Maple Syrup, maple taffy in the snow, pancakes with maple syrup are all maple syrup festival activities in March and April 2013 in Canada. Kids and families enjoy the first breath of spring along with the maple sap (spring tonic) boiling into maple syrup. Enjoy trips to pancake barns and tours of the Maple sugar bush.
Canadian Maple Syrup Festivals
Maple Syrup festivals start in February though to April. Many Canadian rural communities celebrate spring around the maple harvest. Maple Syrup Festivals take place in the following Canadian Provinces:
Ontario Maple Syrup Festivals,
Quebec Maple Syrup Festivals,
New Brunswick Maple Syrup Festivals,
Nova Scotia Maple Syrup Festivals,
British Columbia Maple Syrup Festivals
- Tourism Burlington
Maple Syrup Festival
Bronte Creek Conservation Area, Oakville
March 2-3, 9-17, & 23-24.
Guidedtours, fresh Maple Sugar,Victorian Portraits, Maple Taffy, House tours, and hot pancake breakfasts.
Mounstberg Conservation Area, Campbellville
March 2-April 7, 2013
Explore the Sugar Bush, take in a maple candy making session, or travel on a horse-drawn wagon ride.
Sweet Water Season
Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Milton
March 2--April 7 2013
Taffy on Snow and Maple Syrup tastings.Explore the 15th century Iroquoian Village and reconstructed Longhouses.
A foot-stompin’ fun maple syrup & music spring celebration!
May 11, 2013 • 1 pm – 1 am • Noëlville arena
First Nations – Francophone – Métis – Anglophone Music
ubber Boots Market – Magic – Mediums – Games & Activities – Grub & Pub
Rubber Boots Walk Off—prizes for Best, Ugliest & Goofiest
Raffle—Win Voyageurs chairs painted by local artists!
Early Bird Prize! Tickets available in March
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- Quebec has a special Festival Beauceron de l'Érable from March 16-24, 2013 in Saint-Georges, Québec (QC).Celebrating maple syrup and the world’s largest producer of the popular nectar, the Festival Beauceron de l'Érable is one of the premier maple syrup festivals in Québec. Started in 1990 the Festival Beauceron de l'Érable attracts more than 50,000 each year to enjoy a wide range of activities including music, sports, cultural events, fine cuisine, family and school activities featuring maple products.
- Nova Scotia Maple Festivals are a great way for people to celebrate one of Nova Scotia most treasured and romantic foods, pure maple syrup. Maple festivals are held throughout the Province and are a fantastic event for families and groups. Delicious food, good friends and a sweet treat. Many producers open their operations up in conjunction with the festivals to offer the public a hands on experience on how this wonderful product is made.
- Maple syrup season is upon us
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- Third Largest Producer in the World. Springtime in New Brunswick is maple syrup time. As the days grow warmer and the maple trees convert their stored starch to sugar, the sweet sap starts to flow and syrup producers across the province head to the sugar bush for the sweetest harvest in the forest.
- Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada Festival
Saint-Quentin: New Brunswick: The festival takes place during the sugar season, on Easter weekend.
Among the maple products featured, you will find syrup products, and a maple products exhibition and sale. Meals featuring maple products are a highlight of the festival.
Maple Sugar Bush visits are popular in New Brunswick During Maple
Sap harvest time. There is a festival put on by the Maple Syrup Producers
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- Bigleaf Maple Syrup Festival Saturday February 2, 2013
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Taste maple syrup from Vancouver Island at the Bigleaf Maple Syrup Festival
located at the BC Forest Discovery Centre--a 100-acre, open air museum
with an operational railway in Duncan, British Columbia. Book Duncan
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Everything, as per sugar-shack custom, is generously doused in maple syrup. Still peckish? Fork out $10 for half or $20 for a whole flaky, ...Chef Martin Picard does this for the cabane a sucre what his Au Pied de Cochon did for Quebec cuisine. Reservations for 2011 start Dec. 1 2010