ART CITY DAYS – Beginning on the first Saturday in June and continuing through the first full week of June, Springville celebrates with a myriad of activities and events for all ages. Events include the 5K Family Fun Run, Hot Air Balloon Festival, Fireman’s Breakfast, Concerts in the Park, Carnival, Parades, and Fireworks. Most of the activities and events are free to the public. Find the complete list of what is planned for this year at http://www.springville.org/art-city-days to be sure you don’t miss a thing!
MOVIES IN THE PARK are a series of free family movies shown outdoors at the Spring Acres Arts Park (700 South 1300 East) on Monday nights during the summer. Click here for the schedule. Admission is free to the public. Gates open at 7:00 pm. Movies will start at dusk (about 9 pm). Bring your own blankets or folding chairs. Concessions will be available from local food vendors. For the safety and enjoyment of everyone, NO ALCOHOL BEVERAGES OR DOGS ALLOWED.
FARMERS MARKET 2019 will be held on Monday evenings July through October from 5 to 9
pm (July – Sept) and 5 to 8 pm during October at Springville Civic Center Park, 50 South Main. ALL LOCAL PRODUCE GROWERS are welcome!
TURKEY TOSS has five age categories from pre-school to 12th Grade. See how many times you can throw a football to hit the target from varying distances. The boy and girl scoring highest for each age category will win a Thanksgiving turkey!
VISITS WITH SANTA Jolly ol’ St. Nick comes to Springville on specific dates during December. Each child will receive a candy cane and parents are welcome to take pictures of their children with Santa. Come see the big man in red at Springville Public Library (45 South Main) during the dates and times listed below. This activity is free to the public.
Monday, December 2nd 7 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, December 7th 11 am – 3 pm
Monday, December 9th 7 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, December 14th 11 am – 3 pm
LETTERS TO SANTA: Springville children can write a letter to Santa and hand deliver them to the Springville UPS store (224 S Main) between December 2nd and December 13th, 2019. Mailbox will be removed at noon on the 13th. A self-addressed stamped return envelope MUST be enclosed in order to receive a personal answer from Santa. Santa prefers letters that tell a little bit about the child such as their age, favorite holiday traditions, favorite holiday joke, questions about elves and life at the North Pole rather than a long list of what the child wants. The more creative, the better. Drop letters with postage stamped return envelopes in the “North Pole Express” mailbox outside the UPS store to ensure prompt delivery to Santa. There is no fee, just the stamp on your self-addressed return envelope!
OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS sponsored by various local groups are held throughout the year. For example, Springville Rotary sponsors the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Springville World Folkfest brings dancers from all parts of the world to perform for one week each summer, Safe Halloween is sponsored by the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club sponsors a Halloween 5K to benefit the Sub for Santa program. Please check with each individual organization for information on these and other special events.
SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION / LOCAL FILMING PERMIT APPLICATION
Advance approval and a Special Event Permit is required by Springville City for individuals or groups sponsoring any outside event that would request assistance from Springville City. An official permit is required for events such as a 5K or 10K run, parade, car show, walkathon, etc. that would utilize City roads, parks or property. Applications must be submitted at least 30 days in advance. An official Local Filming Permit is required when Springville City is used as a location for any type of film production. A link is available on the Springville City website under Applications and Licenses to find the Special Events Application Form and Local Filming Permit Application.
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