San Francisco, California
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Date and Time: Saturday, October 17, 2015
In and around the 1916 Courthouse Corner of 3rd st. and Dixie Hwy, in Downtown West Palm Beach
Admission: $10 per person, kids under 3 free (Admission includes food and activities)
This year’s Scarecrow Festival will be on the grounds of the Johnson History Museum. With more space, new committee members and a renewed sense of energy, this year promises to be the best yet! The annual Scarecrow Festival will feature the trademark scarecrow competition, open to the public with cash prizes, a scavenger hunt inside the History Museum, pumpkin decorating, corn shucking contest, live music, an agricultural display by local farmers and much, much more!
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jillian Markwith at 561.832.4164 ext 103
Scarecrow Contest, Festive and Fun Foods, Games, Arts & Crafts, Corn Husk Doll Making, Corn Shucking Contest, Pie Eating Contest for Kids, Agricultural Display, Bake Sale and Much More
2015 Scarecrow Committee: Abby Bebe, Amy Bridger, Elizabeth DeBrule, Sunni Johnson, Jennifer Loyless, Liza Smith, and Sophia Stone
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Historical Society of Palm Beach County
The Historical Society of Palm Beach County is a non-profit organization whose mission is to collect, preserve and share the history of Palm Beach County. The Society maintains a large library on the history of Palm Beach County, Florida and the Caribbean. Through the Society's archives, which include nearly two million photographic images, maps, newspapers, journals, periodicals, architectural drawings, and research files, the Society maintains an active research facility and documents the people and events that have shaped Palm Beach County. In addition, the multiple educational programs and initiatives of the Historical Society in schools and communities are of primary importance to our mission of building an understanding and appreciation of local history in our children.