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Events Calendar

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Upcoming Events

CANCELLED Bike Rally & Cruise In
Oct 21 2:00 PM 6:00 PM

Brooksville Bike Rally & Cruise In

Bike Rally & Cruise In

Downtown Brooksville

On Main Street

Every Third Sunday

2p - 6p

January - June 

September - December

Next Date November 18, 2018

Website: https://www.brooksvillebikerallyandcruise-in.com/


2018 Trunk or Treat at First United Methodist Church
Oct 31 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

Family Fun Night 
Trunk or Treat

Download the Flyer


Council Meeting
Nov 5 7:00 PM

Friday Night Live - A Main Street Event
Nov 9 5:30 PM 10:00 PM

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Friday Night Live from 5 - 10 p at the downtown park band shell!
Food Trucks and Full Bar available! Bring your folding chairs!

Next Date Scheduled  DECEMBER 14, 2018


Freedom Fun Run - Jr Service League
Nov 10 8:00 AM

Freedome Fun Run on the Wooded and scenic paths of the Good Neighbor Trail

5K, 10K and 1 Mile Fun Run

Start at:  Russell Street Park, Brooksville Florida 8 AM
Download the Flyer

 


2018 Local Commerce Day Proclamation Print

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L-R Council Members Joe Bernardini, William Kemerer,
Pat Crowley, Greater Brooksville Chamber of Commerce,
Shannon Sokolowski, Chamber Board of Directors,
Marilyn Pearson-Adams Chairman of the Board, Mayor Betty Erhard
Council member Brent Young, Vice Mayor Robert Battista.


City Council Recognizes the third Wednesday in October as 
Support Your Local Chamber of Commerce Day".  

The Great Hernando Chamber of Commerce Supports local 
Businesses, provides training and consumer resources.  To find out
more, visit the Great Hernando Chamber of Commerce Website.

 

 
2018 Proclamation Dyslexia Awareness Month Print

10.15.2018 Dyslexia Proclamation  Danielle Underwood and Pam Everette

 

 

 

 

 

L-R Concil Members Joe Bernardini, William Kemerer,
Danielle Underwood, Pam Everett, Jimmy Ladato, Mayor Erhard,
Coiuncilman Brent Young, Vice Mayor Battiista.

 

City Council Recognizes October as
Dyslexia Awareness - Dyslexia is
is a learning disorder that involves
difficulty reading due to problems identifying
speech sounds. 

 

For more information on Dyslexia
visit the International Dylexia Association Website.

 

 
2018 Trunk or Treat at First United Methodist Church Print

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Family Fun Night at 
The First United Methodist Church
in downtown Brooksville!

Download the Flyer

icon 2018 Trunk-R-Treat flyer First United Methodist Church

Visit their Website

http://www.fumcbrooksville.com/upcoming-events/

 
Public Service Announcement-Parking lot at Water Tower closed beginning September 21, 2018 Print

Please be advised that the public parking lot and site at the City of Brooksville’s Downtown Water Tower property at 101 S. Brooksville Avenue will be closed for approximately 30 days, starting Friday, September 21, 2018. The City of Brooksville will be resurfacing the parking lot and installing bicycle and pedestrian amenities on the property. Thank you for your considerations in this regard.  Please call City Hall at 352-540-3815 with any questions.

See PSA and map here.

 
Proclamation - FLORIDA MANUFACTURING DAY Print

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Prepresentatives from Hernando Chamber of Commerce, Pasco Hernando 
Career Source, Suntech and Mainstreet accepted the Proclamation

City Council Recognizes the importance of manufacturing.
Some of the businesses within the City of Brooksville 
manufacture transmissions, pavers, signs and metal 
products.

 
 


 
Proclamation - Fire Prevention Week Print

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L-R Back Row Council members Bernardini & Kemerer
City of Brooksville Firefighers G. Vanhoose,
 D. Bailey, D. Nicholes, J. Berg 
L-R Front Row Fire Chief Snowberger, Vice Mayor Batista,
Firefighters J. Ballou, T. Lachausse, J. Velez Cuevas and Mayor Erhard.

City Council recognizes the importance of fire safety
and security of business and homes. Increase your
safety by replacing old smoke detectors and 
regularly checking electrical outlets, smoke detetors,

and other areas of your home or business.  

 

For more fire saftey tips, visit 

National Fire Protection Association

 
New Art Exhibit at City Hall Art Gallery Print

"Giving Thanks"
Art at the Brooksville City Hall Art Gallery
Come and enjoy an artful evening with us!

This exciting new exhibit will be on display
October 8, 2018 thru December 1, 2018,
at the Uptown Gallery at the Brooksville City Hall.
The Gallery is open to the public from
8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday.

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Volunteer Positions Available on City Advisory Boards Print

Please see listing of Advisory Board positions here.

 
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