Plan a Visit to American Maple Museum
The American Maple Museum was founded in 1977 to preserve the history and evolution of the North American maple syrup industry. Exhibits depict the history of maple syrup and sugar making techniques ranging from those used by the Native Americans to plastic tubing and stainless steel evaporators in use today. Audio tapes explain many of the exhibits.
Maple Science Fair - Saturday November 19 @ 3Pm
Click for - Maple Science Fair Poster
Click for - Registration Form
Please note that participants must be from Lewis County and be in grades 6-12 and that it is open to homeschoolers. Winners will receive a ribbon and a gift certificate for a pancake breakfast, as well as, being automatically qualified to enter the Utica College Regional Science Fair.
Click for - The History of Maple Syrup Production
Memorial Day (last Monday of May) to June 30 - Friday, Saturday & Monday 11:00AM to 4:00PM
July to September Open Daily except Sunday - 11:00AM to 4:00PM
September through winter - Monday, Friday and Saturday 11am-4pm
Thursday October 20 Pancake Dinner @ 4:30pm-7pm
Thursday November 17 Pancake Dinner @ 4:30pm-7pm
Saturday November 19 MAPLE SCIENCE FAIR @ 3 pm
Friday November 25 Black Friday Sale
Saturday November 26 Buy Local Sale