchase along with fabulous vendors to shop as well as family activities, educational presentations and of course loads of fun! So, bring the family and join us!

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  8. Heathcote's Fall Garden Festival

    October 16, 2022, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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    Heathcote Botanical Garden

    Spend a beautiful day at Heathcote Botanical Gardens and enjoy our Fall Garden Festival. There will be plants for sale, food available for purchase along with fabulous vendors to shop as well as family activities, educational presentations and of course loads of fun! So, bring the family and join us!

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  9. Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market

    October 22, 2022, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Marina Square

    Ranked #1 in Florida and the top 5 nationally for America's Favorite Farmer's Markets™

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  10. Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tours

    October 26, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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    Part of the charm of downtown Fort Pierce is that the connection to its past is visible today. The oldest surviving structure is the P.P. Cobb building which dates back to the 1880s when the area was identified by the remains of a 2nd Seminole War U.S. military fort. The railroad tracks that run parallel and intersect the main roads of downtown reached Fort Pierce in 1894 and with them came more people causing the population in the region to expand. A majority of the historic buildings in downtown Fort Pierce date back to the 1920s, the decade that encompassed the rise and fall of the Florida land boom era. Fort Pierce’s participation in training Navy Frogmen during WWII ushered in a new era of population growth once the war ended which led to the beginning of the development in Port St. Lucie. All of these events in history have left their mark on this community. Main Street Fort Pierce works to capture the stories and significance of notable individuals and structures each year during the annual Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tours, held the week prior to Halloween.
    Every year some of the routes and “ghosts” are rotated to offer new stories for those that have participated in the past. There are five separate tour routes with around eight stops per tour that feature a significant person/structure in and around Fort Pierce. Each tour takes approximately one hour. The 2022 Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tour route and characters are:
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    NORTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Historic City Hall
    Architects- Hatcher and Sherwood
    Railroad & Flagler
    Ashley Gang
    Fee Family & Bank Building
    Sheriff Carlton
    Charles McCarty
    Will Tucker
    Woman’s Club & Library
    SOUTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd Law firm
    Boston House - Bill Jones
    Courthouse tales
    Edwin & Alice Binney
    Backus
    Sunrise Theatre
    Miley
    WATERFRONT TOUR: Saint Andrews
    St. Andrew’s - DAR
    1715 fleet & treasure hunters
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Pierce
    Fort Pierce Hotel
    Navy Frogman
    Bravo Steamboat Captain
    P.P. Cobb
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    EDGARTOWN TOUR:
    Dr. & Mrs. Platts
    Zora Hurston
    Lagow on porch
    Alfred Hair
    Fisherman - Boardman House
    Coral House
    Annie Hogg
    Harry Hill & Flagler
    PEACOCK ARTS WEST TOUR: Orange Avenue – Avenue A
    Train Engineer Knowles
    1st United Methodist Church
    Mary Ann Carroll
    Post Office
    Alto Adams & Federal Courthouse
    Arcade
    Dan McCarty
    Pioneer Doctor
    This is a fundraiser for Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc., a 501© not-for-profit organization. The cost per person is $12. These tours are history tours geared toward an older audience but all ages are welcome. Registration is required and can be done online at www.mainstreetfortpierce.org . Once registered, confirmation will be sent by email. Specific tour details will be emailed just prior to the event with downtown parking maps, guide information and contact numbers. A special thank you to our Sponsors: Fort Pierce Yacht Club, Saint Lucie Historical Society.
    *Tours and/or characters are subject to change

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  11. Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tours

    October 27, 2022, 5:30 PM
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    Part of the charm of downtown Fort Pierce is that the connection to its past is visible today. The oldest surviving structure is the P.P. Cobb building which dates back to the 1880s when the area was identified by the remains of a 2nd Seminole War U.S. military fort. The railroad tracks that run parallel and intersect the main roads of downtown reached Fort Pierce in 1894 and with them came more people causing the population in the region to expand. A majority of the historic buildings in downtown Fort Pierce date back to the 1920s, the decade that encompassed the rise and fall of the Florida land boom era. Fort Pierce’s participation in training Navy Frogmen during WWII ushered in a new era of population growth once the war ended which led to the beginning of the development in Port St. Lucie. All of these events in history have left their mark on this community. Main Street Fort Pierce works to capture the stories and significance of notable individuals and structures each year during the annual Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tours, held the week prior to Halloween.
    Every year some of the routes and “ghosts” are rotated to offer new stories for those that have participated in the past. There are five separate tour routes with around eight stops per tour that feature a significant person/structure in and around Fort Pierce. Each tour takes approximately one hour. The 2022 Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tour route and characters are:
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    NORTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Historic City Hall
    Architects- Hatcher and Sherwood
    Railroad & Flagler
    Ashley Gang
    Fee Family & Bank Building
    Sheriff Carlton
    Charles McCarty
    Will Tucker
    Woman’s Club & Library
    SOUTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd Law firm
    Boston House - Bill Jones
    Courthouse tales
    Edwin & Alice Binney
    Backus
    Sunrise Theatre
    Miley
    WATERFRONT TOUR: Saint Andrews
    St. Andrew’s - DAR
    1715 fleet & treasure hunters
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Pierce
    Fort Pierce Hotel
    Navy Frogman
    Bravo Steamboat Captain
    P.P. Cobb
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    EDGARTOWN TOUR:
    Dr. & Mrs. Platts
    Zora Hurston
    Lagow on porch
    Alfred Hair
    Fisherman - Boardman House
    Coral House
    Annie Hogg
    Harry Hill & Flagler
    PEACOCK ARTS WEST TOUR: Orange Avenue – Avenue A
    Train Engineer Knowles
    1st United Methodist Church
    Mary Ann Carroll
    Post Office
    Alto Adams & Federal Courthouse
    Arcade
    Dan McCarty
    Pioneer Doctor
    This is a fundraiser for Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc., a 501© not-for-profit organization. The cost per person is $12. These tours are history tours geared toward an older audience but all ages are welcome. Registration is required and can be done online at www.mainstreetfortpierce.org . Once registered, confirmation will be sent by email. Specific tour details will be emailed just prior to the event with downtown parking maps, guide information and contact numbers. A special thank you to our Sponsors: Fort Pierce Yacht Club, Saint Lucie Historical Society.
    *Tours and/or characters are subject to change

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  12. Downtown Fort Pierce Farmers Market

    October 29, 2022, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Marina Square

    Ranked #1 in Florida and the top 5 nationally for America's Favorite Farmer's Markets™

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  13. Trick or Treat on 2nd Street

    October 31, 2022, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    @
    Part of the charm of downtown Fort Pierce is that the connection to its past is visible today. The oldest surviving structure is the P.P. Cobb building which dates back to the 1880s when the area was identified by the remains of a 2nd Seminole War U.S. military fort. The railroad tracks that run parallel and intersect the main roads of downtown reached Fort Pierce in 1894 and with them came more people causing the population in the region to expand. A majority of the historic buildings in downtown Fort Pierce date back to the 1920s, the decade that encompassed the rise and fall of the Florida land boom era. Fort Pierce’s participation in training Navy Frogmen during WWII ushered in a new era of population growth once the war ended which led to the beginning of the development in Port St. Lucie. All of these events in history have left their mark on this community. Main Street Fort Pierce works to capture the stories and significance of notable individuals and structures each year during the annual Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tours, held the week prior to Halloween.
    Every year some of the routes and “ghosts” are rotated to offer new stories for those that have participated in the past. There are five separate tour routes with around eight stops per tour that feature a significant person/structure in and around Fort Pierce. Each tour takes approximately one hour. The 2022 Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Walking Tour route and characters are:
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    NORTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Historic City Hall
    Architects- Hatcher and Sherwood
    Railroad & Flagler
    Ashley Gang
    Fee Family & Bank Building
    Sheriff Carlton
    Charles McCarty
    Will Tucker
    Woman’s Club & Library
    SOUTH 2ND STREET TOUR: Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd Law firm
    Boston House - Bill Jones
    Courthouse tales
    Edwin & Alice Binney
    Backus
    Sunrise Theatre
    Miley
    WATERFRONT TOUR: Saint Andrews
    St. Andrew’s - DAR
    1715 fleet & treasure hunters
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Pierce
    Fort Pierce Hotel
    Navy Frogman
    Bravo Steamboat Captain
    P.P. Cobb
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
    1st tour begins at 5:30 p.m. Tours leave every 15 minutes after the first tour and the last tour leaves at 7:30 p.m.
    EDGARTOWN TOUR:
    Dr. & Mrs. Platts
    Zora Hurston
    Lagow on porch
    Alfred Hair
    Fisherman - Boardman House
    Coral House
    Annie Hogg
    Harry Hill & Flagler
    PEACOCK ARTS WEST TOUR: Orange Avenue – Avenue A
    Train Engineer Knowles
    1st United Methodist Church
    Mary Ann Carroll
    Post Office
    Alto Adams & Federal Courthouse
    Arcade
    Dan McCarty
    Pioneer Doctor
    This is a fundraiser for Main Street Fort Pierce, Inc., a 501© not-for-profit organization. The cost per person is $12. These tours are history tours geared toward an older audience but all ages are welcome. Registration is required and can be done online at www.mainstreetfortpierce.org . Once registered, confirmation will be sent by email. Specific tour details will be emailed just prior to the event with downtown parking maps, guide information and contact numbers. A special thank you to our Sponsors: Fort Pierce Yacht Club, Saint Lucie Historical Society.
    *Tours and/or characters are subject to change

    More Details

Economic Development

  1. Public Meeting - CRA Advisory Committee

    October 5, 2022, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    City of Fort Pierce 
    City Hall 
    100 N US Hwy 1 
    Fort Pierce, FL 34950

    2nd Floor Conference Room 

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  2. Public Meeting - Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency Regular Meeting

    October 11, 2022, 5:05 PM - 6:30 PM
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    City of Fort Pierce 
    City Hall 
    100 N US Hwy 1 
    Fort Pierce, FL 34950

    Commission Chambers 

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