The City of Mississauga’s annual Maple Syrup Festival – Maple Magic will take place at Bradley Museum starting on Saturday, March 8 through to March 16. This beloved annual tradition offers a variety of activities and theme days for children and families of all ages to enjoy.
What: Mississauga’s Maple Syrup Festival – Maple Magic
When: March 8 to 16, 2014
Where: Bradley Museum
1620 Orr Road
(South of Lakeshore Road and east of Southdown Road)
Time: Weekdays 12 to 4 p.m. and weekends 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $19.50 (plus tax) for a family of two adults and three children
Activities: Tour the sap line, children’s crafts, games and historic demonstrations included in admission. Horse and wagon rides for $2 per ride per person.
Theme Days: Mississaugas of the New Credit (March 8), Storytelling by Pauline Grondin (March 9), Peregrine Falcon Society of Canada (March 12), Petting Zoo (March 15) and Blacksmith Demonstrations (March 16).
Refreshments: Pancakes served daily, $5 (plus tax) per serving. Additional food available onsite.
The Bradley Museum has hosted the annual Maple Magic Festival since 1993. Thanks to all the sponsors and supporters who make the festival a success including Holcim Canada, Port Credit Community Foundation, Cora’s (Oakville Town Centre II), the Friends of the Museums of Mississauga and the dedicated volunteers.
For more information visit museumsofmississauga.com or call Bradley Museum at 905-615-4860.
Planning a group visit? Group bookings are available for all ages until March 28. Visit the website for more information.