Where has 2021 gone?! It's hard to believe that you're going to start seeing Spirit Halloween stores and pumpkin spice lattes reappear in the Treasure Valley!

It seems the like the unofficial start of spooky season is creeping earlier and earlier every year! Idaho welcomes it's first Halloween and Horror Convention, August 13-15. And now, one of you favorite family fall attractions is planning to open earlier than ever!

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With the addition of their Fruit & Flower Fest, the Lowe Family Farmstead in Kuna is planning to open on Labor Day weekend. The Fruit & Flower Fest gives guests the opportunity to pick and take photos in their four acre flower field, participate in a butterfly release and shop for local-in season fruit. It runs September 3-4, Labor Day, and September 10-11.

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When they finish up the Fruit & Flower Fest, they'll kick off their fall season. To celebrate the Labor Day weekend opening, they've unveiled their design for their 2021 version of Idaho's Original Corn Maze! This year's theme is "What a Gem," a play on the state's nickname "The Gem State."

The Lowe Family Farmstead's Corn MAiZE design often draws national attention! Last year, the USA Today's 10 Best named the maze the seventh best corn maze to visit in the fall in the nation! When they featured Tonight Show host, Jimmy Fallon, in the maze design in 2016, word of the design got back to him! Not only did he show and talk about the corn maze on the late night show, he sent the show's mascot "Hashtag the Panda" to parachute into it!

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