One more reason I love the choir Morgan is so lucky to sing, learn, grow and express herself with – Northwest Girlchoir.
She will one day be one of these Amore choristers (grade 9-12).
This is so poignant now or any time we feel alone or worried about our world.
Check out this list and description of local Pumpkin Patches around Seattle.
Let me know what you think if you do a patch or I’d love to add more if you have a favorite that’s not on the list?
Named Washington State’s best pumpkin patch by Readers Digest magazine.
Huge pumpkin patch, corn maze and “Stalker” Farms night maze.
Washington State corn maze, U-pick apples, wagon rides and petting zoo.
Lots of fun for little ones but also offers fun for teens and adults with the Carleton Farm Frights that includes Zombie paintball.
Jubilee Biodynamic Farm grows organic produce and celebrates fall with lots of free harvest activities including a giant pumpkin catapult, pony rides, hay rides and live music.
A working farm with gift shop, restaurant and pumpkin patch; there is an actual amusement park as well!
Oxbow isn’t just a farm, it’s a sustainable education center that stars in both farm fun and education.
With a cider press, animals and an Autumn-themed glassworks display; there is something for everyone here.
Among the usual offerings at pumpkin patches, Fox Hollow also offers ATV rides, pumpkin bowling and trick-or-treating in costume.
Known for their snacks like warm corn-on-the-cob and kettle corn, the Carpinto Brothers go all out with amazing corn maze designs each year.
A large assortment of activities for kids plus laser tag for the big kids and seeing a working dairy farm up close.
Cool interactive stuff at the Pacific Science Center.