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Scarecrow Days stand out in Fallbrook

FALLBROOK – Fallbrook looks a little different during the month of October, as Scarecrow Days take over the community.

Every year the town hosts a community-wide display and competition of scarecrows in October. A month of fun awaits all visitors in viewing the craftsmanship of the various scarecrows, and voting for a favorite scarecrow is encouraged also.

The Fallbrook Scarecrow Days was initiated by a small group of residents of Fallbrook in 2011. The residents wanted to share their love of community and promote area businesses. The ScareCREW exhibit their talents by assisting local merchants, schools and homeowners in building various scarecrows. Many “crows” represent a specific business or nonprofit organization – attracting attention while contributing to the fun.

The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce promotes the annual event and hosts the Fallbrook Harvest Faire, Oct. 15.

Most downtown shops and merchants are open Tuesday through Saturday, so visitors can take a day to enjoy small town USA at its best.

Visit for additional information, a complete list of scarecrow locations for public viewing and a ballot to vote for a scarecrow.


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