Interpretive staff will be on hand at the Festival to demonstrate the importance this liquid gold had in the lives of First Nations people and for pioneers. You can even learn how to tap a tree.
It takes cold frosty nights and bright sunny days for sap to flow from the trees. Weather cooperating, visitors may have an opportunity to taste sap straight from the tree. Hands-on displays will be available for visitors to experience the pioneer sugar bush lifestyle. After the demonstrations, there are beautiful trails to explore.
Remember to be prepared for the mud!
The Alvinston Firefighters’ Association will be holding their traditional pancake and sausage meals at the nearby (5 min drive) Brooke-Alvinston-Inwood Community Centre (3310 Walnut St, Alvinston).
Tickets : 5.00 per car.
How to get tickets?
at the door
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
Saturday March 21 AND Sunday March 22 from 10:00am to 3:00pm.
Venue & Address :
The A.W. Campbell Conservation Area is located at 8477 Shiloh Line in Brooke-Alvinston. The Conservation Area is 3 km north-east of Alvinston off Nauvoo Road (County Road 79).
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