UNION — The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association Board of Directors after closely watching the effect that COVID-19 (commonly known as coronavirus) on local communities, the state of New Hampshire, and neighboring states decided to cancel N.H. Maple Weekend and the remainder of N.H. Maple Month.

New Hampshire sugar makers will still have maple syrup and maple products available as this maple sugaring season was off to a great start. Local sugarhouses can be contacted directly to see if they’re open for guests. Additionally, New Hampshire sugarhouses may offer off-hours pick-up, sell their products online, and be willing to mail their maple products right to the customer’s door.

Each March, New Hampshire maple sugaring families look forward to welcoming folks to their sugarhouses and showing off New Hampshire’s rich maple tradition.

The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association is in the early stages of planning a fall New Hampshire sugarhouse event. More information will be available shortly.

The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association, Inc. is a non-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the high quality of New Hampshire’s maple sugaring tradition.

The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association organizes several events throughout the year including N.H. Maple Weekend on March 20-21, when sugarhouses are open to the public. Learn more at nhmapleproducers.com.

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