Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival - Saturday April 6 - Sunday April 7

The Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival kicks off our fundraising year at the Tiffin Centre. Here you’ll see historic re-enactments of Canada’s early history, tap maple trees and watch the sap transformed into syrup. Sample this natural sweetness on pancakes with sausage, as well as shop for maple candy, syrup and souvenirs. Kids’ can have their faces painted, make some crafts, build a birdhouse, enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride and maybe get a hug from a boa constrictor.

Date: Saturday April 6, Sunday April 7, 

Time: 9am to 3pm ( pancakes served until 2pm )

Admission: Adults $14 ( 13+ ), Children $7 ( 2-12 ), Infants free. 

Cash only please!

Items included in admission: horse wagon rides, live music, pancake meal ( pancakes,

sausage and maple syrup ), coffee, hot chocolate, orange drink, miniature zoo, crafts, tours

and much more. Items of not included with admission: purchase of maple syrup products,

building bird or bat houses, second serving of pancakes.

Visit nvca.on.ca for directions and details.

Past President Gary Kopp and project chair

Jody Hatfield present cheque to N.V.C.A. representatives.

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