The Annual Lions Club Christmas Parade of Lights was held last Friday night to a large crowd of spectators. It traveled from Buford Park down Connally to Celebration Plaza and back Church Street to Houston.
The 2014 Winners were recently announced. Overall winner went to “Thomas the Train” sponsored by the City of Sulphur Springs and Mayor’s Award went to the Grinch-themed Discount Wheel and Tire float.
This year’s top photo exemplifies how being a good photographer is not just about having the most expensive equipment, but the eye for the art of photography.
It was a difficult decision for the judges but the Sulphur Springs Worldwide Photo Walk is announcing the winners of the fifth annual event sponsored by the Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance.
Taking the First Place ribbon was fifth-year participant photographer Malorie Padron of Sulphur Springs with her entry highlighting the Hopkins County Veterans Memorial and America flag flown over Celebration Plaza. Padron said she usually uses her Canon EOS 35mm camera but this year she used her cell phone camera.
Three-year old Aidee Cortez waits for a frozen treat with her cousin Ashley Aguilar while attending a recent event held on Celebration Plaza. Kids' Night will be a final farewell to summer this Friday evening, Aug. 22 from 6-9 p.m. hosted by the City of Sulphur Springs.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Then make plans to come to Sulphur Springs and celebrate the annual “30 East Music Festival” starting on Thursday, March 27.
“We have a great lineup of artists set to play and are always looking for more,” said Sulphur Springs Community Development Director, Shane Shepard. “30 East Music Fest is the perfect venue to showcase their gifts.”
Gus Gustafson, the Community Development Specialist and Event Organizer, welcomes everyone to come out and enjoy this free event at the Celebration Plaza in the heart of Sulphur Springs.