• Adventure Coast in the News July 11, 2018

    Enjoy this digest of June 28 through July 11, 2018 stories curated from various media and online mentions.

    The Thrifty Dog Team Earns an Award from President Trump

    When a young, University of South Florida student, Anthony Loffler, decided that he would be the first USF “puppy raiser” for Southeastern Guide Dogs in Palmetto, he had no idea how much that selfless act would impact him and his family’s life.

    13 Best Cultural Experiences in Florida

    Florida is full of unique cultural experiences, where you can learn something new at a museum, explore an iconic historical landmark and watch a live performance.

    Local eateries – new and rebranded – abound in Hernando County

    Independent restaurateurs aren’t standing by while chain eateries take a bigger bite of the Hernando County dining landscape.

    Un-Common-Ly Arts Market opens in Brooksville July 28

    Un-Common-Ly Artsy is a monthly arts market hosted by Brooksville Main Street that will be held in Historic Downtown Brooksville. It is a fantastic collection of fine artists, crafters, makers and food trucks.

    Weeki Wachee Springs: Florida Travel

    This delightful Florida state park is probably one of the best things we have ever done in my area of Florida (it’s north of the Tampa Bay area), and I can only hope to visit one day soon.

    Live Oak Theatre Company hosts first event in new Brooksville home

    Live Oak Theatre Company recently opened the doors to its new home in Brooksville with a two-week performing arts summer camp for youth.

    Scalloping in Florida’s Nature Coast: Why and How

    July 1 began scallop season for recreational harvesters in Citrus and Hernando Counties. Most of us are recreational harvesters because this simply means we do not fish for a living.

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