The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion & Family Festival Committee invites your business to join the 2019 Business Competition by decorating your business in this year’s theme: Scarecrows’ Book Invasion Maybe you have a favourite scarecrow story…. Or maybe your scarecrow is the type of individual who likes to read, write or collect books….. BE CREATIVE! Prizes
Welcome to the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival Business Competition. We are hoping this site will help you in decorating your business or community site for the Invasion. We would like to see scarecrows everywhere! Join the fun and decorate your business or community site with a scarecrow theme or incorporate the yearly theme.
If you’re taking part, make sure we know! Email Mary with your location!!
Here’s our Business Competition blog from 2012.
The 2018 Business Decorating Competition is in full swing. Judging Dates: September 25 and 26, 2018 Registration: BIA be decorated by September 24 Greater Meaford and Indoor displays: E-mail your location by September 22 email@example.com or call 519-538-4968 Info: www.scarecrowinvasion.ca Categories:1. Indoor 2. Outdoor 3. Window Criteria: Scarecrows in the display: originality, creativity and effort.
The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival Business Decorating Competition is looking forward to a banner year to celebrate Canada’s 150. You can decorate to the theme – “Scarecrows Proudly Celebrate Canada’s 150” or do your own unique scarecrow display. Here are the details: Judging Dates: September 26 and 27, 2017 Registration: BIA be decorated
One of Meaford’s newest businesses, Howard Florist and Greenhouses on Margaret Street, has won double honours in this year’s business competition for the best outdoor scarecrow display and the people’s choice award. Each year, the Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival invites businesses in the municipality to create scarecrow displays in one of three categories: indoor,
Meaford’s award-winning Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary with fanfare, fun, and thousands of happy faces that lined the streets of the southern Georgian Bay town in the heart of Ontario’s apple growing country on Sept. 30th amidst two hundred or more scarecrows that are testimony to the community spirit that shines