Springfield Park and Recreation Area is hosting its 11th Annual Cardboard Classic this Saturday, Jan. 27th from 11:00am-3:00pm

The event is a showcase of imaginative sleds,
crafted by kids and parents alike.

The Springfield Park and Recreation Area is gearing up for a day filled with winter wonder and community cheer at the 11th Annual Cardboard Classic. Set for this Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Open to enthusiasts of all ages, the event invites you to bring your innovative cardboard sleds and join in the excitement. Emphasizing winter safety, helmets are a must for every daring sledder. Beyond the thrills of the hill, the day is packed with complimentary food and drinks, ensuring a cozy and delightful experience for everyone.

Participation is completely FREE! Don’t miss out on this beloved community tradition, where joy and laughter are guaranteed to be in abundance.

Carly’s Hill stands as a poignant tribute to Carly Belknap-Budrow, whose joyful spirit continues to inspire the community after a tragic sledding accident in January 2008. Named in her memory, the hill symbolizes both the celebration of life and a profound commitment to safety, embodying the heartfelt decision of her family to transform a place of sorrow into a haven of joy and precaution. Today, Carly’s Hill is not just a landscape for winter fun but a constant reminder of the preciousness of each moment, urging all to cherish and protect the laughter and adventure it brings.

Click here for more information on the event!


Carly's Hill - Fife Lake
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