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The Pennsylvania Maple Festival (C/S024)

When's the last time you attended the Maple Festival in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania? Now is your chance to rediscover a sweet taste of Americana at its finest. According to the official website of the Pennsylvania Maple Festival, it was a group of Meyersdale merchants chewing the fat around a potbellied stove 60 years ago that inspired the festival that we know and enjoy today. On a cold winter night in 1947, a group of men - already planning some kind of hometown celebration - heard a radio broadcast featuring singer Kate Smith mention she was craving maple syrup. The merchants sent her a sample of Pennsylvania syrup and the singer pronounced the confection to be the "sweetest she had ever tasted." That was all it took to launch a festival the next year and since then, this charming event has truly succeeded in putting Meyersdale on the map.
Come aboard the Culture Coach to experience our neighbor to the north as we travel through beautiful countryside for the Pennsylvania Maple Festival in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania.
Your day includes an early bird arrival at the festival grounds, five full hours to explore "The Maple Festival" and a comfortable ride "back home" - complete with refreshments and a special souvenir gift of the day.

Saturday, April 5, 2014
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Total Trip Cost: $23.00 (includes round trip transportation on board the comfortable Culture Coach bus, admission to the Maple Festival, on board refreshments and a special gift)