Scarecrow of the Day: Farmer Joe

Farmer Joe scarecrowHere’s our Scarecrow of the Day from the Edmonds Museum website: Farmer Joe, which can be seen at the corner of 9th Ave and Puget Way, and was built by Kristi Larsen.

You have until Oct. 31 to vote in each of the three categories: Business In The Bowl, Business Outside the Bowl, and Residential. The contest is being held in conjunction with the museum’s 40th anniversary, and the winner will be announced at the Museum’s fundraising banquet Friday, Nov. 8.

Rick Steves of Edmonds-based Europe Through the Back Door will speak at the dinner, which is open to the public.

If you like what you are reading, please consider a weekly, monthly or one-time voluntary donation of any amount to support our work. You can donate via this link.

Leave a Reply