Sponsors a key to Festival success

March 13, 2017


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(L-R) Rob Liddle (Mgr. Community Relations & Events), Christine John (Communications Specialist), Catherine Dickison (SVCA Foundation Chair) and Chris Mercanti (Mgr. Community & Indigenous Relations)

It may seem like winter has returned this March, but the annual Maple Syrup Festival will make things a little sweeter when it returns to Bruce County at the end of the month.

On March 25th and 26th, at Saugeen Bluffs, there will be something for every age and interest.  From historical displays, demonstrations and the popular early pioneer re-enactments.

As they have in the past for this popular Festival, the sponsors continue to show their support.

Catherine Dickison, Saugeen Valley Conservation Foundation (SVCF) Chair and Gary Rier, owner of  Bud Rier Chevrolet in Paisley who has been a consistent sponsor over the years

John Leader of Hope & Leader Insurance Brokers and Catherine Dickison, SVCF Chair

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The two-day Festival begins each day at 10:00 a.m. with 'hot-off-the-griddle' pancakes and real maple syrup and continues with live entertainment, horse-drawn wagon rides and hands-on bannock making.

With continuous Free bus transportation from Port Elgin, Southampton and Paisley, getting to the Bluffs is easy and fun for the whole family.

Hitch a ride on the
 S.S. Trolley

round trip

Under 5 Free

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