Kemble Maple Syrup Tour
April 5, 2014, is the day for the 5th Annual Kemble Maple Syrup Tour and Arts in the Church.
This is an opportunity for the public to visit several local farms and see different ways Maple Syrup is produced in the Georgian Bluffs. Set ups range from a homemade evaporator processing sap from 35 taps, for personal consumption, all the way up to Miners Maple Syrup Products with 6200 taps on a vacuum system and using reverse osmosis. There are lots of animals to meet along the way including elk, sheep, livestock guardian dogs, border collies, chickens and highland cattle to name a few. New this year is a major sugar system overhaul at Miners Maple products. A new evaporator is now installed in a sugar shack that also received major renovations this winter. At Regal Point Elk you find activities and play areas for the whole family. The tour stops are open from 10 to 4. The well received Art show and sale is returning and is now in the Kemble United Church so you can enjoy at the same stop as your meal.
Continuing this year is an all-day Pancake Breakfast , served from 8:00am at the Kemble United Church. This can be enjoyed separate from the tour or as the meal included in your passport so come on out and start your day with the sweet taste of spring! Menu items include waffles, peameal bacon, pulled pork, home baked beans and more! Visitors on our tour in 2013 told us they really enjoyed the fabulous food, visiting the different farms, the friendly people they met along the way and seeing the different ways Maple Syrup is made. Your tour passport allows you to choose your route as you visit producers and choose a maple breakfast or lunch to enjoy included in the low passport price.
Breakfast is served from 8 - 10 and lunch is served from 11-3.
Meal Prices: Adults $10, Children 6-12 $5, under 6 free
Passports: (Includes 1 meal) Adults $15, Children 6-12 $5 Under 6 Free, Family Passport;, 2 adults and their dependents $30.
The Kemble Maple Syrup Tour and Arts in the Church is a Fundraising and Community Building Event for the Kemble Sarawak Zion Keppel United Churches.
For passport sales locations please visit www.kembleunitedchurches.ca or call 519-534-1211.
Springwater Maple Syrup Festival
Open weekends in March beginning March 8th and All of March Break from 10am-3pm each day
Special Day: Children’s Festival on March 22nd!
Enjoy interpretive wagon rides through the Carolinian Springwater Forest. Tour the old-fashioned sugar shanty for demonstrations on maple syrup production. Partake in a complimentary tasting of our maple products which are available for sale. Bring the whole family out and meet Smokey the Bear. Dine at the pancake house which is operated by local community organizations.
For more information, contact 519-773-9037 or visit the website: www.catfishcreek.ca
Bronte Creek's Annual Maple Syrup Festival
Fresh Ontario maple syrup begins flowing at Bronte Creek Provincial Park each March when the park's annual Maple Syrup Festival gets under way. The maple syrup festivities are open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. every weekend in March and from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily through March Break (March 14-18th).
Enjoy a guided tour of the Maple Lane, where 1890s costumed interpreters demonstrate how to tap maple trees, make maple syrup and maple sugar. View artifacts in the maple museum or tour the 100-year-old Spruce Lane Farmhouse. Be sure to browse through the maple products and souvenirs available in the Maple Gift Shoppe and pick up a bottle of syrup to take home. Hop on a wagon that will take you to a heated pancake house where you can enjoy fresh, hot pancakes with pure maple syrup and sausages, served up throughout the festival hours.
Daily Vehicle Permits rates apply and meals are extra. For more information call 905-827-6911 or www.BronteCreek.org.
Ipperwash Maple Syrup Festival
Annual Maple Syrup Festival
At Williamson Farms: 7739 Lakeshore Rd., Hwy 21, north of Forest: Hayrides, Maple Syrup Bush Tours, Sugar Shanty Tours, Maple Syrup, Maple Candy Floss and more in the Farm Store and Sugar Shanty.
Saturday and Sunday March 15-16th, 2014 and March 22-23rd, 2014
All you can eat pancake breakfast by Forest Kiwanis served from 8:30 - 2:00 at the Legacy Centre Thedford, ON.
Call: 519-243-2961 or 226-520-0144 for information.
Come and get a taste of Spring!
Annual Maple Festival at Crinklaw's Sugar Bush
Celebrate Spring at the Annual Maple Festival
Festival Dates: Saturday March 8, 2014 and Sunday March 9, 2014.
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm - pancakes served till 2 pm.
Samples, tours, displays, sugar on snow, gift basket draw, maple products for sale, gift shop, wagon rides and a pancake meal.
Directions: Travel Wonderland Rd. S. over the 402 highway (at exit #100)and watch for the signs to Crinklaw's Sugar Bush (Lambeth/London).
519-457-4550 for more information.
KINSMEN FANSHAWE SUGAR BUSH
Operated by the Kinsmen Club of Greater London since 1972
21201C Lakeside Dr. Thorndale, Ontario
Check out our new Maple Miracles video
Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Family Day
Monday February 16th 2015, 10 am - 3 pm
Join us for some Outdoor Family Fun at the Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Family
Day, February 17th. We will feature tapping tree demonstrations and how sap
lines work. There will be lots of fun activities for the kids.
Call us at 519-461-1073 for more information.
Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Maple Festival
The Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Maple Festival is underway every weekend in March; March 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 and all of March Break March 16-20th. Our hours of operation are: open 9 am - 4 pm with the last tour leaving at 3:30 pm. The price is $3 per adult and $2 per child up to age 12 or $10 per family.
This year the Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Maple Festival will be featuring craft demonstrations, musicians and displays by community groups as we celebrate more than 40 years making mouth-watering pancakes!
For more information or to book group tours call 519-461-1073 or go to www.kinsmenfanshawesugarbush.com. This year we are offering evening tours for community groups. Please call ahead to reserve your tour.
Old-Tyme Maple Syrup Festival
Saugeen Bluffs Conservation Area
Come out to the largest outdoor maple festival in Grey Bruce. Horse-drawn wagon rides, a full pioneer encampment, maple games, pancake meals with real maple syrup, sugar shanty demonstrations, exhibits and live entertainment. Main attractions this year consist of the Incredible World of Bugs, sponsored by ORKIN, Creature Quest and the Grey Bruce Tree Workers who will be climbing the trees at the park to see how high they can tap a maple tree!
Admission is $8.00 / adult and $3.00 / child. Preschoolers free.