The Primary Election for Springville City Council offices will be held August 13th. Early voting is open at the Civic Center, 110 South Main on the following dates and times: July 30 - August 2 from 10am to 12noon and 2pm to 4pm; August 5 – 9 from 10am to 12noon and 2pm to 5pm. If you want to avoid lines on election day, early voting is a great option. See more election and candidate information by following this link: http://www.springville.org/administration/recorder/election-information/
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“I’m Bored” should not be a summertime expression in Springville! If you’re looking for something to do, enter the ASAP Art City Film Festival and show us your version of “A Day In The Life Of Springville” via short film. Use your phone, camera, iPad, iPod, etc. No experience necessary. Divisions for Youth, Adult, and Family. MAKE MOVIES – WIN PRIZES. See our promo online at http://youtu.be/aSBW5cAffZ8 and get complete information at http://asapspringville.org/2013-film-festival.
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The Springville World Folkfest brings the color and excitement of traditional folk dance and music from around the world to Springville! This is 27th annual World Folkfest. Dancers and musicians travel from countries around the world to attend one of the largest festivals of folk dance and music in the United States. Please check the website for complete information. www.worldfolkfest.com
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Free movies in the park on Monday nights during July and August. A great way to spend family time outside under the moon and stars on a warm summer evening! Click the following link for the complete schedule: 2013 Schedule – Movies In The Park.
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Congratulations to Heidi Sumsion! Heidi qualified for an all-expense paid trip to Hershey Pennsylvania to compete in the North American Final Hershey’s Track and Field Games. She will compete in the 400 Meter on August 3, 2013. Way to go Heidi!
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In many ways Springville is much like many other small cities of the American West. Hardy settlers carved out a living and built something from nothing. Yet, Springville’s story is different. Few large cities let alone a small town of barely 30,000 citizens can boast of a governor, a United States Supreme Court Justice, a Master’s Golf Tournament champion along with famous artists and wealthy entrepreneurs among its list of citizens.
Glimpses of Springville, written by Robert and JaNeal Freeman, reveals an extraordinary place. Through pictures and vignettes, the reader is introduced to a broad array of people, places and events that have created Utah’s Art City. A timeline weaves the history together and tells a tale in a sentence. In-depth essays give insight to the Springville Museum of Art, Hobble Creek Golf Course and more. In between, dozens of interesting historical moments are captured and shared in a way that will let young and old discover the value of history.
Glimpses of Springville was carefully researched and printed in full color. Learn how Hobble Creek got its name and which buildings have been lost over the years due to fire. Read about bank robberies and the sports season that is still talked about. Every page has something that will keep you entertained.
Available at the Civic Center for $24.95 + Tax.
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Mark your summer calendars for the free movies in the park on Monday nights during July and August. The 2013 season begins with Madagascar 3 on Monday, July 8th. Free Admission. Gates open at 7 pm with the movie starting at dusk (around 9 pm). General admission seating, bring your own blankets or folding chairs. Anyone causing a distraction or disturbance will be required to leave. For the safety and enjoyment of everyone, NO ALCOHOL BEVERAGES OR DOGS ALLOWED. Click this link for complete details: 2013 Schedule – Movies In The Park.
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