Open since 1998, and operated by four generations of the Dory family including Jon and Lisa, along with Jon’s parents Zane and Margaret, Something From the Farm invites the community to come celebrate fall, farm style. Grab a wagon and visit their vast pumpkin patch brimming with a wide variety of pumpkins to choose from, a perfect place to find your Halloween jack-o’-lantern. Enjoy a hayride around the farm or test your navigation skills in the three-acre corn maze. If it’s a little mayhem that peeks your interest, then have fun shooting the corn cannon, or watch the trebuchet launch pumpkins across the field. The family Country Store is a great place to fill your basket with apples, fresh jams and ciders and winter squash to complete your harvest décor. The farm will be open everyday starting September 24 and run through October 31. For times and cost visit somethingfromthefarm.com or call 970.282.1135.
Poudre RiverFest is a free, family-friendly festival in Fort Collins, Colorado, that restores, celebrates and educates people about the Cache la Poudre River, an important natural resource in our community. The festival features a variety […]
The 7th annual Dancing with the Stars of Fort Collins will take place on Saturday, February 8at the Agave Room above the Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant. The popular event is a favorite among partygoers and […]
By Dusty Ray Scene Magazine’s 20th Annual Battle of the Bands took over Hodi’s Half Note on the chilly evening of November 13 to showcase the local talent of some of Northern Colorado’s best musical […]