• HHPS March Meeting

    Join us for our 2020 1st Quarter Business meeting. We will have an update on the plans for the historic Chinsegut Hill Manor House as well as other projects. Thursday, March 5, 6:30 pm Brooksville City Hall, 201 Howell Avenue,…

  • Florida’s Female Pioneers

    CANCELLED – We Hope to Reschedule Join the HHPS as we welcome historian and author Peggy Macdonald as she examines some of the women who have shaped Florida. Florida’s Female Pioneers: Examining some of the women who have shaped Florida,…

  • Garden Grove Historic Marker

    On Saturday, September 7, 2019, the Historic Hernando Preservation Society dedicated Hernando County’s newest historic marker commemorating the planned community of Garden Grove. Made possible by HHPS Board member Roger Sherman, the marker is located on the east side of…

  • Lee Anne Shoeman Award Winner 2019: Bill Rosst

    William Rosst became a member of Hernando Past in 2010. For almost a decade, he was always willing to help the society as a board member, and later as an ex officio board member. He purchased a computer projector for…

  • No January HHPS Meeting

    Due to the proximity of the first Thursday of the month to the New Year holiday, we will not be meeting in January. We will hold our February meeting as scheduled on Thursday, February 6 at 6:30 pm when we…

  • December HHPS Meeting

    The December meeting date has been changed in order to not conflict with the Main Street Tree Lighting. We will meet Thursday, December 19 at 6:30 pm at City Hall. We will hold elections for our Board and Officers –…

  • The Stone Age in West-Central Florida

    Florida’s first people began living in this area at least 14,500 years ago. They survived by using our local resources, and most importantly they used stone materials like Chert and flint. Chert and flint is a cryptocrystalline siliceous quartz mineral…