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Featured: Pumpkin Picking in Snohomish with 💯 Bonus Activities now through October 31
Bob’s Corn & Pumpkin Farm 10917 Elliott Road, Snohomish, WA 98296
The journey out of the city will likely be well worth the oh-so-many activities available to you and the kiddos at Bob’s. To name a few: U-pick pumpkins, cow train, kids corn maze, grown-up corn maze, Apple cannon and fire-pit rentals. See you there. Prices vary for activities, and wristbands that get you into multiple attractions start at $10 (weekdays) and $15 (weekends) More info here.
Here are some more Pumpkin Picking (+Bonus Activities) Spots:
- Fox Hollow Farm – Issaquah, WA: Admission is a flat $50 fee per car (up to 7 people) on the weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) and includes all activities.
Remlinger Farms – Carnation, WA: $19.75/Kids & Adults; $17.75/Seniors; under 1 Free (free to enter U-pick pumpkin patch)
- Two Brothers Pumpkin Patch – Carnation, WA: Free to enter the farm and festival; activity costs vary.
- Maris Farms – Buckley, WA: $8-$19.70 for farm admission (2 & under Free)
- Mosby Farms – Auburn, WA: Corn maze cost ranges $7-$10 (3 & under Free)
Super Bueno Brunch plus Poppy!
Sundays: Sept 30 and Oct 7, from 11am-2pm
Super Bueno – 3627 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA
Poppy teams up again with the folks at Super Bueno to Bring Back Brunch. We’ll have two Poppies onsite to play with the kids so you can enjoy brunch. For kids 2 years and up. More Info here.
Annual Maple Festival
October 4th through 14th (daily activities for Maple fun)
Seattle Japanese Garden – 1075 Lake Washington Boulevard East, Seattle, WA
There are maple-related activities every day (e.g., Maple Scavenger Hunt & Maple Origami). The event activities are free with Seattle Japanese Garden admission. See more info here.
Brew at the Zoo
Thursday, October 4, 2018 | 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Sample imports, domestics, microbrews and ciders from 60+ different breweries. Don’t mention to your kiddos where you’re going, as this one is ages 21+ only, BUT hold on to your Brew at the Zoo ticket after the event; if you bring it to the zoo from Oct. 5 to Dec. 31, 2018, you get $3.00 off one general zoo admission. See more info here.
Chocolate for Dinner with Chef Justin Khanna
Saturday – September 29, 2018
A unique and innovative culinary dinner experience, highlighting local Pacific Northwest chefs as they incorporate chocolate into each course right in front of you. Taste these delicious chocolate creations which feature Pike Place Market produce and local ingredients. Tickets are $60 and availability is limited. See more info here.
Have fun out there!
-The Poppy Team
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