The St Lucie Historical Society and the Bud Adams – Cobb Cultural Center are located in the upstairs of the PP Cobb Building. The Adams Cultural Center features maps, vintage photos, drawings based on archeological findings, and other interactive materials. Come in and experience the amazing history depicting life on the Indian River. The Cobbs Cultural Center is free of charge but ask for donations.

Open Friday & Saturday starting October 1

10am- 2pm

Any group interested in using the space for meetings, please call  772-462-1795

Click the link to go to the St. Lucie Historical Society website:

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Plythe Freedman holds a MA in Youth Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary. She is a mother of two. Her passion for small businesses and her community has been displayed through her many hours of volunteering and meeting with city officials to assist in promoting Fort Pierce. She is also a former board member of Grace Way Village, a non profit organization that helps clothe and feed disadvantaged children. She is a former member of the Chamber of Commerce and a former Royal Palms member. She served on the RDC advisory board at Suncoast Mental Health Center. And She was appointed by a City Commissioner to serve on the CRA Advisory Committee as the chair. She worked with Frontline For Kids as their public relations specialist and had her own column in the Lincoln Park Main Street Showcase. Plythe's goal is to promote Fort Pierce as a destination for families to visit, live, work and play.

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