Maine Maple Producers Association postponed Maine Maple Sunday Weekend events, previously scheduled for March 21 and 22. Updates on a future date and a member directory with phone numbers and websites can be found by visiting mainemapleproducers.com.

Through a news release on the event, the association states that members “plan to host Maine Maple Sunday Weekend when the timing is right. In the meantime, we encourage you to support your local maple producers in other ways during the maple season.”

Maine Maple Sunday Weekend attracts up to 100,000 visitors annually to sugar shacks throughout the state. In previous years, more than 60 sugarhouses offered activities from Aroostook to York counties.

The state makes more than 575,000 gallons of syrup annually, generating more than $27 million for the Maine economy and supporting more than 560 full-time and part-time jobs that generate more than $17.3 million in wages.