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Adventure Coast In the News

Enjoy this digest of October 12 through October 25, 2017 stories curated from various media and online mentions. 

You'll Feel Right At Home In The Most Charming Small Town in Florida  

We think of our small towns as the gems that really make the Sunshine State shine.

10 Great Family Vacations in Florida if You're on a Budget  

Florida may be known for its over-the-top luxurious resorts, but money is not an obstacle when booking an enjoyable holiday along the Sunshine State.

11 Best Restaurants in Florida's Cutest Small Towns  

Florida’s restaurants offer an array of cuisine, from southern comfort cuisine to fresh-off-the-boat seafood.

Florida Gulf Coast's Top 11 Kid Friendly Attractions  

It’s no secret that The Sunshine State, and particularly its Gulf Coast, is known for its outdoor activities and unique wildlife.

Get to Know Nature at Chinsegut's Conservation Center  

When I moved to Brooksville, the Chinsegut Conservation Center was having a class on pine needle basket weaving. I have a lot of pines on my property.

Plenty of food and a lot more at St. Joan of Arc's annual Ethnic Festival  

It's all about the food — an ethnic smorgasbord from countries around the world.

Weeki Wachee Springs marks 70 years of mermaid shows  

Families visiting the Weeki Wachee Springs State Park Saturday were in for a special treat. The state park celebrated its 70th year of mermaids shows.

Chinsegut Hill (27 minute YouTube Channel Video)  

The Real Old Florida returns! This episode features the tranquil and historic Chinsegut  Hill Manor which has played host to many influential figures in American history including Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and many more.

CCA Florida donates five tons of oyster shells for habitat restoration in Hernando County  

Earlier this year, the Coastal Conservation Association Florida (CCA) joined efforts with area restaurants to recycle oyster shells for habitat restoration. 

Event in Review: Hernando UNTAPPED  

October is usually a month where the leaves start to change color, the air gets that crisp fall note, and the earth begins to prepare itself for its winter slumber. But we live in Florida, so none of that applies to us!

Honoring 20 years of books  

The month of October marks the 20th Anniversary of the Little Red Schoolhouse, and they are having a 20 percent off sale to celebrate.

Main Street Eatery  

In the heart of downtown Brooksville, sits the quaint but bustling Main Street Eatery.

Art Club students to create mural depicting women's club history  

Every week approximately 15 students make the trek uphill from Hernando High School through downtown Brooksville to the historic wood framed building which is home to the Historic Brooksville Women’s Club of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC).