Scene in Edmonds: Scarecrow building on waterfront

Scarecrow building at work outside Waterfront Coffee. (Photo by Larry Vogel)

Under construction in front of Waterfront Coffee, and just in time for the annual Edmonds Historical Museum Scarecrow Festival, is a stunning larger-than-life depiction of none other than Jack Skellington (aka Jack the Pumpkin King), Tim Burton’s lovable, well-intentioned, but fatally flawed hero of the 1993 classic film “Nightmare Before Christmas.”

Sure to be a contender in this year’s voting, Jack Skellington joins a growing number of scarecrows in the Edmonds downtown area.

More information on the Scarecrow Festival including dates, how to enter, and even how to build a scarecrow is available on the Edmonds Historical Museum Scarecrow Festival website.

2 Replies to “Scene in Edmonds: Scarecrow building on waterfront”

  1. I love the guys/gals at Waterfront Coffee! Their Halloween decor is always uber creative. A fun place with great community spirit (not to mention outstanding coffee and treats). Jack Skellington is a nice addition to the neighborhood – well done!


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