This is a repeating eventoctober 10, 2021 11:00 am
It’s that time of year again when we turn our attention to cool, foggy mornings; colorful leaves, pumpkins and corn mazes. It’s also time to focus on October’s Maple
It’s that time of
year again when we turn our attention to cool, foggy mornings; colorful leaves,
pumpkins and corn mazes. It’s also time
to focus on October’s Maple Sundaes at northwestern Pennsylvania’s only Maple
Hosted by the
Edinboro Area Historical Society, Maple Sundaes in October offer members,
friends and travelers a chance to tour the Maple Syrup Museum and get tasty
maple ice cream sundaes during every Sunday in October. Visitors can learn
about the history of maple syrup production and visit the Miracles on Maple Hill exhibit.
The museum is home to the
1956 Newbery Medal awarded to Virginia Sorensen for her acclaimed children’s
book, Miracles on Maple Hill,
which is set in and around the Edinboro and Cambridge Springs areas.
The Edinboro Area Historical Society
members will be docents in the museum and will be serving-up $5 ice cream
sundaes topped with pure maple syrup each Sunday in October. All
proceeds from Maple Sundae sales will benefit the historical society and 20% of
all October Sunday Maple product sales will be donated to the EAHS.
New to this year’s event will be
Edinboro’s own Chameleon Food Truck, a local gem which will be offering a maple menu for the
following Sundays in October: 3, 10, 24, and 31 from 11 am to 3 pm.
Maple Menu items include: brisket, bacon burgers, chicken quesadillas,
pancakes with sausage and pure maple syrup, hot dogs, and salads with maple
Sugar Maple trees can lay claim to the
fall beauty in NW PA, come out and enjoy the season. Take the
one-half mile new walking trail back into the sugar bush and explore a real
sugarhouse. Learn about nature and the
production of maple syrup.
Hurry Hill Maple Farm and
Museum, 11424 Fry Road, is open 11 am – 3 pm every Sunday in September,
October, and November. Masks are required. The museum is free to the
public and Maple products are for sale in the museum farm store.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Hurry Hill Maple Farm & Museum
11424 Fry Road, Edinboro, PA 16412