Milo Cleveland, age 4 but closing in on 5, was excited about the prospect of pumpkins last week at the Carpinito Bros. Pumpkin Patch, 27508 W. Valley Hwy. N. in Kent. ROBERT WHALE, Sound Publishing

Milo Cleveland, age 4 but closing in on 5, was excited about the prospect of pumpkins last week at the Carpinito Bros. Pumpkin Patch, 27508 W. Valley Hwy. N. in Kent. ROBERT WHALE, Sound Publishing

Final week in Kent for Carpinito Brothers Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze and Fun Yard

Open 9 a.m. to dusk daily through Oct. 31

The final days of the Carpinito Brothers Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze and Farm Fun Yard wrap up this week in Kent.

The hours are 9 a.m. to dusk daily through Saturday, Oct. 31. Face masks are required.

Entry to the Pumpkin Patch, 27508 W. Valley Hwy. N., is $5, which will be credited toward pumpkin purchases. The patch features a high-quality and unique selection of pumpkins, ranging from decorative mini pumpkins, and one-of-a-kind squash, to jumbo pumpkins and everything in between.

The Corn Maze is $11 for adults and $8 for children. The last admission is at 5:30 p.m. each evening. The maze features paths 8 feet wide in response to COVID-19.

The Farm Fun Yard, 6720 S. 277th St., is filled with activities for all ages, including farm animals, a hay maze, a goat walk and endless fun for the whole family. Admission is $4. The hayride also is $4.

For more information, go to carpinito.com/pumpkin-patch-and-corn-maze or call 253-854-5692.


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Kids and their parents flocked to Carpinito Bros. pumpkin patch last week, as Halloween draws nigh. ROBERT WHALE, Sound Publishing

Kids and their parents flocked to Carpinito Bros. pumpkin patch last week, as Halloween draws nigh. ROBERT WHALE, Sound Publishing

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