Scarecrow Festival seeks volunteers

Do you want to enjoy a great afternoon of family fun and help out the community of Rutland at the same time?

One way to do that is to volunteer with the staging of the fourth annual Scarecrow Festival, hosted by the Uptown Rutland Business Association.

URBA is seeking dedicated individuals to volunteer their time for this  event, which takes place Oct. 2 at Lions Park in Rutland.

There are a variety of volunteer opportunities available including the working the Kid’s Zone, the scarecrow building contest, the entertainment stage, the harvest and multicultural markets or for general site management.

For more information about the Uptown Rutland Scarecrow Festival or to register as a volunteer, check out the website or email or call 250-451-9861.


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