Over 115 artisans participate in the 34th annual juried show featuring fine art, fine craft, and craft artist vendors, with live entertainment throughout the day. The Student Art Pavilion features a county-wide exhibit of student art and a Kid’s Art Zone. You’ll enjoy food, children’s activities, an Art Boutique and… Read More
The Great Skunk Ape & Ghost Hunt. In the Park. In the Dark. A historical tour with a twist! Upcoming dates are Saturday nights starting at sunset 2/3, 2/17, 2/24, 3/10. To register $25 – see link at www.mayorandprincess.com Learn about the history of the area while seeking ghosts and… Read More
The 2018 Sunwest Crab & Shrimp Festival includes free bounce houses, free crab races, free photo booths, open play cornhole, a crab claw eating contest, tons of food, carnival rides and live bands all day. Saturday will feature classic rock bands with a Tom Petty Tribute at 6:30pm from The… Read More
Cindy’s Pets will be holding a family and pet friendly Strawberry Festival as their annual fundraiser in downtown New Port Richey Saturday, February 17, 2018 – 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Visitors can enjoy fresh strawberry shortcake, get their face painted, shop for arts and crafts and participate in our… Read More
Come on out to FLORIDA RANCH DAYS, Feb. 10th and 11th. See Little Everglades Ranch at its best! This is your opportunity to experience this amazingly beautiful ranch firsthand. Florida Ranch Days is 2 action packed days with something for everyone and admission is free. Live music… Read More
The Legendary Blue Notes with Bernard Fullen, Jr. are a Grammy nominated American R&B/Soul vocal group, originally out of Philadelphia who realized many top hits in the 1970’s. The group’s repertoire include R&B, Soul and Doo-wop. “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” and “The Love I Lost” remain popular… Read More
The family-friendly Brooksville Native American Festival will feature a full roster of non-stop entertainment acts both Saturday and Sunday that include music, dance, and primitive skills demonstrations. Learn to build fire the primitive way. Listen to traditional native music. Watch ancient traditional Aztec dances. Visit a real teepee. Shop for… Read More
The Machine is Back! Join THE FOX and CITRUS 95 in kicking off 2018 with the return of THE MACHINE out of New York. This is America’s top PINK FLOYD Show! Enjoy great classic rock, food, and ice cold beer/wine for only $20 in a beautiful, heated open air pavilion. Read More
The Annual Kumquat Festival Car Show is sponsored by O’Reilly Auto Parts this year. Put on by Ronnie Setser’s Custom Cars, this car show is one of the best, featuring an amazing variety of classic cars, bikes and trucks in the large parking lot of the downtown Dade City Armory. Read More
Over 400 vendors and 30 sponsors fill historic downtown Dade City. Here, visitors can enjoy all kinds of tasty kumquat treats, from kumquat pie to kumquat cookies, smoothies, ice cream, marmalade, and even kumquat salsa. Dade City’s Annual Kumquat Festival®, held the last Saturday in January each year,… Read More
Camps open: 9:00am with the Presentation of Colors. This huge event portrays the 1846 raid of federal troops into the interior as the union forces attempted to destroy a confederate salt works. Cannons are fired. Horses are ridden into battle, and meals are eaten in the largest Civil War reenactment… Read More
Run-walk-stroll the beautiful James E. Grey Preserve. This is trail and boardwalk surface we will start together and as everyone finishes the 5K route we will award medals and special awards for the first Female and Male to cross the finish line. There may even be confetti :). This is… Read More
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Fall RoundUp at Sweetfields Farm
October 9, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Monday, repeating until October 30, 2017
An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Monday and Thursday, repeating until October 27, 2017
It’s Fall Festival time! Hurricane Irma took away the maze, but there’s a Fall-tastic schedule for you! Enjoy all-new activities as well as some old favorites — The Hay Ride, Hay Maze, Hay Play Area, Visit the Farm Animals, Pig races, Pitcher Pump Duck Race, Spider Maze, Tree House Play Area, Story Teller,The Tumble Weed Rollers, The Free Craft of the Season and more. Shop at the fresh produce and the U-Pick area! Sturdy shoes are suggested (no open toe shoes, sandals or flipflops) along with sunscreen and a hat. Don’t forget your camera! Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. (Note: no credit cards or checks accepted; no ATM on site). Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
What to bring extra cash for:
Veggie Launcher, Pumpkin Painting, Pumpkin Sling, Food, Drinks, U-Pick or Gathered Produce and Pumpkins, Peddle Cars, Pony Rides and the Face Painter (weekends only).
Event Type: Arts and Entertainment,Family,Festival,Outdoors,Sports
Cost: Age 12 and up, $9.50; age 3 to 11, $5.00; age 2 and under, free. Last admission: 1:00pm.
Contact Name: Lisa
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 352-279-0977