May, 2017 L-R: Ruthann Noble, Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival Decorating Chair, and Head Scarecrow Marilyn Morris show some of the red and white clothing that has been collected to date to Meaford Business Improvement Area (BIA) members Colleen Dunn and Nancy Ellis. The BIA has supported the invasion and festival since its inception
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If you live in the Municipality of Meaford, you know the Meaford Independent newspaper is the place to get all the local news. Over the past several years the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival has relied on the generosity of the Meaford Independent to ensure that the Scarecrow Invasion is always highlighted in
For many years, Grace Lambe of Grandma Lambe’s Fruit Stand, has been an integral part of the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival. Playing her part well, Grandma Lambe spent many years as the head judge for the annual Apple Pie Baking Contest. After more then a decade as head judge, Grandma Lambe stepped down. Although she
Rogers TV stands true to its company brand to always support its communities! How better to support the Municipality of Meaford then by supporting the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival. Each year, Rogers TV promotes our festival by creating unique TV time for us. The Scarecrow Invasion is always highlighted throughout the months leading
The Meaford Chamber of Commerce has been an active sponsor of the Invasion for many years. The office is often a hub of scarecrow activity in the autumn. Meaford Chamber of Commerce was established in 1897. Its mandate: The Meaford Chamber of Commerce shall be the voice of business and the catalyst through