Maine Maple Sunday, March 23

evaporatingMaine’s Maple Syrup Producers celebrate Maine Maple Sunday on Sunday, March 23rd, statewide. Most sugarhouses offer free maple syrup samples and demonstrations on how pure Maine maple syrup is made. Many farms offer games, activities, treats, sugarbush tours, music, and so much more. Maine Maple Sunday is always the fourth Sunday in March although some sugarhouses are offering events for both Saturday and Sunday. Please be sure to read the description of each sugarhouse to know what times they will be open and the activities they offer. Participating sugarhouses in York County:

• Brookridge Boilers, Lyman
Chase Farms, Wells
• Clark Cole Family Pure Maple Syrup, Dayton
• Douston Maple and Honey, Arundel
• Gile’s Family Farm, Alfred
Hilltop Boilers, Newfield
• Maple Hill Sugar House, Newfield
• Morins Maple Syrup, Limerick
Pingree Maple Products, Cornish
• The Maple House, Waterboro
• Thurston and Peters Sugarhouse LLC, West Newfield

Also, from York County Farmers’ Network:

Harris Farm, Dayton
• Twin Maples Farm, Acton
• Andy’s Agway, Dayton

For more information, and a list of maple syrup producers who plan to participate in Maine Maple Sunday this year, see the Maine Maple Producers 2014 map:

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