Eleven-month-old Kailey Fallan enjoys her first trip to the pumpkin patch at Galey Farms on Sunday. The annual Pumpkinfest event attracted thousands of visitors throughout the weekend

Pumpkin party!

Thousands swarm to the pumpkin patch at Galey Farms

Eleven-month-old Kailey Fallan enjoys her first trip to the pumpkin patch at Galey Farms on Sunday.

The annual Pumpkinfest event attracted thousands of visitors throughout the weekend, as temperatures soared to an unseasonal 23 C on Sunday.

The Galey Farms event continues Oct. 18, 19, 26 and 27, where a few tricks have been added to the popular train ride, corn maze and hay wagon that make it a must-do for families across the Capital Region.

Head to Galey’s (4150 Blenkinsop Rd.) anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

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