Brooksville, FL (May 8, 2019) We know this is a critical time for our downtown businesses with limited capacity inside their establishments. As of May 8th, you can enjoy a meal, or just enjoy some time outside with your family, with expanded seating at our historic courthouse.
Special thanks to Hernando County Government for helping make this happen so quickly. To Johnny Walker, president of the Hernando County Bike Fest and lead singer of Lawless Intent, as well as their sponsors for providing the tables to our community. To Scootergoods Magazine for use of the trailer for transport, and to our amazing volunteers always ready to help make great things happen.
Thank you for believing in Brooksville, and helping keep the heart of our downtown beating.
Be sure to follow our Brooksville Main Street Facebook page, and visit our website www.HistoricDowntownBrooksville.com to keep up with the very latest!
Brooksville Main Street
Events & Marketing Coordinator
About Brooksville Main Street
Located in the hub of central Florida, 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 a nationally recognized Main Street Community as designated by Main Street America, the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources, and the Florida Department of State.
We are dedicated to the re-imagined vitality, and economic prosperity to our historic downtown Brooksville. Brooksville Main Street is passionate about Brooksville and committed to see it grow and thrive. To learn more, visit us at https://www.historicdowntownbrooksville.com
To contact Brooksville Main Street, write to Natalie Kahler, Executive Director, Brooksville Main Street, PO Box 1323, Brooksville, Florida 34605, call 352-238-6295, or email email@example.com.