Brooksville’s Founders Week Schedule of Events Oct. 8-15
This year’s City of Brooksville’s Founders’ Week in collaboration with Brooksville Main Street will also feature a wide variety of events, tours and celebrations all week long.
In addition to the opening and closing celebrations on October 8 and 15, several businesses and facilities will provide various types of entertainment and activities.
For example, the Brooksville Women’s Club at 131 South Main Street, Brooksville, will conduct a Victorian tea from 11 am to 3 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, October 12, 13 and 14.
The May Stringer House Museum will conduct tours on October 10, 13, 14 and 15 from 12 pm to 3 pm for only $5.
SunTrust will provide punch and cookies during business hours throughout the week.
Friday will be especially filled with fun things to do:
- The Rising Sun Bistro & Market at 10 South Main Street, Brooksville, will provide complimentary coffee and muffins from 7 am to noon
- At 5:30 pm there will be an art gallery reception at City Hall
- At 7:45 pm the “Movie on Main Street” will be Zootopia; bring the family
- And, from 6 to 9 pm the Rising Sun Bistro will feature music by Dave Shepard
For more details check out Founders Week Fall Celebration on Facebook or contact [email protected] or call 352-540-3830.
About the City Of Brooksville
City of Brooksville, founded in 1856, is rich with history. We are a small home town, family oriented community. We welcome all to come and experience historic homes, hill top vistas, gorgeous old oaks, & local color!
About the Brooksville Main Street Project
Powered by the Brooksville Vision Foundation, the Brooksville Main Street program aims to bring economic growth, vitality, and historic preservation to one of Old Florida’s most iconic small towns. Brooksville Main Street is an official “Florida Main Street Community” as designated by the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources, and the Florida Department of State.
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