Time Flies When You're Having Fun
by Emily Zoellick on 11/19/2018
It seems like only yesterday we were posting our last blog post….on July 26. You’ll have to forgive us for the delay in posting a new blog to our website. In the Fall, the Farm becomes a little bit…busy! Technically, November is still Fall, but not exactly pumpkin season any more so it’s a good time for all of us to play a little bit of catch up.
We certainly hope you were able to be a guest at the Farm at some point this Season, either by attending Ghoul’s Night Out, running in our first ever Happy Jack Hustle 5K, as a regular weekday pass visitor, or on a weekend day family outing. Throughout the Season we were fortunate enough to host a variety of events- wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, two engagements, and many corporate events, client appreciation days, and birthday parties. We also started our Fall Light Show by Larsen Light Shows and have seen so many excited and happy families visit the Farm in the dark!
If you are like any of us and you still have pumpkins on your porch, even after they have been snowed on, you are not alone! We all love pumpkins, and want to hang on to them as long as possible! And, don’t think that now that we are closed we’re all laying around here munching on caramel apples all day- quite the opposite! We’ve been closed for two weeks and have already started working on improvements to our parking lot for NEXT year. Not a moment gets wasted!
We hope that you please join us for the Christmas Light Show that starts on Nov 22. The show runs from 5-11pm, through January 2. We are closed on Mondays, and please keep in mind that the rest of the farm is closed during the Light Show. It’s not safe to be on the jumping pillow or pumpkin slide after dark, and our train is no Polar Express-yet.
Whatever the reason is that brought you here, thank you. As the holiday season is getting underway, we are most grateful for all of the guests and customers that we were able to host during our open season. Whether you picked apples from our trees, or pumpkins to carve from our fields, or donuts to eat from our Market, we are thankful that you visited us and spent time at our Farm in 2018, and trust us, we’re already working on what we can bring you in 2019. We’ll see you back before you know it. As you can tell by our time between blog posts, time flies.
In the meantime, our Farm Family wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!
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