It's Tapping Time!


Mar 23, 2013 to Mar 24, 2013
10:00 AM until 04:00 PM


Last year’s crazy-early warm weather wreaked havoc on our maple syruping: the sap ran too early and too quickly. How will it be this year? Come find out at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in late March for "It's Tapping Time!" Come on Saturday, March 23 or Sunday, March 24 for a great family outing. Drop-in when you want; stay as long as you wish.

Learn how to tap maple trees, collect the sap, and cook it to make delicious maple syrup. Learn about traditional syruping methods, listen to Native American stories, make a fun craft, and taste maple treats.




View map Harriet Alexander Nature Center
2520 Dale Street N.
Roseville, MN

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Debbie Cash

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