Sugarbush Day

An Environmental Education Event

Want to learn more about the timeless tradition of making homemade maple syrup? Find out the secrets of the Indigenous Peoples and the pioneers as we tap and boil off delicious sap for a local delight!
• Delicious, homemade pancake breakfast—all the fixings!
• Cultural and historical aspects of maple syruping
• Science of syrup—how do trees work to make sap?
• How it works—boiling off and making syrup

Sunday, March 22, 2020   9am – 1pm

Come and join us for an exciting, delicious, and educational time together learning about a timeless (and scrumptious) pastime!

Cost

FREE! (Donations encouraged to support program)

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