Sunday Concert Series

The Springville Arts Commission presents a free concert at the Springville Museum of Art one Sunday a month from 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm. The free concert on Sunday, October 19, 2014 will feature Vanessa Vega. She is from Pasco, Washington, but is currently studying vocal performance and theatre at Westminster College in Salt Lake City. Her long term goal is to become an opera singer. She has competed in Washington State and national vocal competitions and earned third place at the Music Teachers’ National Association competition in California, March 2013. She has also been the recipient of Spokane Musicfest Northwest’s Sr. Marietta Coyle scholarship and their “Adjudicator’s Choice” award for 2013. In addition, Vanessa received Westminster Merit, Exemplary Achievement, and Music Scholarships.

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Pool Closure

Due to construction on 900 South, the water has to be shut off along the way. Springville Community Pool will be closed at 10 am Wednesday morning (tomorrow) after morning swim. The pool will re-open on Thursday for swim teams, swim lessons, and regular hours of open public swimming. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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Main Street Trick or Treat

SAFE HALLOWEEN  is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Businesses that are not located directly in that area of Main Street can contact the Chamber in advance to be assigned a spot and participate. 801-491-7830. Dress up and bring the kids to Trick-or-Treat along both sides of Main Street between Center Street and 400 South from 3 - 5 pm on Halloween afternoon.

Safe Halloween Map

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Heritage Day is Saturday the 20th

Join us for the annual Heritage Day celebration. This year’s theme is A Legacy of Builders, honoring the builders of Springville City. At one time Springville was honored with the distinct reputation of having more general construction companies than any other place per capita in the entire United States. Much of the success of our community and the people within it came from the benefits of these companies. It is for this reason that we open the new park to honor these hardworking people who, quite literally, helped build this community.

Heritage Day has free family activities and games, free popcorn and homemade root beer, free musical entertainment as well as a chance to browse vendor booths and enjoy the Springville community. Click this link for more details:

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