Sugaring Off Party – Canceled
Due to the risk of the COVID-19 virus and out of concern for our members, friends, staff and volunteers, the New Hampshire Farm Museum has made the difficult decision to cancel all scheduled programs for March.
Thank you for understanding and stay well.
Enjoy the farm and celebrate everything maple!
Join us for a day of tree tapping and sap boiling as we create the wonder that is maple syrup! Sample sap straight from the tree and maple sugar on snow (balanced with a slice of sour pickle of course!), from-scratch pancakes and maple syrup. Learn about maple sugaring and help with boiling down the sap over the fire.
Performing storyteller Anne Jennison will share a few of her favorite North Woodlands Native American stories, including “Gluscabi and the Maple trees.” Her performance includes traditional song and drumming.
Admission: $5 for everyone over 3, Members FREE
Severe Weather Date: Sunday March 29th
Native American Storyteller, Anne Jennison, will be joining us to share some traditional lesson stories of the northeast woodlands.
Anne is a dyed-in-the-wool New Englander with both European and Abenaki heritage whose storytelling skills have been polished by more than 30 years of experience as a performing storyteller.
“Stories from all traditions share the wonder of life and great gifts of humor and wisdom, but for their gentle yet critically important lessons of life, Native American lesson stories are my favorite to tell. I first began learning Northeast Woodlands stories when my daughters were quite young, to teach them about their Abenaki and Mohawk heritage, and have since expanded my repertoire to include stories from all over Turtle Island.” – A. Jennison