Dexter Daze 2015 Planning Begins

Planning for the 43rd annual Dexter Daze summer festival has begun. Mark your calenders as the festival dates have been scheduled for Friday, Aug. 14 and Saturday, Aug. 15. We are excited to announce that there will be many new activities this year, as well as many of your favorites from the past.

The committee has decided to keep the same booth layout as last year and increase the number of artist vendors. We plan on having a few new music and entertainment acts in both Mill Creek and Monument Park and would like to conclude the festival with another spectacular Saturday night fireworks display.

One new addition this year will be an all day Chalk the Block event on Jeffords Street. Stay tuned for more details on the event.

If you are interested in applying for a booth, joining a committee, or making a donation to help sponsor an event, then please keep reading.

Become a Sponsor!

Our goal is to continue to provide quality entertainment and activities that are free to the community to enjoy. We cannot accomplish this without the generous sponsorship dollars from our business and community leaders.

If you are interested in sponsoring Dexter’s largest annual event, please view our new sponsorship packages for 2015.

Reserve Your Art Booth Now!

Are you an artist who would like to sell your creations at Dexter? We are now accepting qualified applicants.

Begin the online booth registration process now.

We Want You!

The Dexter Daze Committee is composed of volunteers who plan the events and anyone is welcome to become a part of the group. Please visit the website to see all the different committee needs and evaluate if you might have time to contribute your talents.

The next general planning meeting is Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Dexter District Library.

To contact us or for more information visit www.dexterdaze.org.

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