Halloween Parade & Scarecrow Day 2015


Build-A-Scarecrow Day 2015

The Easton Lions Club Annual “Build-A-Scarecrow” event will be held on Saturday, October 17, 2015, from 10 am to 3 pm at the Yardley-Wood Rink at Center School (rain date Sunday the 18th) 388 Depot Street, South Easton MA. This event is Free. You bring the old clothes and hat – we have some to borrow – we will supply the Stakes and the Hay!!

Ribbons will be awarded for scariest, funniest, most colorful & most unique scarecrow. The Easton Garden Club will be judging the event beginning at 3pm or so. Check out some of last year’s creations below!

For more information, contact Bill Palmer at 508-517-6668 or e-mail him at palmersoxfan@gmail.com

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Last Year’s Build-A-Scarecrow Day at Yardley-Wood Rink – Oct 18th, 2014

On Saturday, October 18th, we had a perfect day for building scarecrows at the Yardley-Wood Rink with the sun peeking in-and-out from behind the fluffy cumulus clouds.  Many families stopped by throughout the day to build some very colorful, scary and unique scarecrows.  All the scarecrows were mounted on posts scatter about the rink perimeter along Depot Street and the edge of the Center Street School lot fences.  Many Lions came out to help throughout the day, helping organize the event, working with the children and families, and making sure all the had a great time.

We had plenty of hay, corn stalks, twine, and scarecrow clothes to support the many artistic ideas from the all the children.  Several of the families brought in their own clothes and creations to make some truly unique scarecrows.  Their creative energies made the scarecrows come to life. 

At 3:00, five members from the Easton Garden Club arrived to take on the ambitious task of judging all the scarecrows made during the day.  The club made 9 awards in 8 different categories; the Best Crime Fighter had 2 because “they were just so darned cute standing next to each other on the fence posts!”  The nine scarecrow winners are listed below and are also include in the slide show showing all the pictures from the day’s event.

We would like to thank the following folks for their donations and time:

  • Easton Garden Club: Cindy Lemish, Ann Trettis, Virginia Harte, Karen Caccapouti, & Marjorie Liew (Event Judges),
  • Hay bails from NRT Sheep Pasture on Main Street,
  • Corn stalks from Clover Valley Farm and Stables on Poquanticut Ave,
  • Clothing and accessories from the Easton Lions Thrift Store and Grange Hall on Rt 138,
  • Lions: Lynn Cleveland, Marilyn Henderson, John Mallers, Bob Moulton, Matthew Cioffi, Bill Palmer, & Dennis Gutman,
  • and Ken Wood for his support.

 
 
 

Halloween Parade of the Horribles

Sunday, October 25th, 2015 at 4:30 pm

Help support the Easton Food Pantry by bringing non-perishable food items to the parade start.

Starts outside at the Council on Aging at 15 Barrows St in North Easton

For all ages in costume: All children, parents, adults and seniors are welcome to participate.

Bring food to donate: Canned and boxed goods are needed for the Easton Food Pantry.

Small Halloween Floats Welcome: Organizations in town are welcome to join us, including small decorated floats or carts.

The Route: From 15 Barrows St, the parade travels to Day St, takes a right on to Sheridan St, then right on to Park St.  The parade then enters Frothingham Park through the Park St gate and travels across the park back to 15 Barrows St.

Watch the Parade: All residents along the parade route are urged to light the way with luminary lights or any decorations if possible to enhance the Halloween theme.

Treats and candy will be given out at the end of the parade.

Please support our parade sponsors: