Experience how maple trees are tapped and syrup is made at the Maple Syrup Celebration at Eastman Nature Center!
This Saturday and next (March 19 and 26), you can stop by Eastman Nature Center in Dayton for their Maple Syrup Celebration. It’s FREE!
If you haven’t yet been to a maple syrup event, it’s a lot of fun. It’s also great for kids to see where that sweet syrup they like to eat comes from and how it is transformed from tree sap into table syrup.
About the Event:
Celebrate the flow of sap by exploring the sugarbush around Eastman Nature Center.
Help collect sap from the trees, learn the history and science of syruping, and enjoy the smell of cooking maple syrup at the cauldron. Learn how climate change is impacting the syrup season.
Drop in anytime! Sap collection availability will depend on the weather.
Hours are 10 am – 2 pm on both March 19 and 26. Eastman Nature Center is located at 13351 Elm Creek Rd in Dayton (near Maple Grove).
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