Brooksville, Florida (September 27, 2016) – The City of Brooksville, in collaboration with the Brooksville Main Street Program, will celebrate 160 years during its weeklong Founders’ Week celebration from October 8 through October 15. Founders’ Week will open with celebrations from 9 am to 3 pm during the Market on Main Street, October 8, and conclude with celebrations on October 15 from 9 am to 1 pm. The weeklong event will feature a wide variety of activities each day of the week.
The City of Brooksville’s Founders’ Week celebration will conclude on October 15, 2016, with a car show at historic downtown Brooksville on Main Street and Ft. Dade Avenues.
The entry fee is $10 per car, which will enter the participant’s vehicle into individual categories including: Best of Show, Queen of Show, King of Show, Kids’ Choice, Club Participation, Best Jeep, Best Mudtruck, Classic Car, Best Show Truck, Extreme Import, Custom Import and Muscle Car.
Additional categories are $5 each and they include: Best Paint, Best Wheels, Best Engine, and Best Interior
Cars who decorate their trunks for Halloween, who dress up and have candy present for our “Trunk-Or-Treat” for the kids, will receive free entry into the main show category.
For more information contact Desiree Fratianni at DFratianni@CityOfBrooksville.us or call 352-540-3835.
For more details go to Founders Week Fall Celebration on Facebook or contact DFratianni@CityofBrooksville.us or call 352-540-3830.
About the City of Brooksville
The City of Brooksville, founded in 1856, is very rich with history. We are a small hometown, family oriented community. We welcome all to come and experience historic homes, hilltop vistas, gorgeous old oaks and 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.
“Dedicated to the re-imagined vitality, and economic prosperity of one of Old Florida’s most iconic small towns.”