VERO BEACH — The Emerson Center at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship presents the Emerson Center Humanities Series; all presentations are at 7 p.m. Six interesting programs are presented in partnership with the Florida Humanities Council, with Florida topics presented in speech, video, and play formats. Free Admission. No Tickets Required.
Information: Call (772) 778-5249 or visit www.TheEmersonCenter.org.
Fredric M. Hitt – Bring ’em Back Alive: An Up-close Look at the First Floridians. Author Fredric M. Hitt shares the same love of the St. Johns River as the earlier inhabitants from over three hundred years ago. Hitt was twice presented the Patrick Smith Award for best fiction.
Frank and Lisa Thomas – Florida Cracker Humor and History through Song. Frank and Lisa Thomas enjoy the rich tradition of passing on Florida history through story telling in song. (Holiday refreshments follow presentation).