LACOMBE- In honour of the Canadian Finals Rodeo's inaugural appearance in Red Deer, the Kraay Family Farm 2018 corn maze design is CFR-inspired.
Thsi year's Lacombe Corn Maze maze covers over 15 acres and incorporates the Canadian Finals Rodeo logo featuring saddle bronc, traditionally considered to be the “classic event” of the rodeo.
In addition to the maze, the farm is incorporating the rodeo theme into its attractions and special events this year.
“Central Alberta has a passion for rodeo and we are eager to join in helping the Canadian Finals Rodeo make its first year in Red Deer a-MAZE-ing,” says co-owner of Kraay Family Farm, Rachel Kraay. “CFR brings thousands of visitors from all over North America together and we’re excited to be a part of the event and look forward to all the fun.”
The Kraay Family Farm says they believe the Canadian Finals Rodeo maze design and their partnership with the CFR is a perfect fit for the 2018 season as both promote family and community values and share farming roots.
The farm says they'll will continue provide a place for families and friends to play together and build memories while experiencing a bit of farm and country life, and this year, with an extra rodeo twist.
Since 2000, the Kraay Family Farm has been a family-friendly destination teaching visitors about life on a farm. There are over 40 different attractions and activities at the farm.
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