Schedule Change - Car Show2/15/2017 The Sturgis Falls Celebration Board announces that the 2017 annual car show will be suspended as the Board continues to seek another lead organization to coordinate and manage the car show event.
For the past 10 years the PIPAC organization, assisted by the Cedar Valley Jeep Owners club, has managed the Car Show for Sturgis Falls. In November 2016, both organizations announced their retirement from the Car Show coordination. The Sturgis Falls Board greatly appreciates the years of service to the Car Show by PIPAC and CV Jeep Owners.
“We knew the timing to transition another organization to manage the Car Show was crucial”, said Jay Stoddard, Board President. “When you have the potential for 300+ cars with 66 categories to coordinate, review, vote and award in one day, the process is daunting. We (the Board) are confident that an organization will step forward to continue the tradition.”
The 42nd Annual Celebration, themed: Let the Bands Play On, begins Friday, June 23 and closes on Sunday, June 25.
Food Coupon Update12/26/2016 Food Coupon Update
The SFC Board is pleased to inform our vendors and the general public that we will return to cash transactions for the 2017 Celebration. We greatly appreciate both the community support and vendor compliance during the food coupon audit. The audit provided us with information and strategies for moving forward to continue with the 42nd Annual Celebration and the years to come. Thank you!
2017 Theme Announced12/11/2016 The Sturgis Falls Celebration Board is pleased to announce its 42nd Annual Celebration theme: Let the Bands Play On. Mark your calendars for June 23 to 25, 2017 - with family friendly Overman Park music and activities, exciting performances at Gateway Park, shopping options at Gateway Market and Overman Arts and Crafts Fair, Carnival rides and midway games, and many other annual events.
For the past 10 years the PIPAC organization, assisted by the Cedar Valley Jeep Owners club, has managed the Car Show for Sturgis Falls. After careful consideration, both organizations have announced their retirement from the Car Show coordination. The Sturgis Falls Board greatly appreciates the years of service to the Car Show by PIPAC and CV Jeep Owners.
In planning for 2017, the Board seeks another group(s) to lead the coordination and management of the Car Show. Any group(s) interested should contact Jay Stoddard by email at email@example.com to discuss the details.