Issaqueena Festival/Music Fest
The Issaqueena Festival will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2021, 11:00 a.m. until 4 p.m. in downtown Six Mile. Free entertainment for both adults and children is provided with plenty of room to sit down and enjoy. Food vendors and arts and crafts vendors will line Main Street. Vendor applications will be accepted starting sometime in February. Each vendor must provide his or her own table and tent. Limited water and electrical hook-ups are available.
The “Swingin’ Medallions” will be performing at 4 p.m. in the Six Mile Farmers Depot. A great way to close out the festival!
Considerations will be made for everyone’s health and safety.
Memorial Day Celebration
The Town will honor our fallen heroes on traditional Memorial Day at Six Mile Town Hall. The public is invited to attend.
Independence Day Celebration
Independence Day Celebration in Six Mile will be held at Ponderosa Park. A schedule of events may include inflatables for kids, bicycle parade, fire truck water fountain, old-fashioned games, music, and entertainment, and, of course, FIREWORKS. Also, hot dog plates, popcorn, cotton candy and lemonade may be served. Please bring your own blankets and chairs.
Community Trick or Treat
A community trick or treat will be held on Main Street. Businesses and many of the residents along Main Street will be giving out candy. Churches will also be represented with booths or “trunks”. The last four years were a HUGE success, and we are planning on as much, if not more this year!
The Christmas Parade is the first Saturday in December at 10:30 am. With a rain date of the first Sunday in December at 2:00 pm. The 1st parade was in 1970 and has been an annual event ever since. The Christmas Parade Committee is chaired by Kayla Holtzclaw and she has several Six Mile residents that help her with the parade. If you want to be in the Christmas Parade, please complete the entry form below and fax to 864-868-0733 or email to Kayla@hwmorrislaw.com.
Ole Fashioned Christmas
Ole Fashioned Christmas is a holiday tradition in Six Mile which brings the sights and sounds of the season to downtown Six Mile. The Ole Fashioned Christmas is held the Thursday evening before the Christmas Parade. Shop owners provide refreshments.The evening includes lighting the town’s Christmas lights, along with the lighted luminaries all along Main Street. There is also singing by elementary school students and others.