Main Street Medina and Boyert’s Greenhouse announce the Historic District Fall Flower Pot Decorating Contest
Main Street Medina and Boyert’s Greenhouse are teaming up to add a little fall fun to the historic district. Returning for a fourth year, the Fall Flower Pot Decorating Contest, formerly the Scarecrow and Flower Pot Decorating Contest), is a fun way to usher in the fall season. Participants will build their own flower pot decoration (following the rules below) and then place it is a pre-assigned flower pot.
The contest is open for participation to any Medina community group, family, church and business. Registration forms are available online at www.mainstreetmedina.com or at the Medina County Visitors Bureau, 32 Public Square. Community partners may register by September 15th and all decorations must be completed and in place by September 23rd.
Rules are as follows: 1. DO NOT MOVE POTS. 2. No Halloween or scary figures. 3. Use your imagination – fall scene, scarecrows, an arrangement, etc. 4. Designs must be family friendly and of appropriate content as determined by the committee. 5. Decorations must be secured firmly in the pots to withstand the elements. 6. Signs featuring the sponsor’s name may be used in the pots. 7. All decorations must be in or attached to the pot assigned. 8. The city will be removing the flowers from the pots on September 16th. The pots will be available on September 17th. 9. Decorations must be in place by September 23rd. 10. Winners will be announced at the Medina Beer and Wine Festival on October 8th. 11. All entries must be removed between October 28 – 31. Entries not removed by October 31 will be disposed of. 12. DO NOT REMOVE ANY SOIL FROM THE POTS.
There are a limited number of flower pots. Submit your entry form via fax at 330/723-4713, email at email@example.com or drop off at 32 Public Square, Medina. You will be notified of your pot assignment.
Grab the girlfriends and hit the historic district for an evening of shopping and socializing. Vintage street rod cruise-in around the Square on June 23rd. Check out 30+ shops and boutiques, or grab a nosh from one of our outstanding restaurants. Pick up your guide map THAT EVENING at the Medina County Visitor's Bureau, 32 Public Square.