Come join us as we tap our sugar bush and take a journey back in time to discover the magic of maple sugaring during the month of March.
This program focuses on The Sugar Maple as an important part of Wisconsin’s heritage including the history, culture, art, and science behind maple sugaring.
Through hands-on activities, students experience:
- The arts and traditions of maple tree identification, tapping, collecting sap, and making syrup at the sugar house.
- Explore the Native American traditions and techniques for making maple sugar.
- Learn the history of Native American traditions and techniques for capturing, collecting and cooking of maple syrup.
- Make their own sumac maple sugaring spile to take home.
- Sample 100% pure maple syrup outside the sugaring house.
This is a 2 hour outdoor program. Students and chaperons should be dressed for the weather and wear warm coats, hats, mittens, and boots if the weather is cold.
Scheduling: We offer morning and afternoon sessions, Tuesday through Friday. Class size is limited to 10 – 30 students, and we can accommodate up to 60 students per session.
Grades: Tailored for grades K-5
Dates: March 7th – March 31st, 2018
Fee: $5 per student
To book a field trip email Nancy at: Nancy@HawthornHollow.org
Or call: 262-552-8196
Space is limited and reservations are on a first come, first served basis.
Hawthorn Hollow also offers adult and family Maple Sugaring classes on the Saturdays in March. For more information visit our Maple Sugarin’ Class page.