ANSLEY–The small community of Ansley is Strong for a Small Town and has been hosting the Muddy Creek Celebration for 135 years!
The annual weekend festivities kick off on Friday night with fun for the whole family.
Muddy Creek Celebration Treasurer Melissa Schulte said she is excited to bring back the traditional events like the fishing tournament and parade on Saturday, but also looks forward to the new events like axe throwing, a Glow Walk/Run and Dance on Friday night, and even a stilt-walking juggler during the Main Street carnival on Friday.
“Ansley is a small town, it’s kind of a drive-by town on the highway,” Schulte told KCNI/KBBN. “We’ve been doing this for quite a long time and we’re still every year getting new visitors coming in!”
Friday, June 24
Main Street Games (Putt Putt, Face Painting, Dunk Tank, Virtual Golf, Ring Toss, Jumbo Checkers, Root Beer Floats, Balloon Animals, Pluck-A-Duck, Roller Coaster Bowling, Ladder Toss), Food, Entertainment by Mel Shepherd, Glow Walk/Run & Dance
Saturday, June 25
Parade at 11 a.m., Barn Quilting Class, Ansley Art Show, Axe Throwing, Sand Volleyball, Fishing Tournament, Bounce Houses, Yard Games, Kids Races, Craft and Vendor Show, Homemade Ice Cream, Music by Tazy Scott, DJ, Beer Garden
Sunday, June 26
Community Worship Service at 10:30 a.m., Community Potluck
Schulte emphasized the importance of all of the support it takes to put on the Muddy Creek Celebration and thanked all of the volunteers and sponsors.
“Strong in a small town. Again, we’re a very small town just over 440 people. The biggest thing that keeps us going is community involvement,” Schulte said. “The volunteers and the sponsors is what keeps us going every year!”