Have you noticed all the scarecrows around town? It’s already getting pretty darn
spooky, but time is running out fast to get in on the fun and make things downright scary.
This coming Saturday, Oct. 22, at 6 p.m. is the cutoff to get your scarecrow on the
street and registered, so there’s not a moment to lose. Voting starts bright and early the next day, when Edmonds citizens and visitors start casting ballots for the top entries in each of six categories: Residential, Food and Beverage Providers, Retail Businesses, Service Providers, Financial/Insurance/Real Estate, and Government/Art/School/Civic Organizations.
Need some inspiration? Check out last year’s top scarecrows here. Don’t miss out on what will undoubtedly be the hands-down best, most fun, and most uplifting election contest this season.
For more information on how to register, instructions on how to build a scarecrow,
contest rules and more, go to the Edmonds Historical Museum’s Scarecrow Festival web page here.