The warmth is still here in Western New York and not a single leaf has started changing colors, but as we all know, everyone looks forward to the fall season in Buffalo and one of the best events to do every single autumn is The Great Pumpkin Farm in Clarence.

Honestly, it's something my fiancee and I look forward to every year, even though we're adults. It never gets old walking through the leaves and smelling pumpkin spice with cider and all the pumpkins surrounding you.

We now have the opening date for The Great Pumpkin Farm in Clarence!

According to their website, The Great Pumpkin Farm will be opening on Saturday, September 18th, and running through October 31st (Halloween).

As usual, tickets will not be needed for weekdays, except for Columbus Day (October 11th). They will be open from 10 am to dusk, daily.

You'll find zillions (yes, zillions) of pumpkins to choose from; along with the candy and baked goods store and the ever-popular Halloween decoration store. There is also a petting zoo, a playground, and the 'Witches Bar and Cafe'. That's just what to do on the weekdays.

For weekends, you'll get to enjoy magic shows, the pumpkin cannon, the "I Got It" game (always a Buffalo favorite), hayrides, amusement park rides, and much more!

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Tickets will be needed on weekends. $12 for adults and children over the age of 2. Children under 2 are free. Senior admission (65 and over) will be $10. You can buy them online, which will be soon, according to The Great Pumpkin Farm.

You can also work for The Great Pumpkin Farm. They're currently hiring part-time employees for seasonal work, according to their Facebook page.

I always say that it's not fall in Western New York until The Great Pumpkin Farm is back open. It's everything you want for a fall event and the atmosphere is unmatched!

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