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Crafts ~ Face Painting ~ One-Room School ~ BarnyardSIC CAR SHOW ~ Saturday Only ~ 1-?
Regular hours are Saturdays 12 to 7 p.m. and Sundays 12 to 6 p.m. until October 27, 2019.
Here are some ways you can have fun at Riehm Farms:
Pig Races – Don’t miss the pig races where you can sit for awhile and enjoy the show. Pigs run every two hours.
Hayride & Pumpkin cannon – The pumpkin cannon will shoot off in the back pasture, where you’ll see behind the scenes. So, sit back and let the wind blow through your hair on the hayride. We’ll arrive back in 20 minutes.
Goat Walk – You’ll forget that the laundry is piled up and the trash needs taken out when you watch the antics of the goats who walk the planks for food.
Launcher – Any skill level will be able to pull back the sling shots to splat veggies (that would be thrown away) at the numbered targets.
2019 Corn Maze design Scooby-Doo – Make it last from 10-45 minutes. If you want to take your time and answer all the trivia it will take you awhile. But if you want to make it quicker just look at the design to find a shorter way out.
What to do in between – There’s plenty of fun to keep everyone entertained for hours. Sometimes not everyone likes the same things, so pick and choose and meet back up at the pig races or another fun spot like Milk-a-cow, Checkers, Giant Games, Duck races, Giant Slide or Straw Tunnels.
The take-home purchases from the pumpkin patch, cider, apple dumplings, and kettle corn completes the day.
The Haunted Tiffin Ghost Walk, in its fifth season, is partnering with Winterberry Farm to take participants on an exciting adventure that combine history with the paranormal. Winterberry Farm is a picturesque step back in time that includes pre-1850 structures and was home to some of the most prominent, early white settlers. In addition, it sits just across the river from what was the Seneca Reservation prior to 1831.
“This is probably one of the most pure, historic sites in all of Seneca County,” says Ghost Walk Founder, author/historian Lisa Swickard.
To register, please e-mail Winterberry Farm at info@Winterberry.Farm and list the number of people in your party. Spots are limited to register today!
This event will take place on the same day as the Tiffin Center Halloween Parade, following directly after that event and children are encouraged to wear their costumes to Fall Fest. We hope to see everyone there! If your business or organization would like to participate, please email email@example.com.