Join Main Street Fort Pierce, FPUA and the Riverdawgs for a special October Friday Fest. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we hope everyone will join us and wear PINK at Friday Fest while stopping by the FPUA booths and trucks to learn about energy conservation for Public Utility Week.

Friday Fest is Friday October 14, 2016 5:30 to 9:00 pm at Fort Pierce City Marina Square

Volunteer Group
Real Men Wear Pink
is a distinguished group of community leaders raising awareness and funds for this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. Together they are making a difference to create a world free of the pain and suffering of cancer. The mission behind Real Men Wear Pink is two-fold. The first is to raise awareness of a man’s role in breast cancer. Men can be diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, over 2.600 men will be diagnosed this year. However, men are affected by breast cancer when their wives, mothers, sisters, daughters, or any other woman in their life is affected by breast cancer. The second mission behind Real Men Wear Pink is to put action behind the awareness. Each man participating in this year’s campaign is asked to raise at least $2,500. All the money raised will help fund breast cancer research as well as programs and services here in St. Lucie County to help breast cancer patients.

harbor_smGet your Pink cups at Friday Fest – Sponsored by Harbor Community Bank pink cups will be available for a 1.00 donation for your beverage of choice. All donations collected from the cups will be donated to Real Men Wear Pink and the American Cancer Association.

River Dawgs 2016Meet the Band: Riverdawgs
Wayne Hilliard, Wayne Leonard, Jim Smith, Jeff Hart have come full circle from the late 80’s Lighthouse band, to Route 66, the Jailhouse Rockers of the 90’s and now the Riverdawgs since 2000. With the recent addition of Wayne Hilliard on sax, who spent the last 19 years as St. Anastasia music director until retiring this summer, they have added a new dimension to the band. With music styles ranging from Oldies to Classic Rock, soulful Blues and fun originals, they aim to please the crowds on the treasure coast.

FPUA LOGO 2FPUA Celebrates Public Utility Week

In conjunction with Main Street Fort Pierce’s Friday Fest on October 14, 2016 and in honor of FPUA Public Utility Week, Fort Pierce Utilities Authority will have several vehicles, equipment and personnel available to talk about what we do and how we keep the lights on and keep the gas, water, and wastewater flowing in Fort Pierce. FPUA Public Utility Week honors all the men and women of FPUA that work countless hours ‘To provide customers with economical, reliable, and friendly service in a continuous effort to enhance the quality of life in our community’.
Jeff Brown, from iHeart Media, will also be at the October Friday Fest entertaining the crowd with Top 40 music.
Billy’s Bounce House, has teamed up with Main Street Fort Pierce to provide children’s activities during Friday Fest. The children’s activities include a Giant Slide and a bounce house. Have your face painted by Masquerade Expressions.
Arts & crafts vendors will line up in front of the Indian River in Marina Square.
Make sure you bring your appetite when you come to Friday Fest. The food variety includes Greek, Latin, BBQ ribs & chicken, seafood, Americana, and various snack items.
Admission is always FREE at Friday Fest and there is always plenty of food, music, and activities for all ages! Parking Garage is open and free for your parking convenience!

Fort Pierce City Marina Square
Melody Lane and Avenue A, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Yearly Sponsors of Friday Fest includes:
Garber Buick/GMC of Fort Pierce, iHeart Medias WAVE 92.7 and OLDIES 103.7, Billy’s Bounce House, Coca-Cola, Gotta Go Green, Macaroni Kid, Ocean Chiropractic & Health Centers, Park’s Rental, Southern Eagle Distributing, and St. Lucie News Tribune/