Spring Hill's small-town bond is perhaps most apparent during our community festivals. Join friends and neighbors to plant a tree at Daffodil Days, make a splash at one of the many Aquatic Center deck parties, cheer on the parade at the Fall Festivaland take in the tree lighting at Hometown Holidays. There's plenty for your family to enjoy together throughout the year!
Held the first Friday in December at the newly-renovated Spring Hill Civic Center, Hometown Holidays is the city's annual Christmas festival. Attendees gather in the courtyard for the lighting of the Mayor's Christmas Tree and the arrival of Santa Claus, then step inside the warm building where crafts, games, and treats await. Call City Hall at (913) 592-3664 or visit the Hometown Holidays page for more information.
With a lively parade, a fair in City Park, the naming of the Citizen of the Year and a downtown street dance, the Fall Festival is Spring Hill's biggest public event of the year. Moving the festival back to its roots, the three-day festival is Sept. 27, 28 and 29 in 2019. Check out the Festival website to learn more or contact the Fall Festival Committee.
There's a party nearly every weekend at the Spring Hill Aquatic Center! Celebrate the start of the Aquatic Center season, Independence Day, our annual Family Luau, and the beginning of the school year with fun parties hosted by the City of Spring Hill. The Spring Hill Recreation Commission and Spring Hill Inspiration for Teens (SHIFT) hosts a number of parties as well, including Tween Night at the Pool and Teen Night at the Pool.
Welcome the beginning of spring at the annual Daffodil Days event! Organized by the Spring Hill Recreation Commission, Daffodil Days is hosted at the Spring Hill Civic Center and includes a vendor fair, games, contests, inflatables and giveaways. Visit the event website to learn more.
Spring Hill Farmers Market
Each summer and fall season, local vendors gather for the Spring Hill Farmers Market. The event takes place 7:30 a.m. to noon every Saturday, rain or shine, through September in the Spring Hill Baptist Church parking lot, 406 W. Nichols St. Spend a morning shopping for your favorite homemade and homegrown goodies! Visit the Farmers Market Facebook page for more information.