Date posted: 05/04/2011
Celebrate Sun, Flowers and Fun at Springfest at the Moss Mansion
With summer on its way, this is the perfect time to plan a day of outdoor fun, enjoying the sun, food and art of Springfest at the Moss Mansion. Celebrating its 22nd year, Springfest 2011 is expected to be the can’t miss event of the spring season, with over 40 artists from across Montana and Wyoming showcasing a remarkable collection of creative pieces. Embodying the right mix of inspiration, imagination and originality, this event is sure to please the artistic taste of the entire family.
Kicking off festivities with an early morning pancake breakfast, Springfest at Moss Mansion will run all day with games, live entertainment and food booths selling a variety of home-style dishes and baked goods. So foodies in the audience can expect to taste everything from tacos and BBQ sandwiches to homemade cookies and delicious kettle korn. And for those of you interested in the art, the festival will feature various types of pieces, including pottery, jewelry, painting, photography, glass, fiber arts, mosaics, woodworking and more. Taking place in beautiful Billings, Montana, attendees can expect to also be surrounded by the natural surroundings and sounds of this scenic city.
Springfest, formerly called the Country Fair, is organized every year as a fundraiser for the Mansion Historic House Museum. Being the flagship historical resource in the Billings community, the preservation of this establishment is important to the history of the community. Every year, thousands of visitors from around the world visit the museum to learn about the critical role this area played in our nation’s history. By attending this event, you will be helping the community preserve a landmark that is near and dear to the hearts of those in the area. So why not drop by for a little fun and take part in the preservation of Montana's history.
Date: June 5, 2010
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Moss Mansion, 914 Division St.
Price: Free admission
Organization: Billings Preservation Society
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