Get ready to experience a tantalizing blend of nostalgia and comedy that’s sure to tickle your funny bone and leave you howling for more as Lewis & Young brings you bring you not one, not two, but three frightfully funny “Old Time Radio Shows” live (or perhaps, undead) on stage. Read More
Join the second annual Multicultural Parade & Festival in downtown Brooksville, done in partnership with Hernando Hispanic Heritage! The fun begins at 11 AM with the parade and the festival starts directly after. Live music, foods of the world, and the new series of Mobile Murals will all… Read More
Join us for a day of family-friendly carnival fun! Featuring strolling acrobats, free face painting, food trucks, a pumpkin design competition, and tons of carnival games provided by local Citrus County businesses, this event embodies Inverness’s motto of “Small Town Done Right.” Date: October 8th – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read More
Back by popular demand, the Comedy Magic and Illusions Show is making a triumphant return to the Valerie Theatre for a special Cootertober edition. Professional magician Cesar Domico will leave you awestruck with objects appearing and disappearing before your very eyes. Prepare to be dazzled as Cesar weaves comedy, illusions,… Read More
Get ready to rock as Cootertober presents Zoso live at Liberty Park on October 14th! Since the mid 1990’s, Zoso has performed over 4,500 shows recreating the sound and feel of a live Led Zeppelin concert. Rolling Stone Magazine has called Zoso the… Read More
Camping with the Blues was envisioned by Greg Herndon, a former member of the Sertoma Youth Ranch Board of Directors, to create a blues music festival at this amazing venue to help fund and keep operational this campground for our youth to enjoy. Set in the rolling hills of… Read More
What’s Cooterpocalypse without a Zombie Prom? Join us for an evening of dancing, socializing, and zombifying with this traditional prom concept at the Depot at Liberty Park. Featuring DJ Trae for entertainment, a zombie-makeup station, a zombie selfie spot, food trucks, and more, this event is sure to be so… Read More
Join Heather LeBlanc from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Wildlife Assistance Program. From bears and coyotes to snakes and raccoons, we’ll discuss different species of local wildlife, ways to find sustainable resolutions to conflict, and strategies to coexist with native wildlife.
Dr. Savanna Barry will cover background information about the designation of the Nature Coast Aquatic Preserve and how Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the University of Florida collaborated with community stakeholders to draft the management plan. She will also relate information about the ongoing monitoring programs focused on water quality and seagrasses, and will […]
Speaker Shari Blissett-Clark dispels the myths and misconceptions that surround bats and reveals the fascinating facts. Bats provide important environmental services that factor heavily into medical research, preventive medicine, agriculture, and habitat health. Discussion will include the conservation status of Florida's bats and simple steps that anyone can take to help these beneficial mammals thrive […]
In her presentation, Audubon Florida staff member Holley Short will discuss monitoring, management, and stewardship of imperiled shorebirds and seabirds in the Tampa Bay region on both beaches and rooftops. All are welcome at this free meeting. Contact Bev: firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-686-0460.
In recent years Chuck and Nancy Bell have traveled to remote spots around the world as they photographed birds and mammals whose populations have been dramatically reduced. They will speak about their travels and display their stunning photos of these endangered species. There is no charge, and all are welcome. Contact Bev: email@example.com or 352-686-0460.
Bring a side dish to share and your own place setting. After dinner, members will show photos of their favorite birds that they saw this year. The meeting will be held at Brooksville Woman’s Club, 131 S. Main Street, Brooksville. For more information, contact Bev: firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-686-0460.