Brown County hosts 5th National Maple Syrup Festival, March 5-8, 2015, KPC Media Group, Kendallville, Ind.
Geographically, Indiana holds the southern and westernmost position in the United States’ Maple Sugar Belt. The sap flows first here, and the National Maple Syrup Festival will again celebrate that distinction March 5-8, 2015, in its new location – Brown County. The event will expand considerably to include the Story Inn, Brown County State Park and two venues in downtown Nashville. The move includes a plan to create a statewide brand for Indiana maple sugar producers, and the 2015 Festival overview is here.
To those who have enjoyed past festivals, the idea that it will return even bigger and better in 2015 will make the wait worthwhile. “It’s like turning back the clock at the festival,” says artist Kathy Blankenheim. “You see scenes that you don’t see in today’s world.”
The National Maple Syrup Festival was featured in an article by Electric Consumer magazine. Electric Consumer provides news, information and features about people, places and issues relating to electric co-ops, their consumers and communities. Click here to view a PDF of the article (requires the free Adobe Reader software).
A story was written about us making maple syrup at Burton’s Maplewood Farm in the fall 2008 issue of the National Board Bulletin, from the National Board of Boiler Pressure Vessel Inspectors. Click here to view a PDF of the article (requires the free Adobe Reader software).