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r It has now become a tradition, in its 11th year, that the Dumas family of Payson hosts a Country Farm Fest kid’s carnival in mid-October. They love the rural lifestyle as a place to raise children and they love sharing it with others. What a wonderful idea.

The Country Farm Fest which was open during two weekends in October, 13-14 and 19-21, is fun for the entire family. Youngsters and parents were entertained with hayrides, straw maze, petting zoo, fish pond, craft projects, kids games, sky bungee, bounce house and specifically for adults a Dutch Oven Cookoff. They also had a beautifully arranged farm market of fresh produce and country décor items.

Look for the advertising and keep this event in mind for next year, October 2018. The Dumas Farm and the Country Farm Fest is located at 4058 West 9600 South, Payson, Utah. The location is about one mile west of I-15 Exit 250.

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