The Association of Poinciana Villages (APV), Florida’s largest homeowners association, has announced that this year’s Spring Fest will be held on March 25th. One of the most popular events of the year, APV’s Annual Spring Fest brings out hundreds of residents to celebrate Easter.
This year’s event is being held at Vance Harmon Park from noon until 3:00 p.m. The event, which features pictures with the Easter Bunny, age-grouped egg hunts, and even a helicopter egg drop, promises to be a fun day for the whole family.
“Every year, more and more Poinciana families join us for this wonderful Easter event,” said Mark Maldonado, General Manager of APV. “We will have games and prizes, food trucks and bounce houses. Plus, families won’t want to miss our crowd-favorite, the helicopter egg drop, where hundreds of Easter eggs will be dropped from the sky to the delight of all the kids.”
Spring Fest is being held at Vance Harmon Park located at 50 Country Club Road in Poinciana. The event is free and all residents are invited to attend.
The Annual Spring Fest is just one of the many major events APV hosts throughout the year for residents and community members. Other events include the Annual Christmas Parade and Celebration, the Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular, and the Annual Trunk or Treat and Family Harvest Party. For more information about upcoming events and activities, please visit http://apvcommunity.com/lifestyle.
About the Association of Poinciana Villages
The Association of Poinciana Villages, Inc. (APV) is one of the largest homeowner’s associations in the United States, serving more than 65,000 residents. The 47,000-acre, unincorporated, suburban community encompasses both Polk and Osceola counties, perfectly nestled between Haines City and Kissimmee, Florida. The Association of Poinciana Villages maintains its core vision of continuing to be one of the best places in all of central Florida to live and raise a family. Visit apvcommunity.com for more information.