Out and About

WOMEN INSPIRING WOMEN AT THIRD ANNUAL PURPLE GOWN PARTY AND FUNDRAISER AT SILVERTHORN COUNTRY CLUB

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2018
6:30 PM TO 10 PM

Fundraiser to benefit 18-year-old Brianna Goble, a young teenager in our Hernando County community that was a victim of Gun Violence in October.

She survived the attack but recently found out that she will have to undergo surgery to repair her neck and restore her mouth. Your support will help greatly to assist the family during this time.
The event includes dinner at $4

Out and About with Dad on Father's Day

Father's Skate Free
The Locomo Skate-Dance-Party

Sun June 17, 1 pm-4:30 pm
Celebrate Father's Day at The Locomo for FREE! Dad's skate free with 1 paid admission! Includes regular skates
Bring the family to make a Father's Day memory with everyone! $5.50 admission not including regular skates for all customers who are skating, except DADS! 10451 County Line Rd, Spring Hill, FL 34609

Tampa Bay Grand Prix. Buy 2 and get one free on Fathers’ Day Weekend! 3304 Cragmont Dr,Tampa, FL 33619

Recreational Scalloping Seminar

THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2018
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

*Seminar will take place in Building B Conference Room

Join us for our second annual recreational scalloping seminar. Attendees will be able to try their hand at scallop Gyotaku (while supplies last) and learn about scallop biology, changes to the upcoming seasons in Pasco and Hernando County, and boating safety.

Speakers:

- Dr. Stephen Geiger, Research Scientist with FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Scouting the bucks of summer

I think about deer and turkey hunting during all parts of the year. Even when I can’t hunt them, you can find me out I the woods studying the herd and learning all that I can.  For me, Summer is not the time for beaches and margaritas, it’s the time to begin thinking about early season scouting.  The antlers on this year’s crop of bucks are about ninety percent grown and now is the time to begin inventorying your herd for the upcoming season.

Discover Orlando’s Pioneers by moonlight

Curious to experience a cemetery after dusk when the gates are locked and closed? Now you can.

Greenwood Cemetery in the City of Orlando holds monthly moonlight walking tours that take you on a historical stroll through the cemetery. The walk is approximately four miles within the 120-acre cemetery and visits about 100 graves of notable individuals in Orlando’s history.

Established in 1880, Greenwood Cemetery offers scenic views during the day and glimpses of historical dignitaries, but exploring it in the dark by the light of the moon is a totally different experience.