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Non-Profit Events
Below is a list of upcoming non-profit community events. For more information on each event, click on the titles for a downloadable PDF. For information on how you can post your upcoming non-profit event, contact the chamber at 772-287-1088.
May 16, 2017Cordially Invites You to Join Us at Our Spring Invitational Golf Tournament

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Apr 22, 2017Club Scrub's Spring Fling River Paddle III 2017

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Apr 21, 20176th Annual Gulfstream Goodwill Industries Golf Tournament

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Apr 14, 2017Wine Pairing and First Tee Fundraiser

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Apr 7, 2017LEAP Rap Battle

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Apr 7, 2017Place of Hope's 2nd Annual Sea of Hope

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Apr 2, 20172017 GRINDURO 20,40,60 Epic Bike Adventure for Everyone

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Apr 2, 2017Spring Forward for Hunger
The second annual Spring Forward for Hunger will feature the culinary artistry of Chef Mark Muller, one of the most highly regarded chefs on the Treasure Coast.
Muller, who owns Ellie’s Downtown Deli and Catering in Downtown Stuart, will lend his catering talents as well as his allegiance to healthy ingredients to the farm-to-table brunch that features locally sourced foods and benefits Treasure Coast Food Bank.
“The event is something I could really get behind,” said Muller. “For me, the concept is ‘the fresher the better.’ Our specials at the deli are based on what we can get our hands on, so the customer knows whatever they get it’s going to be top-notch.”
Spring Forward for Hunger, which sold out its first event last year, takes place from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sunday, April 2, 2017, at Ground Floor Farm, 100 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Downtown Stuart.
Guests will enjoy complementary mimosas and sangria along with an array of traditional and unconventional brunch dishes created from fresh ingredients provided by Florida farmers. Don’t be surprised to find a couple of crowd favorites from Ellie’s featured at Spring Forward for Hunger, Muller says.
“Our Cran-Apple Crunch Salad is one of our most popular on the board,” Muller said. “We buy our greens locally in Vero Beach or at Ground Floor Farm.”
Other menu highlights include a rosemary and thyme roasted New York strip with brandy button mushrooms and a mint demi glaze as well as a blackened shrimp and asparagus penne alfredo. For those looking for more traditional breakfast fare, there will be house smoked salmon eggs benedict as well as an omelet bar and a biscuit bar.
Muller bought Ellie’s in 2013, but he has overseen kitchens throughout the region, including Sailfish Point, Loblolly Pines, Harborage Yacht Club and at several gourmet restaurants. He’s also well-known for his community outreach, including a summer cooking camp he teaches at the YMCA and as coordinator of the Stuart “Chopped” competition that has become an annual feature of ArtsFest.
Spring Forward for Hunger celebrates Florida’s harvest and emphasizes the benefits of eating local. Through Treasure Coast Food Bank’s recently completed produce processing plant, there will be more nutritious produce available for the community’s vulnerable populations – low-income children, seniors, and others who struggle with hunger.
Tickets for the brunch are $55 and can be purchased online at or by calling 772-489-3034. Sponsorship opportunities also are available. For more information contact Wendie Berardi at 772-446-1796 or email

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Apr 1, 2017It’s Touch-a-Truck Time in Martin County!
STUART - No matter whether you’re 6, 16 or 60, drive a tricycle, hawg or Mercedes …. the sight of bright, shiny, climbable trucks bring smiles to our faces and fun to our day.
On April 1, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., you can once again be a kid or a kid-at-heart at Touch-a-Truck, the annual fundraiser that benefits the Early Learning Coalition of Indian River, Martin and Okeechobee counties to enhance the services provided.
The interactive event allows kids the opportunity to climb on, learn about and discover their favorite big trucks and vehicles including police cars, cement trucks, tow trucks and fire-trucks, among others. Vehicle drivers and operators will be on hand to tell the public about their vehicles and answer any questions.
Trucks currently confirmed to be on site include stripe hogs from Waterblasting Technologies, a bulldozer and front end loader from Mancils; a fire-truck; a police car, a Truly Nolan mouse car; a dump truck and low boy from Ranger Construction, military vehicles, a garbage truck from Waste management and a tug and a fuel truck from Stuart Jet Center just to name a few!
The sponsor list includes Ranger Construction, Waterblasting Technologies, Martin Health System and Geico of the Treasure Coast and Macaroni Kid. Additional sponsorships are available.

The fun takes place at the Martin County Fairgrounds, Dixie Highway, Stuart. Admission is $5 per person and food trucks will be on- site.

For information, contact Lisa Holland of Team Holland at 772-631-6611 or

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Mar 27, 20179th Annual Purse Party

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Mar 25, 2017Relay For Life

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Mar 1, 2017BRA DRIVE MARCH 1-31, 2017

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Open Air Photo Booth Experience
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