Excavate a Good Time at the Corn Maze
Aug 22, 2013
What do a triceratops and corn have in common? Both will be celebrated this Saturday at the GP Corn Maze’s Dino Maze Day, benefiting the Phillip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum. The event, which was rescheduled due to rain last weekend, is set to go this Saturday, August 24 and the people of the Peace Region could not be more excited.
What can you expect? Try a roaring goodtime out at the corn maze, located at Country Roads RV Park. The day will be an outdoor adventure of prehistoric proportions with face-painting, dinosaur balloons, games, fossils, palaeo dig boxes, and of course the dino-inspired corn maze.
The maze itself is modeled after the Peace Country’s most famous, yet ancient, resident the Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai.
Towering around seven to ten feet tall, the tasty corn stalks will provide the perfect atmosphere for a family-fun learning experience with the folks at the corn maze and Phillip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum.
Families should expect a nominal fee for entry with proceeds going toward the museum.
So, this Saturday, make sure you head to Dino Maze Day before this good time goes extinct.