By Bruce Nelson
2021 Springwood Spring Festival has been cancelled.
It is vital that our community stays safe and has an opportunity to recover from what truly has been a difficult year and a half with the Covid pandemic.
Our August Association meeting will be our AGM where a new committee will be elected to plan towards the next event to be held on
Springwood Spring Festival represents a huge day for the NSW Blue Mountains community to participate in the festival that celebrates the spirit of our town. Organised by the same team that brought to you "Springwood Foundation Day" for many years. Over 15,000 turn out each year to enjoy a day of food, shopping and entertainment. Whether young or old, you will find much to see & do as you stroll through Springwood on the day.
The main road, Macquarie Road, is closed to traffic from 6 am to 6 pm, allowing pedestrians to enjoy over 130 food and market stalls, live entertainment including 3 main stages with 25+ performances on the day, street performers, rides for the kiddies & much, much more. Non-stop fun and entertainment for all the family!
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Macquarie Road is lined from end to end with over 130 food and market stalls offering the best in food and bargains from our locals and around the world. Many local community organisations also have information stalls
Three Stages providing entertainment for young and old, featuring the best of our local talent. The Main Stage featuring a great lineup of professional bands and singers: The Royal Stage, where it really "Rocks" and The Telstra Stage show-casing our local amateur performance groups: Blue Mountains Musical Society, School Bands and Choirs, Dance Schools and much more!
"Dancing in the street to the Aston Martinis, Springwood Foundation Day Festival 2019"
Each year nominations are accepted and a worthy recipient is selected to receive our Volunteer of the Year Award. The 2018 award went to Margaret Smith for her lifelong service to our community. Below: 2015 Bill Knagge, Winmalee neighbourhood Centre. One of the 2014 Volunteer of the Year recipients, Ken Hambly of Lower Mountains Fundraising Events.
The fun is not only on the stages. Street performers are invited to appear throughout the day, whether it is stilt-walking, magic, street theatre or busking. 2018 saw our local circus school Zany Yare showing their skills.
Fun for all the Kids!