2014 Springport Summerfest
A festival for all ages and the Last One!

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2013 Program (updated June 10th) (pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

 


OLD FLYERS:

2012 Flyer (pdf)

2011 Flyer (pdf)

2010 Flyer (pdf)

2010 Flyer (MS Publisher)

2010 Cruise Flyer

2009 Flyer (MS Publisher)

2009 Flyer (pdf)

2009 Cruise to the Races Flyer

2008 Flyer

2008 Brochure

2007 8 1/2" x 11" Flyer

2007 8 1/2" x 14" Flyer

2007 Spotlight on Springport Information

2006 Color (jpg picture file)

2006 Black & White (jpg picture file)

2006 Word Doc. (for printing)


 

 

 

 

Springport Festival for Everyone to celebrate Springport, MI (1863-2013)

Weekend of June 20, 21, 22, 2014

Dowtown Springport

Jason Bartley, jasonbartley37@gmail.com

2013 Street Vendor (Contact: Veronica Duncan at vern@springcom.com, 517-242-2530, PO Box 105, Springport, MI 49284)

2013 Arts, Crafts, and Flea Market (Contact: Veronica Duncan at vern@springcom.com, 517-242-2530, PO Box 105, Springport, MI 49284)

2013 Awesome 3K Run to Benefit GirlsQuest ON-Site Registration Available Only at this time (contact Megan Merrill - megan.merrill@springportschools.net)

2013 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament (FLYER) (Registration) (contact Chris Johnston (517) 403-0265, chris.johnston@springportschools.net)

* Springport, MI Facebook Page


2013 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
Friday June 21, 2013

  • 5:00 pm - Steak, Ribs, & Beer Tent at Hotel Tavern begins
  • 5:00 pm - Live Music Downtown until 7:00 pm
  • 6:00 pm - Street Sweep, BYOB (Bring Your Own Broom) (hosted by SAGA)
  • 6:00 pm - VFW Ladies Auxiliary Craft Sale until 9:00 pm
  • 7:00 pm - Merritt’s Belt Sander Drag Races in front of the Hotel Tavern (hosted by Dan & Jackie Merritt)
  • dusk - Free outdoor movies & popcorn downtown (sponsored by Springcom)

Saturday June 22, 2013
* Donate to the Springport Food Pantry - look for the cart downtown!

8:00 am

  • Main Street closed to vehicles until 5pm
  • Awesome 3K Registration begins next to Trading Post
  • Breakfast at Chubby’s Cafe
  • Breakfast at Country Town Golf Course
  • Arts, Crafts & Flea Market next to Merritt’s until 6 pm (organized by Veronica Duncan)
  • Various vendors available downtown (organized by Veronica Duncan)
  • VFW Ladies Auxiliary Craft "Bake-less Bake" Sale until 4:00 pm
  • 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament Registration opens at 8:30 am at SHS Gym ($50/team)
9:00 am

 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament begins at SHS Gym, double elimination, $50/team (hosted by CJ Johnston)
 AWESOME 3K Run to benefit Springport GirlsQuest (organized by Megan Merrill, Steve & Leona Keeler)
 Blacksmithing demonstration next to Merritt’s (hosted by Tim Griffith)
 Family Activity Center at the Springport Township Hall (hosted by Woodworkers Barn)
 City on a Hill Community Church Kids Inflatable Play Area, Yard Sale, and Bake Sale until 4:00 pm
 Free Sno-cones at Homestead Savings Bank (until noon)
 Frog jump contest at Merritt’s Hardware (hosted by Dan Merritt)
 Golf Scramble at Country Town Golf Course
 Twirlz Dance Studio Rummage Sale until 3:00 pm
 VFW Women’s Axillary Flea Market inside the VFW until 3:00 pm
 Village History Room open for touring at Village Office until 11 am
 9:30 am - Bike Decorating at the Middle School Soccer Field 9 (all decorations provided & ride in parade)
 Trail Walk at the Community Park
 Westside Hi-Steppers 4H Bake Sale opens at the Farm Stand

10:00 am

 Artz Farms kid’s tractor pulls on Main Street
 Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Rally & Show registration begins at the parade line-up (hosted by Springport Motor Speedway)
 Horseshoe Pitching at VFW
 Library book sale until 2pm
 Pet Show on Main Street (hosted by Springport FFA)
 T&N Dairy Kreme Moon Walk, Face Painting, Balloon Creations and Kids Games
 Parade line-up begins at the School parking lot (organized by Steve Keeler)
 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament at the high school

11:00 am

  • The 37th annual 8-80 days Parade through Springport
    • Grand Marshal: "3 Johns"- Tom Betz as John Barton, Larry Randall as John Oyer, Jon Hammond as John Comstock
  • Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Show parking downtown following the parade (hosted by Springport Motor Speedway)

11:30 am

  • VFW Euchre Tournament Registar-tion begins, $15 entry fee

12:00 pm

Lunch is served at: Chubby’s Café, Hotel Tavern Ribs & Chicken, Downtown Pizza, T&N Dairy Kreme, Country Town Golf Course, City on a Hill Community Church free hot dogs (while supplies last)
 Fire Dept. Pig Roast until 3:00 pm
 Live Music - next to Homestead Bank until 6:00 pm
 12-2: Bubbas Big Red Ride
 2-4: The Mike Shafley Band
 4-6: Double Wide Ride

1:00 pm

Children Games at City on a Hill Community Church
 VFW Second Annual Paul Piepkow Memorial Euchre Tournament
 Village History Room open for touring at Village Office until 3 pm

2:00 pm

 T&N Dairy Kreme Ice Cream Cone Eating Contest
 Horse Pulling Contest begins at Middle School (organized by Charles “Chic” Harmon hosted by SAGA)

3:00 pm

  • Meet Your Neighbor BYOB (Bring Your Own Root Beer) on Main Street

4:00 pm

 Cruise to Springport Motor Speedway begins
 Steak, Ribs & Beer Tent at Hotel Tavern
 Dinner at Chubby’s Cafe

7:00 pm

 Stock Car Racing at Springport Motor Speedway
 Karaoke at Hotel Tavern
 Springport United Methodist Church Tent with Jerry Hoag Band until 9:00 pm

Sunday June 23, 2013

8:00 am

  • Breakfast at Chubby's Cafe
  • Breakfast at Country Town Golf Course

9:00 am

  • Church Services at City on a Hill Community Church
  • Golf Scramble at Country Town Golf Course

11:00 am

  • Church Services at United Methodist featuring an outdoor tent revival & potluck
  • FFA Tractor Pulls begin at Middle School