LAWTON, Iowa (KCAU) — Normally, Siouxland’s Scarecrow Farm is all about the pumpkins, but not this weekend.
For the first time ever, Scarecrow Farm held a Sunflower Fest to get folks to the patch a little early. They planted a few acres of sunflowers for you and the family to pick while the pumpkins finish growing. It’s a great way to make some memories.
“We hope that they come with their family and have a good time and make some memories, take a bunch of pictures and just have a great time,” said Todd Schumansky the co-owner of Scarecrow Farm.
The festival continues Sunday with more live music, food and hopefully some better weather.
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