FOREST CITY | North Iowa families will once again be able to celebrate fall and support a worthy cause at the 13th annual Walking Eagle Pumpkin Patch, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Walking Eagle Ranch in Forest City.
The event will feature hundreds of pumpkins of all sizes and colors, concessions, bake sale free family activities and more. The Walking Eagle Pumpkin Patch is located one-and-a-half miles East of Bear Creek Golf Course in Forest City. Proceeds will go to the “Walking Eagles” Relay for Life team to fight back against cancer.
Keila Buffington, who helps organize the event, said the teams hope it raises a lot of money once again this year. “This is a fun event for the entire family, and a great fundraiser in the fight against cancer,” she said. Since it began in 2005, the event has raised of $40,000 for the Relay for Life cancer fundraiser event.
The event is a project of the employees of FCIS Insurance (Farm & City Insurance), a Forest City based personal and vehicle insurance company that specializes in insurance coverage for the recreational vehicle industry.