SpringFest Draws Thousands, Connects Residents to Local Businesses

SpringFest Draws Thousands, Connects Residents to Local Businesses

On Saturday, March 2, 2024, the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber hosted its 3rd Annual SpringFest. Thousands of residents attended, thanks to Chamber of Commerce weather, to shop over 140 local businesses around the lakefront setting at Palm Coast’s Central Park. SpringFest was sponsored by Gary Yeomans Honda and Elo Roofing.

SpringFest was created via a cooperative partnership between the public and private sector and was designed to help connect local businesses to residents. SpringFest 2024 was a family and pet-friendly event that was completely free for residents and business owners, thanks to a grant partnership with CareerSource Flagler-Volusia.

St. Augustine musical act, MADAM, rocked the main stage at SpringFest 2024, playing hits for attendees and many exhibitors hosted prize giveaways for attendees. Gary Yeomans Honda gave away a 55-inch TV to one lucky visitor. Finally, attendees enjoyed a Kung Fu Demonstration from the Dragon Institute in Bunnell, FL. 

Parents were thankful for the kid-friendly activities, such as bounce houses, face painting, train rides, and meeting firefighters and Sheriff’s deputies. Food trucks guaranteed attendees are well-fed and the walking path around the lake at Central Park helped attendees walk off lunch.

The Chamber announced the dates for SpringFest 2025, which is Saturday, March 1, 2025! Spaces are available now for reservations. For more information, please visit www.FlaglerCountyBizExpo.com.