Arts Council Announces Scarecrow Contest Winners

The Preston family’s ‘Farmer Pumpkin Chops’ earned first place in the Family Traditional category. Courtesy/LAAC
The Millertime family’s ‘Hungry Audrey’ earned first place in the Family Contemporary category. Courtesy/LAAC
LAAC News:
Los Alamos Arts Council with Los Alamos MainStreet and Los Alamos Creative District have announced the winners for the 2019 Scarecrow Contest.
The contest had 23 entries into the contest this year, each one is an exceptional addition to MainStreet and the Creative District.
This year, there were five categories for Scarecrows: Business/Organization Traditional, Business/Organization Contemporary, Family Traditional, Family Contemporary and Fan Favorite.
Winners in each category:
  • N3B Los Alamos- Business/Organization Traditional for “Scared Sideways”
  • Little Forest Playschool-Business/Organization Contemporary for “Teacherstein”
  • The Preston Family- Family Traditional for “Farmer Pumpkin Chops”
  • The Millertime Famly-Family Contemporary for “Hungry Audrey!”
The prize for Fan Favorite went to Litte Forest Playschool.
Scarecrows will remain on display through today for the community to continue to enjoy.
Thank you to all the Scarecrow Contest participants for their work. MainStreet has a fun fall atmosphere with your artwork.
The Los Alamos Arts Council is a 501c3 non-profit corporation founded in 1968, with a mission to support and foster the arts in Los Alamos County and Northern New Mexico. For more information, call505.663.0477 or visit
N3B Los Alamos ‘Scared Sideways’ earned first place in the Business/Organization Traditional category. Courtesy/LAAC
Little Forest Playschool’s ‘Teacherstein’ earned first place in the Business/Organization Contemporary category and it was also a fan favorite. Courtesy/LAAC