As our snowmobile season winds down the EZ RIDERS are happy to be serving up the pancake breakfast for this years Maple Festival. We will be cooking up a good old fashion Vermont breakfast this Sunday morning at the Jacksonville Municipal Center from 7 am to 10 am. We look forward to seeing you and this is a great way to help support the club and enjoy a great breakfast with friends & family. Several of our club members and landowners will open their doors so come out and support them also, it is sure to be a sweet time.
The Maple Festival celebrates an important aspect of Whitingham’s economic and cultural heritage. Eight of our eighteen Whitingham sugar makers have graciously opened the doors of their sugar houses and given their time so that residents, visitors, and guests, alike will gain a better understanding and appreciation for ‘the art and science’ of Maple syrup and sugar making and the historical importance of ‘sugaring’ to our town. Whitingham is known as the birthplace of Brigham Young and there are two monuments in town noting Young’s achievements. The town is located in southern Vermont, about 25 miles north of Greenfield, Massachusetts, and between Bennington and Brattleboro, Vermont. There are a number of bed and breakfasts and small inns in and around the town.
Maple Festival Web Site Click Bemis Sugar House In Action