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Sugar Shack
February 22nd
February 24th
Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre
Sugar Shack
Sugar Shack
Since 1983, working with an impressive team of volunteers, the Association franco-yukonnaise has upheld, in the Yukon, one of the oldest French Canadian traditions: the sugar shack.
For a good time with family and friends, don't miss this opportunity to indulge your sweet tooth with our famous maple taffy on snow and other maple goodies.
Great fun for the young and not so young!
Friday, February 22: 12 pm to 5 pm
Saturday, February 23: 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday, February 24: 10:30 am to 3:30 pm
Did you know...
The Amerindians of eastern Canada were the first to discover maple syrup.
According to legend, a tribal chief planted his tomahawk in a tree for the night. Upon withdrawing it the following morning, sap flowed from the tree. His wife used the sap to cook some meat. Enchanted with its sweet taste and aroma, he named the syrup Sinzibuckwud, an Algonguin word meaning "drawn from wood". A tradition was born.
One that would be passed on and adopted by French Canadians.
Thanks to
Contact: Nathalie Lapointe,, (867) 668-2663, ext 500
Merci au ministère du Tourisme et de la Culture du Yukon, à l’Aurore boréale et aux autres organismes et individus qui nous ont permis d’utiliser leurs photos.
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