Dewberry Farm Asking for Nominations for Free Family Admission

Photo courtesy of Dewberry Farm.

BROOKSHIRE (Fort Bend County News) – Dewberry Farm is asking people to nominate families affected by Hurricane Harvey to get free admission to their fall festival. Dewberry Farm wants to provide free admission to 100 people.

“Hurricane Harvey caused so much devastation. Our hearts broke for those who were displaced because of it, and we want to give back,” said Mary Emerson, owner. “If we can take people’s minds off of their challenges and bring some normalcy to their life, we would like to help.”

To nominate a family, go to Submissions accepted until Oct. 13.

Dewberry Farm, located just west of Katy, is positioned on 100 acres. It is filled with an eight-acre corn maze, eight-acre pumpkin patch, and a 40-acre Christmas tree farm. There are animals and more than 40 rides for families to enjoy. Dewberry Farm is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 30 through Nov. 12.

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