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Exciting Fall Fun Coming to St. Charles’ Scarecrow Fest

Fall in the Midwest is a beautiful time of the year to experience leaves changing and the cool, crisp air from the north. Here in St. Charles, the fall fun is just beginning as the town’s 33rd Annual Scarecrow Fest comes to town! Hosted by the Greater St. Charles Convention and Visitors Bureau on October 5th through 7th, the joy of local favorites, holiday décor and carnival excitement come together as a magical experience for people of all ages.

For those traveling with kids, enjoy hosted festival favorites like making your own scarecrow, enjoying carnival rides in the West Suburban Bank Zone or take the Fox Valley Ice Arena Ice Challenge and test your hockey skills! Looking for a little adult fun? Enjoy live entertainment on the main stage hosted by Q Center or visit the Autumn on the Fox Arts and Crafts Show hosted Friday through Sunday.

“Q Center and its associates have been active in the St. Charles community for years. We are proud of our town and especially proud to support Scarecrow Fest. We couldn’t imagine a better way than to bring joy to those who live and work in our backyard, and share our beautiful city with visitors from around the world,” says Tom Donahue, General Manager at Q Center.

To see all of the excitement coming to Scarecrow Fest, visit scarecrowfest.com or visit downtown St.Charles Friday, October 5th through Sunday, October 7th to enjoy all there is to offer.

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