6 Wed Feb
Step back in time to experience what life was like at two mid-1800's sugar camps. Discover the art and science American settlers used to make maple syrup 150 - 200 years ago; then visit a Native American camp to learn about their sugar making process. Visitors will be encouraged to tap maple trees, gather sap and even sample finished maple syrup.
Please make reservations for school and family groups February 6 - 8. No reservations are necessary for February 9, additional activities will also be held on Saturday.
Advanced Registration Required.
Categories: Living History, Nature, Outdoor Activities, Science
Ages: All ages
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7 Thu Feb
8 Fri Feb