The tournament is a scramble (4 man teams), with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The dinner will be held at 6 p.m. at the lodge, 5214 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill. ($10 per each extra dinner guest) Individual registrations are welcome/teams will be assigned. Make checks payable to LOOM (Loyal Order of the Moose). The deadline to register is Sept. 29.
Price:$65 per person, includes green fees, cart rental, range bals, 2 for 1 draft coupon, dinner and cash prizes.
Trees, shrubs, ground covers, orchids, perennials and Florida native plants, plus fruit trees, worm castings for sale from local gardening vendors. Proceeds benefit Hernando County Master Gardener program, and fund school gardening projects in Hernando County. During event, an optional Rain Barrel Class will be held. Pre-registration required. The cost of the class, which begins at 9:30 a.m. is $68. Call (352) 540-6230 to register.
To attend workshop, you must pre-register and send payment to HCUD. Write 'Rain Barrel Workshop Oct. 10' on the envelope. No walk ups permitted.
Price:$68, includes a completed rain barrel (Hernando County Utilities customers receive a one-time $25 credit on their water bill).
Get lost in a life-sized 6-acre labyrinth made of corn. Enjoy hay rides, a veggie cannon, pumpkin rolling, scavenger hunts, farm animals, pig and rubber duck races, a hay playground, farm Jenga, corn hole, crafts and a tree fort.
Price:$9.50, $5 ages 3-11, 2 and younger free.
This is a road house in the truest sense of the term, a clapboard building three miles south of downtown Brooksville on what was formerly the main north-south highway in western Florida, U.S. 41. It has been open since 1970, and boasted a jukebox packed with country music classics even when 45 rpm records allowed for a relatively small selection. Look for the sign perched on the top of the 15-foot-high oak tree, where it was moved about a decade ago when U.S. 41 was widened to four lanes.