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Sugar Camp Days at Bendix Woods County Park, March 16 & 17

Having spent 15 years up in northern Indiana, I realized there’s an awful lot of maple syrup in Indiana. Vermont may have the reputation of being the maple syrup capital, but Indiana has plenty of maple syrup to give the Read more >

The 50th Annual Parke County Maple Syrup Festival

The third weekend of February, 23rd and 24th, and the first weekend of March, 2nd and 3rd, marks the 50th annual Parke County Maple Syrup Festival in Rockville. March marks the time that maple syrup producers start tapping the local Read more >

Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival, April 20 – 22, 2012

The Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival will be held in Wakarusa, Indiana (Elkhart County), on Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22, celebrating their maple syrup heritage, including their annual parade, town-favorite maple syrup jelly beans, sugar camp tours, and a Read more >

Maple Syrup celebrations around Indiana

I spent the early years of my childhood growing up in New England. Each summer, we camped in Vermont and came home with bottles of maple syrup to pour all over our pancakes for the rest of the year. I’ve wrongly assumed Read more >

Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival (Elkhart County)

Indiana’s jug seems to runneth over with maple syrup. I’ve already written about the National Maple Syrup Festival in Medora and the Parke County Maple Syrup Festival. So I figured I’d complete the Maple Syrup Trifecta this month, and tell Read more >

Parke County Maple Syrup Festival

The Parke County Maple Syrup Festival is already underway, with one more weekend to go. But don’t worry, there’s still time. The festival runs February 27 & 28, and March 6 & 7. At the end of the winter, Parke Read more >

National Maple Syrup Festival in Medora, Indiana

Last year, I realized I had achieved some blogging notoriety when I was asked to be a celebrity food judge at the National Maple Syrup Festival in Medora, Indiana (Jackson County), at Burton’s Farms. It was the first ever National Read more >