Join us in Vermont year round as we celebrate and share the joy of Vermont Maple with friends, family and visitors at one of our many Maple fairs, festivals and events.
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March – August 2017
For a complete listing of participating sugarhouses, the weekend’s activities and detailed information to plan your visit, follow this link: vermontmaple.org/openhouse
The Maple Festival celebrates an important aspect of Whitingham’s economic and cultural heritage. Seven of the eighteen Whitingham sugar makers will graciously open the doors of their sugar houses and give their time so that residents, visitors and guests alike will gain a better understanding and appreciation for “the art and science” of maple syrup and sugar making and the historical importance of “sugaring” in their town. The town also hosts a craft fair and horse drawn sleigh rides on Saturday and Sunday, pancake breakfasts and luncheons both days, and a sugar-on-snow supper Saturday evening. The town is located in southern Vermont , between Bennington and Brattleboro, VT, 25 miles north of Greenfield, Massachusetts. There are a number of Bed & Breakfasts and small inns in and around town. Whitingham is the birthplace of Brigham Young and there are two monuments in town noting Young’s achievements.
Annual celebration of Lunenburg’s maple sugaring heritage! Everything maple – pancake breakfast, photographic and interactive displays, tree tapping demonstrations, 6 sugarhouses to visit, contests and antique sugaring equipment. Visit the event website at: www.topofthecommon/org/17.html.