The 33rd Annual Scarecrow Competition And Festival Return To Peddler’s Village With Pumpkin Pie Eating Contests, Scarecrow Workshops And More

Fall has almost fallen; the scarecrow festivities at Peddler's Village are one of the most highly anticipated events of the season. (Photo by R. Kennedy for GPTMC)

Peddler’s Village, located in charming Bucks County, offers fine dining, boutique shopping, gourmet delights and artful galleries. The village also holds several super popular annual festivals: the Strawberry Festival in spring, the Christmas Lighting in early winter and the Scarecrow Festival in the fall, coming up on September 17-18.

The 33rd Annual Scarecrow Display commences on September 5, and runs through Halloween. Starting September 5, Peddler’s Village will be adorned with more than 100 creative scarecrows, all vying for the top prize, which will be awarded October 30.

Though the scarecrows will be on display for two months, the fun really gets underway the weekend of September 17-18 with the official Scarecrow Festival. Special events and attractions, such as pumpkin painting, live music, scarecrow making, children’s activities and pie eating contests, encourage families to enjoy fall to the fullest extent. The whole festival calendar is online.

Peddler’s Village is an easy hour drive from Philadelphia; don’t miss out on this hotly anticipated annual event!

Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival
Where: Peddler’s Village Road (Routes 202 and 263), Lahaska
When: Saturday, September 17-Sunday, September 18, 10 a.m.06 p.m.
Cost: Free
More info:


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