Open daily from 10:00 – 6:00pm Sept 28th-Oct 31st 2019
17250 Weber Road, Lockport, Illinois 60441
1.800.304.FARM (3276)

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Pumpkin Fest 2019 Celebrates Heroes and the Hero Within Each of Us

Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm, Lockport, IL Kicks Off its 27th Annual Pumpkin Fest Sat., Sept. 28

2019 Corn Maze: Who is Your Hero? Who Are You a Hero to?

Can a hero really save the world? Whether you’re inspired through religion and Faith or by Superman, The Avengers, The Force, First Responders, a member of the military, a teacher, your grandmother, child, friend or neighbor, heroes come in many forms. They help us see right from wrong, encourage us to help those in need, to love and not to hate, to choose the good over the bad and to pursue what’s noble and meaningful in life.

From those who save lives or those who are examples of personal strength, to those who seem to spread happiness everywhere they go or perform good works in the community, every hero is always in the pursuit of good.

We’re All Heroes: We all have the opportunity to be a hero to others and help change the world through love. We all have momentary choices to do the right thing or to hurt others.

This year, in light of ongoing violence and intolerance, Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm asks everyone to take a moment to think about who their hero is; who has made a positive impact on their lives, who they are inspired by, and how they can be a hero in their life, for family and in their community, in hopes of creating a spark of change for good in the world

To inspire attendees to conquer this year’s intricate “Hero” corn maze, each person will be asked to write down the name of their hero(es) and how they can be a hero for change before walking into the thick corn field and take a photo using hashtag #MyHeroSiegelsFarm. www.OurCornMaze.com

Saturday, September 28-Sunday, September 29, 2019:
27
th Annual Pumpkin Fest Kickoff

Pumpkin Fest – “Affordable Family Fun on the Farm®” – is open daily 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. from September 28 through October 31st, including Columbus Day. The Siegel’s family welcomes all to come to the farm and harvest family memories. General admission tickets include more than 30 unlimited attractions, including: 5 play areas, tire mountain, farm animals to pet and feed, 125’ Siegel’s Sports Zone, Duck Races, Trolley, Spooky Spiral, hayrack ride, u-pick pumpkin field, haunted barn, train rides and two cornfield mazes.

New Attractions: Bigger and Better Mountain Slide and Jax’s Roller Bowler.

Gem mining, Scrape yard Shootout, pony and camel rides are available for a small additional fee.

An array of food is available including smoked turkey legs, chicken, burgers, apple cider doughnuts, churros, funnel cakes and fresh baked pie slices and so much more. 

Special events scheduled for Pumpkin Fest 2019 include; Military Appreciation Weekend, 1st Responders Appreciation Weekend, Special Needs Weekends, Magician shows, Munchkin Radio Dance Party Juggler/Stiltwalker and Teacher Appreciation Weekend.

This year the farm is offering After School Discount ticket pricing for students (after 3pm).

Pumpkin Fest 2019 Calendar (Follow our FB page for event updates)

Sept 28-29 Military Appreciation Weekend, 1st Responders Weekend & Special Needs Weekend

Oct 11-14 Munchkin Radio Dance Party (throughout the day and night)

Oct 26-27  Teacher Appreciation Weekend & Special Needs Weekend

Sept. 29, Oct. 5-6  Magician Show and Balloon Art

Military Appreciation Weekend & Special Needs Weekend Sept 28-29

In honor of all the heroes who have served, and continue to serve our country, Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm hosts a Military Appreciation Weekend September 28-29, 2019 as part of their Pumpkin Fest kick off. All military – active duty and veterans – their spouse and children receive free admission to the Farm. All children with special needs, their parents and siblings receive free admission to the Farm. (preregistration required by Sept. 15)

First Responders Weekend Sept 28-29

The Siegel’s feel it is everyone’s responsibility to respect and thank those local heroes who have dedicated their lives to our safety and well-being. All First Responders along with their spouses and children will receive free admission Sept. 28-29, 2019.


Teachers’ Appreciation Weekend & Special Needs Weekend Oct 26-27

In honor of all heroes in the classroom, Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm hosts a Teachers Appreciation Weekend October 26-27, 2019. All teachers and educators receive free admission to the Farm with valid ID. All children with special needs, their parents and siblings also receive free admission to the Farm (pre-registration required by Sept. 15)

Teachers’ Appreciation Weekend & Special Needs Weekend Oct 26-27

Grandparents Free Admission:

Grandparents are FREE* Monday-Friday with a paid grandchild entry.  *Excludes Columbus Day

Pumpkin Fest is Open Daily 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturday, September 28 – Thursday, October 31, 2019

Photos: https://ourpumpkinfarm.com/media 

Location: Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm is located at 17250 S. Weber Road, Lockport, IL

WHEN: September 28th – October 31st , 2019 10 AM – 6 PM

WHERE: 17250 Weber Rd. Lockport IL. 60441

PRICE: Weekdays $11.95; Weekends (Sat, Sun) and Columbus Day $18.95 Military Free all season (with ID) Grandparents are Free Weekdays (With a Paid Grandchild)

CONTACT: Kaity Siegel – kaity@siegelsfarm.com

For more information and to get your tickets and coupons visit https://ourpumpkinfarm.com/tickets-coupons/

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