Though you wouldn't know it by the temperatures the past few days, it's fall!
Fall means many things—changing leaves, hayrides, fall festivals, Halloween and, of course, pumpkin picking.
Here are a few local pumpkin patches where you can celebrate the fall by finding your future jack'o lantern.
Y Worry Farm
Vist this local farm, opening on Oct. 5, to pick your own pumpkin, navigate teh corn maze, commune with farm animals and grab something to eat at the "fall foods shack."
The 7th Annual Agriculture Education Day, sponsored by the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation and the Anne Arundel County Farm Bureau,will be held at Y Worry Farm on Sunday, October 13. Details to follow.
- Y Worry Farm
1501 Rossback Road, Davidsonville
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For additional information contact www.aaedc.org or 410-222-7410
Homestead Gardens’ Fall Festival
Homestead Gardens’ Fall Festival runs every weekend in October, and features live entertainment, rides, food, events and, of course, pumpkins.
- Homestead Gardens' Fall Festival
743 West Central Avenue, Davidsonville
11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sept. 28 – Oct. 28
For additional information and a complete listing of events visit www.homesteadgardens.com
Knightongale Farm, located at the corner of Birdsville Road and of Route 2 hosts a Fall Festival featuring farm animals, a kernel corn sand box, six-acre pumpkin patch, pony rides, three-acre corn maze and hayrides.
- Knightongale Farm
3924 Solomons Island Road, Harwood
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays from Oct. 5-26
For additional information call 443-871-1076
Dick and Jane’s Farm
Dick and Jane's in Harwood pick out the features a pumpkin patch, a corn stalk maze, hayrides, and a campfire for roasting marshmallow or hot dogs.
- Dick and Jane’s Farm
4361 Solomons Island Road Harwood
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday and holidays
For additional information call 410-867-3264