Taste and experience an authentic Quebec tradition. Join us for a fun-filled day at the Sucrerie de la Montagne. This event is open to all JMSB students, their friends & family.
Enjoy a traditional sugaring-off meal, a horse drawn sleigh ride, learn how maple syrup is made on a guided tour and taste maple taffy served on snow!
Fun facts about Cabane à sucre and maple syrup
- A Cabane à sucre is also known as sap house, sugar cabin and sugar shack
- Typical dishes served at a Cabane à sucre range from ham, bacon, sausages, baked beans, scrambled eggs, pancakes sugar pie and taffy on the snow
- Quebec generates two-thirds of the globe’s maple syrup!
- It takes roughly 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup
- Maple syrup does not freeze
- Maple trees can live over 200 years and have been tapped for more than 150 years
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