‘Scary’ creativity on display in Northborough
Parker Reilly, 4, left, and Connor Reilly, 6, color the eyes of their werewolf scarecrow while little sister Teagan Reilly, 1, picks out a safety pin at Build-a-Scarecrow Day.
Northborough – More than a dozen families tried their hand at making a scarecrow at Northborough Recreation’s Seventh Annual Build-a-Scarecrow Day in Assabet Park on Saturday, Oct. 6. The finished scarecrows, including a werewolf, a rock star, the Cat in the Hat, and a “biohazard man”, will be displayed at the park until Halloween. (Photos/Yi-Ke Peng)
Isabella Gallini, 2, helps her father Eric Gallini gather hay to make a scarecrow.
Anthony Gallini, 5, helps his father Eric Gallini stuff hay into an old hoodie at Build-a-Scarecrow Day.
Eleanor Saal, 10, left, and Maggie McCarthy, 9, stuff hay into a pair of old jeans.
Parker Reilly, 4, reaches high to decorate the shirt of his scarecrow.
Sasha Clifford, 4, carries her "biohazard man" scarecrow with older brother James Clifford, 10.
Genevieve Rollin, 4, and Augustus Rollin, 5, decorate the face of their scarecrow.
Augustus Rollin, 5, left, Portia Rollin, 1, and Genevieve Rollin, 4 decorate the face of their scarecrow.
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