HURLEYVILLE — The 2nd Annual Hurleyville Scarecrow Festival will be held on Sunday, October 8th from noon to 4 p.m. at the Hurleyville O & W Rail Trail parking lot on Main Street in Hurleyville.
Sponsored by the Town of Fallsburg, with support from the Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce, Thompson Sanitation and Bold Gold Media, the Hurleyville Scarecrow Festival will be an afternoon of free entertainment, vendors, live music and dance, plus specials at Hurleyville businesses.
Scarecrows will appear throughout town, and a prize will be offered in the 2nd Annual Scarecrow Selfie Contest. Take selfies with each scarecrow and post on Facebook and Instagram, tagging each picture with #hurleyvillescarecrows.
Main Street Dance will have a live performance at the parking lot, and visitors can also enjoy the paved O & W Rail Trail, as well as specials and sidewalk sales at Hurleyville restaurants and
businesses. Food will be available at the Pickled Owl and Casa Mia Restaurant, with food vendors also at the event.
Live music by Carmine Gontz, The AVEnue musical duo, and Heart’s Song will be featured during the festival, with support from Party Master.
A bouncy house, scavenger hunt, craft activities and playground will be available for kids.
The Sullivan County Museum will be open for the day, featuring the Frederick Cook Exhibit, the Honorable Lawrence Cooke Exhibit, as well as corn hole and ping pong games. There will also
be live music at the museum beginning at 2pm. The featured performers at the museum are Little Sparrow with special guests Henry Simon and Jay Brooks.
Admission to the Hurleyville Scarecrow Festival is free and is open to everyone. Bring friends and have fun!
Visit Hurleyville Scarecrow Festival on Facebook for more information.
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