Bourbonnais Park Set to Host Epic Scarecrow Festival Benefiting Breast Cancer Foundation


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BOURBONNAIS, Ill. – Mark your calendars for a delightful autumn celebration as the Bourbonnais Township Park District presents the Scarecrow Festival, sponsored by Ascension Saint Mary’s Hospital on Saturday, September 23. From 10:00 a.m. to Noon, Perry Farm House will be a hub of festive activities.

The highlight? An impressive display of over 125 scarecrows. But that’s not all. Kids can immerse themselves in face painting, exhilarating barrel train rides, and a special activities table set up by Texas Roadhouse. Plus, attendees get the chance to vote for their favorite scarecrow, with each $1 vote benefiting the Ascension Health Breast Cancer Foundation.

The fun doesn’t stop there! The Art Council of Kankakee County will roll out its annual Fall Art Stroll from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Attendees can explore 90+ booths, a designated kids zone, and a plethora of food trucks, all set to the backdrop of live music.

Spaces are filling up! Only 23 scarecrow spots remain for the event, so enthusiasts should register by September 21 at Perry Farm House.


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