Food & DrinkThursday, Oct. 24
Keep Portland Lost
It’s pumpkin patch time at the Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island. This year’s Maize is themed “Keep Portland Lost,” because that’s the goal: to trap Portlanders inside the maze of corn, then harvest the hapless denizens of the Rose City into, I don’t know, corn syrup or something. The Maize at the Pumpkin Patch, 16511 N...More
Food & DrinkThursday, Oct. 17Keep Portland LostIt’s pumpkin-patch time at the Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island. This year’s maize is themed “Keep Portland Lost,” because that’s the goal: to trap Portlanders inside the maze of corn, then harvest the hapless denizens of the Rose City into, I don’t know, corn syrup or something. Really, though, the Pumpkin Patch is the best. Get out there...
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