• 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…

  • November Business Meeting

    THURSDAY:  November 7, 2019 @ 6:30 P.M. (TOMORROW)Brooksville City Hall Agenda Items– Nominations for Officers/Board Members for 2020- Membership Renewals for 2020 – LeeAnne Shoeman Award Nominations – Arts Council Grant– Upcoming speakers *The Smithsonian Hometown Teams Exhibit is closed.

  • October Special Event Reception

    The HHPS will be hosting a Members Only reception in lieu of our regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, October 3. The reception will be held at the Mining Enrichment Center where we are hosting the Hometown Teams Smithsonian Exhibit and…

  • HHPS September Guest Speaker

    The HHPS is pleased to welcome the new Executive Director of the Brooksville Main Street, Natalie Kahler as our September Guest Speaker. Ms. Kahler will discuss the Main Street program programs and events as well as plans to celebrate the…

  • Volunteers Needed

    Remember your Little League days? Or sweaty days on the football field?The HHPS is hosting a Smithsonian exhibit this fall in Brooksville about how home team sports have shaped communities and is seeking docents. You don’t need to be a…

  • HHPS August Meeting

    The HHPS will have its monthly meeting on August 1st in the City Hall Council Chambers. We will be discussing the coordination of the Garden Grove Historic Marker dedication and the installation of the Smithsonian Institution Museum on Main Street…

  • Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America

    The Historic Hernando Preservation Society is pleased to bring a Smithsonian Institution Museum on Main Street Exhibit to Hernando County through a grant from the Florida Humanities Council. The event runs September 28 to November 9, 2019 at the Hernando…