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Saturday, Sept 20 & Sunday, Sept 21

2014 Cider Days on Historic Walnut Street

Enjoy one of the area’s largest fall arts and crafts festivals!

The 17th Annual Cider Days on Historic Walnut Street will be held on September 20 & 21, 2014 from 10am-5pm both days. This two-day fall festival will feature regional artists and crafters, three performance stages, pumpkin painting with Springfield Urban Agriculture Coalition, and of course – real apple cider!

Admission is $4 per person; children 10 and under are free.

 

 

Download the 2014 Cider Days Program Guide Here!

Artists and crafters from across the region exhibit at Cider Days, selling a variety of handmade products, including jewelry, pottery, glass, wood-work, furniture and much more! Applications are being accepted though July 25, 2014.

 

In addition to great arts and crafts, Cider Days features fun and free hands-on activities, face painting and pumpkin painting for children. Cider Days also hosts three different performance stages each packed with varied performances from some of Springfield’s most lively and entertaining groups.  You’ll be wowed with performances from the Springfield Little Theatre Youth Troupes and many more favorite local groups.

And, don’t forget to try some real apple cider while you’re there!

Come experience the first few days of fall on Historic Walnut Street, among the tree-lined street and historic Victorian houses!  For more information, please e-mail Sarah Hough (sarah@itsalldowntown.com) or call 417.831.6200.  Cider Days is presented by the Historic Walnut Street Association and managed by the Urban Districts Alliance.

 

Performance Schedule

 

Saturday, September 20

School of Rock Bandstand Stage

10:00 – Evolution Arts & Athletics

11:00 – Woodshed Boys

12:00 – Rowan’s Crossing

1:00 – Willbillys

3:00 – Open Road

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Showwagon Stage

10:00 – Makenna & Brock

11:00 – Pat’s Clogging Studio & Celtic Fire Irish Dance Co.

12:00 – Springfield Little Theatre

1:00 – Pride & Joy Cloggers

1:30 – A&B Dance Center

2:00 – Sonshine Dance Troupe

2:30 – Point Performing Arts

3:00 – Springfield Ballet

3:30 – The Summit All Stars

4:30 – Malaika Dancers

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Rebath Music at the Inn Stage

10:00 – Ellie Schmidly

10:30 – Jay Caughron, Street Organ

11:30 – Joni Lemons

12:00 – Ken Hopper

1:00 – Kayleigh Rose

2:00 – Lija Fonner

2:30 – Aram Flood

3:00 – Eddie Gumucio

 

Sunday, September 21

School of Rock Bandstand Stage

11:00 – Casey Lynne & The Deal Breakers

12:00 – Steve Ames

1:00 – Woodshed Boys

2:00 – Little Hoover Big Band

3:00 – Republic Community Band

4:00 – Jin J. X

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Showwagon Stage

12:00 – Troupe Sarrab

12:30 – Ann’s Performing Arts Center

1:00 – Malaika Dancers

1:30 – Men’s Chorus of the Ozarks

2:00 – Ozark Dance Academy

2:30 – USA Dance Ozarks Chapter 2044

3:00 – Evolution Arts & Athletics

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Rebath Music at the Inn Stage

11:00 – Jay Caughron, Street Organ

12:00 – Sarah Margaret Smith

12:30 – Joni Lemons

1:00 – Jake Rogers

1:30 – Lija Fonner

2:00 – Kayleigh Rose

3:00  – Aram Flood

3:30 – Anna and Lydia Epp