GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB)
Happy Friday everyone!
Mazes are pretty popular this time of year...and we’ve got another one for you. North of the City of Alachua, the Hollow Oaks Corn Maze continues through Sunday, November 8th. You can give the corn maze a try...but there’s also a mini maze, hay slide, pumpkin bowling, duck races and a lot more fun. It’s open tonight until 11, Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm and Sunday from 2 to 6 pm. If you’re using your GPS, it’s located at 18005 Northwest 190th Avenue, High Springs.
The Alachua County Sheriff is hosting a Halloween Drive-In tonight at 7 in Jonesville. You can kick back an enjoy a movie night in the park at Jonesville Rotary Park. Tonight’s feature, as voted on, is the movie Hocus Pocus starring Bette Midler. Admission is free and there’ll be popcorn, hot dogs and ice cream at the event.
Saturday is the day for the Sugar Camp Ranch Fall Harvest Festival. Activities include a corn maze, ziplines, hayrides, a critter corral, horse rides and more. Concessions and pumpkins will be available. It runs Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm at the ranch located at 387 Southwest Cumorah Hill Street in Fort White.
And while Saturday’s UF/LSU football game has been postponed, there’s sports over on the UF campus this weekend. The Gator soccer team is facing Vanderbilt Sunday in the 12th annual Kicking for the Cure match to support the fight against cancer. It starts at 6 pm Sunday at Donald R. Dizney Stadium.
Enjoy your weekend!
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