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Scarecrow Festival keeps things spooky in Wilmette
Photos by Alexa Burnell/22nd Century Media Alex Fingerman and her mother, Julie, enjoy building a scarecrow together at Chalet Nursery’s Scarecrow Festival on Saturday, Oct. 7, in Wilmette.
Isabell and Benny McGinn, of Wilmette, enjoy the festivities.
Carrie Sanders, of Wilmette, and her children, Delaney and Harrison, build a scarecrow.
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Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of scarecrows around Wilmette this month.
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