Maple Magic 2017

Maple Magic 2017

March 11 to March 19

Please note: Maple Magic has been cancelled on March 14 due to weather.

Mississauga's favourite maple tradition returns to Bradley Museum for march break! Learn how to tap a tree then follow the sap lines to the kitchen where maple treats await.

Enjoy an afternoon of truly Canadiana themed fun.

The following activities run daily from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

  • Learn the Story of Maple with hands on interactive learning stations
  • Follow the Maple Trivia Trail
  • Share you love of Canada at the "We are Canada" craft station
  • Sign Mississauga's Biggest Birthday Card
  • Colouring Contest
  • Oversize Family Games
  • Kids Under 5 Play Area
  • Sample Maple treats in the Bradley House
  • Pancake Lunch at the Sugar Shack
  • Souvenir Boutique

Featured Special Entertainment
JD Hickey: Storyteller

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Saturday, March 11, 2017 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Tickets
Children: $6.24
Adults: $7.80
Family: $19.50
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