Pumpkins will fly at CSU Day at the Corn Maze, an inaugural event hosted by Colorado State University from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at Something From the Farm, a corn maze in northern Colorado.
The all-ages event will offer a $2 discount on corn maze admission to those wearing Colorado State University colors.
Colorado State students and faculty as well as community members can spend time in all three corn mazes.
"The mazes are far and away what people come to do," said Eric Clarke, co-owner of Something From the Farm. "It’s very family oriented so I enjoy it when families come out and say ‘that’s the most fun I can remember.’"
CSU Day at the Corn Maze will feature family friendly activities, including hay rides, face painting, pumpkin launching and appearances by Cam the Ram and Colorado State athletes.
Something From the Farm will also be showing screenings of scary movies such as "Children of the Corn." The 15-person theatre will be located in the corn and will show the movies at night before people venture into the maze.
Something From the Farm is located three miles south of Harmony on Timberline just past Carpenter at 7755 Greenstone Trail. A map and directions are available at www.somethingfromthefarm.com.
The event is being sponsored by Off-Campus Student Services/Resources for Adult Learners and Colorado State University Apartment Life.
For more information contact Jan Rastall at (970) 491-0415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.