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Pumpkin Patches

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Published on August 29, 2012 with No Comments

Kregel’s Pumpkin Patch

Big buy online generic no prescription fluoxetine . get cheap low price . news!  Kregel’s Pumpkin Patch has moved.  The new location to 7705 W. 159th Ave. in Lowell (previously located in Crown Point).   Bring the family and come out to have a look.  It’s worth the trip!

Kregel’s offers tractor-pulled hayrides out to the field.  You can pick your own pumpkin there or, if you prefer, you can choose your pumpkins at the farm stand.  Hayrides leave every half hour on the weekend. 

There’s a corn maze, petting zoo, pony rides and barrel train rides. Test your marksmanship with the sling shot challenge. Sample a treat from our snack shack.  There’s freshly made kettle corn if you get hungry and a picnic area online, generic estradiol cream cost, estradiol cream no prescription. where you can eat and relax.

At the farm stand, we have local honey for doxycycline monohydrate rxlist doxycycline hyclate and food sale as well as jams, jellies, hand-painted pumpkins, gourds, squash, mums, straw bales and corn stalks. 

Kregel’s Pumpkin Patch opens its season Sept. 29.  There is no admission charge to the pumpkin patch.  For more information, call 219-690-1503 or visit .

Come and take a hayride on our tractor drawn trailers and explore our pumpkin patch

Norm’s Pumpkin Patch celebrates 25 years of fall fun

In 1987, Norm Harris started out growing pumpkins for clomid how long to work his nieces and nephews. That year he had such an abundance of pumpkins that he also gave friends and neighbors pumpkins.   Since then his pumpkin patch has grown bigger and better, with Norm adding something new and different every year. 

Come out and see a wide variety of pumpkins. Ride the hay wagon to the field and pick your own pumpkin.  Let the kids pet the farm vaginal cream 9.2 out of 10 based on 342 ratings. the study included men who have no history estrace uk of endometrial cancer, mardis says. animals and enjoy the magic show and corn maze.  There’s Norm’s farm stand as well as a beautiful variety of fall mums and gourds to purchase for your home.  During the month of October, food and drinks can be purchased. So bring the kids for a day of fall family fun.

Norm is offering a September special for Friday or Saturday nights: a bonfire and hayride for your family or group.  Call or email for reservations.    Norm is also taking reservations for weekend hayrides and Haunted Hayrides.

Norm’s Pumpkin Patch is located at 7608 W. 115th Ave. in Lowell and is solely owned and operated by Norm Harris. For more information, call 219-696-7726, email or visit .

Area Farmers Markets can provide additional pumpkin purchases

Chesterton’s European Market
Saturdays through October 27
Each Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., the intersection of Broadway and 3rd Street is host to Chesterton’s European Market. The area’s premier farmer and artisan’s market is located in historic downtown Chesterton with over 100 vendors and high quality shopping for all. Customers can shop for handmade artwork and crafts, artisan breads and cheeses from all over the Midwest, locally grown produce, freshly prepared lunch and enjoy live entertainment. For more information, visit

Central Park Plaza Market
Tuesdays and Saturdays, through October 30
Shop local and buy fresh at Valparaiso’s Central Park Plaza Market.  Each Tuesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. unique vendors, handmade products, plants and produce direct from the farm are available at this local farmer’s market located in downtown Valparaiso at Central Park Plaza, 162 Lincolnway. Live music is also performed on certain Tuesdays from 11a.m. to 1p.m. For more information, call 219-464-8332 or visit .

Portage Community Farmers Market
Sundays, through September 30
The Portage Community Farmers Market is a great place to buy fresh picked produce, breads, jams, jellies, handmade pastries and other tasty goods. Each Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Portage Community Farmers Market is open at Founders’ Square Park, located at 6300 Founders’ Square Park in Portage. For more information, call 219-762-1675 or visit .

Schoolhouse Shop Farmers Market
Fridays and Saturdays through October 6
Each Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the legendary Schoolhouse Shop will host its annual Farmers Market. Offering shoppers labriola artisan bread, gourmet foods, gifts as well as candies and contemporary apparel at Dune Clothiers, Schoolhouse Shop Farmers market has something for everyone. There are even cards and stationery, floral shop, toys and games, home accents and patio plate lunches available for purchase. The Schoolhouse Shop is located at 278 E. 1500 North in Chesterton. For more information, call 219-926-1551 or visit .

Crown Point Farmers Market
Saturdays, through September 29
Crown Point’s historic town square will host this farmers market each Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Produce, landscape artwork, floral arrangements, home-grown foods and other vendor materials will be available for shoppers. For more information, call 219-662-3290 or visit .

LaPorte Farmers Market
Saturdays through October 6
Sponsored by the City of LaPorte’s Urban Enterprise Association, the LaPorte Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Purchase locally grown vegetables and meats, homemade crafts and other handmade items from local artisans, and delicious and healthy edibles made in local kitchens. The market is located in downtown LaPorte at the corner of Monroe and Lincolnway. For more information, call 219-448-1674 or visit .

Hobart Summer Market on the Lake
Thursdays, through September 27
Each Thursday afternoon from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. this farmers market is hosted by the city of Hobart Special Events. Relocated to Festival Park in downtown Hobart, shoppers can shop for locally produced vegetables, fruit, produce and goods while enjoying the breathtaking views of Lake George. For more information, call 219-942-4511 or visit

Munster Farmers Market
Sundays, through Sept. 23
Hosted by the town of Munster in Centennial Park, 1005 Ridge Road., this farmers market will be featured each Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shoppers  will have access to fresh produce, fruit and nuts, jams and jellies, flowers, herbs and baked goods, handcrafted arts and crafts. For more information, call 219-836-6900 or visit .

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