ALLENTOWN, NJ -
This weekend was the Allentown Street Fair. The event took place on South Main Street, and featured local crafters, artisans, food vendors, a classic car show, a petting zoo, music and entertainment, and more!
WBNC met members of the Allentown Marching Band at their table, where community members could come and pay to make their own scarecrow. The proceeds benefit the marching band.
Jeanne Nelson (pictured right) told us a portion of the proceeds from the pink scarecrows benefit the American Cancer Society for breast cancer awareness.
Children of all ages were able to have fun filling the clothes with hay to create the scarecrow.
Afterward, there was a design table to put a face and hair on your new friend!
We also visited the Res-Q-Pets table, where fairgoers could meet puppies and kittens that were up for adoption, as well as get more information on the Hamilton-based organization.
Res-Q-Pets told us they go to PetSmart in Hamilton Marketplace on Saturdays and Sundays with animals.
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