Step into Spring this year by exploring the 2017 Spring Festival of Flowers. This festival is an annual event that the students and community have come to look forward to every year!
About The Spring Festival of Flowers
The Festival Hours are:
Friday, April 7th – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, April 8th – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday, April 9th – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Vendor Proceeds go towards raising money for scholarships, student field trips, student computers and any other needs for students. The University of Florida and the Pensacola State College Milton Campus are the two places that put on The Spring Festival of Flowers. This is a very large festival, and the event is incredibly popular in Florida. It will feature all types of things for you to do and see such as check out arts & crafts, eat food, listen to music and many other things! Admission is free, and this event is open to the public!
Educational Booths At the 2017 Spring Festival of Flowers
The Spring Festival of Flowers will also have fun educational booths about wildlife for your backyard, cooking with herbs and vegetables, master gardener flower show and a local horticulture extension agent! Here are a few of the events that you can look forward to at this year’s show!
- Wildlife in Your Backyard
- Cooking with Herbs & Vegetables
- Explore Flower Show by Milton Garden Club
What Can You Do At the 2017 Spring Festival of Flowers?
Of course, there will be a lot of plants and flowers to draw in plant enthusiasts from all around! The Spring Festival of Flowers will also have crafts areas where you can get in on the fun and make some crafts for yourself. There will be many plant vendors and any plants that are sold. The money from them will go to UF Milton and PSC Scholarships/UF Student Club. There will even be a student plant sale allowing you to buy plants and help support local students.
The Spring Festival of Flowers going on this April is an event that will be fun for anyone – young or old! So, pack up the family in a new vehicle from McKenzie Motors and head to the festival this year!