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Downtown Walking Tour returns Saturday


Downtown Walking Tour returns Saturday

The Brooksville Business Alliance will host the third Downtown Walking Tour at 10 a.m. Saturday, starting in the parking lot at Easy Street Decor, 100 N Brooksville Ave.

The tour will be led by local author and storyteller Jerry Cowling. Stops include Hernando Park and bandshell, Brooksville City Hall, Hernando County Courthouse, and three building murals sponsored by the Brooksville Mural Society.

There is no cost to participate, but reservations are required by Friday. Call (352) 848-0177.


Vegetable gardening classes scheduled

The Hernando County Cooperative Extension Service will offer "Vegetable Gardening in Hernando County," a two-part class series, from 9 a.m. to noon today and Jan. 21 at the Hernando County Little Rock Cannery, 15487 Citrus Way.

Participants will receive the University of Florida book, Vegetable Gardening in Florida and a membership to the cannery.

The cost is $25. Class size is limited and registration will be taken on a first-paid basis.

Make checks payable to Hernando County Extension Program Account. Stop by or send checks to the Extension Service at 1653 Blaise Drive. For information, call (352) 754-4433.


Christian fest coming to county fairgrounds

A Get Connected 2010 Christian Fest will be noon to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Hernando County Fairgrounds, 6436 S Broad St.

Organizers are Abundant Life Christian Ministries, GNT Youth Ministry and Santacruz Promotions. Produced by GNT Youth Pastor Francisco Miranda and Jeannette Camacho, the Christian contemporary music fest will include worship, song and dance. Food will be available.

Groups performing include Mark 2, My Brothers Sears, Carlos Fines, Providense, Yariel and Omby, Elizabeth Oliveros and the Bona Band, and others.

Tickets are $5 in advance and $8 at the door. Children 12 and younger are free.

For tickets and information, call Youth Pastor Francisco Miranda at (352) 263-9010 or visit

Downtown Walking Tour returns Saturday 01/13/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 8:15pm]
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