Indian River County Scavenger Hunt

Nov 02, 2022 / indian-admin

Discover what makes Indian River County so unique with our scavenger hunt. Explore our beaches, history, and maybe even find some buried treasure.  Don’t forget to share your findings with us! Let us know when you completed your scavenger hunt by tagging us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter! More

Indian River Historical Ghost Tours

Sep 20, 2022 / indian-admin

Walk Indian Rivers hallowed streets, investigate unexplained phenomena and hear chilling tales from beyond as you decide what’s true or merely a legend. Will you become a believer? Either way, you’ll learn exciting facts about the history of the area while having a frightfully fun time. More

Vero Beach Film Festival Is Back

May 03, 2022 / indian-admin

The Vero Beach Film Festival is back with Films, Food and Fine Wines to celebrate the Fifth Festival, June 9-12, 2022, all around Vero Beach.    Tickets are now on sale on the Film Festival’s new website, vbfilmfest.org.    The weekend event, ranked among the Top 100 Film Festivals in the world and hailed as “The New Summer Sundance,” will continue its mission of pairing talented filmmakers with curious audiences seeking new voices and fresh perspectives.   “We have chosen 75 films from more than 250 that were submitted to us this year, “  said David Yakir, president of the festival board.  “We are especially excited to bring films that played at the Sundance, Tribeca and World Cannes Film Festivals right here to Vero Beach.”  They include: “CALENDAR GIRLS” — Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival :  Florida’s most dedicated dance team for women over 60, shaking up the outdated image of “the little old lady” and calling for everyone to dance their hearts out, while they still can.  “THE TERRITORY” — Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival:  A network of Brazilian farmers seizes a protected area of the Amazon rainforest, while a young Indigenous leader and his mentor must fight back to defend their land.  Executive Producer Darren Aronofsky (“The Swan” and “The Wrestler”). “BLIND AMBITION” — Official selection at the Tribeca Film Festival: Four friends conquer the odds to become South Africa’s top sommeliers, after escaping starvation and tyranny in their homeland of Zimbabwe.   “DELIVERING HOPE” — Winner at the Cannes World Film Festival:  Kevin Kline tries to raise awareness for children battling cancer by becoming the first person to run Alaska’s treacherous Dalton Highway in winter – but it turns out to be much more than he bargained for.   There will be a film that was nominated for an Academy Award: “FEELING THROUGH” — This coming of age story follows a homeless teen, and his encounter with a DeafBlind man who needs help getting home in the middle of the night. More

The Treasure Coast: A Realm of Old-World Riches

Sep 28, 2017 / indian-admin

Aside from being one of the premier vacation destinations in the region, there’s a rich and deeply enthralling story behind the origins of our most “treasured” coast. So, before you book your next vacation, let us regale you with how the area got its name, and how you can become part of pure Floridian history. A Brief HistoryOver three hundred years ago, the “Plate Fleet”—an armada designed to carry silver stores—was returning from the New World to Spain. More

3 Historical & Statistical Facts On Indian River County

Jul 27, 2016 / indian-admin

3 Historical & Statistical Facts On Indian River CountyIndian River County has been one of Florida – and the nation’s – top vacation destinations for many years. The miles of beautiful beaches, air shows, and various types of lodging help to make it a place people and families of all ages, backgrounds, and preferences can come and enjoy. More