The Camden-Rockport Historical Society is celebrating Maine Maple Sunday with a sugaring-off Sunday, March 27 from 1 to 3 p.m. There will be demonstrations of maple syrup-making in the 1820s sugarhouse on the museum campus. The historical 1770s Thorndike homestead will also be open with demonstrations of colonial-era cooking.

Demonstrations of maple syrup-making will be offered in the 1820s sugarhouse on the Camden-Rockport Historical Society Museum on Maine Maple Sunday March 27.

“Free maple syrup-ice cream sundaes will be available in the museum”, said society president Heather Moran.

There will also be marshmallows for roasting at the open fire pit. The Camden-Rockport Historical Society is located just south of the Hannaford store on Route 1. For more information, contact the Camden-Rockport Historical Society at crhsme@myfairpoint.net or message Facebook at Camden-Rockport Historical Society.