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A Special “Thank You” To Our Sponsors

Festival Map

Booths 89-112

JQH Parkway & Walnut Entrance

Booths 1-43

ATM

Scarecrow Village

Florence Entrance N Coke Sales

Walnut Street

Booths 81-88

Booths 44-71

Coke Sales

Cider Booths 72-80

Entrance

Coke Sales

T-shirt Sales/Festival HQ Volunteer Tent

National Ave

Coke Sales Cider

“Music at the Inn”

Hampton Entrance Bandstand Main Food Ct

Springfield Vintage Children’s Hands-On Motor Club Area w/ Inflatables

Showwagon STAGE

Springfield Vintage Motor Club Car Display

Take a trip down memory lane as you stroll by these classic cars. Provided by the members of the Springfield Vintage Motor Club, these vintage cars will be on display both Saturday and Sunday with their owners there to tell you their favorite memories of “cruisin’.” The display is located east of the JQH and Walnut Street entrance.

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Scarecrow Village

Find your favorite scarecrow in the Scarecrow Village, located on the west end of the festival. Churches, schools and community groups have all worked hard to build their very own creative scarecrows. Vote for your favorite scarecrow on Saturday and turn in your ballot at the festival headquarters, booth 44-45, in the middle of the festival.

Free Hands-On Activities for Children

MOST-Missouri’s 529 College Savings Plan present hands-on activities for children! Come enjoy inflatables, chalk-art and unique craft activities provided by area non-profit organizations! The children’s area is located at the west end of Cider Days.

Special Thanks Also To...

Springfield City Council, Springfield Police Department, Springfield Public Works, City Utilities, Plaza Realty, Missouri State University, Fassnight Creek Farms, Empire Bank, Midwest Family Broadcasting, All Events Rental, Mark Steele Communications, Nprint Graphix, Clear Creek Golf Carts, Waste Corporation of America, Gott’s to Go, Southwest Audio Visual, Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Company, Southern Missouri Containers, Craig Wagoner & Brentwood Management, Walnut Street Inn, Ebbet’s Field, all Media sponsors, exhibitors, performers and volunteers!


Artist Showcase Clay

Countryside Pottery, Dan Bork, 8 Lilia Potter, Jodi DeJong, 81 Random Acts of Pottery, 28 Good Earth Pottery, Dalton C. Poole, 34 Corvus Moon Pottery, Robert & Ruth Briggs, 47 Copperleaf Studio, Gordon & Terri Balden, 85

Fabric

Giggles & Whimsy, Melissia Holtcamp, 4-5 Sweetie Pies’ Creations, Pam Clouse, 7 Add Attractions, Vickey Boyd, 27 Three Sisters Boutique, Mindy Maddux, 32 Lily K Designs & Holly’s Hobby, Christina McNeely, 36 googoo to you, Carol Duvall, 46 Lilyhill Vintage Designs, Sally Talbot, 61 Designs by Dee, Dee Jennings, 66 Vintique Designs, Linda Blaker & Ruth Tickner, 83 Pet Beds, Burrows & Beyond, Sherrie Fry, 87 Crazy Fingers Creations, Nina Marino, 93 Susan’s Designs, Susan Allen, 96

Glass

Fusion Stained Glass Studio, Erin Frerking, 15 Felicity Glass, Jean Murphy, 51 Heartwood Creations, Anita Hejtmanek, 57 Doss Glass, Craig Doss, 84 Jim the Bottle Guy, James D. Mormann, 97

Jewelry

Made With Aloha Creations, Lori Hoppe, 3 Two Charming Chix, Diane Thaemert, 11-12 Linders Photography, Etc., Jennifer Linders, 13 Wolf Spirit Designs, Carol Flowers, 14 Coup de Rouge, Janet Bujarski, 16-17 Springpatch Jewelry, Bridget Dierks, 21 Adornments by Marilyn, Marilyn Barnes, 24 The Persimmon Tree, Linda Davis, 25 Three Sisters Boutique, Mindy Maddux, 32 Sterling Silver Creations, Vicki Gibson, 35 Earthworks Designs, Sherrie Householder, 38 Funky Relics, Robin Yancey, 40 bhayes designs, Brenda Hayes, 53 Jewels of Art by Margaret, Margaret Dodge, 55

Just Joy Collection, Joy Mason, 59 Lilyhill Vintage Designs, Sally Talbot, 61 Kel’s Custom Designs, Kelly Pearman, 64 Earth, Gems & Relics, Elaine Willig-Wang, 66 Kelly Hamilton, 78

Hollymar Mary Martin Booth 92

Mixed Media

Mythic Masks, Samantha Bean, 30 Birchtree & Lula, Jesse Stone, 58 Kelly Hamilton, 78

Other

Ozark Mountain Dessert Coffee, Pat Dilday, 1-2 Face Art by Bill, Bill Baunach, 10 The Funky Pumpkin, Mary Guccione, 19 Fabulous Hair Feathers, Janet Gray, 22 Six Shooter Leather, James Miller, 29 Carved in Stone, Tim & Niki Knopf, 31 The Intial Co., Karla Gress, 43 The Pie Box, 48 Art By Belle, Crystal Belle Barton, 64 Honey Heaven, 68 Katie Made, Katie Kring, 69 Nature’s Canvas, Linda Horsch, 78 Cutting Edge Creations, Betsy Randolph, 78 Coyote Country Market, Jo Houston, 79 Leatherworks, Gary Gammon, 82 Sister Soups – Dips, Dessert & Dry Mixes, 94-95 Hollymar, Mary Martin, 92 Ted E. Bear’s Toy Factory, 111

Photography

Linders Photography, Etc., Jennifer Linders, 13 Shortleaf Photography, Ryan McCoy, 20 Bluff Spring Photography, Rod Kissinger, 54 Creative Sand Photography, Tiffany Sand, 65

Hoover Music Bandstand Stage 11:00-12:00 – The Woodshed Boys 12:00-1:00 – Rowan’s Crossing 1:00 – 2:00 – Dan Cogell 2:00 – 3:00 – New Monster’s Collective 3:00 – 4:00 – Little Hoover’s Big Band

Reliable Superstore Showwagon Stage 10:30 – 11:00 – Ozark Dance Academy 11:00 – 11:30 – The Skinny Improv 11:30 – 12:30 – Springfield Little Theatre Youth Performance Troupes 12:30 – 1:00 – The Cast of “The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr” 1:00 – 1:30 – Sonshine Dance Troupe 1:30 – 2:00 – Malaika Dancers 2:00 – 2:30 – Ann’s Performing Arts Center 2:30 – 3:00 – Springfield Ballet 3:00 – 4:30 – Pat’s Clogging Studio 4:30 – 5:00 – Steps & Stages Performing Arts Center

Art by Belle Crystal Belle Barton Booth 64

Mythic Masks Samantha Bean Booth 30

Empire Bank Music at the Inn Stage 10:00 – 11:00 – Stringfield 11:00 – 11:30 – Bill Haller 11:30 – 12:30 – Jay Caughron, Street Organ 1:30 – 2:00 – Kevin Cott 2:00 – 3:00 – Jake Wesley Rogers 3:00 – 3:30 – Lija Fonner 3:30 – 4:30 – One Voice

Sunday, September 18, 2011 Hoover Music Bandstand Stage 12:30-1:00 – Missouri State Island Breeze Steele Band 1:00 – 2:00 – The Denzil & Jonathan Band 2:00 – 3:00 – The Woodshed Boys 3:00 – 4:00 – Republic Community Band

Reliable Superstore Showwagon Stage 11:30 – 12:30 – Springfield Little Theatre Youth Performance Troupes 12:30 – 1:00 – The Cast of “The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr” 1:00 - 1:30 – Malaika Dancers 2:00 – 2:30 – Ozark Dance Academy 2:30 – 3:00 – SRO Lyric Theatre 3:00 – 4:00 – SuperCharge 4:00 –4:30 – Petra Ballet Company Empire Bank Music at the Inn Stage 10:00 – 11:00 – Jake Wesley Rogers 11:00 – 11:30 – Polyrhythmic Percussion 11:30 – 12:30 – Jay Caughron, Street Organ 12:30 – 1:30 – Randy Buckner 1:30 – 2:00 – Lija Fonner 2:00- 3:00 – Lyal Strickland 3:00 – 4:00 – One Voice 4:00- 5:00 – Rowan’s Crossing *2:00pm Saturday and Sunday “Along Route 66,” a presentation by David Eslick located inside the Walnut Street Inn **Performance schedule suject to change.

Nature’s Canvas Linda Horsch Booth 78

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Wood

The Spoonworks, Dave Leedham, 26 Norman’s Handcrafted Furniture, Mark Hicks, 39 The Name Frame Place, Kevin Ledford, 41-42 Carl’s Creations, Carl Rauh, 62 DePietro’s Crafts, Helen DePietro, 91

Crazy Fingers Creations Nina Marino Booth 93

Food Vendors

Media Sponsors/Organizations The Deal Chicken, 76 KRBK, 77 Springfield Roller Girls, 98 Springfield News-Leader, 99 Petra Ballet Company, 100

Performance Schedule Saturday, September 17, 2011

CASA of Southwest Missouri & AO, Inc., 101 Camp Barnabus, 102 Grace United Methodist Church, 103 SNAP (Spay Neuter Assistance Program), 104 Humane Society of Southwest Missouri, 105

Girls for Good, 106 City of Springfield Public Works, 107 MOST – Missouri’s 529 College Savings Plan, 108 Ozarks Food Harvest, 112 Springfield-Greene County Park Board, 113

Amycakes Bakery, 33 Fria, 49 Just Nuts, 50 Rock’n Ribs Brats, 50a Oh Fudge, 56

The Coffee Ethic, Cider Stands, 80 & 109 Rocco’s Pizza, Florence & Walnut Tropical Treats, Hampton & Walnut Peruvian & South American Foods, Food Tent Crosstown BBQ, Food Tent

Casper’s, Food Tent Ozarks Country Kettle Corn, 89 Corn Dude, 90 Jack’s Ice Cream, 110

Cider Days 2011 Program  

Information on vendors, performances and sponsors.