Auburn CityFest Vendor Application and Volunteers
It’s almost that time
again! The 17th Annual Auburn CityFest is Auburn’s largest FREE outdoor arts
and crafts festival, and it is quickly approaching. Auburn area residents are
invited to enjoy a fun-filled day at Kiesel Park on Saturday, April 29, from 9
a.m. – 4 p.m. Complete with great music, delicious food and an exciting
Children’s Imagination Station, Auburn CityFest 2017 is sure to have something
for everyone in the family!
If you are interested in
becoming an arts & crafts vendor, the 2017 Auburn CityFest Committee is
currently accepting applications. Applications are accepted on a first-come,
first-served basis so please apply as soon as possible. Vendor applications can
be found at http://www.auburncityfest.com/applications.
Auburn CityFest Committee is also looking for individuals, groups or service
organizations to help us make this year our best event yet. We want CityFest to
be a memorable, wonderful experience for not only the attendees but for our
volunteers as well.
applications can be found at www.auburncityfest.com
and must be turned in by Tuesday, April
25. Applications can be turned in at
the Auburn CityFest Headquarters, located at 222 E. Drake Ave., or emailed to
Lizzy Hallmark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Auburn CityFest
Committee would like to invite you to participate in the Juried Art Exhibition
Preview and Reception, presented by the Auburn Arts Association, on Thursday,
April 27, at the Historic Nunn-Winston House from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. To
apply, please visit http://www.auburncityfest.com/juried-art-exhibition.
Application deadlines are
Friday, April 7
Juried Art Show:
Monday, April 24
For more information, please visit www.auburncityfest.com, email Ann Bergman
at email@example.com or call Auburn
CityFest Headquarters at 334.501.2936.
Sam Harris Park
and Walking Trail Closed for Two Months
Harris Park and walking trail, located at 850 Foster Street, will be closed for
approximately two months due to renovations.
The park is tentatively scheduled to reopen in April. For more information, contact The City of
Auburn Parks and Recreation at (334)-501-2930.
S’more Fun with Mum Ticket Sales
Mother and son duos
mark your calendars for the S’more Fun with Mom event. The Kreher Preserve and
Nature Center and the City of Auburn will co-host this program for two
evenings, Thursday and Friday, May 11 and 12 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Rain dates are
set to be on Thursday and Friday, May 18 and 19.
Tickets sales begun on March 14, $30 per couple and $10
for additional sons. Registration is limited to 50 couples per night. Register
online at http://aub.ie/funwithmom.
The evenings includes a night hike, cookout, s’mores and storytelling. Participants
may also visit the craft station to create their own keepsake and commemorate
this special night with a 5x7 portrait. For more information, contact Jennifer
Lolley, Kreher Preserve Outreach administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (334) 844-8091.
Annual Auburn Bike Bash Registration
The City of Auburn, the Auburn Bicycle
Committee and Auburn City Schools will host the 18th annual Auburn Bike Bash.
Cyclists and participants can enjoy this event on Saturday, April 1 from 8 a.m.
to noon at Ogletree Elementary School (737 Ogletree Rd). The event provides
several activities for all ages, such as bicycle rides of varying distances,
bicycle inspections, helmet fittings, exhibits, children’s activities, live
music, door prizes, a cookout and more.
Those wishing to participate can register
online at www.bikebash.org.
also register in-person on the day of the event. The cost is $5 for ages 12 and
under and $10 for ages 13 and above.
Auburn Bike Bash is an event to encourage
biking, endorse bicycle safety, promote the health benefits of biking and
emphasize local bike-friendly trails and areas. The 2017 routes will provide
great rides for cyclists of all abilities. Route distances of 3, 9 and 17 miles
will take riders through a variety of Auburn neighborhoods and beyond.
For more information, or if you are
interested in becoming a sponsor for Auburn Bike Bash, please visit www.bikebash.org.
Season Water Aerobics Instructor
Summer is just
around the corner! Do you have an interest in teaching water aerobics with the
City of Auburn? The Aquatics Staff is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated
instructor for its Water Workout for Women and Water Aerobics classes for
summer 2017. If you would be interested in partnering with Auburn City Pools to
teach water aerobics, or any other aquatics-related classes, please contact
Whitney Morris, Aquatics and Special Events Coordinator, at email@example.com or (334) 501 – 2948.
Auburn Stride Walkers
Auburn Parks and Recreation Department is offering a walking program, Auburn
Stride Walkers, for citizens who are interested in walking various City walking
trails as a group. Walks will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9
a.m. Participants can walk at their own
pace and distance. The Auburn Stride
Walkers is a great way to have fun, make friends, and walk your way into a
Mar. 27 Yarbourough Tennis Center
Mar. 29 Charlotte & Curtis Ward Bike Path
Mar. 31 Hickory Dickory Park
program is open to all ages and is free to the public. Participants are encouraged to bring bottled
water and wear comfortable walking shoes.
For more information, please contact Dee Watson at 501-2948. Walks will be held at the Village Mall on
rainy days or when the temp. is 30 degrees and below. Call time and temp. @ 334-745-6311 for