It’s Sugarin’ Time in the Blue Hills….

Join Mass Audubon’s Blue Hills Trailside Museum and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation as we continue a more than 20-year-old tradition of making maple syrup at Brookwood Farm in Canton.

Put on your boots and flannel shirt and join the fun! 

Enjoy the free shuttle ride aboard the Maple Express Trolley.   Smell the wood smoke as you watch clouds of steam rise from the bubbling sap.  Savor the taste of real, fresh maple syrup.  Discover maple sugaring through time. Kids games, warming fire, birds of prey demonstrations, and much more!  Activities for all ages.  This is an outdoor event so please dress warmly!  This program is wheelchair accessible. 

Lunch, snacks, hot drinks and local maple syrup available for purchase.  Participating food vendors include

JW Kettle Corn, Compliments Food Co., and Wahlburgers.

Saturday and Sunday March 23 and 24 from 10:00am-4:00pm.  Inquiries please call (617) 333-0690.

There is a $10 for adults and $5 for children, age 2 and under free.  Cash only please for admissions. 

The location is at Brookwood Farm at 11 Blue Hill River Road, Canton, MA  02021.  Brookwood Farm is located in the Blue Hills Reservation.  Take Exit 3 (Houghton’s Pond) off Rte. 93 and follow signs to Maple Sugar Days parking.

Mass Audubon protects more than 38,000 acres of land throughout Massachusetts, saving birds and other wildlife, and making nature accessible to all. As Massachusetts’ largest nature conservation nonprofit, we welcome more than a half million visitors a year to our wildlife sanctuaries and 20 nature centers. From inspiring hilltop views to breathtaking coastal landscapes, serene woods, and working farms, we believe in protecting our state’s natural treasures for wildlife and for all people–a vision shared in 1896 by our founders, two extraordinary Boston women. Today, Mass Audubon is a nationally recognized environmental education leader, offering thousands of camp, school, and adult programs that get over 225,000 kids and adults outdoors every year. With more than 125,000 members and supporters, we advocate on Beacon Hill and beyond, and conduct conservation research to preserve the natural heritage of our beautiful state for today’s and future generations. We welcome you to explore a nearby sanctuary, find inspiration, and get involved. Learn how at

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