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Temple’s featured in Style Me Pretty

Miranda and Jamie at Temple’s Sugar Bush, featured in Style Me Pretty

With many playful pops of colour, our friends at Style Me Pretty and Anna Jones Photography, do a wonderful job of capturing this adorable wedding at Temple’s Sugar Bush. More…


Food Bank Fundraiser

Fundraiser for the Ottawa Food Bank and the Kanata Food Cupboard

Temple’s letter of thanks for donation with Paul Erb, Financial Advisor and the Kanata North BIA

Thank you Kristina

 



Ontario’s Highland Tourism

Ontario’s Highland Tourism Organization

Temple’s Recognized by OH!vation

Recognized for Service Excellence in Ontario's Highlands
The OHTO wishes to extend its sincere congratulations for your commitment to customer service and commends you for your efforts in ensuring visitors to the region have excellent tourism experiences and receive quality customer service.
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Ottawa Citizen Blog

Winter warmer at the sugar shack with Turtle Island, the little brewery that could …

An oh-so-tasty pairing of food, beer at Temple’s sugar bush in Lanark.
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Beer and Food

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BEER&FOOD: Turtle Island’s Winter Warmer Dinner at Temples Sugar Bush

Join us for this unique event, featuring Turtle Island beer paired with delicious dishes created by Temples Sugar Bush’s own chefs. Maple syrup and fall/winter flavours will abound, including the first chance to enjoy Turtle Island’s Imperial Maple Stout, scheduled for release in December!
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Talk of The Town

Temples Sugar Camp Wins the 2013 Talk of the Town Customer Satisfaction Award!

Talk of The Town
Temple’s is very proud to have been awarded the distinction of being considered the ‘Talk of the Town’ in the restaurant industry in Lanark County. Through hard work and commitment, the entire Temples Sugar Camp team has achieved a huge victory with a 4 star rating.



Local Tourist Ottawa

MAPLE MADNESS: THE LOCAL AGRITOURIST VISITS A SUGAR BUSH

How is it possible that I could have lived in Ottawa for 18 years and never visited any local sugar bushes before this year?

For many years, my idea of being a local tourist was heading into the city to enjoy Ottawa’s many great museums, restaurants, and urban neighbourhoods. It wasn’t until I started myAgritourism Ottawa project that I really started exploring everything that rural Ottawa has to offer. And I soon discovered that I’ve been missing out on a lot, including Ottawa’s fantastic sugar bushes.
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