Whether you’re a local or large scale business, you already know the importance of getting involved in the community. Establishing a community presence by participating in local events gives you a chance to meet those you hope to one day do business with—plus, many of these events are just plain fun!
If you’ve been looking for ways to get involved, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’re looking at six upcoming events in Pasco County.
Celebration of Lights
Starting at Thanksgiving at lasting until December 27th, visitors will be able to drive through one mile of holiday lights, interactive displays, games for kids and music to play inside your car. After the drive, everyone will be able to enjoy snacks, a holiday gift shop, and a visit with Santa for the kids! This event takes place at Safety Town at the Concourse in Hudson.
Holiday Card Lane
Head to Downtown New Port Richey for an exciting display of more than 50 full-size holiday cards! The Holiday Card Lane is hosted by the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce and will take place from December 4th through January 5th.
Annual Christmas Boogie
Enjoy this annual Christmas event—complete with dinner, gifts and skydiving—at Sky Dive Lane in Zephyrhills, from December 19th through January 3rd.
Suncoast Arts Fest
To enjoy fine art, great company and beautiful weather, head to the Suncoast Arts Fest at the Shops at Wiregrass. The arts festival, which supports local art education, will take place on January 16th and 17th.
Annual Kumquat Festival
Spend a day in Downtown Dade City for the Annual Kumquat Festival January 30th. This fun event will feature more than 400 vendors, 40 sponsors, live entertainment, antique cars, arts and crafts… and, of course, plenty of kumquat treats! Visitors will be able to enjoy cookies, pies, salsa, ice cream and more, all made from the tasty tart fruit.
Pasco County’s very own St. Joseph just happens to be known as the Kumquat Capital of the World—so this is an experience you can’t get anywhere else! And with so many new and returning visitors every year, it’s the perfect chance to network with the community and enjoy what the area has to offer.
Pasco County Fair
Finally, don’t forget to visit the annual Pasco County Fair! This cherished local tradition was first held in 1948, and has attracted families from throughout the area ever since. Don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy rides, food and everything else the fair has to offer February 15th through the 21st at the Pasco County Fairgrounds.
What local event are you most looking forward to in the coming months? With so much to do and enjoy, there’s always a reason to come out and get involved in Pasco County—it’s good for both you and your business! We hope to see you throughout the community this holiday season and throughout the winter.