The Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the
28th Annual Springfest Festival beginning at
noon on Friday April 24th through Saturday April 25th 8:30 pm.
If you are interested in a booth space in the arts and crafts show, please complete the application and return it to the chamber and then complete the registration process with the links below:
New for Springfest 2015
The Red River Ram Concert Series
Heber Springs, AR
The opening band takes the stage at 6:00 pm both Friday and Saturday night.
Other Springfest Activities include:
The Butterfly Paviliion
Everyone who visits the pavillion throughout the weekend is eligible to enter the drawing to release all of the butterflies on Saturday. You must be present to win. The winner will be announced around 6 pm on Saturday. Tickets to enter the Butterfly Pavillion are $3 which includes a butterfly net or bug box.
Arts & Crafts Vendors and Food Vendors
Pony Rides, a Petting Zoo and Inflatables for the kids
9th Annual Volkswagen Car Show
Sponsored by: the Mountain Top Volkswagen Club
For more information contact Larry Vanvekoven at 501.362.3887
Car, Truck and Bike Show at the Cleburne County Courthouse
Also new for 2015
The Heritage Quilt Show
sponsored by the Daisy Patch Quilters
The quilt show will be held in the Education and Commercial Buildings at the Cleburne County Fairgrounds on Bittle Road. Quilters from all over are urged to display their quilts at this show; however there is a limit of three quilts per person due to space availability. There will be prizes for Best of Show and Viewers Choice. Anyone may display their quilts but they must be delivered to the Cleburne County Fairgrounds in Heber Springs Tuesday, April 22 between the hours of 9:30 am and 4:00 pm. Check in for quilt exhibitors is Tuesday, April 21. There are at least 12 vendors and over 100 quilts expected for this event.
There will also be a quilt raffle and door prizes. Though there is no charge for displaying quilts or entering the contest. Admission to the quilt show is $5.00..
Another new addition for 2015
Public Art Tour
Old Post Office Building, Dowtown Heber Springs
Heber Springs is the first stop in the spring tour of “And then, I: Monuments to Pivotal Moments” an interactive art exhibit designed for public spaces. It features figurative ceramic sculptures by Conway artist Barbara Satterfield.
More details to come!!!