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WE ARE LOCAL

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To show support for the Elmira Region and surrounding community, the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival has partnered with the Elmira Business Improvement Area (BIA) and the Township of Woolwich to launch the “Elmira We Are Local” campaign for 2022. This campaign will highlight local businesses in Elmira and surrounding areas that have supported the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival over the past 57 years. The campaign takes place from March 24-April 3, 2022, with the goal of encouraging patrons to support the local Elmira and surrounding businesses in lieu of a traditional festival.

Events

Submit Your Stamped Business Passport & WIN!

Your Business Passport & Map is your guide to where all the businesses are located and is also a way for you to win an awesome prize!

How to Enter

  1. Print out your passport here and view the map to visit each participating business.
  2. Get as many stamps as you can from each business to fill in the allocated spot on your passport.
  3. Fill out the Contact Information section.

You can submit your passport 2 ways. Either by:

  1. Email. Send a photo of your completed passport to EMSFonline@gmail.com; OR
  2. Drop-off. Slip it into the dropbox at the Township building located at 24 Church St. W.

Make sure to submit your passport by April 3, 2022. The winner will be announced on April 8th!

Maple-Themed Scavenger Hunt

We have a fun scavenger hunt perfect for everyone in the family to take part in during your visit to Elmira!

There are 15 unique, hand-carved and hand-painted fridge magnets made by Bill Manson’s Carvings to be found across downtown Elmira. Which one will you discover?

Visit his page on Facebook.

Participating Businesses

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History

The Elmira Maple Syrup Festival first began on April 10, 1965. What started out as 10,000 visitors grew to over 65,000 people in 2000.

Since then, the Festival has given over $1.7 million to the community, to both charitable and not-for-profit organizations in the Elmira Community and Waterloo Region.