Family Maple Syrup Day

Keep an eye out for next year’s event date with Cope Environmental Center in 2021!

Family Maple Syrup Day is an annual educational event that teaches how maple syrup is made. From tapping the trees to boiling the sap to tasting the freshly made maple syrup on fluffy pancakes,you will be able to experience the whole process! Check out http://www.indianamaplesyrup.org/MapleFacts.pdf for more information of Maple Syrup!

Past Events

Please register at least one week in advance  for all programs by contacting us at 765-855-3188 or s. mccurdy@copeenvironmental.org

 

Family Maple Hike 2020

Travel back in time to discover how maple syrup was made by Native Americans and early settlers. Next, make your way to the sap house (constructed of reclaimed materials) for a lesson in maple syrup production in today’s world. here! After the Maple Syrup Hike, stay to enjoy hot pancakes with Maple Syrup!

 

Place: CEC
Fee:  $3 per person (Payment before program preferred: Cash, check or charge)
Time: 10am
Registration: Required by the Wednesday before the program. Please email Stephanie at s.mccurdy@copeenvironmental.org or call us 765-855-3188
Date:  February 29, 2020

Pancake Breakfast Featuring CEC’s Fresh Maple Syrup

Stop in Between 9 am and Noon to enjoy a pancake breakfast! Our Volunteers will be making piping hot pancakes and serving them up with maple syrup. Money raised from the pancake breakfast will support the mission here at the Cope Environmental Center.

Date: February 29, 2020

Place: CEC

Time: 9 am – 12 pm

Fee: $5 per member, $7 per non-member.

Registration: None Needed