Shelbyville Scarecrow Daze

Scarecrow Daze 

                                                                                    October 6-7, 2017 
 

This year's theme is: "Song of the Scarecrow"

Please check back for updates, Times and events may change
Friday, October 6th
5:00 - 6:30 pm
Knights of Columbus and Shelby County Senior Center Fish Fry at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on North Route 128
5:00 - 8:00 pm Steak, chicken or ham loaf dinners at the American Legion at N. Morgan and 2nd St.
Saturday, October 7th
7 - 9 am Vendors set up on Main Street
9 am - 3 pm Art, Craft, and Food Vendors-Downtown
10:00 am
Scarecrow Daze Annual Parade. The parade will start at Forest Park, go down N. Morgan Street towards 1st street and end there. Grand Marshall is Bill Bly
11 am - 12 pm Registration for Tot Rod Tractor Pull, East side of Main Street School-back playground
11 am - 1 pm Silvertown Band @ the Mini Park
11 am - 2 pm Bob Niestradt's Cider Press @ the Mini Park
11 am - 3 pm FREE Hayrides
11 am - 3 pm Kids Area at Main Street School- games, inflatables, facepainting, and more. $10 bands include all the games and inflatables.
11 am - 3 pm "Make It and Take It" Scarecrows per scarecrow at Mini Park. Price $10
11:30 am - 12:15 pm Wizard of Oz Musical Show by Emily Amato Miller @ the Public Library on N Morgan
Noon Tod Rod Tractor Pull-sponsored by Sloan Implement & Barketr Implement at Main Street School
1 pm - 2 pm TBD
2 pm - 3 pm Joe and Emily Amato @ the Mini Park
3 pm Vendor tear down and clean up.
Town-Wide garage sales on Friday and Saturday
All Events and times are subject to change
For more info, call  217-774-2221

 

Volunteers Needed for Shelbyville Scarecrow Daze

By: Michael Pickett (September 5)

 

Shelbyville Scarecrow Daze is is right around the corner, and one thing that is always needed is more volunteers to help coordinate the event. Those who would like to volunteer can easily do so by contacting the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce.
 
Vonda McConnell with the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce says without volunteers, there's no way the event could take place.
 
 
Volunteering for the event is easy says McConnell, simply by contacting the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce.
 
 
McConnell appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show live from our downtown Shelbyville Studios.
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