Moorefield, WV – Do you know about the delicious delights that are hidden in West Virginia forests? From tapping the trees to making syrup, the whole process is available to experience during West Virginia Mountain Maple Days 2020.
Maple doesn’t end with the amazing syrup. Area businesses are participating to let you experience maple candy, drinks, cotton candy and a host of unexpected uses for maple in food. There will be lodging specials, special events, music, art and so much more during Potomac Highlands Maple Day on March 21.
Additionally, Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College (EWVCTC) will be offering bus tours across the region so visitors can relax and enjoy a day of all maple events without the hassle of driving. Seating is limited on each tour, and tickets must be purchased in advance. Buses will be departing from the campus of EWVCTC in Moorefield, as well as Petersburg and Romney. The cost is $25 for each ticket. Please visit www.tinyurl.com/MapleDaysBusTour, call Eastern WVCTC 877-982-2322 or email email@example.com for more information.
With over 40 businesses in the Potomac Highlands participating, now is your chance to experience all things Maple. Visit the Potomac Highlands for memories that will last a lifetime. When you visit each location, make sure to put in a pin of your location, and enter to win a WV Maple Basket and pick-up a map.
EWVCTC is proud to partner with WV Maple Syrup Association, SARE, Potomac Valley Transit, Future Generations University and West Virginia Department of Agriculture to highlight WV Mountain Maple Days.
For more information, please contact Tina Metzer at 304-490-9308. To receive a brochure of all participating businesses, call Eastern WVCTC at 877-982-2322.