Kemble-Syrup-fullBy Hub Staff
If you're looking for sweet times in a small town you don't have to go any further than the 6th annual Kemble Maple Syrup Festival on Saturday, April 11. The Keppel, Sarawak, and Zion Keppel United Churches have partnered with local producers to open 7 farms for tours where the public can see how maple syrup is made first hand. The sugar bush operations range in size from 35-6200 taps and visitors can also make the acquaintance of the farms' four-legged residents including elk, sheep, herding dogs, and highland cattle. Regel Point Elk Farm will host a Community Fair where visitors can learn more about the local Kemble area and Kemble United Church will host an Art Show and Sale from 9am – 4pm and the Great Maple Infused Meal from 8am - 3pm. The mouthwatering menu includes fresh from scratch pancakes, local meats, and coffee with generous portions of local maple syrup on hand. The day ends with a contra dance with music by Scatter the Cats.

Passports to the festival are available at Bayshore Feeds Owen Sound, the Indian River General Store, the Kemble Post Office, and Wiarton Huron Bay Co-op.
Passport Prices: Adults $15, Children 6-12 $10, under 6 free
Family Passport;2 adults and dependent children under 12 $40.

For more information visit the Kemble United Churches website.


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