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Dear Friends and Guests of the Maple Shade Mansion,

I'd like to reach out to you personally about what we are doing to support you and your travel plans.  Please know that your  health and wellbeing is our highest priority.  


Experience a Cooking Class at the Maple Shade Mansion

February 7-8, 2020

Designed for 3 or 4 couples, or a maximum of 8 individuals, cooking class at the Mansion offers a fun way to be ‘Gourmet for a Day’.  Bring two or three couples or a group of friends and...


Join us on Friday, April 5th as we introduce the Maple Shade Mansion's HAPPY HOUR SERIES with our Mix, Mingle and Martini Class.  Plan to stir up some fun while learning how to make 4 spectacular martinis.  




Chef Larry and the Maple Shade Mansion would like to invite you to our inaugural Chef’s Dinner.

The Chef will be offering a 4 course Italian fare served fireside. 


One of the most frequent questions we are asked when guests arrive or when they are booking a stay with us is, “Where is a good place to eat nearby?” The Brockway area has options for everyone! Here is your tried and true guide from the Maple Shade Mansion staff themselves:


A Christmas Gathering in Brockway is a great place to do holiday shopping and to get in the spirit of the season.  Buy local from talented artisans, crafters, and bakers, and give unique gifts to those special people on your Christmas list. 




Candlelight Tea Party

Saturday, December 1st



Traditional Candlelight Tea.........................$30/person


With Autumn fast approaching, the long-awaited mating season for Pennsylvania’s wild elk is upon us.  These magnificent creatures, numbering about 1000, roam freely throughout the year in Elk and Cameron counties.  However, it’s during the ‘rut’ or mating season...


The cool, crisp air of Autumn, with its splay of red, yellow and orange blanketing the riverside hills will soon beckon travelers to embrace the beauty of the outdoors, and soak in the splendor of Fall before the onset of Winter.

Celebrate the changing colors of fall while walking, hiking...