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Last weekend to lose yourself in the Lynden corn maze

Having made it through the maze once, Kamden Ignac, 7, left, and her cousins Evan,8, Noah, 5, and her father Aaron, run through the Lynden FFA corn maze on opening weekend Sept. 3, 2011 in Lynden.
Having made it through the maze once, Kamden Ignac, 7, left, and her cousins Evan,8, Noah, 5, and her father Aaron, run through the Lynden FFA corn maze on opening weekend Sept. 3, 2011 in Lynden. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

It's the last weekend for the Lynden FFA's popular corn maze, a series of twists and turns cut through a cornfield on Hannegan Road just south of Lynden.

Hours are 6 to 10 p.m. Fridays; 2 to 10 p.m. Saturdays; and 2 to 6 p.m. Sundays. It's fun for small kids but can be challenging in the dark, bring flashlight or headlamp.

Cost is $6 for those in seventh grade through adults, $4 for children in kindergarten through sixth grade and free for preschoolers or younger. A family pass for two adults and three children is $18. Children in elementary school or younger must be accompanied by an adult.

Funds help Lynden FFA members travel to state and national contests, buy equipment for the school's agriculture classes, sponsor the annual FFA banquet and scholarships for graduating seniors, according to the group's website, lyndenffa.org.

For more information call Lynden High School, 360-354-4401, or go the Lynden FFA page on facebook.com, where there's an aerial drone video posted.

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