Cope Environmental Center, a non-profit offering educational programs for school groups and families, will offer its annual maple syrup program for families wishing to learn more about the maple syrup making process. Those who wish to participate may call CEC to register for the Saturday, March 2nd tour, which will be held from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m.
Program fees are $5.00 for members, $8.00 for non-members and $4.00 for children. This cost includes a pancake breakfast at the end of the tour, featuring maple syrup tapped at CEC. Registration required as space is limited. Participants are asked to dress appropriately for the weather.
This tour will not only teach participants about the science of maple syrup production, but also the historical importance of maple syrup. Families will see trees being tapped and then will have a chance to watch the evaporator process the syrup at the CEC Sap House. The tour will finish with a pancake breakfast for all participants. Call today to reserve your spot.
When: Saturday, March 2nd, from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
What: A family maple syrup educational program
Where: Cope Environmental Center, 4910 Shoemaker Rd., Centerville, IN, 47330
Contact: Aubrey Blue, A.Blue@CopeEnvironmental.Org, (765) 855-3188