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Anderson Farm Halloween Plan 2020



Anderson Farms is celebrating Fall 2020 in the great outdoors! 


We want everyone to know that as always, we are putting the health and safety of our guests first. Fall on the farm is going to look a little different this year.  We are going back to our roots by offering a smaller, more intimate Fall experience. 

This season Anderson Farms will be offering wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, the 25-acre corn maze, Kiddie Korral Playground, farm animals, the combined slide and pedal karts

Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt will be open too!  Admission will be online only.  Guests will need to choose the date and time of arrival.  Time slots will be limited in order to meet Colorado social distancing guidelines. 

Private campfire sites will be open but are going to look a little different. Campfire reservations will be offered in 2-hour time blocks and start times will be staggered throughout the day beginning at 11:00 am.  Campfires will now also be available 6 days per week so that families visiting on a weekday can have an opportunity to rent one too.  


There is a new option for guests that want to purchase a pumpkin without visiting the attractions. A section of the farm near the parking lot has been fenced off to allow guests to choose from pre-picked pumpkins, squash, gourds, Indian corn and straw bales.  


Traditional field trips will not be offered this season.  In its place, Anderson Farms will be offering Self-Guided Field Trips every Wednesday.  This special ticket gives guests admission to the farm plus an educational session and a free small pumpkin for each ticket holder. Tickets will be limited and must be purchased online.  Visit https://andersonfarms.com/homeschool-days/ to purchase tickets. 


Visit www.andersonfarms.com for more information about the 2020 season. Ticket sales and reservations will open on September 14th. 


Shavonne Blades grew up on the West Coast but moved to Colorado in High School. She left for California after school and returned to Colorado in 1990. She got her start in media at the age of 21 in Santa Cruz, California as an advertising sales rep. Having no experience and nothing more than a couple of years as an art college attendee she felt the bug to work in media at a young age. She learned that by helping her customers with design and marketing, their campaigns would be far more successful and has made a 30+ year career in design, copywriting, and marketing for her clients. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPy4MMdcfLg.She has always chosen to work in Independent Media and believes deeply in the need for true, authentic Community Journalism. She is proud that YS has never compromised journalism standards in its 20+ history and continues to print YS on paper monthly while also expanding web coverage. She has worked at 3 Alternative Weeklies and founded Yellow Scene Magazine in 2000. You can learn more about Shavonne's adventures in the YS 20th Anniversary issue: https://yellowscene.com/2020/10/08/the-yellow-scenes-red-tornado/

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