Craft beers were ready for the tasting during the opening of the Roadside Harvest Social on Saturday at a 10-acre property at 36737 North Parallel Rd. (the same site where the popular Tulip Festival takes place in the spring). The event continues weekends from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. until Oct. 16, and includes three different corn mazes. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

Roadside Harvest Social now underway in Abbotsford

Event includes three corn mazes

The Roadside Harvest Social is now open in Abbotsford and continues every weekend until Oct. 15 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It is located on a 10-acre field at 36737 North Parallel Rd. – the same location where the hugely successful Abbotsford Tulip Festival has taken place the last two years.

The Roadside Harvest Social includes three different corn mazes – the Rookie Maze, the All Star Maze and the Sampler Maze – as well as a KidsZone play area, a Bevi Zone and autumn eats.

Admission to the three-kilometre Sampler Maze includes four tastings from a selection of rotating partners.

All successful participants in the All Star Maze receive a prize upon completion.

The Bevi Zone features Roadside partners, with all proceeds going to select charities.

No minors are permitted in the Sampler Maze or Bevi Zone.

Admission is $8 online at abbyroadside.com or $10 at the gate for ages three to 18. Children two and under are free.

Tickets for adults are $18 online or $20 at the gate and include access to all mazes and activities. Beverages are a la carte.

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