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Maple Days on the Farm

Our Maple Days Open House is this Saturday:  Learn How to Make Maple Syrup the Old-Fashioned Way


Are you looking for a fun and educational activity to do this upcoming Saturday? Come join us at the farm for Maple Days Open House! This event is a great opportunity to learn about the history and process of making maple syrup the old-fashioned way. The Farmers will be on hand to demonstrate the traditional methods of tapping, collecting, and boiling sap to create delicious maple syrup. You'll get to see the process up close and learn about the art of sugaring from people who have been doing it for generations. In addition to the demonstrations, we'll also have plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Take a guided tour of the farm, enjoy some delicious maple treats, and browse our selection of locally made maple products. She Brews Coffee Truck will be there serving up delicious Maple Inspired Treats!

Maple Days Open House is a free event, and we welcome visitors of all ages. Whether you're a family looking for a fun weekend outing or a foodie interested in learning more about the process behind your favorite pancake topping, we've got something for everyone. So mark your calendars for this upcoming Saturday 10-6pm and come join us for a day of fun and learning at the farm.

We can't wait to see you there!


FUN FACTS ABOUT MAPLE SYRUP:

- Maple syrup is not only a delicious sweetener but also has some health benefits. It contains compounds that may help reduce inflammation, improve brain function, and lower the risk of chronic diseases.

- In 2012, a group of researchers from the University of Rhode Island discovered a new type of sugar molecule in maple syrup called quebecol. This compound has antioxidant properties and may have potential health benefits.

- Maple syrup is not only used in food and beverages but also in various beauty products such as body scrubs, moisturizers, and hair conditioners due to its natural moisturizing properties.

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