For the 42nd (!!!) year in a row, the Beaver County Conservation District will be hosting a Maple Syrup Festival!
The super-popular festival will take place this year on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7 at Bradys Run Park in Beaver Falls, and will feature an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast at Bradys Run Lodge, served with maple syrup made from the maple trees at the park.
The festival also includes a number of different entertainers, craft vendors, children’s activities, and more. In addition to the pancake breakfast, festival goers can also chow down on maple treats, like maple cotton candy, popcorn, and fresh ground buckwheat, whole wheat and corn meal.
And of course, you’ll find lots of maple syrup at the festival, with Bradys Run maple syrup sold on site in a number of different sizes. Proceeds from the festival will benefit Beaver County conservation educational programs.
For more information, including how to become a vendor, entertainer, or maple syrup festival volunteer, visit the Beaver County Conservation District’s event page.