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Scarecrows go to the Movies in 2014

 Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival is celebrating the cinema this year. We expect to see creative movie scarecrows invading in September. A  visual phenomenon called persistence of vision -   a series of individual still pictures set into motion creating the illusion of movement – was first described by British physician Peter Mark Roget in 1824. This description was the first step in the development of cinema (Tim Dirks. AMC Film Site). Learn more about the origins of cinema at Film History by the Decade


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Summer Edition of Something to Crow About

Something to Crow About Summer 2014 Enjoy!

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Scarecrow Invasion And Family Festival Sponsors 2014

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors for their support in 2014. Click on the image of the logos to view our sponsors!  

Scarecrow Invasion 2014

Check out:  Scarecrow Invasion Brochure 2014

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Richard Morris

     A workhorse is defined as “a person who works tirelessly, especially at difficult or time-consuming tasks” or “something that is markedly useful, durable, or dependable.” This definitions are a fairly comprehensive description of Richard Morris. Leadership and humility need to be added to be thoroughly comprehensive. Richard has volunteered for the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion