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October Fun Big Horse Corn Maze and Harvest Festival takes place at Big Horse Feed in

Temecula Come and be A”MAZE”D as you get lost in the largest corn maze in Southern California. The design of the 12 acre corn maze this year honors the 75th Anniversary of Little League. The Festival takes place from October 4th thru October 31st. The Corona family-owned business’ annual Corn Maze and Harvest Festival has

been a fixture on the Southern California calendar for 16 years, always delivering a mix of fun and fundraising for many good causes. Little League baseball and the military have been constant beneficiaries over the years, and several other charitable organiza- tions have also been featured. The first weekend in October is the Old Time Rock n Roll weekend. Saturday,

October 4th features a Classic Craze Car Show with celebrity appearances from Mike Henry and Kevin Mack of the History Channel’s Counting Cars. The second weekend in October is inspired by this summer’s Ice Bucket Chal-

lenge craze and family and friends close to the Corona Family who have been stricken with ALS. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) research will be the recipient along with several past military non-profit organizations of a majority of the funds raised from this

year’s Corn Maze and Harvest Festival’s 5K run. The elaborate corn maze, which takes about an hour to navigate and the festival run throughout October. The A-Maze-Ing Race on Oct. 11 starts with a 5K run, then challenges the runners to make it through a maze and finishes with the Ice Bucket Challenge. This weekend also salutes the military. “Because without them we would not be able to do anything in this country,” Rose states. The Gary Sinise Founda- tion, The Special Operations Warrior Foundation, the Medal of Honor Foundation, the VFW and the U.S. Marine Corps have been in the past and will continue to be special Big Horse benefactors again this year. The third weekend’s themewill be the ‘Take

Me Out to the Ballgame’. In addition to encouraging kids to sign up for Little League baseball, they’ll be a tie-in with the 75th anniversary of the “I’m the luckiest man on the face of the earth” speech made by Lou Gehrig upon his retirement from the sport in 1939. The “Iron Horse” Yankee baseball star died of ALS, at 38, just two years after that speech.

The fourth and final weekend in

October is “Old Fashioned Farm Day.” Potato sack races, pig races and all kinds of farm and family related fun will take place throughout the weekend. Weekend event hours are Sat & Sun

10am to 5pm. The Maze closes at 4pm and the Activities close at 5pm. On weekdays the Maze and Pumpkin Patch are open Tues thru Friday 1pm to 5pm. There will also be unique and exciting ex- periences for School Field Trips, Groups, Home Schools and Girl & Boy Scout Troops/Packs. Come on out on the weekend and

plan to spend the day enjoying all the ac- tivities: Corn Maze, Pony Rides, Pillow Jump, Rock Wall, Hay Ride, Animal Shar- ing Center, Mini Maze Pig Races, Corn Cannon, Face Painting and more! Keep in mind there is a $5.00 per vehicle charge for parking which is donated to the local Marine units who assist with the Corn Maze and Parking lot.For more informa- tion on the Corn Maze, Festival, Events, School Field Trips, Groups, Car Show, 5K and Ice Bucket Challenge go to : or call 951- 389-4621 or email us at (Open Mon- day Oct 27th - Final Week)



Date: 10/24/2014 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Cost: Free

Lake Community Center 310 W Graham Ave

Lake Elsinore, California 92530

The Recreation staff is brewing

a special treat for the community. Be a part of the frightfully fun night with food for sale, carnival games, activities, crafts & a showing of “Hotel Transylvania”. Costumes are welcome! Call (951) 245-0442 for more


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