April 27, 28 and 29th, 2018
There is always something to do at the Vermont Maple Festival! Take a look at some of our activities, breakfasts, and things for the kids!
To be announced.
April 27- 29, 2018
Fri: 12:00 PM - Close, Sat: 10:00 AM - Close, Sun: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM District Courthouse parking lot
The sound of the carousel floats in the air, as the youngest children flock to the up and down of the horses and the round and round of kiddy rides especially for them. Teenagers (and their parents!) thrill to whipping fast or soaring high on the exciting adult rides. And it’s always a challenge to “Try Your Luck” at the games of chance and skill. “Come One, Come All” to the Vermont Maple Festival Carnival!
The Carnival is open when the Main Street Activities are underway, and remains open into the early evening.
Sponsored by Butternut Mountain Farm, Ag Ventures, Chittenden County Sugarmakers, Franklin County Sugarmakers
Face Painting will be on Saturday April, 28, 2018 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM only at these three locations: Exhibit Hall, Craft Show, and BFA Performing Arts Center
Sparkle and shine - choose a design, and youngsters wear a new face! Face painters ply their exceptional art at the Festival. Children line up to make their choices and be transformed by the magic! Butterflies, bugs and more are worn proudly throughout the day at the Festival.
St. Albans City Elementary School - Admission charged.
Sat. April, 28 & Sun. April, 29, 2018
What would a Maple Festival be without pancakes and sausages for breakfast? A fund raiser for the ARC of Northwestern Vermont, the Pancake Breakfast gets Festival-goers off to a maple-good start on both Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 a.m. until noon.
Expect light fluffy pancakes, MacKenzie Maple Sausages, Ham, Eggs, Fruit and enough Pure Maple Syrup in the constantly refilled pitchers to satisfy the hungry fans of the Flavor of Vermont! Juice, milk and coffee, with extras of ice cream and Cabot cheese samples (donated by Franklin County Dairy Promotion) round out the breakfast, which is truly an old-fashioned, hearty morning meal!
Tickets, available at the door:
• $8.00 for adults
• $7.00 for seniors (60 and up)
• $4.00 for children ages 5 to 10
• Free for children under 5
• All you care to eat
A Vermont Humanities Council program hosted by First Congregational Church of St. Albans featuring guests
Linda Radtke and Arthur Zorn
Saturday 2:00 PM
Maple Tree Drift
April 28th, 2017, 7 PM
Twiggs An American Gastropub
28 North Main Street
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Taylor Park Tent - sponsored by Runamok Maple
YO!JO! What a Guy! Circus & Musical Show
Sponsored by Georgia Mountain Maples & Vermont Mutual Insurance
Sunday 2:00 PM, April 30th Right after the Parade