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Fourth annual National Maple Syrup Festival (March 3-4 and March 10-11), where visitors can expect to learn about the modern-day maple sugaring process once the sap rises up out of the trees, as well as the history of maple sugaring from Native American and French historic encampments. There's also live music, booths from Indiana Artisans and food ranging from pancakes and sausage to maple pork chops and maple baked beans.
The festival starts at Medora Community School, where pancakes and sausage are served and the Sweet Victory Challenge baking and cooking competition, sponsored King Arthur Flour. Then visitors ride shuttle buses from the school to Burton's Maplewood
Farm, where they'll see the more than 700 sugar maple trees, Pat's Snack Shack and the famous Mellencamp Maplehouse. $10. For information, call 812-966-2168.
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