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Maple Syrup Programming

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Maple Syrup Programming

Time: February 28, 2011 to April 1, 2011
Location: YMCA Camp Minikani
Street: 875 Amy Belle Road
City/Town: Hubertus, WI
Website or Map: http://minikani.org
Phone: 262-251-9080
Event Type: group, program
Organized By: Allyson Green
Latest Activity: Feb 9, 2011

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Event Description

Throughout the month of March, Camp Minikani offers Maple Syrup programs for people of all ages. Your group will take a tour through time, comparing various methods of maple syrup making from the days of the fur traders to the WI pioneer era. Follow the process  we use today from start to finish: tapping, collecting, boiling, and bottling. To finish up the maple sugaring experience, students get  a taste of fresh maple syrup on ice cream!              


Programs are flexible and age-appropriate.  Possible themes include:


  • Maple Syruping Techniques of Native Americans, Fur Traders, and Pioneers
  • WI History and Culture
  • Photosynthesis
  • Forest Ecology


Cost: $6/student for preschool age, $7/student for elementary age



For details and reservations contact Cassie or Nick at

262-251-9080 ext. 6403






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