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Join the Village of Spring Grove’s Community Engagement Committee for their first annual Oktoberfest at Horse Fair Park.  Live entertainment from Die Kenosha Musikanten, German Food from OMA’s cookbook, German beers, Stein Holding Contests, Cabbage Bowling and so much more fun!

This is a 21 and older event. Prost!

Document Destruction/Textile Recycling

Saturday, October 1st from 9:00 a.m. to noon bring your sensitive and private documents for secure document destruction by Flood Brothers Disposal.

Helping Hands Recycling will also be on site to collect items such as clothing, small home goods, kitchen items, and toys. See a complete list here of what they will accept.

Helping Hands Recycling collects unwanted textiles and resells them in the U.S. and abroad, effectively diverting millions of pounds of clothing from landfills, they will collect items from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

The event will be in the Spring Grove Municipal Centre Parking Lot located at 7401 Meyer Road.

Passing of Village Official

We lost a great person in our village this week. Village Trustee Tom Sanders passed on July 1. Tom was a lifelong resident and servant of our community.

He started his service as Village Trustee in 1992 and became Village President in 2005 until his appointment to Chief of Police in 2007. Tom served on various committees throughout his tenure: Building & Zoning, Roads, Public Works, Finance, Architectural Review and Personal Committee. His contributions and vision of our community helped it to grow to the wonderful community we have today.

As Chief of Police, Tom was an honorable man who always put the best interests of his officers ahead of his own needs and served as a mentor for many officers in his career. He was a hands-on Chief, putting in long hours working beside his officers and leading by example.

Tom retired in 2021 and once again became a public servant as Village Trustee. His knowledge of the village will never be duplicated.

Tom was a dedicated husband, father, and grandfather who will be greatly missed by his family and community. Our deepest sympathies go out to his wife Mary and family. The village has lowered all flags to half-staff in honor of our hero Tom Sanders until his memorial service has concluded.

View Service information here. Friday’s funeral procession will be as follows; from Thompson Funeral Home, south on Wilmot Road to Main Street, west on Main Street to Blivin Street, south on Blivin Street, through the Village Hall parking lot, north on Meyer Road, west on Route 12, south on Winn Road ending at the Intermatic lot. Please see map attached.

Mark Eisenberg
Spring Grove Village President

Fish Boil Fundraiser

This Friday, June 24th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. join us at Horse Fair Park for our annual Fish Boil Fundraiser. This annual event raises funds for repairs and maintenance at our Fish Hatchery Park. Fitzgerald’s Genoa Junction will be serving up their delicious boiled cod, chicken and ribs, there will be a silent auction, beverages for all ages, and entertainment from Judson Brown Band from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Dinner is $20 for fish/chicken, $23 for fish/chicken/ribs and $7 for a kids meal.

2022 Farmers Markets

The Spring Grove Farmers Market is this Saturday, August 20th from 8:00 a.m. to Noon in Main Street Park. Watch for our signs around town! Find goods from Blanton’s Blossoms, El Rancho De Marco, Foxy’s Feel Good Boutique, Gifted Woodstock LLC, J3 Jazzy Jewels, LLC, Jaspure’s Pastures Produce, Jem’s Homestead, Deborah & Amy Maliszewski, Momma P’s Salsa, Nature’s Feed, Ronald Zimmerman, Sally Renz Succulents and Plants, SEM Illustrations, Used2bFence. New vendors each month. Farmers Markets are every third Saturday through October.

Summer Rec Brochure

The Summer Rec Brochure is ready! Summer programs include Might Mites T-Ball, Mini Kickers, Junior Summer Camp, Horseback riding lessons, Snapology Programs and more.

New Spring Grove Park Sign

In 1941, St. Peter’s Church received ten acres of land adjoining the church’s property to the north. The property was transformed into a baseball diamond with lights, a viewing stand and a playground. In 1984, the village purchased 10 acres between this property and Horse Fair Park to develop it into Spring Grove Park. A road, parking and more playing fields were added.

In 1986, the village signed a lease with St. Peter’s for the use of their baseball field for the community and agreed to maintain them. Throughout the years, many fun memories of watching and playing ball have been made there.

In recognition of the church’s continuing contribution to the community at Spring Grove Park, a new entry sign to the park was designed and now reads “St. Peter’s Church Field at Spring Grove Park”. I would like to thank Father Joe and the St. Peter’s Church congregation for their continued support of our community.

Mark Eisenberg, Village President

Yard Waste Collection

Flood Brothers offers yard waste collection from April 1st until December 1st on the same day as your refuse and recycling. Up to eight bundles, bags, or cans can be put out each week. There is no extra fee for this. If using cans (no larger than 35 gal.) please pick up a free Yard Waste Only sticker at the Village Municipal Center for each can. Click here for more information on yard waste collection and other services Flood Brothers offers.

Horse Fair Park Rentals

Residents can reserve Horse Fair Park starting Monday, January 10! Amenities include the indoor/outdoor pavilion with a refrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave, bar and picnic tables and an outdoor grill, port-a-potty, and volleyball & basketball courts with equipment.

Non-residents can reserve the Park starting Monday, February 14. Rental fees are $200 for residents, businesses and organizations, and $380 for non-Spring Grove residents, businesses and organizations. View the application and more info…