When

Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM CDT
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Where

Bubolz Nature Preserve
4815 North Lynndale Drive
Appleton, WI 54913


 
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Contact

Courtney Osenroth
Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve
9207316041
cosenroth@bubolzpreserve.org
 

Maple Syrup Saturday 2019

Bring your family and friends and join us at Bubolz Nature Preserve for a Maple Syrup Adventure!  Begin with a delicious Pancake and Porkie breakfast served with real Maple Syrup from the Preserve.  Once done filling your bellies head out on the trails to tour the Preserve's syrup producing process.  See how the perfect maple tree is choosen and sap is collected.  On your way back in check out the Sugar Shack where the sap is transformed into delicious syrup.  Finish your maple syrup adventure with a little dessert of ice cream topped with maple syrup.

Adopt a Maple Tree
NEW THIS YEAR! Take your love of maple syrup to the next level by Adopting a Maple Tree. By adopting a Maple you are supporting the enviromental education we offer at Bubolz. When you adopt a maple you will receive a personalized bucket with your family name or company logo that will be used throughout our maple syrup season for sap collection. You will also receive 4 tickets to attend Maple Syrup Saturday. 

Event Times
Breakfast times: 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, and 10:00
Tours run from 9:00am – 11:30am. 

Prices
$9.00/Adult
$6.00/Children ages 4 – 12
Children 3 and under are FREE. 
$100/Adopt a Maple Tree & 4 event registrations

Price includes: pancake & porkie breakfast, a hike in woods, a tour of the Sugar Shack and the Preserve's syrup producing process and a maple syrup ice cream sundae. Register now to reserve your spot, space for each breakfast slot is limited.

No Breakfast and Tour Only:  
$15/family
$5/adult
$3/children ages 4 – 12. 
Children under 3 years and Bubolz Nature Preserve Members are Free.

No reservations are required for the tour only option.

No refunds will be given for those unable to attend, please consider your payment as a donation to help support the environmental education programs at the preserve.