•  The Vermont Maple Festival is back in St. Albans, Vt. this weekend with food, attractions, live music and a parade on Sunday.

  •  Sugarmakers are invited to attend the Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans, Vt. this weekend, located just a few miles from the dealer open houses this weekend in the area.

  •  Lots of maple food and demonstrations at the Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans, Vt. this weekend.

Vermont Maple Festival back after two-year absence this weekend

Huge celebration of Vermont's first agricultural crop in St. Albans, Vt.


ST. ALBANS, Vt.—Sugarmakers visiting the equipment open houses in Vermont this weekend are encouraged to visit the nearby Vermont Maple Festival, back after a two year absence.

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“We’re doing our best to bring back some of the enjoyment of celebrating the first agricultural crop of the year,” organizers said.

The Vermont Maple Festival will kick off at 12:00 Noon on Friday, April 22 with the annual Maple & Milk toast on the Main Street Stage in St. Albans Vt. 

There will also be announcements of the winners of the maple product contest and the maple cooking contest. 

Winners of the window display contest, photo contest and the Sappy Art contest will also be announced at that time. 

At the exhibit hall visitors will find the maple syrup contest winners and display, a maple store, maple cooking contest winners and display. 

In the Taylor Park visitors willl enjoy maple cream frosted doughnuts, maple creemees and other maple value foods.

Other attractions include kids activities and face paintings; a new dog show in the park for family enjoyment; a phoneminal juggler & fire show and the 43rd annual Sap Run on Sunday.

Free Main Street Stage entertainment all weekend will be featuring quality artists. Visitors are also invited for maple syrup tastings at the Sugarhouse in the Park.

The St. Albans Historical Museum will be free & open to tour during the weekend. Lots of food vendors and Vermont’s renowned Sugar-on-Snow.

The signature event will be the annual parade at 11:00 AM through St. Albans on Sunday with floats, bands and colorful costumed characters and a family show on the Main Street stage after the parade.