Best Art Towns in Florida
Vero Beach, Florida (PRWEB) September 01, 2014
Vero Beach, Florida is one of the most eclectic and vibrant communities in the Sunshine State. Thanks to the endless entertainment and quality performances hosted by the famous Vero Beach theatre – also known as the Riverside Theatre, Baby Boomers are choosing to spend their retirement in this little paradise by the sea and best art town in Florida. Vero Beach homes for sale are in high demand for folks interested in sparkling waters, sandy beaches and a hip, cultural scene. Check out why the Riverside Theatre is so in tune with retirees for 2014!
The Riverside Theatre has a lot to offer residents living in one of the best Florida art towns this fall. The theatre’s calendar is jam-packed full of events over the next few months. Locals looking forward to a good show at the Vero Beach theatre will be entertained by all the hard-working actors. These blossoming performers are excited to show off their talents to the community and is a real treat for Floridians who want to enjoy the festivities. Check out the schedule of upcoming performances:
September 1 : Comedy Zone features two comedic performances at 7:30 p.m and 9:30 p.m.
October 17-19: Storybook Adventures: Halloween in Wonderland, includes three shows each day at 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
October 28- November 16: The Bikinis, a Broadway show, will be featured on the Stark Stage
December 11- 14: The Nutcracker includes three shows each day at 10 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
December 29 : January 4 - You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown includes two shows each day at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The Riverside Theatre is a little piece of history in this Florida beach community. Originally built in 1974, the theatre was created to host 633 occupants at one time and the cost of development was $1M. This was an incredible venue during that decade and it only got better throughout the years! More space and offices were added in the 1990’s. Just before the turn of the millenium, new programs were added to include children’s productions, Actor’s Cabaret and Riverside 2 series. These new programs and the loyalty of the patrons led to a recent $20M renovation which increased seating and the lobby to accommodate more patrons in the Vero Beach theatre.
When the show ends and the curtain closes, it is time to go back to home sweet home. Residents living in one of the best Florida art towns, can look forward to retreating back to one of many spectacular beach and Florida boating communities around the block from the Riverside Theatre. Take a peek at a few nearby gated communities that are closest to the live performances:
THE MOORINGS is the epitome of luxury and comfort for retirees. This Vero Beach waterfront community offers homes facing the Indian River and condominiums overlooking the Intracoastal. A Pete Dye golf course, 58,000 square foot clubhouse and 6,500 square foot fitness center are just a few reasons why retirees are in awe of this community. Nine Fast-Dry tennis courts and a resort-style swimming pool are where most folks spend their day if they are not at the Indian River Lagoon enjoying the view of dolphins, manatees and other wildlife. Before attending the theatre, residents can spend some time at the community library or dine at the luxurious clubhouse overlooking the river in style.
GRAND HARBOR GOLF & BEACH CLUB is the ideal choice for Baby Boomers who have a passion for the theatre and for golf. This Intracoastal Waterway community sits on the west side of the Indian River Lagoon and is the place to be for folks living their Golden Year dreams. Boomers who love the golfing lifestyle can take advantage of the two championship golf courses and the 32,000 square foot golf clubhouse. This gated Florida boat community includes a 144- boat slip marina, private beach, ten Har-Tru tennis courts and Olympic sized swimming pool. Folks can spend a day practicing their swing on the golf course or scoot over to the community's private beach club and end the day attending a broadway show at the Riverside Theatre when they reside at Grand Harbor Golf & Beach Club.
PALM ISLAND PLANTATION is just a hop, a skip and a jump away from the lobby of the Riverside Theatre. The residents of this gated Florida beach community are involved in active lifestyles when they are not at the theatre. Palm Island Plantation features walking trails, a fitness center with heated pool and jacuzzi and a Har-Tru tennis court. The Beach Clubhouse and swimming pool rests on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, and 12 beach cabanas are available for those who want to spend the days soaking up the sun after an intense workout. Add the gorgeous touch of West-Indies atmosphere and variety of property choices, and this place will suit any retiree ready for luxury retirement!
Retirees and families who enjoy the theatre and beach living won't want to miss exploring Vero Beach Florida for relocation.
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