Fall Festival and Scarecrow Competition at Greenwich Historical Society
Featuring bluegrass swing band Too Blue.
This Sunday, October 13, celebrate the harvest season at the Historical Society's Fall Festival community event. Activities for children of all ages include crafts, colonial games and a special harvest-themed tour of Bush-Holley House. Hayride tours of the Strickland Road Historic District (home of Bush-Holley House) courtesy of Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses Scarecrow Competition with prizes by Cos Cob TV & Audio, Ann's Hobby Center and Smart Kids' Toys!
Entry fee includes "the bones," hay for stuffing, twine and a burlap sack for the head. Contestants bring clothing and accessories from home. Refeshments, including butternut squash and corn soups from Whole Foods and cornbread, apple cider and popcorn. Storehouse Gallery admission to the exhibition The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony.
General admission: $10 per person, Scarecrow competition entry fee: $25 ($20 members)
Pay online, by phone or at the door: www.greenwichhistory.org or (203) 869-6899, Ext 10.
During the event, best access to the site and parking is either via Sound Shore Drive or via River Road.
General admission: $10 per person, Scarecrow competition entry fee: $25 ($20 mem
(203) 869-6899, Ext 10
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