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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Double treat: Two Halloween Coupons for Eat'n Park!

We're scaring up smiles this Halloween! Print the coupons below for:
  • Buy two dozen Smiley Cookies, get one dozen free!
  • 20% off your takeout order

Both coupons are valid from now until Halloween - Monday, October 31. 
Click here to print yours. 

Happy Haunting!


Monday, October 3, 2011

10.3.2011 FarmSource Listing

See what's fresh and local this week at Eat'n Park:

Apple Cider
Dawson Orchards– Lawrence County, PA

Apples, Assorted
Dawson Orchards – Lawrence County, PA

Brenckle Farms, Butler County
Harvest Valley Farms, Butler, PA

Green Cabbage
Yarnick Farms, Indiana, PA
Hills of Home Farm, Indiana, PA

Green Peppers
Brenckle Farms, Butler County
Harvest Valley Farms, Butler County
Hills of Home Farm, Indiana, PA

Brenckle Farms, Butler County


Visit Smiley at Lake Farmpark's Corn and Pumpkin Harvest Weekend

Looking for a great fall activity this weekend? Stop on out to Lake Farmpark's Corn and Pumpkin Harvest Weekend. Smiley will be there both days, and our Cookie Cruiser will be attending on Saturday. Come say 'hi' and pick up a free Smiley Cookie to munch on!

October 8 & 9, 2011
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Lake Metroparks Farmpark
8800 Euclid Chardon Rd.
Kirtland, OH 44094
440-256-2122 • 800-366-FARM

Event Information:
Experience activities that highlight the sights, smells, and tastes of various corn and pumpkin harvest activities!

Participate in a variety of hands-on harvest activities and see demonstrations of antique farm equipment showing how corn was harvested.

  • Cornhusk doll making
  • Harvest and decorate a pumpkin
  • Three-acre corn maze
  • Kid-friendly hay maze
  • Giant Pumpkin Patch
  • Tasty corn treats
  • Pumpkin Sweet Potato Soup
  • Apple press to make cider
  • Fresh apple butter
  • Pony rides
General, $6
Ages 60+, $5
Youth 2 - 11, $4
Younger than 2, Free
Farmpark members, Free

Take I-90 to the Rt. 306 exit. Head south on Route 306 five miles to Chardon Road (Route 6), turn left on Route 6, and head east one mile. Entrance to Farmpark is on the right.

For more information, click here.