Make Scarecrows, Paint Pumpkins & More at Neighbors Fall Festival (Sponsored)

Fall fun for the whole family is what’s on tap at Neighbors Home & Garden Center in Hellertown this Saturday, Oct. 14.

The Main Street business will host its annual Fall Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and this year–as always–there’s much to look forward to, including a weather forecast that includes mild temperatures and partly sunny skies.

Neighbors Home & Garden Center in Hellertown is festively decorated for fall and its annual festival this Saturday, Oct. 14.

Two of the highlights of the day will be pumpkin-painting and scarecrow-making.

To make your own scarecrow, simply bring a pillowcase and some old clothes to the garden center. Neighbors will supply the straw!

Painting supplies will also be supplied to those who purchase a pumpkin and wish to paint it with a face or festive fall design.

Some of the other activities that will be available and highlights for the day include:

  • Face-painting, balloon animals and a magic show with Bubbles the Clown
  • Petting zoo
  • Pony rides
  • Hay rides
  • Moon Bounce
  • Pet adoptions
  • Inflatable obstacle course
  • Refreshments for sale
  • Hot dogs and popcorn

For those who come with an appetite there will also be an outdoor beef roast from 12 to 2 p.m.

Neighbors Home & Garden Center is conveniently located at 38 Main St., Hellertown.

In addition to a huge variety of seasonal plants and flowers, the store sells lawn and garden supplies, outdoor decor, patio furniture, grills, pet supplies, power equipment and more.

Follow Neighbors Home & Garden Center on Facebook for regular updates all year!

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About Josh Popichak
Josh Popichak

Josh Popichak is a journalist and publisher who is passionate about providing an open online platform and advocating for independent, local news. He has covered news--first in print, later online--in the Saucon Valley area of eastern Pennsylvania since 2005. In addition to writing extensively about local issues, he uses Facebook, Instagram and other social media to help personalize and broaden awareness of topics affecting the communities he covers. He also manages the Facebook pages for several local businesses as part of his business, Saucon Source LLC. He is a 1999 graduate of Bates College, where he was a history major and arts editor for the student newspaper.

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