“We have a 50-passenger bus booked for this trip,” Cummings said.
“We try to stay right on schedule, although there can be diversions, but we'll be trying to finish about 5 p.m. We usually try to do this on a typical workday schedule, but we're starting a little earlier so we can tour The Harn Homestead.”
Meals and educational materials are included in the $25 registration fee. Seating is limited; reserve a seat no later than Nov. 2.
To register, call Becca Lasich at 488-7532 or Lori Coats at 420-9242.
To learn more about Oklahoma's agriculture-related tourism destinations, including autumn-themed sites offering corn mazes and hay rides, go online to www.OklahomaAgritourism.com.