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Monthly Events:

Inverness Walks!

Wednesday, September 19th, at 9:00 a.m. will be the next Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown Inverness! These highly entertaining and educational tours are held the third Wednesday morning of each month and since there has been such enthusiasm for them, we are requiring reservations.  
Hear stories of early and present-day Inverness as your guide shows you a small town rich with history. Experience the beautiful lakes, parks, and quaint, walkable downtown and its the historic buildings. Even locals will be amazed by what they learn! Preferred limit no more than 15. 
All proceeds benefit the exhibition, programs, and operations of the Inverness Cultural Heritage Council at the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum. $5.00/per adult, $2.00/per child. For more information and reservations, please contact 352-341-6428.

Music at the Museum

Music at the Museum is a monthly concert series held on the third Thursday evening of each month. Our Summer Series concerts are already underway, and we have one remaining show for the season on September 20th, 2018 with Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, and Neil Diamond. Concerts for all Fall Acoustic and Jazz Season will begin in November, with artists and groups to be announced soon! Acoustic shows are $15/person and jazz and tribute groups are $25/person with appetizers and a cash beverage bar. The shows are lots of fun and a wonderful way to support the Citrus County Historical Society and the Museum. Like us on Facebook to see past events and get updates about upcoming shows.


Special Events:

Water: The Life of Florida! with Documentary Filmmaker Eric Flagg

Eric Flagg will present his talk on water and its importance in Florida at the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum on Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 2:00-3:30 p.m.

Eric Flagg is a professor of Digital Media Technology at Santa Fe College and previously Department Chair of Digital Film at the Art Institute of Jacksonville. In addition to his academic work in the film and video fields, Eric is co-owner of Jellyfish Smack Productions. He was co-directed and produced numerous award-winning films including Gimme Green (2007), Terra Blight (2012), and Following the Ichetucknee (2014). In these films, he combines his love for storytelling, science, and conservation.


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