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    Weekly Gainesville Area Events: November 5 – November 11

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | November 3, 2022

    Hollow Oaks Corn Maze Wander through the corn stalks and enjoy time with family and friends at Hollow Oaks Corn Maze in High Springs. They will have several fun activities for all ages to enjoy such as an interactive game in the maze, hayrides, pumpkin bowling, slides and so much more! Location: 18005 NW 190th... Read More

    What To Do With Leftover Halloween Candy

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | November 2, 2022

                                                           Photo by Denny Muller on Unsplash We hope you all had a fun and safe Halloween collecting as much candy as your arms, and stomach, could carry! Even though your kids will most likely shove as much candy as possible into their mouths for days and weeks to come, you as a parent know... Read More

    Gainesville Halloween Events: October 28 – November 3

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | October 26, 2022

    Spooky Springs Ichetucknee Springs State Park If you’ve ever thought there’s something a little creepy about all that Spanish moss dripping from the trees at Ichetucknee Springs, you’ll love to see it transformed into Spooky Springs! Come join us this Friday, October 28, for haunted tram rides, ghoulish games, and a haunted maze. Haunted Tram... Read More

    5 A-maize-ing Fall Festivals in Gainesville

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | October 25, 2022

    Have the brisk chilly mornings, Haile Village‘s Oktoberfest, and all that pumpkin spice in the air put you into the fall spirit and left you craving more? If so, you’re in the right place. We’re here to share a few of our favorite upcoming fall festivals in and around gourdeous Gainesville! (Warning: more bad puns... Read More

    Weekly Gainesville Area Events: October 21 – October 28

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | October 20, 2022

    Fall Festival at Amber Brooke Farms (Formerly Red White & Blues Farm) Amber Brooke Farms in Williston is happy to welcome you to their 2nd Annual Fall Festival! Come and enjoy all the beauty of the season while having lunch and fresh baked goods, including their mouth-watering apple cider and blueberry donuts at their Café,... Read More

    Rainy Day Activities for Kids in Gainesville

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | October 5, 2022

    Rain, rain doesn’t always have to mean things like fun go away. Even though most of the Florida rain pours down in May and June, Gainesville’s rainy season can continue through mid-October, making it essential to have an epic list of activities that the kiddos can enjoy no matter what the weather brings. So, we’ve... Read More

    6 Fall Home Decor Ideas for When Your Home is on The Market

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | September 9, 2022

    The fall season allows sellers to stage and decorate their homes in a unique way for buyers. However, it is very important that they keep the designs subtle to avoid cluttering the space and deterring buyers that may not share the same enthusiasm for the holiday season. You do not want the main focus of... Read More

    New Town of Tioga Homes for Sale: Phases 18 – 21

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | August 17, 2022

    Gainesville's best local builders are busy preparing over 100 new Town of Tioga homes for sale. Find out how you can secure your corner of the popular community. Read More

    7 Fun Family Activities in Gainesville in August!

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | August 10, 2022

    Looking for activities for the family to finish out the summer strong? Well look no further! Here are 7 activities in Gainesville for the entire family to enjoy before diving headfirstinto the 2022-2023 school year. Haile Equestrian Center Movie Nights On the second Saturday of every month, the Haile Equestrian Center hosts a movie night... Read More

    The Florida Home Insurance Market Is In Crisis. Learn How to Keep Your Home Insured.

    By Kristen Rabell and Rebecca Johnson | July 20, 2022

    Between the threat of hurricanes, flooding and sinkholes, Florida has always been a complex home insurance market. But in the past few years, litigation costs have led to dramatic changes in the way home insurance companies operate. Florida leads the nation in litigation related to homeowner’s claims. This has caused many insurance companies to tighten... Read More