March is Maple Magic Month 2016

March is Maple Magic Month 2016

Maple Family Sundays

Canadiana rules supreme on Sunday afternoons this spring as we celebrate the Maple harvest. Every Sunday will feature a unique theme with entertainment and interactive activities for all, with special focus on experiencing our great nation. Pancakes with maple syrup are in the Sugar Shack; souvenir & syrup can be purchased in the Maple Souvenir Magasin. Every day includes tours of the property and the sap lines, maple candy & taffy demos and samples, crafts & wood stacking, "Look like a Lumberjack" photo booths and more.

February 28. 2016
Welcome to Maple Magic
* First tree tapping of the season!
* Live shows in the pancake house featuring fiddler Alana Kline
* Horse and wagon rides & petting zoo

March 6, 2016
Do you want to be a Lumberjack?
* Lumber jack shows
* Unicorn/pony rides
* Geocache stations
* Beavertails & poutine food trucks

March 13, 2016
Walking the Land - Celebrating First Nations
* Native storytelling
* Traditional cooking demos
* Crafts & nature walks

March 20, 2016
Snow Day
* Build a snowman, snow painting
* Live shows in the pancake house
* Crafts & nature walks

March 27, 2016
Happy Easter!
* Easter egg geocache and scavenger hunt
* Horse and wagon rides
* Petting Zoo
* Ukrainian Easter Egg demonstrations
* Meet the Easter Bunny!

April 3, 2016
Celebrating Canada 150
* Meet Bonhomme!
* Pictures with an RCMP Officer
* Horse & Wagon Rides

Children: $6.24 + tax
Adult: $7.80 + tax
Family: $19.50 + tax
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