This year’s Scarecrow Harvest is bigger and better than ever. Downtown Alpharetta is overflowing with more than 150 scarecrows from local schools, non-profits, neighborhood associations, local businesses, and more.
The 2021 Scarecrow Harvest Festival will NOT include the traditional street festival from previous years.
The scarecrows have been handcrafted by members of the community. They will be installed in downtown Alpharetta by Oct. 5th and will remain on display through Nov. 1st.
This is an interactive display. You’re encouraged to take photos and selfies, post on social media with hashtags, and to cast your vote for your favorite scarecrow.
The scarecrows are arranged in six Scarecrow Patches around downtown and you can get a walking tour map on the website.
Patch 1 — near Brooke St. Park
Patch 2 — along Park Plaza
Patch 3 — Alpharetta Town Green
Patch 4 — around the intersection of Roswell St. and Old Roswell St.
Patch 5 — around the intersection of Milton and Canton Streets
Patch 6 — outside the Alpharetta Community Center (175 Roswell St)
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