The Lohbrunner Community Farm Co-operative is hosting their last fundraiser of the year this weekend in Langford. They have roughly 400 pumpkins by donation. (Photo contributed)

Pumpkin patch fundraiser for Langford farm this weekend

Lohbrunner Community Farm Co-operative has roughly 400 pumpkins for Halloween

Halloween is quickly approaching and with it all of the joys of the season.

Much to the delight of the Lohbrunner Community Farm Co-operative, a recent frost revealed a robust pumpkin crop which will serve as the non-profit farm’s last community event of the year.

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Approximately 400 pumpkins are ready for Halloween and the funds raised will help with some needed infrastructure.

There are lots of different sizes and organizers are asking for a minimum $5 donation for small pumpkins, $10 for medium and $15 for the large ones.

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The farm is located at 1152 Lippincott Rd. (off of Luxton Road) in Langford and the pumpkin patch will be open from 3:30 p.m. until dark on Friday (Oct. 20) and from 1 to 5 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday.


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