Enterprise Preservation Society

Don't miss the Enterprise 
 COMMUNITY YARD SALE
 at the Enterprise Heritage Center
Saturday, March 18 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM 
 Spaces available now - $20
 Contact Cindy (386) 804-6987
         or Connie  (386) 216-9608 
 
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 “Echoes of the Soul”
 
(AN ART EXHIBIT BY FOUR ARTISTS)
Through February 28, 2017
 
For more information, click Here 
 
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~  ~  ~   Thank You!   ~  ~  ~
 
To everyone who participated in the
10th Annual Enterprise Chili Cook-Off
 
Official Rankings:
 First Place - Best Chili: The Brews Brothers
Second Place Chili: Wooly's Firehouse Chili
Third Place Chili: Hughes Homes and Realty
 
First Place - Best Decorated Booth: The Brews Brothers
Second Place Booth: Wooly's Firehouse Chili
Third Place Booth: St. John's Rangers Campfire Chili 
 
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Interested in sponsoring the
Smithsonian Exhibition this summer?
 
 Please contact
Ed Sullivan (407) 509-0078 ed-sullivan@cfl.rr.com
or
Cindy Sullivan (386) 804-6987 cindy-sullivan@cfl.rr.com
or 
Download Smithsonian Sponsor Form Here
 
 
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For the latest on what is happening at EPS, click HERE 
 
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Adopt-a-Road
Our next road clean-up will be March 4th
Please meet us at the Deltona Community Center on Lakeshore Drive
at 8:30 AM - Let's keep Enterprise beautiful and litter-free!
 
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EPS Regular Meetings
Please join us at the monthly meeting of the Enterprise Preservation Society (EPS).
The fourth Monday of each month at the Enterprise Heritage Center
Please note - Meetings are held at 5:00 PM
 
Mailing Address - PO Box 4015
360 Main Street
Enterprise, FL 32725
Phone 386.259.5900
 
 
For latest information on what is happening at the
Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum, click HERE
 

Enterprise Preservation Society, Inc.
 For the latest on what is happening at EPS, click HERE 

 
HISTORY

From the early 1840s to the turn of the century, Lake Monroe and its cypress-lined shores teeming with wildlife attracted a stream of visitors and settlers who traveled up the St. Johns River. However, long before, a diverse population of native Floridians had thrived along these riverbanks for thousands of years. University of Florida researchers have found evidence of native settlement along the lake 6,200 years before present time. ... » READ MORE

NEWS

 
 
The Enterprise Heritage Center is now open as a museum and community center - all of this was made possible through the support of  loyal members, numerous individual donations, and grants from:

 

 
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