Happy 100th Birthday North Liberty

Celebrating Farmer Style!

Colony Pumpkin Patch in N. Liberty is celebrating the cities 100th year of incorporation in a unique way-by giving visitors a way to walk through the century, literally! The families 5 acre corn field has been transformed into a maze that people can wander through and test their skills at finding the way out the quickest way possible! Signs posted throughout will allow them to answer either pre-selected or custom made trivia questions that will either help, or hinder the way through. Questions will be made available on paper, or through a smartphone, as well as maps. For those that are impatient or just like using fun technology, a GPS version is also available! Plans are also in the works for those seeking more of a challenge... nighttime maze walks! Check out facebook.com/ColonyPumpkinPatchNL for updates and details!

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