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Upcoming Events

2018 Founders Week
Oct 19 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

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2018 Founders Week 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

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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


Helpful Hints Print

Your awareness of all the “little things you do” can make a big difference to the future of Florida’s water systems. Simple things we can all do at work or at home:

  1. Use phosphate free soaps when washing your vehicles, boats and homes, and environmentally safe cleaning solutions on your pets (Google “environment friendly pet shampoo”, “environment friendly car products” and “environment friendly cleaning solutions” for product information and availability).
  2. Don’t let paint, thinner or other contaminates flow into the street, and don’t forget to blow leaves, soils and other yard debris back into your yard, not into the street or walkways.
  3. Do not toss cigarette butts or litter out in the street or curb area- use a receptacle.
  4. Building contractors need to keep excess silts and soils from roadways, keep chemicals from reaching street drains, and recycle as much construction debris as possible.
  5. Restaurants- remember to clean grease traps regularly, recycle your cans, bottles and other recyclables, and use environmentally friendly cleaning solutions (Google “environment friendly cleaning solutions” for product information and availability).

We can all contribute to a safer water supply and a healthy future for our children, grandchildren, and all generations to come.