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Although most of the electorate is tired of this year’s presidential campaign, Pearce’s Farm Stand, near Fontana, has been having a little fun with the political climate with their one-of-a-kind corn maze. A 12-acre corn field has been transformed into a maze depicting the Republican and Democratic nominees, and visitors are flocking to it to each weekend. After you’ve successfully made your way through the maze, take time to shop Pearce’s Farm Stand. One of our staff members’ kids found the perfect pumpkins and then proudly posed for mom in front of Pearce’s antique farm wagon. Looks like a new tradition has begun!

 Pearce’s Corn Maze                                         Starting a New Fall Tradition  

This weekend, October 22-23

Pumpkin Drop & Fall Festival: Lake Geneva Canopy Tours is hosting its 6th annual Pumpkin Drop and Fall Festival this Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy food, live music, pumpkin painting and the Pumpkin Drop. This fun adventure begins when each participant, armed with a pumpkin, soars through the air on a zip line, while aiming for a for a target painted on the ground. For more information, click here.

Skelton Scurry: This Saturday take in the Delavan’s 5th Annual 5K Fun Run and 1K Kids Run hosted by Lake Lawn Resort. Dress up in your best Halloween costume or come in regular running gear. Awards will be given away for best dressed, first, second, and third place overall for both male and female. Both serious and casual (run/walkers) will enjoy this event. For details, click here.

Halloween Legends & Lore: Visit Old World Wisconsin this weekend for all types of Halloween fun. Listen to Wisconsin ghost stories from the 19th and early 20th centuries, plus explore fantastic mazes, flee ghosts and encounter witches and grave diggers, solve strange riddles and puzzles, create and take home macabre artifacts, and more. For times and details, click here.

Let us know what you enjoyed this weekend! Click here to send us your pictures and comments. 

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