ANDERSON, Calif. - It’s that time of year again, Hawes Farms will be opening its doors for yet another year of fun. However, this year will be extra special because they’re paying tribute to a fallen hero.
“So this year we wanted to do something that we can give back to Jeremy Stoke and his non-profit that his wife’s started for his legacy,” said Hawes Farms owner Nikola Hawes.
Gone but not forgotten. This year, Hawes Farm has decided to dedicate its signature maze in honor of fallen firefighter, Jeremy Stoke.
“Proceeds, portions of our proceeds are going to go back to his non-profit which is for men and women that want to join the fire department,” Hawes said.
For the first time ever, the celebration will feature country stars like Gabby Barrett. Food, rides, a pumpkin patch, and plenty of other activities will be open for the public to enjoy.
Hawes Farms owner Greg Hawes said there's a lot of different things to come and do.
“Most people that come out one time, they’ll come out every year. But there’s still a lot of people who haven’t been here yet, so we want to get them out in here,” Hawes said.
One thing you can’t miss is the corn maze.
“We’ve done this for fifteen years now so we’re starting to see the next generation now come through and bring their kids and it’s really rewarding,” Hawes said.
Hawes Farms will be open Saturday, Sept. 28 and runs until Oct. 27. For more information, CLICK HERE