|A scarecrow competitor -Can you |
tell which is human and which is hay?
|A very hopeful Red Sox "fan"|
in the scarecrow competition
|Trying different clothes on our|
scarecrow to help it come alive
|Fastening the clothing and |
accessories on the scarecrow.
|Pile and piles of clothes, jewlery, masks,|
and wigs to help create your scarecrow
|A classic type scarecrow |
featured in the competition.
|Hand carved foam pumpkin crafts |
for sale at the festival.
- This super fun, festive, and creative attraction is totally free for you to enjoy but to partake in the crafts, hayride, inflatables, or scarecrow making, you’ll want to bring cash or a check.
- The ticket booth accepted cash and checks as well.
- Wear sunscreen and bug/tick repellant. The weather was gorgeous when we attended but aside from a few shady areas, most everything is under the direct sun.
- There’s plenty of lawn for you to spread out. Consider bringing a blanket for the kids to spread out on to listen to the music or to have a “home base”.
- The festival is stroller-friendly and everything takes place on grass.
- The only bathrooms available are inside the church and they are available for your use. They were spotlessly clean, ADA Accessible, and there was a Koala-Kare changing table for the little ones.
- Free parking.