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Searson & the Elders concert

Searson & the Elders concert

Citrus County, FL -- Music at the Museum is rocking the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum.

The Irish/Celtic tunes of Searson & the Elders will be playing from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Friday, May 6.

They will be stopping here before heading over to Ireland for the rest of the month.

Heralds of Harmony

Heralds of Harmony

Citrus County, FL -- You can help the Education Foundation by listening to music.

Heralds of Harmony, an all men's a cappella chorus, will be performing at the Curtis Peterson Auditorium, 3810 W. Educational Pathway, on May 1.

They will be joined by the Harmony Explosion, a group of Citrus County high school students.

Open jam session for jazz musicians

Open jam session for jazz musicians

Citrus County, FL -- Jazz musicians, grab your horns and head over the the Knights of Columbus Hall.

The citrus Jazz Society is holding an open jam session on Sunday, May 1st. The Knights of Columbus Hall is located at 9020 W. Atlas Dr. in Homosassa.

Members of the society can play their licks for free. Non-members will be asked for a $7 donation.

Head out for the final concert of Jazz Concert Series

Head out for the final concert of Jazz Concert Series

Inverness, FL -- The final concert of the 2010 – 2011 Jazz Concert Series, Jazz at the Museum is this weekend. This month's Jammin' It Up! is celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month.

The concert includes an all-star cast of jazz musicians performing “themed” concerts featuring the band Southern Exposure, along with the sounds of Norman Bernard and other special featured musicians and vocalists.

The show will be held on the second floor in the historic courtroom of the 1912 Citrus County Courthouse on Courthouse Square, Inverness on Thursday, April 28.

Take a ride on the Twentieth Century

Take a ride on the Twentieth Century

Citrus County, FL -- Looking for a little drama in your life? Head to the Art Center Theatre for Twentieth Century.

Set in the 1930’s, the play features an ego maniacal Broadway director who boards the Twentieth Century, a train running from Chicago to New York, in order to try to enlist his former lover and ex-chorus girl to come do a show and help him avoid losing his theater.

When Elvis came to town...

When Elvis came to town...

Inverness, FL -- Get out your blue suede shoes this weekend. The king is back in town, in a manner of speaking.

60 years ago, in July of 1961, Elvis Presley arrived in hot, humid Florida to film his ninth movie, "Follow that Dream." For the next six weeks, sleepy little Citrus County hosted actors, crew members, extras, star-struck fans, and of course, Elvis Presley himself.

Now, nearly 50 years later, the original stage production "When Elvis Came to Town" is being performed. The play/musical is staged in the historic 1912 Citrus County Courthouse. This is also where Elvis filmed the climactic courthouse scene in the movie. This re-enactment is based on hours of taped interviews and the memories of original cast members, extras, and townspeople.

Free this weekend: Movie in the Park

Free this weekend: Movie in the Park

Lecanto, Florida -- Citrus County Parks & Recreation presents a new Movie in the Park this weekend for a little free family fun.

When: Saturday, March 19th
Where: Lecanto Community Park
What: "Planet 51"

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