Have a Good Day Thai has been open for a several months, providing authentic Thai food to Spring Hill and even travelers commuting to and from Tampa.
In hiring a chef, Mr. and Mrs. Nontavatit, owners of the fast casual restaurant felt that they needed to bring in a chef directly from Thailand, to prepare truly authentic Thai cuisine.
The process to get Chef Patinya Areerom to the U.S. was lengthy, but Mr. Areerom brings with him a solid background in Thai culinary arts.
Jr. Lifeguard Camp: learning to save lives
For the past 15 years, Weeki Wachee State Park has been offering Jr. Lifeguard Camp for kids 8-14 years old.
"Lovely"- A Tribute to Women through the Ages
What used to be the nursery in the May Stringer House back in the late 1800’s is now dedicated to the Bill Rosst Special Exhibit Gallery.
“We change out what we had (previously displayed) and we are pertaining to more of the home itself. Our exhibits are going to be, hopefully more around the home interest and things of that nature,” Sharon Balser said. Sharon has been a Docent for the museum for about four years.
Buccaneer Bay opened in 1982 on the Weeki Wachee head waters across from the Mermaid Attraction. The sandy beach that they built the water slide on has been a part of Weeki Wachee since at least the 1940s.
Brooksville Farmers Market
Saturday July 9th, was the first day for downtown Brooksville's Farmers Market.
Stretching a block on Main Street, vendors such as Waste Not What Knots showcased their recycled creations, Susan Leslie Lumsden from The Rebel Quilter displayed beautiful quilt work, Marni Butler from Fox Willows exhibited custom stained glass vintage art. The farmers market also had Barn Cat Country Goods Local Raw Honey provided by Wm & Danielle Ford and fresh vegetables from the Rising Sun Bistro.
Music that bonds a Community
Every Thursday Night, Bill Creel and Joe Solomon set up their gear and bring music to the patrons dining at Rising Sun Bistro in Brooksville.
The Farmer’s Market on Main Street in downtown Brooksville will begin on 07/09/16, according to Parks and Recreation and Facilities Director Mike Walker. The hours of operation will be from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Main Street will be closed in front of the courthouse. Though there are currently only nine vendors, Walker hopes that more will come and states they will be able to accommodate up to 20 vendors in front of the courthouse. As they increase the number of vendors, they will extend the marker further down Main Street.