Members of the Maine Maple Producers Association plan to participate in the third annual Maine Maple Fall Fest, set for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8 and 9.

Sugar houses across the state will welcome visitors for shopping and seasonal activities like fall foliage walks and all things maple.

“Our Fall Fest is the perfect time to take advantage of Maine’s beautiful autumn. It’s a great way to incorporate our maple products into other fun seasonal activities, from leaf-peeping to visiting a pumpkin patch,” said Scott Dunn, president of the MMPA, according to a news release from the association.

“Our sugar houses are found throughout the state and can easily be part of any fall activity itinerary — and it’s a great time to stock up on syrup for winter baking and cooking,” he added.

While maple producers do not tap trees or boil sap in the fall, family-run farm stores are open and offer a full selection of Maine maple products.

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