Volunteers needed for 2021 Scarecrow Festival

  • Volunteers are needed to help work the information tents for the 2021 Scarecrow Fest. Interested individuals can contact the St. Charles Business Alliance for more information.

    Volunteers are needed to help work the information tents for the 2021 Scarecrow Fest. Interested individuals can contact the St. Charles Business Alliance for more information. Courtesy of St. Charles Business Alliance

 
 
Updated 9/21/2021 4:27 PM

The 2021 St. Charles Scarecrow Festival is looking for individuals to volunteer some of their time for the event on Oct. 8-10.

Volunteers will be needed to help work the two information booths: one in Lincoln Park and the other at the Municipal building.

 

Volunteers can sign up on the event's SignUpGenius page at www.signupgenius.com for various two to three hour slots throughout the weekend.

There also will be a need for volunteers to assist with the clean-up on Sunday from 4:30 to 7 p.m.

Volunteers can sign up until Friday, Oct. 1.

Any questions on volunteering for the event can be sent to Hayley Kahle at hkahle@stcalliance.org.

This will be the 36th annual Scarecrow Festival, an award-winning, three-day event featuring hand made scarecrows displayed throughout downtown St. Charles, a family zone in Lincoln Park with live entertainment, a photo op area and scarecrow in a box. Also included is the Autumn on the Fox Arts and Crafts Show at Pottawatomie Park.

The mission of the St. Charles Business Alliance is to drive economic growth to make the St. Charles Community a destination where people, businesses and tourism thrive. The Alliance produces the St. Charles Fine Art Show, Holiday Homecoming, Jazz Weekend, Scarecrow Festival and the St. Patrick's Parade. For more information about the Alliance, visit www.stcalliance.org.

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