Corky’s Wine Bar

Rock in the New Year with Moon Tide, a power trio from Austin that covers hits from the 60s until now. Tickets are only $35.  Included in the price is a midnight champagne toast, party favors, a souvenir glass, breakfast food after the ball drops and your live music and dancing for the evening. Attire is semi-formal.


Corn Mazes, Hayrides, and Pumpkins Please!

The Robinson Family Farm is among some of the most exciting, fun attractions that Temple has to offer.  This farm has been a local favorite for many years and visitors come from all over to see what the excitement is all about!  The Robinson Family Farm’s special fall festivities continue on the weekends through October 31st.  Stop by on a Saturday or Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. A “Haunted Maze” event will take place on the 30th.  This event will be after normal operating hours starting at 8 pm and ending at 10 pm. Admission to this special event is $15 per person with proceeds benefiting a local youth football team. For general admission to the farm on regular weekends, the cost is $19.12 at the gate or $13.95 online!

Corn Maze

Photo Courtesy of The Robinson Family Farm

Mazes & More

The Robinson Family Farm has a variety of incredible attractions and things to do! With family-friendly activities and cute photo opportunities, this Temple hot spot is sure to be a local favorite your family, friends, and loved ones will enjoy seeing.  Perhaps one of the greatest things about the fall season is the chance to soak up the crisp weather and traipse through a corn maze.  Corn mazes can be both a challenging and rewarding thing to do!  With numerous routes and clues, this maze is always a great way to pass the time with friends and family! Looking for more things to do centered around the vegetable of the hour? There are a few corn cannons on hand where people of all ages can try their luck at hitting a few targets!

Barn

Photo Courtesy of The Robinson Family Farm

Photographs, Pumpkins, and Perfection

There are also plenty of farm animals on hand for the kids to enjoy seeing and interacting with! On certain Saturdays and Sundays of the month, guests to the farm can catch a few herding shows and wood carving demonstrations. Herding shows take place on the 24th and 31st at 12 pm, 1:30 pm, and 3 pm. The Chainsaw Wood Carver will be doing demonstrations at the farm on the 23rd and 30th. These shows are a lot of fun to watch and will leave you either wanting to teach an old dog new tricks or start a new hobby involving lumber and a chainsaw!

The Robinson Family Farm has an on-site pumpkin patch where you can pick out the perfect pumpkins for the members of your group!  Take them home and carve or paint them for additional fun! Pumpkins are one of the most photographed items during the fall season.  Luckily for guests there are so many fantastic photo opportunities at this local attraction!  New to the farm is a pumpkin barn.  This art piece is a structural design concept with pumpkins of varying sizes placed on the walls and shelving.  Between the pumpkin barn and the pumpkin patch, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to snag a few Instagram-worthy images!

Axe Throwing

Photo Courtesy of The Robinson Family Farm

For the Adults

For the adults, visitors to the Robinson Family Farm can participate in an axe-throwing attraction.  Have you ever wanted to try your hand at this challenging sport? You’re in luck! Targets are set up and you can have a friendly competition between friends and family to see who has the better skills! Or, for fans of good music, what better way to celebrate fall than with an outdoor jam session?  The Robinson Family Farm has live music from local artists! Check the Facebook page for more information!

The Patch

Photo Courtesy of The Robinson Family Farm

For the Kids

There are so many incredible attractions for the children!  Each admission into the farm comes with a trip to the sand art station.  This activity is fun for all ages!  Pick your favorite colors of sand and fill up a bottle for a memento of your time at the Robinson Family Farm! There’s also a bounce pad and a corn pit for the kids to play!  These activities will keep the children entertained while you enjoy some time outside!  Also on-site is a playground, tug-o’-war station, and a barrel train! More activities at the farm include a hayride through the pumpkin patch, yard games, and the ball zone where people of all ages can shoot hoops on these arcade-style ball games.

Robinson Family Farm Barrel Train

Photo Courtesy of The Robinson Family Farm

Local Farms and Festivities

For more incredible farms and fall festivities, head to Walker Honey Farm! This regional farm located in Rogers, Texas has an adorable pumpkin patch.  The farm also has an on-site winery for the adults and is home to many bee populations!

Christmas Is Just Around The Corner

After the fall season, The Robinson Family Farm will have Christmas trees and wreaths! Beginning November 20th, visitors can pick up a Fraser fir Christmas tree or grab some real holiday wreaths to spruce up their homes! The Robinson Family Farm will also have hot cocoa and mulled cider available for purchase.

 


CTOS Presents: Geneva Lewis

New Zealand-born violinist Geneva Lewis has forged a reputation as a musician of consummate artistry whose performances speak from and to the heart. She is the recipient of a 2021 Avery Fisher Career Grant and winner of the Grand Prize at the 2020 Concert Artists Guild Victor Elmaleh Competition.

Join us at the CAC for live music from this talented violinist!


Dia de Los Muertos Celebration

Tuesday, November 2nd from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Wilson Park Recreation Center.

Viva la raza! Long live the people! Come join Temple Parks and Recreation and celebrate hispanic and Mexican culture and heritage! For Day of the Dead, there will be tons of food, music, dancing, sugar skull face painting, arts and crafts, and more! Bring a picture of one of your loved ones and help us remember our dearly departed on our community ofrenda. Let us celebrate what it truly means to honor and remember our family!

 


Empire Wild Live at the CAC

Empire Wild is a genre-bending, crossover trio founded by Ken Kubota, Brandon Ilaw, and Mitch Lyon. The three musicians met at Julliard and formed Empire Wild as a vehicle for their love of musical exploration – fusing the sounds of pop, folk, Broadway, and more into their songwriting and composition.

Come see Empire Wild at the CAC on September 26th.


Fall Festival at The Robinson Family Farm

The Robinson Family Farm in Temple is open for the season!  Stop by during their Fall Festival dates from September 18th to October 31st.  Open on Saturdays and Sundays. The Robinson Family Farms have all kinds of attractions like a corn maze, pumpkin patch, axe throwing, and so much more!  The local favorite is family-friendly and picture-worthy!


Fall Festival at The Robinson Family Farm

The Robinson Family Farm in Temple is open for the season!  Stop by during their Fall Festival dates from September 18th to October 31st.  Open on Saturdays and Sundays. The Robinson Family Farms have all kinds of attractions like a corn maze, pumpkin patch, axe throwing, and so much more!  The local favorite is family-friendly and picture-worthy!