Thursday's Kids and T(w)eens: Scarecrow Festival

Hi Friends,

How is everything going this week?

I'm entertaining all of the adults this week with my impressive SAT vocabulary (or as Mommy says, "starting to say more things...")  Yesterday I said "Cow" and "Ice" (aka Rice).  Mommy is trying to work on "baby" or "Sadie" or "sister" ...but then I respond with "Daddy."  Boy, do I get her!  Haha.

Perhaps my next word will be "scarecrow"?

So what do you like to do with your older ones (kids +) during the Fall?  Haunted Houses?  Scary movies?  What else do they or you enjoy together?

We found a festival that the whole family (even the young ones) may enjoy, and it's a way to get out of town: Scarecrow Festival in Chappell Hill.  We actually went to their Bluebonnet Festival a few years ago, and we really enjoyed it.

Scarecrow Festival: October 13 and 14

Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 5 pm

More from the Chappell Hill Historical Society:

The Festivals boasts more than 250 juried exhibitors (home d├ęcor, gardening, artists, craftsmen, jewelry, clothing, etc.), delicious country-style food, live entertainment and music, and tours of the historic community. A special Children’s Activity Corner provides pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, barrel train and more.  Admission is free to the festival and museum. Convenient parking for cars, buses and handicapped persons is available.

The Festivals are hosted by the Chappell Hill Historical Society, a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the community's history and historic buildings.

The Society's goal is to stage a high-quality, fun show in the downtown, National Historic District. Our town is located among some of the most scenic areas of Washington County and boasts friendly people and a casual lifestyle.

The festival area is Main Street, Poplar Street, and the property behind the Visitor's Center.

If you go ... let us know about your trip!

Be sure to stop by our blogs tomorrow to enjoy some Foodie Fun on Friday (Organics from Whole Foods Market!).  You can also read us at Mad About Town.

-Mad Max


@Mandi411 said...

We attend the Scarecrow Festival every year, children included. It's a gret way to spend the day together, as well as, pick up a few creative Christmas gifts along the way. Enjoy!

Mad Max and Family said...

Mandi, thanks for sharing and for stopping by!

We definitely want to make it in the future.


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