New Brazil Main Street, Inc., President Lee Lewis recently told The Brazil Times the organization has several events on its docket.
Lewis was voted in as President of the organization during its April meeting.
One of the events Lewis said the organization has planned is a "Beautification Day," scheduled for Saturday, June 2.
"We'll be cleaning downtown," Lewis said. "We will sweep the streets and pull weeds. We will do everything we can to clean the town up."
Lewis added the annual flower planter event would also take place June 2.
She said the organization has scheduled a planting day for Sunday, May 20.
Those interested in taking part should meet at the Davis Building at 1 p.m.
During that time, the planters will be filled and temporarily transported via four trailer loads to Lynch's Garden Center before they are set up.
Sponsorships for the flowerpots will be available again this year.
Cost to sponsor a flowerpot is $50.
Brazil Main Street has a total of 46 flowerpots at its disposal.
She said the organization is looking into purchasing a water system in order to water the flowerpots regularly.
"We're trying to figure out how to purchase the equipment to have them watered daily," she said.
Lewis said the organization has also started planning a fundraising event to set up trash barrels along National Avenue (United States 40) in downtown Brazil.
"My thought is we need to have trash cans," she said.
She said on Monday, the organization unanimously voted to conduct the fundraiser.
Brazil Main Street plans to purchase the barrels at a discount price from Gurman, based in Terre Haute.
Those wishing to sponsor the barrels may do so at a price of $150.
Sponsored barrels will have decals on them indicating the specific sponsor.
"We are looking for people, individuals, churches, boy scouts, girl scouts, etc., interested in advertising (on the barrels)," she said. "This is a community service we want to provide."
Lewis added the organization has talked with city officials in regard to dumping the barrels on a regular basis.
Lewis said Brazil Main Street is also planning a citywide downtown movie for June.
She said the film will be projected onto a building side, but the site nor a date and time have been determined.
"This is not a fundraiser. This is a community service project," Lewis said. "The goal is to develop community where people are out with other people."
Lewis said the organization would provide free popcorn and beverages during the event.