March 28 & 29
Warner & Webster, NH
Feast on a pancake breakfast,
sample “sugar on snow,”
watch a live demonstration of how
the Natives made maple sugar and
visit any of these sugar houses
for free tours & samples.
See how syrup is made.
Fun for the whole family!
Visit these Warner Venues:
Breakfast: 7:30-10, Sat. & Sun., United Church of Warner, Main St.
Enjoy pancakes with real maple syrup, eggs, sausage, beverages. $7 per person, kids under 5 eat free. Hosted by the United Church of Warner and the Warner Historical Society.
Sugar on Snow: 10-4 Sat. only, at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Main St. Try this wonderful taffy candy made with pure maple syrup. $1 each.
Native Sugaring Demonstration: Sat. only 10-4 at Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, 18 Highlawn Rd. Learn how New Hampshire’s Native people made maple sugar, hear their stories, see the tools and equipment they used, and taste Native American food sweetened with maple sugar.
Visit these Warner & Webster Sugar Houses
Sat. & Sun. from 10-4:
Baker’s Syrup, Pooch Baker, 611 Newmarket Rd., Warner, 456-3837
Bates Maple Syrup, Adam Bates, 6 Collins Rd., Warner, 456-2523
Beaver Meadowbrook Farm, Don Lassonde, 402 Rte 103 E., Warner,
Covered Bridge Tree Farm, Edwin Piper, 412 Tyler Rd., Webster,
Kearsarge Gore Farm, Bob Bower, 173 Gore Rd., Warner, 456-2319
Kimball’s Sugar House, Chris Kimball, 390 White Plains Rd., Webster,
Turyn’s Tap’n & Sap’n, Matt Turyn, 11 Clough-Sanborn Rd., Webster,
For an in-depth article about everything maple, take a look at NH Maple Producers Annual Maple Sugar Weekend written by Graham Gifford.