Planning to enjoy Maine Maple Sunday? How about a little history to boot! In 2021 March 28 is Maine Maple Sugar Sunday and after a year off, the Camden Rockport Historical Society's historic homestead and campus is eager to welcome the public for maple-related festivities.
From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wendy Pendleton Harvey will be offering maple sugaring demonstrations in the society’s historic 1820 sugar house. Families are invited to participate in this fun, traditional all-ages celebration of spring. Admission is free and a designated board member will be safely serving maple syrup topped ice cream outdoors if the weather allows!
Masking and distancing requirements will be enforced and CHRHS hopes to open some of its buildings to the public with Covid safety in mind. Additionally the beautiful campus offers a wonderful outdoor opportunity to view the buildings and soak up some local history.
The driveway to the museum and historic homestead campus is conveniently located on the Camden-Rockport border, just past Hannaford supermarket, on the right, off Route 1 going South.
Board members and volunteers will be on hand to welcome visitors and discuss the historical society with interested parties. Volunteers interested in working with the historical society over the summer are invited to learn more and express their interest.
For more information, contact the Camden-Rockport Historical Society by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.