Whether   we   are   residents   of   Vero   Beach   or   someone   simply   passing   through   on   vacation,   everyone recognizes   what   they   see   in   Vero   Beach   as   a   beautiful   city.   Often   referred   to   as   “The   Hidden   Jewel   of   the Treasure   Coast,”   Vero   Beach   has   not   simply   grown   up   overnight.      What   we   see   in   Vero   Beach   today   is   a magical   mesh   of   Oceanside   serenity   intertwined   with   exquisite   architecture,   plush   landscaping,   inventive cuisine,   a   plethora   of   outdoor   activities   and   bountiful   areas   to   enjoy   culture,   education,   and   history.   This   is due   to   years   of   careful   planning,   dedication,   the   love   and   respect   for   the   community’s   needs   and   what   our forefathers hoped to create for future generations to grow and prosper within.
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“The following videos are from an ongoing Historical Education Documentary Series provided by the Indian River County Historical Society”
In a little town I halted  In the land of fruit and flowers, Nestling by the Indian River, There I spent some happy hours.  ~ Mary E Springer ~
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Time Capsule Item Drop Off Waldo’s Restaurant July 21 & July 22 From 1pm to 4pm
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Whether     we     are     residents     of     Vero     Beach     or someone    simply    passing    through    on    vacation, everyone   recognizes   what   they   see   in   Vero   Beach as   a   beautiful   city.   Often   referred   to   as   “The   Hidden Jewel   of   the   Treasure   Coast,”   Vero   Beach   has   not simply   grown   up   overnight.      What   we   see   in   Vero Beach    today    is    a    magical    mesh    of    Oceanside serenity    intertwined    with    exquisite    architecture, plush   landscaping,   inventive   cuisine,   a   plethora   of outdoor    activities    and    bountiful    areas    to    enjoy culture,   education,   and   history.   This   is   due   to   years of    careful    planning,    dedication,    the    love    and respect   for   the   community’s   needs   and   what   our forefathers   hoped   to   create   for   future   generations to grow and prosper within.
“The following videos are from an ongoing Historical Education Documentary Series provided by the Indian River County Historical Society”
In a little town I halted  In the land of fruit and flowers, Nestling by the Indian River, There I spent some happy hours.  ~ Mary E Springer ~ See Full 1919 Poem
Photo by Lisa Doidge
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See Full 1919 Poem See Full 1919 Poem
Tourism Info: 
Vero Beach YouTube Channel
Time Capsule Item Drop Off Waldo’s Restaurant July 21 & July 22 From 1pm to 4pm