CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Farmers are getting ready to demonstrate the centuries-old craft of maple sugaring at the 23rd annual New Hampshire Maple weekend.
Visitors from on March 24-25 can try samples of fresh syrup, maple candies and doughnuts. Some places offer pancake breakfasts, petting farms or horse-drawn rides.
Visitors can see demonstrations of early Abenaki Indian sap boiling practices and taste maple baked beans at the Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm in Tamworth on March 24. The farm will also allow visitors to see spring lambs and pastured farm animals.
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