Maine Maple Weekend
Maine Maple Weekend™- March 21-22, 2020,
Under the direction of the CDC and Governor Janet Mills, Hilltop Boilers has
decided to cancel Maine Maple Weekend. All events at our farm have been
cancelled for the near future. As people must still eat during these trying
times, our maple store will be open extra hours in an effort to encourage
personal distancing. We are working diligently to sanitize and clean our
store as we take everyones well being very seriously.
Please visit us any day this week from Tuesday 3/17 -Friday 3/20 from
1PM-6PM or on Saturday 3/21 & Sunday 3/22 from 9AM- 4PM. After this week, we
are open year round on Saturdays from 10AM- 4PM. We hope that maybe a few
maple treats will bring a smile to your face and warm your heart as we
struggle to get through this together. May God Bless you and your family as
he has ours.
Maple Store- March 28, 2020
Visit us on March 28th from 9AM- 4PM for the Maple Store only. Our award winning maple products will be available for sale. No other events are available on this day.
Maine Maple Weekend™ is a registered trademark exclusively for Hilltop Boilers LLC.
*Come on Saturday for the most entertainment and smaller crowds!
*Wear warm clothes and footgear as the weather can be cold and the ground muddy.
* You wonʼt need cash, as VISA and Mastercard are accepted and all activities are FREE
* You will have to stand in line for some events so please be patient.
* We discourage pets as they are not well adapted to large crowds.
* Bring kids, there are so many things for them to see and do.
* Plan on walking a lot, sometimes you will have to park some distance away
* Often times by coming early or late you can avoid the largest crowds. We highly recommend that you come on a Saturday for more entertainment and smaller crowds.
*Find Hilltop Boilers at 159 Elm Street, Newfield ME- click here to go to our directions pag
Snowflake Trail and December Open house
Each Fall, we hold two more open house events. One is a few weeks before Thanksgiving, called the Snowﬂake Trail. A group of local small businesses join in with us and have an open house weekend. The second open house is held in the beginning of December. The obvious intent of these days is to give people a chance to purchase Maple Syrup and Maple Products for Thanksgiving and Christmas. While these two events are somewhat smaller than Maine Maple Sunday and their focus is very different, they still attract a large number of people with a passion for our great products. Pure Maine Maple products are fast become the Christmas present of choice for the most discriminate givers.
This year the Snowflake Trail will be held on Veterans Weekend again in 2020. We are looking forward to the thousands of people that will attend the event, this year and know that once again, the Holidays will be sweeter because of it. Have you been on the Snowflake Trail before? If you are a seasoned veteran, or this is your first year, I would personally encourage you to visit us on one of these three days, from 10AM-5PM. We will have Snowflake Trail maps and information about the 12 local businesses that are participating this year. As always, we will have lots of yummy samples to enjoy too!