This Saturday, September 17th, stop by the South Shore Natural Science Center for their annual Corn Festival. The festival is from 10am-2pm, and includes hayrides, musical entertainment, games, crafts, a corn shucking contest, corn recipe tasting, a scarecrow contest, farm animal demonstrations from 4H, and of course Kernel’s Kitchen and their famous corn chowder!
Get creative and construct your very own scarecrow for the festival’s Scarecrow Contest! Scarecrows must be dropped off at the SSNSC by 4pm on Friday, September 16th, accompanied by the completed entry form. See form for complete rules and regulations.
Cost for the event is $5 per adult ($4 for members), $3 per child ($2 for members), with a maximum of $20 per family. In the event of rain, the event will be held on Sunday, September 18th.
The South Shore Natural Science Center is located at 48 Jacobs Lane in Norwell. For more details on the corn festival, visit their website, or call 781-659-2559.