The event, in memory of Roscoe Canady, will feature live entertainment, arts and crafts, workshops, a car show, food vendors and more. Camping available. Bring a chair (no high back or rocking chairs). Entertainment Feb. 21, 22 and 26 is free to those who have purchased a ticket for the main event (Feb. 23, 24 and 25). For camping information or tickets, call or visit the website.
Price:$25-30 daily, 65 weekend, children ages 12 and younger free with paid adult; camping extra.
Held in room 120 at the hospital's Medical Arts Building. Designed for the professional health care provider and meets the guidelines of the American Heart Association. Non-healthcare professionals welcome. A portion of the proceeds benefit the enrichment center. To RSVP, call Bob Kanner.
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.