March 27 & 28 - Maple Interpretive Talk/Demonstration

Meet us at the Outdoor Centre to learn how maple syrup is made, registration is required. An interpretive talk/demo area is set up on the back lawn of the Outdoor Centre where staff will take you on a journey to learn how maple syrup was made in the olden days and how we make it today. We are also joined by Paul Carl who will teach participants how the Indigenous peoples of this area traditionally harvested and celebrated the gift of sweet water.

Please meet staff on the front lawn of the Outdoor Centre to be taken to the demonstration area - meet at the yellow physical distancing sign. The talk/demo will last for about 45 minutes.

To register for the interpretive talk/demo please visit our maple madness page.