What’s Happening at the Apollo School?
2018 WINTER SPEAKER SERIES:
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2018 – WILLIAM F. “RICK” CRARY
Lights, Camera, Action! When Hobe Sound was Picture City
Mr. Crary is a local attorney, historian and author of A Treasure We Call Home. He will share his research on the legendary
Lewis J. Selznick’s dream of Hollywood East and stories from his family’s three generations in Martin County.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 – TIM LUKE
Have Gavel, Will Travel!
A Hobe Sound resident, Mr. Luke co-owns his own appraisal, auction and events business. As a nationally known master appraiser, auctioneer and author, he has appeared on the HGTV show, Cash in the Attic, as well as the ever-popular Antiques Roadshow. He will share tales from his experiences in the exciting world of art and collectibles.
THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018 – NATHANIEL P. REED
Travels on the Green Highway
Mr. Reed has dedicated most of his life to environmental issues and the protection of South Florida’s valuable ecosystems. He recently authored Travels on the Green Highway, An Environmentalist’s Journal, which documents a remarkable era when Mr. Reed played a role in laying the groundwork of the nation’s environmental foundation.
THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2018 – SUZANNE DIAMOND MARTIN
Growing Up in Hobe Sound
An authentic Florida native, Sue was born in Stuart – at Martin Memorial Hospital – and has been enjoying small-town experiences and sharing memories for nearly seven decades. Living across the street from what is now known as Apollo School, and growing up in the company of her parents, owners of Diamond Transfer and Garage, and siblings, Sue has a unique perspective of the community of Hobe Sound and its generations of residents.
Speeches will be given from 7-8 p.m. at the Apollo School, 9141 S.E. Apollo Street, Hobe Sound.
Light refreshments will be served.
Cost - $10 per person per event. Seating is limited.