The BROOKSVILLE MAIN STREET Promotion Committee is seeking groups of carolers for the 2018 “25 Days of Christmas” program.
Downtown Brooksville’s exciting Christmas tree lighting will be at 7PM on December 6th.
The MAIN STREET program’s vision is to keep the excitement and anticipation of Christmas continuing. One way to assist in accomplishing this is with seasonal music from area churches and other groups in the downtown area each evening from December 1st through Christmas Eve, December 24th. What a fantastic outreach opportunity this is!
Brooksville Main Street cordially invites music organizations to participate by scheduling a performance for up to an hour between 6PM – 7PM on one of the available evenings on the courthouse steps next to the lighted Christmas tree. The Christmas tree’s synchronized music and light show will automatically start at 7PM each evening.
“All those dates are available on a first-come-first-served basis,” said Stan Putnam, who is organizing the caroler program. “We already have some church groups lined up; December 11th, which will feature the Nature Coast Brass and Grace Tabernacle Baptist Church on December 15th,” he added. At this writing, December 13th & 20th are covered by Faith Presbyterian Church.
Other performances are welcomed as well, such as, but not limited to, caroling around the downtown area, etc. Your creative ideas are welcome.
Those who are interested should contact Stan Putnam at 727-215-1222 between the hours of 10AM & 3PM Monday through Saturday (Text messages preferred), or email me at StantonNOW@hotmail.com to discuss scheduling your performance.
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.