The Wolfe Island Corn Maze Gives Back to Easter Seals Kids
This Thanksgiving Weekend!
For the 4th consecutive year, the Wolfe Island Corn Maze will be hosting
a day of fun and family activity in support of Easter Seals Ontario and creating a better life for children and youth with physical disabilities.
Join local Easter Seals Ambassadors
on Saturday, October 8th from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
and enjoy a fun-filled walk through the Corn Maze, a variety of other activities including a free BBQ and musical entertainment provided by the Kings Town Tenors!
Admission is $8.50 for adults (12 and older), $6.50 for children (5-11 yrs) and children (4 and under) are free. 50 % of all proceeds from the day will be donated to Easter Seals Ontario.
The Wolfe Island Corn Maze is located on Hwy 95, Wolfe Island
This year’s Corn Maze design features two mazes with a refreshment area in the middle called the "Oasis Rest Stop". The 50 acre property offers the perfect venue for a variety of activities that all come under the heading of good, clean fun! Learn about the wind turbines at our exhibit as you exit the maze and complete your experience by visiting with the farm animals.
Show your support for children with physical disabilities and enjoy the great outdoors October 8th!
Kings Town Tenors - Talent abounds in this fun, vocal group from Kingston Ontario. Presenting a wide range of styles, and carefully stitched together vocal interpretations of familiar tenor classics, pop, rock and folk-rock, the Kings Town Tenors are sure to please. The Tenors; Danny Young, Tim Torgersen and Jack Francis each have their own unique timbre and the blending, sweeter for it. The Boys are backed by a great 4 piece band that finds the groove with ease. In the act there is a truculent dose of comedy and sometimes a special guest or two!
Easter Seals Ontario began in 1922 as a vision to create a better life for children and youth with physical disabilities. Today, Easter Seals continues to offer programs and services to help these children achieve a greater level of acceptance and independence, such as financial assistance for mobility and communication devices, fully accessible summer camp and funding for other summer recreational programs. Easter Seals also provides access to information and resources, as well as public education and awarenessFor media inquiries, contact:
Senior Development Officer
Easter Seals Ontario
Tel: 613-547-4126 ext. 224