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2018 Springville Heritage Festival

2018 Springville Heritage Festival

June 15th & 16th

June 15th

The Annual Picnic in the Park – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Gospel Music by the Swango Family & Friends – 5:00 pm to ?

June 16th

5k walk/run – 8:00 am

Craft Market – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Still seeking vendors)

Food Vendors

Kids bicycle games & races – 10:00 am

Corn Hole tournament – 12:00 noon

Obstacle Course Games – 2:00 pm

Parade – 4:00 pm

Dames Rocket – 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

For More Information Visit: Springville Festival Indiana 47462 on Facebook

The Springville Buzz

The Springville Buzz

Newsletter
By Carrie Rainey

Download a digital copy of the September 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Sept. 2017

Inside the September issue
Upcoming Events ……… 1
Living Memorial ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
BNL Info ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the May 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – May 2017

Inside the May issue
Springville Judah Rd Closed ……… 1
In the Garden ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
Congratulations Seniors! ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the April 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – April 2017

Inside the April issue
Gym Restoration ……… 1
Going Green for Earth Day ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Need You ……… 4
Judah Festival Pageant ……… 5
National Honor Society ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the March 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – March 2017

Inside the March issue
Springtime In Springville ……… 1
Next Stop, Springville ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Looking For Leaders ……… 4
Shoe Drive ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the February 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Feb. 2017

Inside the February issue
Springville Basketball ……… 1
Next Stop, Springville ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Cookie Sales ……… 4
Pint-Sized Heroes Update ……… 5
Girl Scouts ……… 5
Kid’s Korner ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the January 2017 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Jan. 2017

Inside the January issue
Gym Restoration Update ……… 1
Blood Drive-Riley Osmon ……… 2
Buzz Around School ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts Cookie Sales ……… 4
Denny Godsey Awarded ……… 5
Sea Cadets Volunteering ……… 5
Next Stop, Springville ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the December 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Dec. 2016

Inside the December issue
The Gift of Life is in Each of Us ……… 1
Christmas Decorations ……… 2
Welcome to Springville Sign ……… 2
Cover Story Continued ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Buzz Around School ……… 5
Christmas in the Park ……… 5
Kid’s Page ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the November 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Nov. 2016

Inside the November issue
Springville…In the Beginning ……… 1
Kid’s Corner ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
Continuation of History of Springville ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
School Buzz ……… 5
Ads ……… 6


Download a digital copy of the October 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Oct. 2016

Inside the October issue
Perry Township Vol.Fire/EMS ……… 1
Update on Riley Osmon ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
Continuation of Fire Dept. ………. 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
Trunk or Treat ……… 4
Tractor Show ………. 5
Welcome Sign ……… 6
Phillips’ Fund Raiser ……… 6
Arson Flyer ……… 7
Ads ……… 8


Download a digital copy of the September 2016 Edition:

The Springville Buzz – Sept. 2016

Inside the September issue
Formation of a Gym Restoration Board ……… 1
Phillips’ benefit ……… 2
Playground equipment ……… 2
History of the Old Gym ……… 3
Youth Leadership Programs ……… 4
Girl Scouts craft sale ……… 4
Trunk or Treat ……… 4
The Buzz Around Springville School ……… 5

To submit an article:
Carrie Rainey, editor, SpringvilleBuzz@gmail.com
Ads may be purchased in future issues to help pay for printing costs.
Sign up for a digital emailed copy: springvillebuzz@gmail.com

 

 

Playground Equipment Update

Taken from: The Springville Buzz – Nov. Edition

The Springville Community Heritage Group entered into a Challenge Grant with the Lawrence County Community Foundation in an effort to fund new playground equipment for the Springville Park. The challenge was a 2:1 grant. If we raised $1,000, we would receive $2,000 from the foundation. The deadline for fund-raising was December 1, 2016.

Thanks to the generosity of the foundation, they chose to award us with $3,000 total. Between what was raised through donations and selling pumpkins, we were able to raise approximately $800. Giving us $3,800 to use towards the playground.

Money wasn’t all it took to get this goal accomplished. There were many neighbors who donated their time and talents to the cause. The old equipment was removed and there is now a nice new playground structure for all of the children of Springville to enjoy. There is one more piece on order and playground grade mulch still to come. The project is expected to be completed very soon. If you haven’t been to the park since it received this face-lift, please consider taking your children/grandchildren out to enjoy it while the weather is nice.

Spring Creek Antique Tractor Show & Pull

Spring Creek Antique Tractor Show

October 7th and 8th, 2016
Springville Park

Friday, October 7th

Gospel & Bluegrass Music – 6 p.m. (The Bakers, Bluegrass Express, The Swangos)

Tractor Pulls – 6:30 p.m. (Pre-1960)

Vendors – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Kitchenware, etc…)

Raffles (Drawing 6 p.m. Saturday) – Sand Rail / Dune Buggy, Longaberger Baskets, Canvas Print of The Gym

Food: Beans & Cornbread, Ribeye Sandwiches, and Cobblers Bench

Saturday, October 8th

Vendors – 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Kitchenware, etc…)

Food – 10 a.m. (The Famous Corey’s Dutch Boy Double Decker)

Gospel, Bluegrass, & Country Music – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Country Spirit, The Bakers, Lost River Rizen, Backwoods Bluegrass)

Tractor Games – 11 a.m.

Garden Tractor Pulls:  Weigh-in at 1 p.m. – Pulls at 2 p.m.

For info call: Mark Baker 812-797-2263 or Denny Godsey 812-276-2173

Benefit Flea Market and Lunch

October 1, 2016, from 8 am to 4 pm at the Springville Park in Springville, IN 47462.

2016 Festival Schedule

Schedule of Events:

June 17

6 p.m. Silent Auction bidding begins

6 p.m. Concessions and Springville Art Show opens

6-10 p.m. Live Gospel and Bluegrass Music at the Pavilion

6 p.m. Cobbler’s Bench and Kid’s Games

6 p.m. Classic Car Cruise-in

6:30 p.m. Baby Contest registration; Morgan Hughes, (812) 508-2777

7 p.m. Baby Contest

 

June 18

6:30-7:30 a.m. Registration for Springville 5K

8 a.m. Springville 5K run/walk

8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Community Yard Sale – Back lot of Springville Elementary School. Vendor spaces start at $15, for more info contact Denny Godsey (812) 276-2173 or Melissa Matson (812) 583-2033.

10 a.m.-4 p.m. Spring Creek Market – Springville Park; $1 admission

10 a.m. Cornhole Tournament; entry fee is $20 per team, cash prize for the winners

10 a.m. Concessions Open

10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Live Music

2 p.m. Line up for parade at Dennis Wellman Farm

4 p.m. Bidding closes for Silent Auction

4 p.m. Parade: 200 Years of Indiana Heritage; to enter a unit call Kim Thompson, (812) 583-8483, or Heather New, (812) 797-8483

6-10 p.m. Blind Rebel

Fireworks will start at dusk

Funds raised at the Springville Heritage Festival help support the Springville Park and Perry Township Volunteer Fire / EMS Inc.

 

Cell Phones won't work!

Be aware that the signal for credit card processing is spotty, so stopping by the bank or ATM and grabbing some cash before you head our way is highly recommended.

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