Spooky festival set to fall into place
August 30, 2013 by Sarah
Halloween looks sure to be fun for everyone in the Queens area this year, as the Children’s Fall Festival gets closer at the Queens County Farm Museum, located in the Queens Farm Park in New York. As Flushing is very close by, residents of the area are no doubt looking forward to attending the event as well.
Arriving in costume is encouraged, as everyone will have an opportunity to enjoy games, bounce houses, a petting zoo, and magic shows. Other activities include animal feeding, hayrides, pony rides, an amazing maize maze, and a spooky haunted house.
Vendors will be on hand offering gifts, crafts, and food. They commonly use the services of local print companies in preparing needed supplies for events of this type. Banner printing is important, as such promotional materials are placed within the vendor booths displaying the company name and products. Flyer printing is also a frequent request so that flyers can be distributed prior to event to develop interest and increase attendance.
Queens County Farm Museum opened in 1697 and occupies the largest tract of undisturbed farmland in New York City. Comprising a 47-acre parcel, is continuously farmed and includes many historic buildings, a greenhouse, farm vehicles, fields and orchards, livestock, and a vineyard. The farm animals provide a great chance for children to enjoy an adventure to a real farm in a ruralized setting without actually leaving the city.
The date has been set for October 27, and more information on the event can be found on its website.