By: Mary Bransford | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: September 2018
Think outside the overalls! Get in the spirit of fall by participating in a Tulsa Botanic Garden tradition. This is your chance to display your creativity in the Garden’s annual Scarecrow Show. Registration is open to anyone. It is a perfect activity to do as a group OR as an individual. The sky is the limit as far as what you can do... think BIG, think small, think old, young, human and non-human, traditional and original, old-school and new-school. Use your IMAGINATION!
Rally your friends, family, students, co-workers and comrades and join in a Garden tradition.
Tulsa Botanic Garden’s 5th Annual Scarecrow Exhibit will be on display from Thursday, October 4 through Friday, November 3; and will surround the Pumpkin Labyrinth. This is their only community-sourced art exhibit, and therefore provides you the opportunity to create a scarecrow that will be viewed by thousands as part of their autumn display. This is something you may feel inspired to create on your own, or it may be the perfect activity to with a group or team from your school or church. Entries from individuals, artists, businesses, non-profits, schools, churches, and youth organizations are welcomed.
Registration Due: Friday, Sept. 21 Register at the Tulsa Botanic Garden website:
Scarecrow Drop-off: Thursday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Sept. 30, 10AM- 5PM.
Scarecrow Pick-up: Nov. 5-11, 10AM-5PM. Any scarecrows left after Nov. 11 become property of Tulsa Botanic Garden.
Scarecrows will be on display for visitors Thursday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Nov. 4.
Entry fee: $15 for non-profits, schools, scouts; $20 for families or individuals; $25 for businesses
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