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2 states, 2 open houses

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  March 25, 2010 10:07 AM

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Both the Green and White Mountain states will have their sugar shack doors wide open  March 26-28.

In Vermont, the 9th Annual Maple Open House is when sugar shacks welcome guests. Activities vary from sugarhouse to sugarhouse, but often include demonstrations and samples. For a map of all participating sugar shacks and links to lodging and dining, look here.

New Hampshire's weekend includes 65 sugar shacks. A little festival within the festival is the NH Maple Festival in the Lincoln/Woodstock area. Here, the area's 15 sugar shacks will be open to visitors.  On Friday evening, local restaurants will offer maple-inspired dishes. Sugar-themed fun and games, and a family obstacle course take place on Saturday, and Sunday wraps up the weekend with the Maple Parade through Woodstock.  Look here for details.

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