KATY MAGAZINE NEWS – Katy, TX
September 26, 2017
Dewberry Farm wants to heal some of the hurts caused by Hurricane Harvey by offering 100 individuals free entry to pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and more. Nominate a family you think deserves some fall fun below!
“Hurricane Harvey caused so much devastation. Our hearts broke for those who were displaced because of it” says Mary Emerson, owner. “If we can take people’s minds off their challenges and bring some normalcy to their lives, we would like to help.”
Nominate a deserving family
Dewberry Farm is asking people to nominate families affected by Hurricane Harvey to get free admission to their Fall festival.
To nominate a family please go to http://dewberryfarm.com/hurricane-survivor-nomination/. Submissions accepted until 10/13. Dewberry Farm will be providing free entry to 100 people.
To learn more about the Dewberry Farm please contact Jennifer Gorsché at Jennifer@DewberryFarm.com, or visit our social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
About Dewberry Farm
Dewberry Farm, located just west of Katy, is positioned on 100 acres. It is filled with an 8-acre corn maze, 8-acre pumpkin patch, and a 40-acre Christmas tree farm. There are animals and over 40 activities for families to enjoy. Dewberry Farm is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays, September 30 through November 12.
Visit DewberryFarm.com for more information, or “Like” Dewberry Farm on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to receive updates.