Saturday, March 14 & Sunday, March 15 (9 am- 5pm)
The 50th Annual Maple Sugar Festival is coming this Saturday and Sunday to the Kalamazoo Nature Center. A naturalist will be heading up the maple sugar tour along the trail at KNC. For an additional fee –see below– you can enjoy a pancake breakfast smothered in real Michigan made syrup.
Visit the DeLano Homestead to experience maple sugaring and life in the 1800s with horse-drawn wagon rides and demonstrations by blacksmiths, spinners and fiber artists. 11 am -5 pm.
Tours will depart every 15 minutes from sundial 9:30 am- 4:00 pm. Kids activities run from 9 am – 5 pm. See website for a full list of activities.
What’s the cost?
Members are free
Non-members $7/adult, $6/senior, $4/child (4 – 17 yrs)
3 years and under are free.
Looking for more fun?!
Ticket are available to purchase for $1 each and can be used for:
Pancake breakfast: 6 tickets (9 am- 2 pm) (children 2 and under free)
Ice cream w/real maple syrup: 3 tickets (2-5pm at the Delano Homestead)
Cotton candy: 3 tickets
Wagon ride: 1 ticket