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Maplefest Weekend Celebration
Saturday, March 21, 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Maplefest Pancake Breakfast
From 8:00am to 11:00am at the Poultney United Methodist Church on Main Street.
Analog’s Fifth Season Ramble
Starting as early as 8:30am, check their full event listing for more details.
Maplefest 5k Run
Registration begins at 9:00am behind the Poultney High School on Furnace Street. Race starts at 10:00am.
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Hike to Marshall Maples via Howe Hill Trails
Meet at 9:00am on the East Poultney Green. If you have any questions or would like to RSVP please email email@example.com.
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Official Tree Tapping & Maple Prince and Princess
Starts at 10:00am in front of the Poultney High School.
Maplefest Craft & Food Fair
From 10:00am to 3:00pm at the Poultney High School.
Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
Starting at 10:00am in front of Debonis, Wright & Carris, P.C. on Main Street.
Maplefest Bike Around
Meet at 10:00am on Main Street at the D&H Rail Trail on the North side of the street.
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Anglican Church Maplefest Open House
From 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Church on Main Street behind the picket fence.
Maple Story Time
Starts at 11:00am at the Poultney Public Library.
Historic Exhibits & Demonstration
The Historical Society will have a month-long exhibit at the Poultney Public Library and will hold a maple cookie decorating event following Story Time. Refreshments will be provided.
4:30pm to 7:00pm at the Young at Hearts Senior Center. Take out is available.
All Day Events
Semi-Annual Bag Sale
Get 25% off on all non-sale items that can fit in the bag at Williams True Value Hardware and The Original Vermont Store.
Special Maple Foods
Perry’s Restaurant, Taps Tavern, Pelletier’s Food Truck, and the Craft & Food Fair.
Maple Sugarhouse Tours
Local sugarhouses will be open Saturday and Sunday. Map available online.
Maplefest 2020 literally takes place all over Poultney!
Pictures with Sugar Bear, 5-K Fun Run, Pancake Breakfast, Official Tree Tapping and crowning of the Maple Prince and Princess (chosen through an art contest). Story Time, Craft and Food Fair, hiking and biking, Historical Society exhibit, free horse-drawn wagon rides, sugarhouse tours, Bag Sales, special foods at local restaurants, and a Maple Ham Dinner.
Lots to do, bring the whole family!