SpringFest set to return to Tomball area

January 26, 2018 by  

A Tomball area event is set to return after a two-year hiatus, and its organizers have billed it as being bigger and better than ever.

SpringFest 2018 will have a theme of Home and Garden, and it has been planned as an event that will inspire those who attend to spruce up their own dwelling and property. A wide assortment of items will be offered for sale, and there will be displays, presentations, and a variety of workshops on offer.

Visitors to the festival will also be invited to browse through the different shops that are located in Old Town Spring, and while they do, they will be able to enjoy the entertainment that will be on hand for the occasion. Its restaurants and other eateries will be open for business, and crafting classes have also been planned.

The proceeds from the occasion will be used by Spring Preservation League Incorporated, which works to promote Old Town Spring while at the same time preserving its unique character. Much of the activities that will make up the two-day festivities will be held in Preservation Park. A local printer can provide personalized business forms and other materials that can help to ensure an event like this goes as smoothly as possible.

Admission to the festival is being offered free of charge, and it will be held on March 24 and 25. The Old Town Spring website includes additional details.

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