During late winter and early spring, great fluctuations in temperatures - freezing nights and warm days - allows sap to rise from the roots of maple trees. During Maple Sugaring Days, you'll see how the early settlers of Naperville tapped maple trees and then turned the sap into maple syrup.
Maple tree tapping demonstrations will take place at 11 am, 1 and 3 pm on Saturday and at 2 and 3 pm on Sunday
Learn to dance a reel with live musical accompaniment at 1:30 on Saturday and 2:30 on Sunday
Visit "try-it" stations to practice drilling or carrying a yolk and bucket.
Participate in a spelling bee in the Schoolhouse
Enjoy a tasty maple treat in the Tavern
Get a recipe booklet of maple syrup related goodies in the Print Shop
Try our scavenger hunt using the age of the tree and a Native American legend of Maple Syrup