2013-09-29 / Dining & Entertainment

Masters of Mayhem make local appearance Oct. 5

BY JEANNE MARCELLO STAFF REPORTER


PUMPKIN PITCH – Bryce Tomac of Tomac Pumpkin Patch demonstrates their pumpkin pitching sling. (TCC Photos by Jeanne Marcello) PUMPKIN PITCH – Bryce Tomac of Tomac Pumpkin Patch demonstrates their pumpkin pitching sling. (TCC Photos by Jeanne Marcello) CHESANING – Tomac Pumpkin Patch welcomes the Masters of Mayhem for a crazy day of pumpkin fun, Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Tomac Family farm, 19758 S. Corunna Rd., three miles south of Chesaning.

The pumpkin launching record-setting Masters of Mayhem are making a special appearance during Tomac Pumpkin Patch’s fall open house. With pumpkin chucking demonstrations from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. using their trebuchet catapult. The open house runs 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

The Walled Lake Northern Trebuchet Team (high school) will be joining the festivities for a little competition.

Amateur pumpkin chuckers can try out the Tomac Pumpkin Patch’s own pumpkin sling, lofting pumpkins into the cornfield.

The Tomac Pumpkin Patch offers an amazing selection of pumpkins in many shapes, colors, and sizes. They grow approximately 147 varieties of pumpkins from around the world. They sell more than 130 different varieties; while exhibiting many experimental varieties.

The Tomac Pumpkin Patch will have other family-friendly activities as well. They have a corn house, face painting, a toddler straw maze, hay rides and more.

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