Vero Beach’s love of art and gardens comes together at the Vero Beach Garden Club’s annual “Art in Bloom” luncheon at the Vero Museum of Art on March 12. Premier florists Greg Campbell and Erick New, owners of Garden District floral shop in Memphis, Tenn., will give back-to-back demonstrations during two lunch seatings.
3001 Riverside Park Drive; 772.231.0707; vbmuseum.org
Kristin-Lee Moolman received the Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers, a collaboration inaugurated in 2012 by art collector Beth Rudin DeWoody and the Norton Museum of Art. The South African native was nominated by Cindy Sherman, per the biennial, $20,000 prize’s panel of judges who are international artists. Her work is on view in a group show with other nominees through May 31.
1450 South Dixie Highway; 561.268.0500; norton.org
Better Block Party
West Palm Beach’s South End Neighborhood Association knows how to throw a block party. Instead of typical grills and lawn chairs, its “Fiesta on Flagler” on March 13 rounds up tasty restaurants like Table 26 and Field of Greens for Latin American fare, cocktails and live music. Proceeds support Family Promise North/Central Palm Beach County for the homeless. Reserve here.
4601 South Flagler Drive; familypromisencpbc.org
Stuart locals who graduated from Yale and Wesleyan universities in Connecticut are happy to see a new pizzeria specializing in New Haven-style pies like those in their alma maters’ hometown. Fantini’s Apizza also imports New Haven’s term for pizza, along with coal-charred crusts and specific toppings, inspired by Italian immigrants who created a regional version of the Neapolitan classic.
1560 NW Federal Highway; 772.692.9980; fantinisapizza.com