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Explore the history and science of maple sugaring through hands-on activities for all ages. Discover the secrets of maple sugaring in a brief indoor lecture, hiking to the sugar bush and collecting sap with a naturalist, and visiting the Sugar Shack to see the sap being converted into syrup. Train rides through a second sugar bush may also be available, weather permitting.Find out more »
Sap’s-a-Risin’! offers visitors of all ages hands-on interaction with the process of making maple syrup. Gather sap in the sugar bush with a horse-drawn sap sled, experience gathering and boiling methods through the ages, and — of course — sample the sweet stuff.Find out more »
Discover how maple syrup is produced through hands-on demonstrations and crafts. Take a wagon ride to the Woodland Center to see how maple syrup is made. Sample maple syrup and candy, make a maple craft, help gather sap, learn how to tap trees and make maple syrup in your own backyard.Find out more »
Walk through time along the Sugarbush Trail to see sap-collecting methods and syrup-making processes used throughout history and today. You’ll end at the sugar house to watch sap boiled into maple syrup. Guided hikes leave the sugar house every 30 minutes (last hike leaves at 2:30 p.m.).Find out more »
Visit Geauga Park District’s sugar house, sugar bush and lodge for a sweet taste of how maple sugaring methods have evolved from the Native American tradition to modern methods. Gather sap in the sugar bush with a horse-drawn sap sled, experience the tapping, gathering and boiling methods used throughout history, see sap boiling in the sugar house, taste maple syrup, then warm up with maple treats and live music in the lodge.Find out more »
Beat the winter blues by hitting the trails and seeing what plants and animals are starting to stir. 1-2 p.m.Find out more »
Join members of the Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society to take in the wonders of the night sky using a newly restored telescope. 7-11 p.m.Find out more »
Families with children age 9 and older will play different games to build archery skills together in a fun and exciting way. 12:30-2 p.m.Find out more »
Grandparents and their grandchildren are invited out for a day of fun indoor and outdoor Nature activities for all ages.1:30-3 p.m.Find out more »
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