Moon Farm prepares to open

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – This would be the Grand Valley Equine Assisted Studying Middle’s first yr placing on the Moon Farm pumpkin patch after shopping for the property this yr.

The Pumpkin Patch will present an identical expertise as earlier years. There will probably be pumpkin selecting, Halloween-themed leisure, a haunted maze and chateau, and the standard Moon Farm petting zoo.

There are a number of minor modifications that come from the change in possession.

One is a profit live performance, which is able to function performances from Pessy Mclone, Terry Nash and Chris Peterson. Additionally, the proceeds collected from the neighborhood will probably be used to assist the nonprofit, the Grand Valley Equine Assisted Studying Middle, which supplies a particular sort of bodily remedy, speech remedy, all occupational remedy accomplished on horseback.

“Each pumpkin that goes out of right here and each customer that comes and joins us,” mentioned Jay Muller, co-founder and president of Grand Valley Equine Assisted Studying Middle. “Meaning we get to serve another shopper with horses in our equine remedy. So, actually the one distinction individuals are going to see is that these {dollars} are going to assist the nonprofit.”

Their mission is to assist those that will profit from the remedy whereas nonetheless offering the identical leisure from earlier years the neighborhood has grown to like.

Moon Farm will open from September 25 via October 31.

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