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Posts Tagged ‘fall’

A Trip To The Pumpkin Patch

Thies Farms features picking your own pumpkins, petting farm animals, gourds, produce, flowers, tractor rides and Pumpkin Land. Pumpkin Land is a little theme park for children and families which has hay towers, zip lining, more pumpkins to choose from and toy machines that blast potatoes, called potato shooters. 

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Things to Look Forward to in Fall

With the fall season upon us, it can make some of us really sad to think that summer is officially over. However, autumn gives us the chance to appreciate the environment and activities it can bring. What do you love about fall?

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Resident Life Hosts Third Annual Fall Fest

For the third year in a row, Fall Fest warmed students up to the cool weather ahead. Despite the dreary day, there were many exciting activities like the chili cook-off, pumpkin carving, a pie-eating contest and an outdoor movie.

*10-8-15,ChelsieB,FallFest17

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