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Not So Spooky Farm Celebrates Halloween Safely For Families

In the era of COVID-19, we’ve had to let go of many things, but Halloween doesn’t have to be one of them. Although Halloween will look a bit different this year, that doesn’t mean the celebration is over.

DEED Entertainment, a California Benefit Corporation founded by the innovators behind festivals like Coachella and Outside Lands, announced its latest Halloween project, Not So Spooky Farms.

Not So Spooky Farm is a five acres family-friendly drive-thru maze of Fall festivities. It is located 60 miles west of Los Angeles, at Siver Lakes Park in Norco. The maze will open Monday, October 26th at 5 p.m. It will remain open through November 29th, operating daily from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Keeping COVID-19 in mind and complying with CDC guidelines and regulations, the maze aims to bring Halloween entertainment and spirit in the safest way possible.

Four cars will enter the maze every five minutes, guided by character Stringy Jack and their smartphone. Along the way, the group QR code will unlock messages and directions. The maze features temples, candy cannibal safaris, prehistoric parties, hedge mazes, cornfields, and princess towers. As the group navigates through the maze, they will collect tricks and candy treats.

The award-winning designers who previously worked with Netflix, Warner Brothers, NBC, WME and Live Nations teamed up to create a 35-minute experience.

The experience is open to all ages. Ticket reservations start at $65 per car. DEED will also be giving $1.50 from each ticket back to the​ ​Jessie Rees Foundation​ to support cancer children.

For more information and to schedule a reservation, visit the website​.

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Samantha Aguilar

Samantha Aguilar is a Broadcasting Journalism student at California State University, Fullerton. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she moved to Southern California to begin her career as a reporter and anchor in hard news. Her love for music has led to her interest in both entertainment and American and Latin American pop culture. Having worked with Al Día, CSUF's Spanish newscast, has encouraged her to pursue a career in Spanish. Her favorite pass time is catching the sunset at the beach and hiking trails.

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