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Scarecrows In The Garden at Biedenharn Museum and Gardens

Ralph Calhoun, an associate of the Biedenharn Museum and Gardens, announced the 3rd annual "Scarecrows in the Garden" where multiple nonprofit organizations compete in a scarecrow display competition. The winner will be able to hang their scarecrow on the gate to the garden and also receive a pumpkin styled trophy for a year as well as a smaller trophy that they get to keep permanently. The competition was held October 26 from 3-8 p.m. and was a great event to expose people to a great local spot. 

When speaking about the event and its history and where it can go, Ralph said "We want to make this a fun event. We did it two years ago and had to cancel last year, but I really think this is an event that will become a very big deal in the next few years for the community. I really want it to be a staple for our community." Biedenharn Museum and Gardens will allow people to visit the garden free of charge to see the scarecrows Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

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