Edinboro Area Historical Society welcomes you to join them for October Sundaes at the Hurry Hill Farm & Maple Syrup. Every Sunday through the month of October the Society will be making and selling maple sundaes 2-5 pm. Hurry Hill provides the ice cream and fresh maple syrup so that every $3 donation goes directly to the Edinboro Area Historical Society. And 20% of all maple purchases do, too!
Hurry Hill is located on Fry Road, north of Crane Road. Visitors to the museum and sugar house will learn about the 1957 Newbery Award winning children’s book Miracles on Maple Hill by Edinboro author Virginia Sorensen, and how maple syrup and maple products are made. Visitors can choose to walk the interpretive half-mile trail out to the sugar house or ride the golf cart.
Maple syrup and maple products are available at the maple museum’s gift shop, and a percentage of the sales of maple products also goes to support the Society.
The museum, a quality educational opportunity for all ages, is handicapped accessible and is free and open to the public.
Bring grandma, grandpa, Aunt Ethel and Uncle Fred; gather up all the kids and head out to Hurry Hill for a great afternoon in the country. You’ll have a fun time and enjoy a GREAT maple sundae!!!!!
Information about the Hurry Hill Farm & Maple Syrup Museum can be found online at http://hurryhillfarm.org. You can learn more about the Edinboro Area Historical Society by visiting http://edinborohistory.org.