Brooksville Main Street brings the magic of Christmas to its downtown with events throughout December that are designed to provide family fun without cost. Each Friday evening, enjoy live performances at the historic courthouse, from 6-7 pm. December 14, 15, 21, and 22, sign up for your magical Christmas… Read More
Join an engaging evening of art, film and refreshments! You are invited to celebrate the unveiling of the beautiful, new Crystal River Mural and then enjoy a screening and panel discussion of the most recent Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation expedition film, “Home Waters” on December 12th in downtown Crystal River!… Read More
December 14, 15, 21, and 22, sign up for your magical Christmas Carriage Ride, leaving from the courthouse and taking visitors down historic streets. Some carriage rides include a period costumed docent explaining the history of the homes along the tour. Others do not. The carriage rides are not free… Read More
One of Citrus County’s favorite holiday traditions, is the Celebration of Lights, featuring Sebastian Hawes’ Spectacular Synchronized Light and Sound Show along with nightly entertainment. It is hosted by Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park and the Friends of Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park. THIS IS A CASH-ONLY EVENT The… Read More
On December 20th from 12 PM to 2 PM, visit the Brooksville Welcome Center for a special engagement with Santa for children who prefer low-stimulation environments. From 2 PM – 5 PM, join Brooksville Main Street at Hernando Park for the Family Christmas Festival featuring Santa Claus, Christmas crafts, live… Read More
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“Mystery Bus Excursion” (for subscribers only)
November 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm$15
Academia Hernando is a not-for-profit lifelong learning organization providing quality learning experiences for adults throughout Hernando County and beyond.
Its goal is to inspire adult learners through a series of weekly lectures on a wide variety of topics.
Academia Hernando will offer another exciting lecture series this fall from 10 a.m. to noon on Fridays, September 16 – November 4 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 2301 Deltona Blvd., Spring Hill.
Academia Hernando Fall 2022 Lecture Series
The first lecture on September 16, 2022 will be “How George Washington Started the Seven Years War” presented by Robert Jacob who will come in period costume and share his knowledge of George Washington.
Other lectures include:
• September 23 – “Jackie Robinson: No. 42, A Reluctant Pioneer” by Rick Kistner
• September 30 – “Women of the Third Reich” by Anette Isaacs
• October 7 – “Edible Florida & Basic Survival Skills” by Don Philpott
• October 14 – “China Under Communism” by Dr. Dave Kelly
• October 21 – “A Musical Tour Around the World” by Joy Katzen-Guthrie
• October 28 – “Agatha Christie, Queen of Murder Mysteries” by nan Colton
• November 4 – “Storytellers of Old Tampa” by Ross Tarr & Wanda Stuart
• November 11 – “Mystery Bus Excursion” (for subscribers only)
The Series Subscription is $80 and includes eight lectures and a “Mystery Bus Excursion”. Tickets to individual lectures are $15. Due to space restrictions, individual tickets may not be available for all lectures. For information, call 352-515-0300 or 352-686-4035 or visit www.academiahernando.org.
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