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It’s pumpkin patch and scary mask time at Tolmachoff Farms in Glendale

Posted at 8:05 AM, Oct 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-14 20:02:50-04

Forget the Pumpkin Spice Latte – what about the good ole Pumpkin Patch?

“Pumpkin days and corn maze is here for families to come out and enjoy themselves. Unplug from your phone or your laptops”, said Tolmachoff Farms Co-Owner, Gracie Tolmachoff.

Tolmachoff Farms started in 1912 making dairy, hay and produce.

These days, they also host a handful of fall events.

“Have some farm fun right here in the middle of the city”, said Tolmachoff.

There’s plenty of activities for the family with massive rope spider webs to climb on, three pig huts to run through and hopping aboard two trains.

“The kids really love the trains”, said Tolmachoff.

Apparently, the adults do too.

For the big kids ages 12 and up, there’s also the Haunted corn maze.

“It’s pretty scary, if you can’t handle it our actors are really good and they will stop [and] they will take off their mask. If you want to get out, they will take you to a secret pathway, so you won’t have to go through a haunt”, said Tolmachoff.

Before you leave grab a pumpkin to carve one up for a Halloween treat.