Beaver County Conservation District

156 Cowpath Road

Aliquippa, PA 15001

Phone: (724) 378-1701

email: beavercounty.conservationdistrict@bccdpa.us

 

Maple Syrup Festival

Come and enjoy all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast served with maple syrup made from the maple trees at Bradys Run Park! 

What is the Maple Syrup Festival?

A pancake breakfast held at Bradys Run Lodge that includes entertainers, crafters, and more. There are often children's activities, including pony rides and a children's tent as well as war reenactments and a civil war encampment. Dozens of craft booths showcase local crafter goods for sale as well as maple cotton candy, popcorn, and fresh ground buckwheat, whole wheat, and corn meal. Bradys Run 100% pure maple syrup is sold on site in many different size bottles.

 

Proceeds benefit county-wide Conservation District educational programs.

Interested in being a vendor at the Festival?

All items must be hand-crafted, no mass produced items or service industries will be accepted. See vendor information for more details.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Georgia Miller

 

 

Interested in providing entertainment at the Festival?

Our Main Stage at the festival is located under a large tent where audience members can either sit on hay bales or stand around the tent’s perimeter. Performers must provide their own equipment, and performance schedules are set up on a first-come, first-serve basis. Performers may request time slots for both days of our festival, but due to the discontinuation of our Upper Stage in 2015, we ask that applicants be understanding if they are given a slot on only one of those days. If performance-type allows, entertainers may also have the option of “strolling the festival grounds.”

 

Contact the Festival Entertainment Coordinator, Heather Humbert

 

 

 

Interested in becoming a volunteer?

Contact the District

 

 

Have you heard about the new USDA Maple Syrup Grading standards?

Check out the description of new USDA grading system compared to the old.

 

Crafters

Entertainers

Volunteers