Mark your calendars for the Eighth Annual Festival scheduled for
September 20 and 21, 2014!
I want to thank the Festival Committee and all of the hard-working individuals who made the 2013 Festival the success that it was. To my wonderful sponsors, thank you for you make this festival possible. We couldn't do this without you. Our talented artists were varied and plentiful. Thank you for your continued support.
The Second Annual Dog Parade on Saturday morning was a big hit with 97 entries this year. The entertainment was top notch and enjoyed by all attending. Vince & Joe's Gourmet Market, Twisted Rooster and our specialty food vendors provided a little something for everyone. The Historical Commission, DIA and Charity Musiconce again added to the festivities with activities for young and old alike. I can't forget all of the volunteers who tirelessly worked where needed. The Mount Clemens Regulars Vintage Baseball Team added to the fun with games on both Saturday and Sunday. And we were blessed with good weather!
Again, my sincere thanks to all.
I look forward to the 8th Annual Festival of the Senses scheduled for
September 20 & 21, 2014.
See you there!
Mary Ann Hosey, Festival of the Senses Chairperson
Your 2013 Festival of the Senses Organizing Committee.
Mary Ann Hosey, Robert Cannon, Sue Bannow, Mike Scott, Debbie Staller, Jim Hungerford, Maxwell Heiderer, Jessica Holden and Joseph Peruzzi
The Festival of the Senses is conducted without taxpayer dollars thanks to artist fees and donations from corporate and individual sponsors.
In 2013 we again include Vintage Baseball organized by the Mount Clemens Regulars and our second annual Dog Parade hosted by the Festival of the Senses, the Macomb Community College Veterinary Technician Program and Parkway Small Animal and Exotic Hospital.
A special thanks to our sponsors! Sponsors
The Clinton Township Festival of the Senses Committee would like to express its sincere "thank you" for the continuous support of our many sponsors and artists.
Thank you, too, to our Historical Commission and Society, our generous volunteers, entertainers, food vendors and patrons. You make the festival the wonderful event it is!
The Annual Festival of the Senses is just one of a number of community events that help make Clinton Township a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. Because it is held on the grounds of the beautiful township Civic Center, we think the event's surroundings are conducive to fully enjoying art, entertainment and a great assortment of food.
The Clinton Township Festival of the Senses Committee
"The world is but a canvas to our imagination" Henry David Thoreau