Every year one thing we have on our holiday list is going to the pumpkin patch. We have always wanted to go to The MAiZe at the Pumpkin Patch but I get half way through October and realize we have no time!We were so excited when The Pumpkin Patch invited us to go and share our experience with you! This year I’m hoping to get our holiday a little more organized and I’m starting now.
Quick Holiday Tip: Make a List & Schedule It
This year I am making sure that we have lots of fun and not just adding stress to get everything in. My best tip for doing this is make a list of things “you have to do”, “want to do” and “would like to do”. Then pull out your calendar and start adding your items from the “have to do” list. Then add the “want to do” items and then see if you have room for your would like to do.
These schedules don’t have to be set in stone, but they will give you a better idea what can possibly be done and you are less likely to over schedule yourself.
About The MAiZE
Portland’s original cornfield maze celebrates its 15th season at The Pumpkin Patch on beautiful Sauvie Island in Portland, Oregon. Fifteen years ago, Craig Easterly, founder of the original corn maze, brought his weird idea to Sauvie Island’s famous Pumpkin Patch and it soon became a fall tradition. The MAiZE attracts 30,000 eager explorers annually to the giant labyrinth of field corn, located just fifteen minutes from downtown Portland. Portland’s premier agri-tainment attraction, The Maize and The Pumpkin Patch, have combined the local food movement with down home fun on the farm.
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“Keeping Portland Lost Since 1999” Maize
Open every day: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday thru Thursday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
October: 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-27, 30- 31
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Open Sunday, Oct. 27, Wednesday, Oct. 30 and Thursday, Oct 31 until 10pm