Plymouth Maple Festival
|Date:||March 5, 2016|
|Time:||10:00 AM - 1:00 PM|
Location: Plymouth Green, 10 Park St.
The Plymouth Maple Festival celebrates the New England tradition of making maple syrup. It starts at 10am with the tapping of sugar maples on the Plymouth Green. Watch maple syrup boiling on an outside fire. Try some sugar on snow. In the Plymouth Congregational Church, maple ham, maple baked beans, maple hot dogs, maple cupcakes, Connecticut maple syrup and maple sugar candy will be sold while Down Home Frolic plays fiddle and banjo. In the Plymouth Baptist Church, there will be a magic show and animal balloons. There will be a historical scavenger hunt on the Green with a prize of a maple sugar candy.
New this year! The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring horse drawn hay rides from 10:30am-12 pm on the Green. All activities are free, food is available for purchase.