Play a leading role in your community and advertise your business at the same time. Now is the chance for local Businesses or Individuals to sponsor various displays in our Treasure Coast Garden of Lights presented by Bud and Dot Adams during the month of December. The Illumination will be the most innovative on the Treasure Coast and will be expanded year by year.
Apparently “Heathcote the Bear” is anxious for the Garden of Lights to begin. He arrived this week, 3 months earlier than expected. Wouldn’t your business like to adopt him for the event? Call Robin at 772-464-4672 for details.
Photographer John O’Connor has just finished a panoramic photo session at Heathcote Botanical Gardens. Get a Virtual View of the garden and enjoy his most interesting work at the following website http://fpvt.net/HBG
On Monday July 20, 2015 Robin Goldman of Heathcote Botanical Gardens gave a presentation to Mayor Hudson and the City Commissioners of Fort Pierce, Florida on the upcoming Treasure Coast Garden of Lights presented by Bud and Dot Adams. Heathcote Botanical Gardens in Fort Pierce will be hosting this event on weekends from Thanksgiving through New Year’s. The Commissioners and Mayor Hudson gave their enthusiastic support for this event both publicly and privately. Volunteers are continuing their preparations to display the hundreds of Light Flowers in the Garden as well as other lighting effects. The Illumination will be the most innovative on the Treasure Coast and will be expanded year by year. Assisting Robin for the evening were volunteers Tom and Judy Salmon.
To view the recorded meeting click on the following link http://fortpiercefl.swagit.com/play/07202015-727/#30: when the page opens, find in the right hand section “11 a. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS & REQUESTS”, then click on the green video icon to the left of “Presentation “Garden of Lights” by Robin Goldman, Fundraiser/Event Coordinator with Heathcote Botanical Gardens”.
In collaboration with the Arts & Cultural Alliance St. Lucie County
Enjoy stepping back in time into our Pioneer House while learning a bit about our Indian River Lagoon.This is Your Lagoon invites you to cross the bridge of science and art. Over the course of the next year we will feature photography and science exploration, as it relates to the Indian River Lagoon. The focus is on the past in our current exhibit, “Where we were…” Enjoy black and white photos from our local families donated for the process from our St Lucie County Historical Society. Learn about the expanse of our lagoon, waterways and the importance of our history from agriculture to fishing and travel along the River. Enjoy stories from historians and history exhibits at the new Adams Cobb Cultural Center Hurricane Exhibit and St. Lucie County Regional History Center.
Watch for the progression of exhibits to “Where we are now…and Where we are going…”This collaboration will bring in noted scientists from FAU-Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute and Smithsonian Marine Station at Ft. Pierce. Local photographers in residence follow scientists to create a visual journey. Experience stepping into the works of renowned scientists right in your own backyard!
For further information call Heathcote Botanical Gardens 210 Savannah Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982 (772) 464-4672 The exhibit is located in our pioneer house and our hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 9AM – 5PM
We have again partnered with all your favorite local artists to bring you Art in the Garden in September. We again need donations of clean, undamaged terra cotta plant pots of any size, which the artists will turn into beautiful pieces for your home and garden, as well as any unused ornamental garden pieces, even if they have seen better days! Please drop these off to the Gardens (Gift Shop area) in the next few weeks. Many thanks!
Save The Date Art For the Garden September 19, 2015 5pm-8pm at The Art House Gallery, 108 N 2nd Street, Fort Pierce, FL 34950