Canada produces more than 80 percent of the world’s maple syrup. We are devoted fans of the sticky stuff and we have this annual festival to celebrate our Maple love.
It’s the annual Maple Syrup season once again and we are celebrating Mississauga’s own Maple Syrup Festival, Maple Magic! Come visit the Bradley Museum, which has hosted the annual Maple Magic Festival since 1993. The event started on Sunday, March 3rd and will run during March Break. A lot of activities are in store for all ages and there are different themes each day.
During the festival, enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides ($2 each), as well as pancakes served daily in Log Cabin, guided tours, kids’ crafts and games, free samples and more. It’s a lot of fun for kids to discover how maple syrup gets from the forest to your breakfast table!
Lovers of maple syrup will surely want to take part of this festival!
What: Mississauga’s Maple Syrup Festival – Maple Magic
When: March 3 and 9 to 17, 2013
Where: Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Road
(South of Lakeshore Road and east of Southdown Road)
Time: Weekdays 12 to 4 p.m. and weekends 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $19.50 (plus tax) for a family of two adults and three children