Thurman Maple Sugar Party
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Description of Event
Thurman Maple Sugar Party – a 58 –Year Tradition
On Saturday, March 11, Thurman town hall, 311 Athol Rd., Athol, will resound with live music by the Warren County Ramblers as guests fill plates at the annual Thurman Maple Sugar Party, a meal crowned with dessert of old fashioned maple jackwax (also known as "sugar on snow"). Residents of Thurman for 58 years have gathered this way during sugaring season to raise money for the American Cancer Society. A perfect ending to Thurman Maple Days tours that day, the dinner begins at 4 p.m. and runs till all are served. 352-463-3089 (623-4050 during the event).
Thurman is a quiet Adirondack community that caters to those looking to escape into the sublime wilderness. Mountains, rivers, and country roads make this small town a great place to relax or explore the outstanding nature-inspired adventure. Thurman comes to life during Thurman Maple Days and New York State Maple Weekends, keeping the town hopping the last three weekends of March, when visitors are invited to explore the many sugarhouses of Thurman, reputed to have more maple operations per square mile than anywhere around.
Admission Fee (if any)
Donation: $10 Adults; $5; Kids aged 6-12; age 5 and under, free.