February 25th, 2017
10am-1pm
Carrie Murray Nature Center
1901 Ridgetop Rd. Baltimore, 21207

It’s that time of year when trees produce that sugary tree sap that makes it’s way to many of our breakfast tables. But before it can be consumed with pancakes, it must first be collected!

So join us for a maple sugar celebration and learn how to collect and make maple syrup as and discover the unique history, science and ecology behind this age-old tradition. This is a great winter family friendly activity for all ages!

Guided tours of maple syrup process will take place at 10:15am, 11:15am and 12:15pm.

This event is free and open to the public! Please register online at www.carriemurraynaturecenter.org or call us at 410-396-0808.
Please specify which tour you would like to attend.

Also, check out the TreeBlatimore Blog Post: “For Tree Lovers with a Sweet Tooth”: http://treebaltimore.org/for-trees-lovers-with-a-sweet-tooth/#.WIKF3FMrKCg