The Sound of Music, in collaboration with The Law Office of Paul H Nessler Jr, P.A., Karen E. Leonardo, Attorney at Law, will be performed by the Live Oak Theatre Mainstage from March 17 through April 2. The Sound of Music is a musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by… Read More
Nine days of food, fun, and entertainment with many events including a Street Parade, Boat Parade, Car Show, 5K run, Carnival, and a different genre of music every night! Come celebrate 101 years of the Chasco Fiesta. The Theme for 2023 is ” Celebrating Champions of Tampa Bay.” Chasco Fiesta… Read More
For nearly a year, the Gulf Archaeology Research Institute team has been excavating the grounds around Chinsegut Hill layer by layer to offer us a glimpse into the lives of indigenous peoples, enslaved people, and early settlers. Archaeologist Gary Ellis has more than 40 years of experience and has contributed… Read More
Proud owners of historic homes in the Olive/ Irene historic neighborhood of Brooksville will open their doors for a fund-raising event to benefit the Historic Hernando Preservation Society for one day only. The tour will showcase six private homes dating from the 1880s to the 1920s. Don’t miss this opportunity… Read More
Singin’ in the Rain, Jr., in collaboration with Mark and Sharon Taylor, will be performed from May 5 through May 21. The “Greatest Movie Musical of All Time” is faithfully and lovingly adapted by Broadway legends Betty Comden and Adolph Green, from their original award-winning screenplay in Singin’ in the Rain JR. Hilarious… Read More
Academia Hernando is a not-for-profit lifelong learning organization providing quality learning experiences for adults throughout Hernando County and beyond.
Its goal is to inspire adult learners through a series of weekly lectures on a wide variety of topics.
Academia Hernando will offer another exciting lecture series this fall from 10 a.m. to noon on Fridays, September 16 – November 4 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 2301 Deltona Blvd., Spring Hill.
Academia Hernando Fall 2022 Lecture Series
The first lecture on September 16, 2022 will be “How George Washington Started the Seven Years War” presented by Robert Jacob who will come in period costume and share his knowledge of George Washington.
Other lectures include:
• September 23 – “Jackie Robinson: No. 42, A Reluctant Pioneer” by Rick Kistner • September 30 – “Women of the Third Reich” by Anette Isaacs • October 7 – “Edible Florida & Basic Survival Skills” by Don Philpott • October 14 – “China Under Communism” by Dr. Dave Kelly • October 21 – “A Musical Tour Around the World” by Joy Katzen-Guthrie • October 28 – “Agatha Christie, Queen of Murder Mysteries” by nan Colton • November 4 – “Storytellers of Old Tampa” by Ross Tarr & Wanda Stuart • November 11 – “Mystery Bus Excursion” (for subscribers only)
The Series Subscription is $80 and includes eight lectures and a “Mystery Bus Excursion”. Tickets to individual lectures are $15. Due to space restrictions, individual tickets may not be available for all lectures. For information, call 352-515-0300 or 352-686-4035 or visit www.academiahernando.org.