Anyone up for scarecrow building?

Tiger Lily Farm is gearing up for its annual scarecrow event

Tiger Lily Farm is having its annual Harvest Festival this Sunday, packed with activities and a scarecrow competition.

Some of the activities include face painting, horseback riding demos, pony and wagon rides and scarecrow building. There will be also be a corn roast courtesy of Silver Meadows Farm.

The scarecrow competition is free to enter and will be judged Oct. 8.  People are encouraged to bring scarecrow accessories or they can use the ones at the farm, and there will be plenty of hay for stuffing.

Once the scarecrows are complete, people can hop aboard the wagon ride and plant the scarecrows in the forest. All Harvest Festival activities run throughout the day from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m

For more information visit www.tigerlilyfarm.ca.

 

 

 

 

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