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November 30….The Maize - Fall is here and the Simpson
family has created a new labyrinth that will challenge any maze
goer! Come test your skills in the 12 acre cornfield full of twists
and turns. This year’s design is The Wizard of OZ design.
The Maize will give visitors the chance to see this startling creation
and is also the perfect place to come pick your pumpkins for fall
decorating and carving. They have a huge selection and varieties
to choose from. It is the perfect adventure for families, school
field trips, church groups, scouts, birthday parties, cooperate
team building and company gatherings. So come be a part of Lubbock’s
very own cornfield maize. In addition to the maize, you will find
delicious food, rock wall, pumpkin patches, campfires, corn cannon,
hay bale mazes, barnyard, concession and tent area. The hayride
to Pumpkin Hollow is open every Friday and Saturday evening (September
27 – November 23) and features over 150 carved and illuminated
pumpkins. Maize admission is $8.00 (4 & under are free). Non-maize
admission is $4.00 (4 & under are free). Hayride to Pumpkin
Hollow is $5.00. Maize and Pumpkin Hollow Combo is $10.00. For more
info, call James and Patti Simpson at 787-4222 or 787-4241or visit
www.cornfieldmaze.com. From Shallowater: (2 miles East on FM 1294).
From 4th and Frankford: (7 miles north on Frankford to FM 1294.
Turn left and go ¾ of a mile). From I-27: (Take the Shallowater
exit, go 6.5 miles on FM 1294). Open to the public: Tuesday - Friday
6-9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.- 9 p.m., Sunday 2-9 p.m. Closed Mondays.
- January 2014….Museum of Texas Tech University Exhibit: The
Season of Giving and the Joy of Play — Historic Toys
from Holidays Past - An "Up from the Basement" exhibition
from the Museum's History collection, in celebration of "Joy
of Play — A Season of Collaborative Exhibitions" with
the Silent Wings Museum's exhibit Toys Go to War. The Museum's exhibition
showcases toys from the collection made before and after the WWII
years. For more information call (806) 742-2490. Museum Of Texas
Tech, Gallery 7, 3301 4th Street.