Lyman Orchards to host Evidence of Evil Haunted Attraction

Middlefield, CT—Lyman Orchards, an independently-owned family destination for over 275 years, is pleased to host the Evidence of Evil Haunted Attraction for this year’s Halloween season.
This interactive attraction—open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October—will be hidden deep in the woods adjacent to the Lyman Orchards Pick-Your-Own location. As people pass through the exhibit, they will encounter live costumed actors doing their best to provide the spine-tingling chills and excitement that define Halloween. Tickets will only be available online. The attraction is rated PG-13; children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. A portion of the attraction’s proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

“We’re excited to add this new attraction to our October lineup, which includes Pick-Your-Own Apples and Pumpkins, the Corn Maze, shopping at the Apple Barrel Farm Market, and dining at the 1741 Pub & Grill,” states Lyman Orchards Executive Vice President John Lyman. “This promises to be an unforgettable experience!”

 

About Lyman Orchards:
Situated on 1,100 acres in Middlefield, Connecticut, Lyman Orchards is a year-round family destination. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards offers a variety of recreational activities and venues for adults and children of all ages—including pick-your-own fruit orchards, a farm market, seasonal mazes, 36 holes of championship golf, a par-29 nine-hole course, one of the top golf training facilities in the state of Connecticut, 1741 Pub & Grill, meeting and event space, and seasonal festivals. For more information, call Lyman Orchards at 860-349-1793 or visit lymanorchards.com.

Lyman Orchards Golf Center Instructor Marissa Kulig Crow Named LPGA Teacher of the Year

Middlefield, CT—Lyman Orchards, an independently-owned family destination for over 275 years, is proud to announce that Marissa Kulig Crow—a coach at The Lyman Golf Center at Lyman Orchards—recently received the LPGA Northeast Section 2021 Teacher of the Year Award. This award is given by the Ladies Professional Golf Association’s LPGA Professionals membership.
A previous LPGA Northeast Section Teacher of the Year Award recipient, Kulig Crow has held numerous positions throughout her 27-year golfing career. Like all LPGA Class A professionals, she is an expert instructor who is uniquely qualified to teach the game. A pioneer in empowering women in the world of golf, Kulig Crow is on track to help 1,400+ women this season alone significantly raise their confidence and skill levels through her Golf Fore Women program—one of the largest programs of its kind in the nation.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Marissa as part of the golf pro team here at The Golf Center,” states Lyman Orchards Executive Vice President John Lyman. “She is an incredibly talented player who excels at helping people improve their games.”

“I am truly honored to receive this award from the LPGA for the second time,” states Kulig Crow. “I also love teaching at The Lyman Golf Center; the people who come are extremely eager to learn—and the 36 holes of championship golf provide a truly fantastic setting in which to thoroughly enjoy the game.”

About Lyman Orchards:
Situated on 1,100 acres in Middlefield, Connecticut, Lyman Orchards is a year-round family destination. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards offers a variety of recreational activities and venues for adults and children of all ages—including pick-your-own fruit orchards, a farm market, seasonal mazes, 36 holes of championship golf, a par-29 nine-hole course, one of the top golf training facilities in the state of Connecticut, 1741 Pub & Grill, meeting and event space, and seasonal festivals. For more information, call Lyman Orchards at 860-349-1793 or visit lymanorchards.com.

27th Annual Harvest Music Festival set for Lyman Orchards Two-day event to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Middlefield, CT—Lyman Orchards, an independently-owned family destination for over 275 years, is proud to be the venue for the 27th Annual Harvest Music Festival—a fundraiser to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The event is hosted by St. Jude Connecticut Network.

The two-day event—scheduled for Saturday, September 11 and Sunday, September 12 from 11 am to 5 pm—will feature live, back-to-back performances from several local musicians and bands. Admission to the Music Festival is free. There is an option to purchase a Beer Garden ticket for $20. To help raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Lyman Orchards will also be featuring a variety of family-oriented activities, including pony rides, hayrides, a rock 'n' roll themed-Corn Maze, and outdoor grilling.

“When you think of pioneering medical research, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital comes immediately to mind,” states Lyman Orchards Executive Vice President John Lyman. “We're so excited to be the venue for this year's Music Festival—and we anticipate a great turnout of fun-loving families who are equally excited to join the fight against childhood cancer.”

“Lyman Orchards is a great and exciting place to be when the autumn colors and crisp air return to New England,” says Tony Raucci, President of St. Jude Connecticut Network. “I am so appreciative of the opportunity that the Lyman Family provides to help our kids who are fighting for their lives with cancer.”


About Lyman Orchards:
Situated on 1,100 acres in Middlefield, Connecticut, Lyman Orchards is a year-round family destination. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards offers a variety of recreational activities and venues for adults and children of all ages—including pick-your-own fruit orchards, a farm market, seasonal mazes, 36 holes of championship golf, a par-29 nine-hole course, one of the top golf training facilities in the state of Connecticut, 1741 Pub & Grill, meeting and event space, and seasonal festivals. For more information, call Lyman Orchards at 860-349-1793 or visit lymanorchards.com.

About St. Jude Connecticut Network:
The St. Jude Connecticut Network encourages mutual support among diverse, statewide St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital fundraising activities. By unifying individual efforts, the Network strengthens an appeal’s overall effectiveness and maximizes annual statewide contributions, furthering the mission of St. Jude in Connecticut. For more information, visit stjudectnetwork.org.

 

 

CTVisit.com - 6 Things to Add to Your Fall Bucket List

Lyman Orchards - #2 "thing to add to your Fall bucket list” by CTVisit.com.

Get lost in a corn maze at Lyman Orchards. This autumn pastime is growing in popularity...

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Reader’s Digest - The Best Place to Go Apple Picking in Every State

Lyman Orchards - best PYO location in the State of Connecticut!

Deep in the Connecticut River Valley, you’ll stumble upon Lyman Orchards, 1,100 acres of sprawling farmland. Fill your basket with flavorful eco-certified apples (grown sustainably with minimal chemicals), then grab a slice of their award-winning Hi-Top Apple Pie made from scratch in the Apple Barrel, the farm’s market which sells tons of fresh-baked goodies.

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Lyman Orchards to open Corn Maze on September 4

Lyman Orchards to open Corn Maze on September 4

The 2021 Corn Maze will feature a 1970s rock and roll theme

Middlefield, CT—Lyman Orchards, an independently-owned family destination for over 275 years, has announced that September 4 is the opening day for its 2021 Corn Maze. This year’s theme will focus on 1970s
rock 'n' roll, with multiple maze posts featuring trivia questions and musical highlights of the decade.


One dollar of each admission fee will be donated to support the American Cancer Society; since 2000, the Corn Maze has raised almost $665,000 for the organization. In addition, $.50 of each admission fee will be donated to the Connecticut Cancer Foundation, which has received a total of $20,440 from the Corn Maze since 2020.


“This marks our twenty-second year of operating the Corn Maze, as well as donating a percentage of proceeds to medical research,” states Lyman Orchards Executive Vice President John Lyman. “It’s always great fun for
families, and this year will literally be a trip down memory lane for lots of people.”


“We’re humbled by the support we’ve received for more than two decades from Lyman Orchards,” say Wendy Matthews, Director, New England, American Cancer Society. “The donations [the Corn Maze]
generates support all of the Society’s programs, services and resources—so not only does Lyman Orchards make a difference for their Connecticut neighbors, but also for anyone touched by cancer.”

About Lyman Orchards:
Situated on 1,100 acres in Middlefield, Connecticut, Lyman Orchards is a year-round family destination. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards offers a variety of recreational activities and venues for adults and children
of all ages—including pick-your-own fruit orchards, a farm market, seasonal mazes, 36 holes of championship golf, a par-29 nine-hole course, one of the top golf-training facilities in the state of Connecticut, 1741 Pub & Grill, meeting and event space, and seasonal festivals. For more information, call Lyman Orchards at 860-349-6000 or visit lymanorchards.com.


About the American Cancer Society:
With a presence in more than 5,000 communities, the American Cancer Society is structured to fight cancer on all fronts. Our regional and local offices mobilize communities in the cancer fight, delivering potentially lifesaving programs and services and raising crucial funds to support our mission. With the help of millions of supporters, we launch breakthrough research, create empowering resources for people to outsmart cancer, enable local communities to support those affected, and convene powerful activists to create awareness and impact. For more
information, visit cancer.org.

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