October Sundaes are back again at Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum! Open every Sunday in October from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The maple museum is staffed by volunteers from the Edinboro Area Historical Society. These folks greet visitors, encourage learning about maple production from videos and interactive exhibits, serve free cider, coffee, cookies, and samples of Hurry Hill Maple Farm’s delicious maple products. Best of all, they make ice cream maple sundaes for $3 each.
Support both the Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum and the Edinboro Area Historical Society by browsing the museum’s gift shop and starting to buy your “made right here in Edinboro” holiday presents early. Maybe there’s a special someone who would appreciate a jug of local maple syrup or a package of Janet Woods’ famous maple peanuts.
Before heading out to the sugar house to learn how 40 gallons of maple sap are boiled down to make one gallon of pure maple syrup, stop in the tasting room for your maple syrup-topped vanilla ice cream sundaes.
For more information about the Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum, go to hurryhillfarm.org. Maple Sundaes at Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum happens on the following Sundays in October: the 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
The Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum is located near Edinboro, Pennsylvania at 11424 Fry Road, about one mile north of Rt. 6N.