It could not have been a more perfect day for the event too. Clear skies, a light wind and temperatures in the mid-20s C brought everyone out. Folks everywhere were strutting with their Corn Dog, kettle corn, or waiting in line for Buffalo Bill's Ole Fashion Soda Pop. Kids enjoyed the Butterfly Pavilion, Pony rides, and the skateboard park converted into an inflatable city. Meanwhile, adults enjoyed arts and crafts from the area, or a few music and performance acts at the old stone 1933 Women's Club Band Shell Pavilion.
The only side show that we made it to was the 10th Annual Volkswagen Car Show. The Mountain Top Volkswagen Club showed up in force with a couple of Camper Vans, a few Things, and some custom works, in addition to the usual line-up of beautiful Bugs.
Springfest has grown quite a bit since our last visit, and it has definitely become a staple celebration in the late Spring of North Central Arkansas. We definitely look forward to catching up with some of the other shows next time.