Tapping Trees

. February 1, 2015.
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Hudson Mills Metroparks offers up a journey into that sap you pour on your flapjack. Come along for a “Journey to the Sugary Bush” tour, an immersive demonstration into the  process of making maple syrup. Starting in late February, join every Saturday for an interactive program. Participants learn how to tap trees, collect sap, and boil it into maple syrup.

Saturday, February 22 — March 22. 10am, 11am, and noon. $3/child, and $5/adult. Pre-registration is required. Hudson Mills Metropark Activity Center, 8801 North Territorial Rd., Dexter. 734-426-8211. 

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