Sever's Fall Festival includes a drive-through storytime this year

The popular corn maze attraction has adapted to pandemic times.
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The 2020 Sever's Fall Festival will happen this year, with a new event for families amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In addition to the popular Fall Festival, which features a corn maze, jumping pillows, a petting zoo, and more, Sever's has adapted to the pandemic to offer something for the family in its new Stories, Riddles & Rhymes drive-through storytime on the festival grounds in Shakopee. 

Sever's teamed up with artist Brian Sobaski for its new Stories, Riddles & Rhymes event. 

Sever's teamed up with artist Brian Sobaski for its new Stories, Riddles & Rhymes event. 

For this, Sever's teamed up with local artist Brian Sobaski to create a 3/4-mile trail that winds through tree farms, cornfields and prairies, featuring large-scale illustrations of a chicken, a squirrel named Hayley and more. 

Stories, Riddles & Rhymes began Aug. 21 and runs on Thursdays-Sundays until Nov. 1. The Fall Festival, which is sporting an Amazon theme for its 24th season, runs Sept. 11-Nov. 1.

The corn maze at Sever's Fall Festival has an Amazon theme this year. 

The corn maze at Sever's Fall Festival has an Amazon theme this year. 

Tickets for the Fall Festival and Corn Maze are sold exclusively online, while tickets to the Stories, Riddles & Rhymes and Sever's Holiday Lights (Nov. 26-Jan. 3) are sold online and at the door. Attendance will be limited due to COVID-19.

All events are held at the Sever's Festival Grounds, 3121 W 150 St., in Shakopee. 

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