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(photo: twincitiesmaze.com)

Fall is in the air, hockey season is just around the corner, and the “State of Hockey” is continuing to live up to its nickname.

The Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze, held annually at Brooklyn Park in Saint Paul, MN, will feature a corn maze in the shape of the Minnesota Wild logo this year.  In addition to this massive tribute to the Wild organization, the festival will donate 50 cents from every ticket sold toward the Minnesota Wild Foundation; once attendance at the corn maze reaches 15,000 people, this donation will double.  The Minnesota Wild Foundation works to support pediatric medical causes and provides fundraising opportunities for youth hockey organizations across the state.

The maze opens to the public on Saturday, September 20, and is located at 8001 109th Ave. N. in Saint Paul.  General admission is $10/person ($12 onsite) and $9/person for groups of 20 or more.  In addition to the corn maze, the site features a corn pit, petting zoo, hayride, and live music.  Visit twincitiesmaze.com for more information and to order tickets for the festival and maze.


Stephanie is currently a student at Roger Williams University and is working toward a BFA in Creative Writing and Film. She is hoping to pursue a master's degree in Sports Journalism after graduating. Stephanie is a former basketball player and now enjoys writing from the sidelines (though she wouldn't be opposed to watching from a press box). She quite literally turned into a full-fledged hockey fan overnight, and she is the lone Rangers/Blackhawks fan in a family of hardcore Bruins fans. During the offseason, she enjoys writing, film, traveling, and theatre. Twitter: @stephanielynn_


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