The Sweetest Event of the Year
Sugar Shack TO, presented by Redpath Sugar is an annual event on Toronto's waterfront that celebrates all-things maple. Please see below for details about our last event and stay tuned for announcements and updates.
Saturday, March 11, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, March 12, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sugar Beach, 11 Dockside Drive at Lower Jarvis and Queens Quay
Two Sugar Shacks serving up fresh Ontario maple taffy, presented by Menkes Developments
Maple infused comfort food including: Maple baked beans, Maple cream cheese sandwiches, Maple Fudge, Maple buffalo 'Toutine', Maple chicken bao buns, and of course, delicious Redpath Sugar cookies
Winter Lumberjack Show *New in 2023
Maple sugaring demonstration
Billy Bishop Airport warming station
Live entertainment and interactive activities
Free general admission
Maple Taffy $3 for 1 or 2 for $5. Cash or Debit only.
Please check back for more updates and information and follow us @sugarshackto on instagram.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Sugar Beach is located at 11 Dockside Drive. Lower Jarvis and Queens Quay.
Sugar Shack TO is an accessible event, open and FREE to the public. We are also K9 friendly. Feel free to bring your four legged friends along but please pick up after them and keep them on a leash.
TRANSIT: From Union take the 19 Bay bus. From Sherbourne station take the 75 Sherbourne bus. Plan your route with the TTC Trip Planner.
FOOT: From Bay and Queens Quay, walk east for 10 minutes.
PARKING: Limited paid parking onsite. We highly encourage everyone to use transit, ride share or cab.
Sugar Shack TO takes place on the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, specifically the Toronto Purchase Treaty, No. 13 and the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat. It is now also home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples.
Much like the Indigenous communities mentioned, Sugar Shack TO is committed to respecting the land and sharing it peacefully, as without it we would not be here today. This land acknowledgment is only one step in supporting our Indigenous communities. We hope our statement will encourage others to stand with us in solidarity and support.