Saturday, February 23, 1 - 2:30pm
Help us prepare for the sugarin’ season by tapping the maple tress in Riveredge’s sugar bush. We need help drilling holes, tapping in the spiles, and hanging buckets. When it’s maple sugarin’ time, can spring be far behind?
Fee: Adults $3.00, Children $1.00
Maple Sugarin’ for Scouts and Youth Groups
Saturday, March 16, 12:00-1:45pm and 2:15-4pm
The sap is running and sugarin’ time is here. Join a naturalist to tap a tree, gather sap and crowd around the evaporator to see how boiling sap becomes syrup. Enjoy the final product on a pancake before heading for home. Preregistration and payment is required. Space is limited.
Fee: Adult $6, 12 & under $4
Maple Syrup Magic Open House
Saturday, March 23, 10am–2pm
Riveredge's Open House will take you back in time, showing through live demonstrations how the Native Americans made maple syrup. There will be plenty of hands-on activities for all ages. Experience life at a sugar camp, stir the syrup cooking over an open fire, participate in Native American crafts and games and much more. When you reach the evaporator, you’ll see how sap becomes syrup and enjoy our famous pancakes and maple syrup. Refreshments are available for purchase. Pre-registration suggested for groups.
Fee: Adult $10, 10 & under $5
Members: Adult $5, 10 & under $4