Tag Archives: Corn Maze partnership


Run for Water Day

This year the Chilliwack Corn Maze is partnering with Run for Water. September 17th is Run for Water day at the maze! All proceeds on that day will go 100% to Run for Water to help bring clean water to the people of Ethiopia.


Goodbye FoxMAZE

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the end of the 2015 Corn Maze season.  What an incredible seasons it has been!  We feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to work with the Terry Fox Foundation and highlight the 35th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope.  It was a wonderful partnership. A […]


Terry Fox from the SKY

This year’s Corn Maze design was formally revealed at our annual media day where the press, those involved in tourism as well as city leaders came out to the farm.  Darrell Fox, Terry Fox’s brother, spoke on behalf of the Foundation.  He gave a moving account of the Marathon of Hope, Terry’s journey and the […]


Terry Fox Maze X 3

Did you know that we aren’t the only ones featuring the Terry Fox Foundation in our design this year?!  There are actually 3 corn mazes across Canada who have chosen to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope. The Hunter Brothers Corn Maze in Florenceville, New Bruinswick have a really beautiful corn maze […]


Corn Maze + GW Graham Secondary + Terry Fox Foundation

Art students of GW Graham Secondary School had a unique opportunity this past school year to prepare some large paintings for the Chilliwack Corn Maze.  The collaboration came together thanks to Michelle Klim, our marketing manager, and Rebecca Sagert, the Art teacher at the school. The students were challenged to design and submit a proposal […]

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Announcing the 2015 DESIGN!

Happy Canada Day! We are so excited to finally announce the Corn Maze design for the 2015 season.  We have been waiting to share this exciting news with you.  Are you ready for it?!  Drum roll please…. THE TERRY FOX FOUNDATION! This collaboration has been in the works for quite some time.  In fact, two years ago we began […]