Scarecrows in the Village will be on view from September 9 through October 31, and outdoor events will be featured (with safety in mind)
Peddler’s Village, a landmark shopping, dining, and entertainment destination in the rural heart of historic Bucks County, PA, will kick off its 41st annual scarecrow season on Wednesday, September 9 with Scarecrows in the Village, a property-wide display of scarecrows created by individuals and businesses in the greater Philadelphia region. The open-air Scarecrows in the Village display will be on view every day through October 31. Safety measures are in place, and admission and parking for the Scarecrows in the Village display are free.
Though the annual Scarecrow Festival is cancelled due to the pandemic, Peddler’s Village will host scarecrow-making workshops designed with safety in mind on Saturdays, September 12, 19, 26 and Sunday, September 13. For the scarecrow-making workshop, there is a $35 fee for each family circle, which can accommodate up to six people.
In addition to the scarecrow events, the month’s lineup at Peddler’s Village will include an outdoor movie night on September 3 featuring Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Socially distanced family circles that can accommodate up to six people are available for $30 each.
Outdoor murder mystery walking tour events—“Murder by Gaslight”—will also be presented Friday and Saturday nights. Admission for the walking tours is $25 and includes a 10% dining discount on the event day at Buttonwood Grill, Earl’s New American, Hart’s Tavern, and the Cock ‘n Bull.
Looking for laughs? We’ve got ’em! On September 11 and 25, Comedy Under the Stars will feature three comedians. Socially distanced circles that can accommodate two people are available for $35 each.
Scarecrows in the Village
The 41st annual scarecrow display in Peddler’s Village, which will begin this year on Wednesday, September 9 and continue daily through Sunday, October 31, will showcase more than 100 creative, colorful, larger-than-life scarecrows created by the public. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to submit an entry, which is eligible for a prize. Entry forms for Scarecrows in the Village are available online at PeddlersVillage.com or at the Hospitality Center at Cock ‘n Bull and are due by Wednesday, September 2. Scarecrows must be dropped off on Sunday, September 6.
Participants can choose from the following categories: Traditional, Quite the Character, Thrills with Chills, Myth & Lore, Pink Out!, and Kids Only.
During the first three weeks of the contest, Peddler’s Village guests will be invited to vote for the winners. Ballots will be available in all shops and restaurants, the Hospitality Center at Cock ‘n Bull, and Giggleberry Fair, and on the Peddler’s Village mobile app. Prizes will be awarded for first ($500), second ($250) and third ($150) place. The grand prize winner will receive $350 and a dinner for four at Cock ‘n Bull.
For more information about Peddler’s Village or September events, visit PeddlersVillage.com or call 215-794-4000.