SPRINGWOOD FOUNDATION DAY FESTIVAL
Saturday 28th April 2018 9am till 4pm
2017 was a Fantastic Day !! Thank You Springwood.
Springwood Foundation Day represents a huge day for the lower Blue Mountains community to participate in the festival that celebrates the spirit of our town.
Whether young or old, you will find much to see & do as you stroll through Springwood on the day.
The main road is closed to traffic from 7 am to 5 pm, allowing pedestrians to enjoy over 140 wonderful Food and Market stalls, live entertainment including 3 main stages with 25+ performances on the day, rides for the kiddies & much, much more.
Planning has begun to ensure the new look SFD in 2018 will again be fun, business and community oriented and continue some of our local traditions with a definitive theme. Anyone wishing to join our happy group can email us at:
Next Meetings : Monday 21st August and Monday 18th September 2017 7.00pm Oriental Hotel Springwood. All welcome.
Sponsors: Pitstop Tyre & Service Centre, Emu Plains Smash Repairs, Cunninghams Building, Luhrs Auto Electrical, Jim Aitken Real Estate, Ezy-Bins, Lotza Signs.
Applications open NOW for 2018, stalls and entertainers.
2018 Theme: "Rock & Roll!"
Springwood Foundation Day Festival 2017 poster.
The fantastic 2017 lineup on the day!
Macquarie Street is lined from end to end with over 130 stalls offering the best in food, bargains and community information.
Three Stages providing entertainment for young and old.
The Main Stage The Royal Stage, The Telstra Park Stage.
Volunteer of the Year
Nominations are not open yet for 2018 Volunteer of the year. Click here for form
Volunteers who are nominated will need to be deemed to have made a significant contribution to projects undertaken in the 2777 or 2776 postcode area.
2015 Volunteer of the Year from Winmalee Neighbourhood Centre, Bill Knagge got a big surprise on Saturday, he had no idea he was getting it...what a lovely reward for a deserving selfless volunteer. Also pictured here, one of the 2014 Volunteer of the Year recipients, Ken Hambly of Lower Mountains Fundraising Events Inc, being presented his medal by Senator Doug Cameron.
The fun is not only on the stage. Street performers are invited to appear throughout the day. Whether it is stilt-walking, magic or street theatre
Rides For The Kids