From enjoying fresh pancakes to a guided tour of Maple Lane demonstrating maple syrup production, there was plenty to do in Bronte Creek Provincial Park during the Maple Syrup Festival. Friends of Bronte Creek and staff dressed up in period costumes for a more authentic experience. Many guests sampled maple kettle corn, maple cotton candy and maple taffy on a stick. Canada supplies 71% of the world’s pure maple syrup. Native people taught the early settlers how to harvest sap and boil it down to the sweet and nutritious treat that we love. Canadian maple syrup is exported to about 50 countries around the world. This March festival is very popular and draws a larger crowd each year.