Through Oct. 31, families and adults alike can enjoy the 6th annual Halloween Harvest Festival that covers 35 acres on the south end of Pierce College’s Agricultural Farm. This year’s Festival is showcasing many events for anyone looking to get into the Halloween spirit, including a 5-acre corn maze, haunted house, 2-acre haunted trail, hay rides, bungee jumping, rock climbing, pony rides, a petting zone, gemstone mining, arts and crafts, food, live entertainment and music.
Also available at the Festival is a special “Pick your own” pumpkin patch complete with a fun stage show featuring Spookley the Square Pumpkin and his scarecrow friend Jack.
Teens and young adults looking to get scared can venture to the Halloween Harvest Festival at night for some after dark activities, like FrightFair Scream Park, which holds various attractions with spectacular and frightening effects, like the “Factory of Nightmares” Haunted House and the “Creatures of the Corn” Haunted Trail. This side of the Festival is open on select days beginning at dusk.
Located at 20800 Victory Blvd. at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, the Festival is open Sunday – Thursday from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to midnight. The admission is $4 and proceeds benefit the Foundation for Pierce College and the Agriculture Education Center. These proceeds will be used for new farming equipment and fresh produce and food for local charities.
For more information, including tickets, call (818) 999-6300 or visit www.halloweenharvestfestival.com.
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Written by Mandy Rodgers