Spring Fling Festival in Castlegar

Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, the Spring Fling Festival is coming back to down town Castlegar May 2.

Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, the Spring Fling Festival is coming back to down town Castlegar May 2, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be an array of fun activities for all ages including 3 on 3 hockey, community vendors at Kinsmen Park, a classic car show, Kid’s games from noon to 3:00 and local music and entertainment throughout the day.

Organizer Peter Laurie says, “Spring Fling is a true community event with volunteers, vendors, local businesses and performers making this fun day possible. We welcome participants for the hockey tournament and classic car show and still have spots for vendors as well. If you haven’t attended before, please join us this year!”

The 3 on 3 Hockey Tournament will have 3 Divisions:  Junior up to 9 yrs; Intermediate 10-13 yrs; 14+  Adult.   There will be prize money for winning teams in each division. There is a $20.00 entry fee per team, contact Angela  250-365-0014 to sign up.

In other sporting activities, new this year is the inaugural Red Wagon Race  starting outside the library at 1:00. Bring your own wagon and helmet, creativity is welcomed!

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