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Fall Fest at Pot Luck Greenhouse

Pot-Luck Greenhouse | Photo by Grace Ramsdell | Edited by Kayli Thompson | The Wright State Guardian

The Pot-Luck Greenhouse in Wilmington, OH is sure to be a hotspot for fans of fall festivities across the Dayton area. The annual Fall Fest extravaganza at the greenhouse will be active until Nov. 1., and includes fresh foods and activities for the whole family.  

According to the Pot-Luck Greenhouse website, “the farm will look a little different this year. In order to keep crowd sizes smaller, tickets must be purchased online for a specific entry time. 50 guests will be able to enter every 30-minute interval.”  

Ticket prices and activities 

Ticket prices for Fall Fest 2020 are as follows

  • Ages3-12: $7 
  • 13-64: $9 
  • 65+: $7 

In addition to touchless ticket purchases, guests will be required to wear a facial covering and encouraged to remain socially distant wherever possible on the farm premises.  

Activities for Fall Fest 2020 include:  

  • 5-Acre Corn Maze 
  • Large inflatable Bounce Pad 
  • Pumpkin Patch Hay Rides 
  • Petting Zoo 
  • Giant Inflatable Slide 
  • Inflatable Twister 
  • Giant Chess 
  • Giant Cornhole 
  • Duck Races 
  • Jacob’s Ladder 

Getting out of the house 

With students completing much of their classroom assignments from home, and some students working from home as well, visiting The Pot-Luck Greenhouse is a perfect way to escape the monotony of your work and enjoy some of the fresh local produce while engaging in the activities available at Fall Fest.  

“I think it’s very important for students to pursue fall activities especially now during the coronavirus when so many people are just stuck at home,” said Wright State University (WSU) Junior Jaden Stacy. “You get to meet new people, embrace your creativity with carving pumpkins and just have a good time.”  

WSU alumni Christian Henderson enjoys the corn maze at Fall Fest, and recounts autumn months spent at the university.  

“Fall was my favorite time of year during my collegiate career at Wright State. The leaves changing across campus, being able to wear hoodies, visiting pumpkin patches and going through corn mazes were always my favorite things to do,” Henderson said.  

“I feel for all of the students at WSU trying to have fun during these unprecedented times. You have to go out and still try to make the best of the situation. Things like Fall Fest are the perfect way to enjoy the fall months while still remaining socially distant.”  

The Pot-Luck Greenhouse was contacted and was unable to comment in time for publication.  

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