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Old Sturbridge Village to Celebrate Maple Days

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

 

Old Sturbridge Village will show off the history of New England's maple industry during its Maple Days celebrations that are being held starting on March 5-6 and going four consecutive weekends. 

The Village's costumed historians will show off the maple sugaring process of the early 19th century at a working sugar camp, and also show how maple surging has changed over the years through a scavenger hunt. 

Attendees will see the entire maple sugar making process, from toping trees to "sugaring off," and learn how maple sugar was used in early New England. 

Historians will also cook period foods made with maple products by the hearth at the Village's Freeman Farm. 

Other activities include exploring historic buildings, engaging with Old Sturbridge Village interpreters, as well as seeing heritage breed animals. 

Old Sturbridge Village 

Old Sturbridge Village, first opened to the public in 1946, is one of the country's oldest and largest living history museums, celebrating life in early New England from 1790-1840. It is the largest living history museum in the Northeast.

Click here for more information. 

 

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