2nd Annual Party at the Pineapple Plantation
The Indian River County Historical Society is happy to announce an upcoming event to be held on October 1, 2016 at 11:00 - 3:00. This event will be held at the Hallstrom House at 1723 Old Dixie Hwy SW and will include a Blue Grass band, barbeque dinners, pineapple sampling, and educational booths. We also will have a variety of crafts booths. We look forward to everyone coming out and enjoying the variety of activities which will be featured.
If interested in being a vendor at this great event that will benefit the Indian River County Historical Society, please fill out the application form below.
If you have any questions, please contact Janice Sellers at 772-778-3435. Hope to see everybody there.
2nd Annual Party at the Pineapple Plantation
The Hallstrom House is a historical farmstead and provides a beautiful setting for this event.
Its massive green space is a perfect location to showcase your crafts, specialty items, and wares.
The event includes a Blue Grass band, Barbeque dinners, pineapple sampling, and education booths.
Event: Saturday, October 1, 2016 ~ 11:00 ~ 3:00
Location: The Hallstrom House/ Homestead 1723 SW Old Dixie Highway Vero Beach, FL
10 x 10 Space $50 (Includes one meal / drink ticket)
No electric available No pets on property
Setup: 9:00 - 10:30 am Parking and loading area provided
Staff available on site for any questions and/or concerns. We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you there..
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Limited space available - Reserve now. Please make checks payable to the
Indian River County Historical Society and mail to P. O. Box 2192, Vero Beach, Florida 32961
If you have any question, please call Janice Sellers @772-778-3435
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Florida Heritage Marker Dedication
The Indian River County Historical Society would like to thank everyone for coming out for the Florida Heritage Marker Dedication at City Hall. This dedication commemorates the "Mid-Century Modern" history of the 1st City Hall.
Debbie Mayfield, Representative, District 54 presented the Indian River County Historical Society with "A Tribute" thanking the Board of Directors and volunteers for their contributions in preserving the history of Indian River County and the State of Florida.
The Indian River County Historical Society, Inc., established in 1983, is a private, non-profit, 501c3, organized to save, preserve, and restore the historical and environmental resources of Indian River County. In order to accomplish this, the Society works with state and local governments, organizations, foundations, and citizens to raise monies for historical preservation projects and educational programs.
For further information on upcoming events, please call 772-778-3435 and speak to Janice Sellers.
Membership Information for the Indian River County Historical Society:
The Indian River County Historical Society, Inc. established in 1983, is a private non-profit organization with a simple mission statement - to save, preserve and restore the historical and environmental resources of Indian River County. In order to accomplish this, the Society works with local and state governments, organizations, foundations and citizens to raise monies for historical preservation projects and educational programs.
We would love for you to join us. Please see memberships fess below:
Individual -- $25.00 $100.00 $ 500.00
Family -- $35.00 $250.00 $1,000.00
If interested in helping us preserve History for future generations to enjoy, please contact our office at
772-778-3435 or go to the donate icon and indicate which membership applies. Thank you once again for your support!!!
Do you have 2 hours per week to spend with others sharing your skills to benefit the community through our historical programs? The properties of the Indian River County Historical Society, Inc. are running in full swing. Our current volunteers are busy manning the phones, giving tours, updating membership lists, preserving documents and photographs, researching and preparing mailings.
We are now accepting applications for Docent Training at the Hallstrom House - volunteer hours (4) four hours a week If interestested, please call:
We would love to add you to our family of volunteers.