Greenwich Historical Society will host the annual Fall Festival on October 3rd, with activities the whole family can enjoy in a safe outdoor environment. Popular bluegrass swing band Too Blue will perform, while families enjoy scarecrow making, storytelling and a scavenger hunt throughout the afternoon.
There will be two sessions to ensure safe social distancing: 12 – 1:30 pm and 2:30 – 4 pm. Tickets are available for individuals ($10 members / $15 non-members) and families ($35 members / $50 non-members) for each session. Family tickets include a scarecrow kit. Additional kits are available for purchase.
“Fall Festival is a time-honored tradition that is anticipated by families throughout the community,” says Anna Marie Greco, Greenwich Historical Society Director of Education. “We are grateful for the support we’ve had over the years and look forward to a large and enthusiastic turnout this year.”
Activities on the campus grounds will be compliant with state regulations. Participants will be required to wear masks and maintain six-feet distance from other guests outside of their household. Scarecrow making areas will be clearly marked with adequate spacing. Each family will receive their scarecrow making materials in a prepacked bag. Only one will be made in each area per session. Bathrooms and hand sanitizers will be available throughout the site. High touch surfaces, bathrooms and the eating areas will be wiped down throughout the sessions with Clorox wipes with a thorough cleaning in between.
Reservations are required. Click here for more information and to register: https://greenwichhistory.org/the-greenwich-historical-societys-annual-fall-festival/