Tap a Tree!

Tap That Tree  •  Saturday, January 28  •  10am – 11:30

This sounds like SO much fun to me! Learning how to tap a tree for maple syrup! February marks the beginning of maple sugaring season. Come out to Reeves Reed Arboretum and join Director of Children’s Education Jackie Kondel as she taps the Arboretum’s maple trees in preparation for this season’s sap flow. Not only will families learn the hows and whys behind tapping trees, but will also get first-hand experience actually helping us do it! Registration is required. For children ages 5 and up with an adult.  Member free. Non-members $15 per child.
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Reeves Reed Arboretum, 165 Hobart Ave, Summit, NJ 07901

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