By Hadas Kuznits

By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Michelle Connors, public programs event coordinator for Morris Arboretum, says one of their biggest events of the season takes place on Sunday.

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“Our members and other area visitors get really excited about our fall festival,” Connors says.

Among the activities is scarecrow-making.

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“They come, we supply the frames, we have the straw, the burlap, lots of clothes, accessories, everything that you need for your scarecrow to decorate your front yard,” she explains.

There’s also pumpkin painting and apples.

Connors says you can vote for your favorite scarecrow, of those submitted in the scarecrow contest, and of course watch the season change as you admire the fall colors.

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