The BROOKSVILLE MAIN STREET Program is extending a special invitation to all Hernando County Residents to join in Giving Thanks to our many hard working City and County employees for their tremendous efforts getting us all through the impacts of Hurricane Irma. Brooksville Main Street’s monthly Whine About It event will be moved to the third Thursday of November as a special tribute of giving back our gratitude.
Brooksville Main Street will be hosting a Block Party between Broad St. and Liberty St. on S. Main St. and S. Brooksville Ave. Event takes place on Thursday, November 16thfrom 5pm – 8pm.
The community of Hernando County pulled together in such a tremendous fashion during Hurricane Irma recovery efforts; let us all take this opportunity to appreciate one another by celebrating together. Come spend time in our Hernando County’s Historic Downtown setting of Brooksville while enjoying fellowship in our neighborhood businesses. There will be several restaurants and businesses operating special hours this evening to join in on the celebration. Live music, food and beverage sharing with our friends and loved ones makes for a great event.
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.”
To contact the Brooksville Vision Foundation, write to Brooksville Vision Foundation, PO Box 1323, Brooksville, Florida 34605 or call 352-540-6409.