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New Hampshire Maple weekend March 24 and 25.

Here are some of the venues planning events for New Hampshire Maple Weekend, March 24-25. A complete list of weekend events and the state's sugarhouses, along with instructions on tapping your own trees and making your own syrup, can be found on the New Hampshire Maple Producers' Web site, nhmapleproducers.com.

* Stonewall Farm, 242 Chesterfield Rd., Keene, 357-7278 or 352-0457. stonewallfarm.org. Tours, demonstrations, samples, sap gathering race, pony rides, hayrides and refreshments.

* Olkkola Farm, 30 Walker Rd., Ossipee, 539-3535, olkkolafarm.com Open house with tours, demonstrations and refreshments including sugar on snow and maple sap-flavored coffee.

* The Maple Guys Sugar Shack, 146 Schoolhouse Rd., Lyndeborough, 888-627-5349 or 801-3158, mapleguys.com. 2005 and 2007 winner of the Carlisle Trophy for Best Maple Syrup in New Hampshire. Open house from noon to until 4 p.m. will include tours, demonstrations and refreshments including "maple dogs."

* The Sugar Shack, 314 Route 4, Barrington, 1-800-57-MAPLE, maplesugarshack.net. Tours and demonstrations, all-you-can-eat-breakfasts, gift shops.

* Parker's Maple Barn, 1316 Brookline Rd.. Mason, 1-800-832-2308, parkersmaplebarn.com. Demonstrations, breakfast and lunch, gift shop.

* Maple Madness March hosted by the Bed and Breakfasts Inn Mount Washington Valley: A dozen of the region's inns get together to host a weekend of inn-to-inn travel with a scavenger hunt for great prizes. Special package deals including maple-inspired cuisine are being offered. To view the inns included in the Maple Madness march or for more information visit bbinnsmwv.com and click on "events."
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