Scarecrows on Parade: Chicago's Lincoln Park Neighborhood

Scarecrows on Parade: Chicago's Lincoln Park Neighborhood

'Tis the season for ghosts, goblins and things that go bump in the night. The merchants on Clark St. are getting in the spirit with a public art exhibit Scarecrows on Parade that is sure to provide haunting fun along Clark St. between Armitage and Diversey, and Diversey from Orchard to Lakeview kicking off Saturday, October 12 through Thursday, October 31, 2013.

Dozens of local merchants will flaunt their creativity to begin the festive autumn season by designing and displaying a themed scarecrow in front of their business. After viewing all of the scarecrowScarecrows on Parade, the public is invited to vote for their favorite at Visit Clark Street.

Voters will automatically be entered for a chance to win more than $800 in prizes. Voting ends at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 25, and winners will be announced at the annual Clark Street Spooktacular on October 26.

About Clark St. in  Lincoln Park

Just two miles north of downtown, Lincoln Park is known as Chicago’s liveliest neighborhood, and Clark Street in Lincoln Park is at the heart of the action. Clark Street in Lincoln Park is home to the historic and the hip, the classic and the contemporary.  Filled with shops, cafes, restaurants, and pubs that range from the vintage to the vanguard, the Clark Street area also boasts world-class educational and cultural gems and a gorgeous expanse of lakefront beaches and tree-lined parks.

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