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It may seem a ways away, but some community members in Cambria are getting ready for this year’s Scarecrow Festival. On Saturday, a ‘make it in a day’ workshop was held for anyone who wanted to learn and get a head start on creating their scarecrow.
Robin Smith, a Paso Robles filmmaker, spent last summer following around artists who craft
scarecrows. Her work is featured in “Something to Crow About,” a documentary about the Cambria Scarecrow Festival that premieres during the Cambria Film Festival Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m.
October is scarecrow season in this oceanfront community along California’s scenic Highway 1
Discovery Route. At the rate this festival is growing, someday, scarecrows could outnumber residents. What started as a small festival with just 30 scarecrows has turned into a month-long celebration featuring 500 scarecrows made by local businesses, students and residents
Dozens of scarecrows are on display through the month of October. They are concentrated in four displays in Cambria and one in San Simeon. Again this year, the scarecrows are rich in creativity. Many have a nautical theme, because of the proximity to the Pacific Ocean.
LOOKING FOR A TONGUE TWISTER? Try saying “delightfully dotting charming Cambria” ten times. Or “sweet scarecrows sunning in the sunshine by the sea”. Both suggestions aren’t only for twisting the tongue, however; they’re also to remind people that when it is October, it is scarecrow time around the beautiful Central Coast village.
It’s a Halloween tradition entering its 14th year, and it’s stronger than ever. KSBY’s Neil Hebert went to Cambria to check out all the work that goes into the Cambria Scarecrow Festival. Some are spooky, some are satirical, but all are spectacular; more than 200 scarecrows spread across …
The Cambria Scarecrow Festival is gaining national attention after appearing on USA Today top ten autumn festivals. Local business owners told KSBY’s news reporter Delaney White how they think this will impact the local economy this year.
From macabre to madcap, the Cambria Scarecrow Festival has dozens of entries wandering the streets in the annual October display from San Simeon to Harmony. Get a glimpse at some of this year’s entries.
The 10th annual Cambria Scarecrow Festival is underway in October 2018. Hundreds of scarecrows line the streets of the northern San Luis Obispo County, California, town.