What's Happening at the Historic Apollo School

Please check out below what is happening at the Historic Apollo School:

Ongoing Events






Historic Apollo School's Little Lending Library -- even though our doors aren't open right now and we can't get together, we would like to help you ease the tedium of the "staying-in-place" phase of the Coronavirus pandemic by inviting you to stop by the school and take advantage of our Little Lending Library, which is located on the Historic Apollo School site, 9141 S.E. Apollo Street in Hobe Sound.  It is outside and several feet away from the eastern side of the building, where it is easy to practice social distancing.  During this time, please take some books (no need to leave any) and after you are done, share them with family and friends.  



 Picture City Culture Club -- (affectionately abbreviated to PC3) is active even during the pandemic.  During this time of masking and social distancing, enthusiastic readers and participants meet every other month (next meeting is Saturday, July 10, 2021 at 9 a.m.) under or near the big Ficus tree at the back of the Apollo School property.  Everyone is invited to participate in this enhanced book club.  If you're interested in attending, or just want additional information, please contact us at ApolloSchoolFoundation@aol.com.  

Our next book selection is, "Clean," by James Hamblin. "Clean" was published in 2020, and used copies can be found online for approximately $13.00.  New copies range in price from $17-28.00.  Unfortunately, the Martin County library does not carry this book.


 "Historically Speaking" - an oral histories project is underway and ongoing to capture the memories of short-and long-time residents.  If you or anyone you know would like to share your stories and memories of living in Hobe Sound, please let us know at:  ApolloSchoolFoundation@aol.com.