The Friends of Historic Spring City are pleased to announce our annual Spring City Heritage Day, on Saturday, May 27, 2017 and dedication of the Old School Community Center on May 26, 2017.
DatesThe Friends of Historic Spring City are pleased to announce our annual Spring City Heritage Day, on Saturday, May 27, 2017. This event includes a tour of many of the town’s charming, mid-19th Century pioneer homes and buildings, including the Old Spring City School, will be FINISHED and dedicated on May 26, 2017.
Tickets purchased online, may be picked up at Will Call in the Main Street Historic Firehouse. Tickets for Saturday's Home Tour are $10 for adults and $5 for children, and can be purchased from 9am to 2pm at the Old School or the Main Street Firehouse.
Funds benefit preservation and restoration efforts in Spring City. Currently the Friends are working to raise money to pay for the loan portion of a Community Impact Board (CIB) grant/loan that Spring City was awarded. The Friends currently are raising $174,000 to match a grant that will pay off the Community Impact Board (CIB) loan.
Dedication of Old School Community Center
This beautiful old structure will be completed for this Heritage Day and there will be a DEDICATION on Friday May 26, 2017 @ 1:00 pm.
The second floor will include a large ballroom for receptions and community programs, plus art and cultural events. A Wall of Honor, composed of engraved plaques, will be displayed as a permanent show of gratitude to all those who have made substantial contributions to the restoration of this magnificent building. (Plaques may honor donors, their ancestors, or even stand as a memorial to an individual or family.) Look for the Friends of Historic Spring City kiosk, where you can ask any questions or make Wall of Honor donations.The Old Spring City School is the current major project which has made significant progress in the past year.
We anticipate the Old School Community Center to be ready for occupants, including Spring City Offices and the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers (DUP) .
FoodBreakfast will be for sale at the Bowery just behind the Old School Community Center at 150 East Center from 8AM-10AM. Lunch will be served at the Bowery from 11:30AM-1:00PM. Food is also available at one of the three great eateries in town: Das Cafe on Main St., Spring City Grill on 2nd North and 100 East, and Spring City Soda Fountain on Main St.
Spring City leads the way in historic preservation and restoration in Utah. The town was designated a national historic district in the late 1970s, and since that official designation, over 50 of our local historical structures have been lovingly restored.
ART SQUARED: A silent auction (“Art Squared”) will also be held at the Old School, where patrons bid on one-foot square paintings by well known Spring City artists, including Lee Bennion, Susan Gallacher, M’Lisa Paulsen, Doug Fryer, Kathleen Peterson, Cassandria Parsons, Lynn Farrar, Ken Baxter, and other Utah artists. Our annual art and antique sale will be held at the Old School Community Center on the second floor. Additional works by well-known artists will be on sale at the Old School, and in local galleries.
A craft sale featuring items like Shibori hand-dyed silk scarves, handmade jewelry, homemade jams, handcrafted aprons, and many other items.
Bring the kids to the Community Center at 1:00PM for crafting fun.
BRIAN STUCKIBrian Stuki-an operatic tenor will be performing free mini-concerts in the historic Spring City Chapel on Main Street, Spring City, UT during Heritage Day. The concerts are scheduled for:
11:00AM, 12:00PM, and 1:00PM.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear a voice the Salt Lake Tribune calls "heaven sent."
He also is 1/3 of Ultimi . Ultimi combines the vocal and instrumental talents of Isaac Hurtado, Tyler Nelson and Brian Stucki. Joining forces in February, 2014, The three have separately performed well over 100 operatic tenor roles combined and numerous concerts across the US and abroad. The name "ULTIMI" means "Latest" and recently they have produced their first album.
"This season, Brian Stucki joins Florentine Opera for his first performances of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni and the Phoenix Symphony for Mozart’s Requiem in the 2016-17 season. He also joins the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for Beethoven’s rarely performed dramatic oratorio Christus am Ölberge"–Guy Barzilay Artists."