First Weekend of April
Produced from the sugar maple only during springtime, maple sugaring is a rich Canadian tradition and a vital part of our Canadian heritage.
Find a sugaring operation near you at www.mapleweekend.ca and visit or or visit them all this spring.
Each participating maple producer from across Ontario will be listed along with their own unique activities, tastings and demonstrations,
These offerings can and will vary from one producer to another so please read each producer’s highlights carefully.
Some of the activities that you may find at various sugaring operations are as follows:
Taffy-on-Snow, Live Music, Horse Sleigh Rides, Face Painting, Boiling Demonstrations, Tractor Rides, Sugarbush Hiking Trails, Maple Antiques and of course various Maple Tastings.
This entry was posted on March 6, 2017 by CreativeOne CreativeOne
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