Dave Meuer says they picked a familiar face to Packers’ fans for the subject of their corn maze this year. Donald Driver’s likeness smiles up at the heavens from the maze on Highway 151 about a half mile north of Brothertown. He says the company that designed the maze only took about six hours to put it in this year. He says the maze is actually cut during strawberry picking season. He says they have two different phases to the maze depending on how much time you want to take making your way through it. The smaller one takes about 15 minutes and the other takes 45 minutes to an hour. The maze is open seven days a week through November 3rd. He says this weekend they will be participating in the Coats for Kids effort for Northeastern Wisconsin. He asks that if you have a new or gently used coat to bring it in this Saturday or Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and it will get a free pass to the corn maze. You also have the option of giving $5 or more for the program. He says those who give to the effort will be entered into a drawing for a framed 11 x 17 inch autographed photo of Donald Driver. For more click here.
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