The 2013 Maple Sugar Festival at Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary in Sharon MA is here!
When: March 10th, 16th & 17th with guided walking tours leaving every fifteen minutes from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm.
Cost: $7 in advance or $8 on the day of the event. Children under the age of three may attend for free.
This program lets you enjoy the time honored tradition of turning sap into syrup.
Join in on a special 90-minute outdoor, guided tour on a wooded trail to discover the history of maple sugaring. You'll visit the Native American and colonial site and meeting costumed characters from the past making maple syrup and reenacting other daily chores. The tour will include a visit to the “sugar shack” where sap is turned into authentic maple syrup. Everyone will get a taste!
Back at the Nature Center you can enjoy some "maple" treats, such as hot pancakes with maple syrup, "sap" dogs on buns and maple sugar popcorn served back at the Nature Center. The sugaring fun continues after your tour at our children's craft tables.
Pre-registration is recommended to reserve your time as this event sells out. Reserve now by calling 781-784-5691.
This is also a great program opportunity for scouts and community groups. Moose Hill has 20 miles of hiking trails on 2,000 acres of conservation land. Another reason why people want to buy a house in Sharon MA!
As an added bonus, Christine Smith shares her post (below) about the Maple Sugar Festival at Blue Hills on March 9 & 10. If you're like me, you'll want to go to as many Maple Sugar Festival days as possible!
It is March....and that means only one thing....time for Maple Sugaring! The 2013 Maple Sugar Festival at the Blue Hills will be held March 9 and 10, 2013.
Join the folks from the Mass Audubon's Trailside Museum and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation as they host the annual Maple Sugar Festival in the Blue Hills.
Staff will be on hand to demonstrate the process of turning sap into delicious maple syrup the old fashioned way. Smell the aroma of the maple syrup being made and enjoy a sample of real maple sugar. Take part in a lesson about the history of maple sugaring in Massachusetts.
Cost of admission is $6.00, children under two are free. There will be a variety of activites for all ages.
The 2013 Maple Sugar Festival will be held at Brookwood Farm in Canton, located within the Blue Hills Reservation. Take Exit 3 off Route 93 and follow the signs for parking for the Maple Sugar Festival.
Don't let the snow and cold weather get you down! This is a great opportunity to grab the kids and enjoy the fresh air right here at the beautiful Blue Hills in Canton MA.
The Blue Hills Reservation is just one of many recreational opportunites available right here in Canton. Whether its hiking or skiing or nature programs you want, there's no need to travel far. We've got it all right here.
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