A real Quebec-style sugar shack is coming to Sugar Beach

Photo: Waterfront Toronto

Photo: Waterfront Toronto

Sugar Beach, along Toronto's eastern waterfront, is getting a Quebec-style cabane à sucre, complete with maple taffy and traditional French Canadian music and food.

On the weekend of March 11-12, Sugar Shack TO will have everyone celebrating the last days of winter when it returns with two sugar shacks serving up maple taffy, ice activities, cabane à sucre delicacies and live music and entertainment.

The sugar shack, an authentic part of the winter-spring transition in Quebec, is really for anyone who loves maple syrup. That includes almost all of us.

The free, family friendly event will host a food marketplace where you'll find a variety of maple-infused treats, along with a sugar shack bar that offers beer, mulled cider and specialty liquor. 

Waterfront Toronto is is running free shuttles between Sugar Beach and the Distillery District all weekend long.

For more info and a full schedule of performances and activities, visit sugarshackto.ca