Well here it is!  A picture of the 2023 EBMY Farm Corn Maze!  The maze has been cut three times…  this field corn is some resilient stuff!  You can see we have decided to do a Halloween theme with the design being around a pumpkin. This year will be a bit different… no clues to find the scarecrows.  You are going to just have to hunt them down!

Along with the maze, don’t forget there will be  a drawing at the end of the season for a basket that contains products and gift card from all our local business sponsors.

Starting with Kids n’ Stuff.  They are an interactive museum for kids and families in downtown Albion and will be offering a discount to our maze and to their museum.  They are a 20 year resident in Albion and offer a great day of family fun.  If you are a museum member bring your card and the adult will get in for the student rate.

Homestead Savings Bank was a sponsor from last year.  We appreciate their continued support, and as a thank you we are offering a discounted student rate to all bank members, just show your bank card at the entrance.

Pure Albion has been a part of the Albion community since 2018.  They have all kind of unique gifts made by local artist as well as Albion College and the city of Albion apparel. If you haven’t been in yet, stop in and check them out.

Superior Street Mercantile is a bouquet food market that has that one item you need to finish dinner, as well as many more speciality products.  They carry a wide range of items made in Michigan including some of EBMY Farm’s Jams and Salsas. They also have a vast array of liquor, spirits, and beer for any and all of your parties.

Holton Hardware is located in Concord.  They have any supplies that are needed for that DIY job you have been planning to get finished this year. They have a new paint section, plumbing, electrical supplies as well as concrete.  Local and a small business and different from the big box stores, your money stays local and in the community and you don’t have to get in that I-94 construction .

Stirling Books & Brew is a great example of a small privately owned business in Albion.  Most of the time you will find Jim in house working with a customer but they also work very hard to bring in entertainment to our town.  From trivia night, live music, to classes (this summer they had a beer tasting class), Stirling is making a difference in Albion!  They have a good selection of beverages, tea, coffee, real fruit smoothies and of course don’t forget they have ice cream.

This year we have two new partners.  Groveland Market located in downtown Parma is a brick and mortar Farmer’s Market.  They have farm raised meat, fresh veggie in season, artisan bread, coffee and a large selection of EBMY Farm jams, jellies and salsas.   Visit them to receive a coupon to the maze when you buy select products.

Willow Garden is also a new partner this year.  They are an organic farm that produces veggie, some fruits, honey and maple syrup.  They have an online store and delivery service right to your door for a very small fee.  They do only deliver to certain areas at this time, but the future will probably hold more on the horizon.  You can also find select products from EBMY Farm on their site.

There are lots of great things going on this year, so come and join us for a weekend of fun!

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